REHC Scientific Study, Emotional Reprogramming in Emotional DisordersWebGo
Emotional responses modulate and guide cognition to enable adaptive responses to the environment, determining the perception of the surrounding environment, memory organization and decision making.
New approaches in the treatment process that include reactivation of old memories, inclusion of new emotional experiences of these same memories through the process of reconsolidation and reinforcement of the integrative memory structure, are presented as new effective tools in the treatment of the most diverse emotional disorders.
Based on these new therapeutic approaches and the technique developed and applied to our patients, the REHC technique , we collect data during the process of reactivating old memories and the common symptoms and most prevalent emotional disturbances.
Of 158 patients treated with the REHC methodology over a period of 7 months, from April to October 2018, most patients present clinical pictures of mood swings, with marked dysphoria followed by lassitude and agitation that condition their daily routine, with implications direct impact on their functional, work and social performance. It was also verified that, in some patients, loss of intellectual capacity and focus on performance in the most diverse functions (Figure 1). The change in the quality of life of patients with diagnosed emotional disorders is notorious. From the evaluation of the clinical processes of the patients under study, the majority present a picture of depression for several years, clinically diagnosed with chronic depression. From the results analyzed, it was also verified that all patients were in situations of stress,
Result: In the REHC Scientific Study, based on proof of markers, glucose, blood pressure, oxygenation and temperature, it was found that the REHC methodology reduces physical pain, mental pain and spiritual pain, allowing the individual to stay aware of its potential, automatically promoting a greater balance at all levels of health.
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Dr. Liliana Silva