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Horse Heart Coherence May Be Key To Non-invasive Stress Detection

... communication between man and beast. The horse as emotion detector may be the key to eliminating invasive procedures such as those that measure cortisol, a stress hormone. Horses have long been known to be sensitive to their environments. The preliminary research project “Horses and Humans Energetics: Th...

NIMH Studies Woman’s Hormonal Cycl

...a and a cortex area behind the eyes that regulates emotion and reward-related planning behavior more during the pre-ovulation phase (four to eight days after their period began) than in the post-ovulatory phase. When they hit the jackpot and actually won a reward, women in the pre-ovulatory phase activated...

Medications for Restless Legs Syndrome may Trigger Compulsive Gambling

...ocated in brain structures involved in motivation, emotion and reward behaviors. Researchers theorize that, in some people, such strong and specific stimulation in these neuronal pathways can prompt compulsive, pleasure-seeking behaviors such as pathological gambling. One patient, a woman seen in the Mayo ...

Yearning -the Most Intense Emotion in Bereavement

Yearning is the primary emotion felt after the death of a loved one, say scientist...s is in contrast to depression being the primary// emotion and the one felt most intensely, according to previous research. The researchers from the Harvard...

Child Brain Likely To Be Harmed By Stress

... component of the brain responsible for memory and emotion had become smaller in size. Chidlren finds it difficult to deal with stress and anxiety when their hippocampus is shrunken. The children in the study also had higher blood levels of a stress hormone called cortisol, which has been shown to kill hi...

Research Finds Why Omega-3 is Able to Improve Our Mood

...rovement in areas of the brain related to mood and emotion regulation – the same areas where grey matter is reduced in people who have mood disorders such as major depressive disorder – investigators note that more research is needed to determine whether fish consumption actually causes changes in the brain....

A Broken Heart can Break Lifeline

...ons in the brain in charge of memory, learning and emotion can upset the cardiac muscle in people who are grieving. They say that important regions in the brain get caught up in a negative loop which could cause heart rhythms to go awry. This study is perhaps the first insightful study portraying the eff...

Teenage Girls Conviced for Killing Cabbie

...wife Anna and daughter Melin. were overcome with emotion after Supreme Court Justice Peter McClellan ordered the killers to serve minimum three-and-a-half years. Since the girls are already serving sentence they will be eligible for parole in August 2009. Mrs. Hormozi said that the girls were violent a...

Gentle, Real, Well-mannered - Kangana's Mr. Right

... taught me everything about acting. He can get any emotion out of me. I would love to do more films with him. He was planning another film with me but we got stuck at the story's climax," she said. The film Kangana recently signed is called "Roshan". "I don't like the scripts that I hear everyday. The ...

Meditation May Fine-Tune Control Over Attention

...ly of methods designed to facilitate regulation of emotion and attention," says Davidson. The new study, which appears online May 8 in the journal PLoS Biology, examined the effects of three months of intensive training in Vipassana meditation, which focuses on reducing mental distraction and improving sen...

Teenage Girls Conviced for Killing Cabbie

...wife Anna and daughter Melin. were overcome with emotion after Supreme Court Justice Peter McClellan ordered the killers to serve minimum three-and-a-half years. Since the girls are already serving sentence they will be eligible for parole in August 2009. Mrs. Hormozi said that the girls were violent a...

Tinnitus Patients can Lead a Normal Life

...ing the limbic system is achieved and the negative emotion or reaction is eliminated little by little. Therapeutic advice is carried out over a number of interviews between the specialist and patient. Doctor Heitzmann underlines the importance of these sessions, pointing out that, without these interviews,...

Meditation Increases Attention - A Brain Scan Report

...ise had less effect on the brain areas involved in emotion and decision-making than among novice meditators. Among meditators with more than 40,000 hours of lifetime practice, these areas were hardly affected at all. "Most people, if they heard a baby screaming, would have some emotional response," Davids...

Talking About Your Feelings Really Does Help

...ds, such as "angry" and "fearful," and chose which emotion described the face, or they saw two names, such as "Harry" and "Sally," and chose the gender-appropriate name that matched the face. The findings showed that while the amygdala was less active when an individual labelled the feeling, another region...

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