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Memory Hack

by Alisa Princy (2020-01-06)

This is "second generation Memory Hack Review dependence." An intoxicated or drugged mother cannot attend as adequately to the needs of the baby, and when the needs of the infant-which are enormous-are not met, those needs may remain fixed, i.e., that area of the mind/brain/reality/ behavior/feeling may remain more active and seek fulfillment forever. Often it becomes activated at a future time when other related needs are not met. It is likely that "first generation substance dependence" results from prolonged stress/maternal deprivation for reasons other than substance dependence which caused the second generation mother to be unavailable. In all fairness to the mothers of persons who become substance dependent-as with mothers of schizophrenics-the trauma during infancy need not necessarily have been great, because an extreme trauma in the present can return a person to a relatively milder trauma in the past. Schwartz (1989), in studying PTSD, also concluded that an extreme trauma in the present can overshadow the importance of antecedents. Not only does the infant want its needs met, but based on animal studies, the baby wants its needs met by its own mother. Harlow (1958) confirmed the need for the mother with his landmark study of primates. One hundred twenty million years of patterning of the mammalian brain has invested the infant with the desire to be with the mother and the mother to be with the infant. In the migration of the wildebeest across Africa, if the mother and infant separate while crossing a lake, they swim back and forth searching for one another until they drown.A mother seal is able to pass by 5,000 baby seals to find her very own, and neither she Schizophrenia, PTSD, Autism, Symbiosis, etc nor her baby has doubt as to whom they belong nor whom they want. Thus, the human infant likely prefers the mother, and the mother may be difficult to replace. Mother substitutes also fall short of the mark in another way the mother is able to stimulate the infant more than any other person, and early stimulation, is crucial for mental growth and development. In excess of 16 million US citizens go through major depression every year. Depression isn't an ordinary component of living even though it is very frequent in the present culture. The good news is that depression is extremely curable. Even sufferers with the most serious types of depression can display improvement with the proper treatment. Therapy can vary from person to person and it is important for a health care professional to work closely to design a program that suits each affected individual. Once you start a new antidepressant treatment, remember that your body needs some time to adjust. A phased introduction of new depression medicine is frequent in therapy.