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Anxiety, Anger, Depression, TBI and HEG-

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population. There are thus a low sensitivity (1) group, a high sensitivity (3) group and an intermediate sensitivity (2) group.-

Aron E. in "The Highly Sensitive Person" (2000) provides a test to distinguish the high sensitivity group 3 members.-

This is the first report using HEG to affect a mental state usually relegated to EEG or- psychotherapy. This experimental result with HEG, a system that has demonstrated its physiological basis (Toomim, H. 2002), suggests that an underlying genetic or acquired physiological complex makes one prone to these devastating experiences. As Richard Davidson says: "Even though we all experience similar emotions, we respond to them in different ways" [Wisconsin University Communications News Release 2/19/2004; Zubieta et al. 2003 Science Feb. 21(299) 1240-1241; Toomim H. Neurofeedback with Hemoencephalography (HEG) Explore for the Professional 4(1) Nov. 2002].



The speed and strength of right and left lateral prefrontal cortical emotion regulators' of the orbito- frontal cortex can be developed to control the response of victims of anxiety and negative emotional experience.-


Nine resolved Anxiety and a resolved traumatic brain injury (TBI) Case Reports with before and after QEEG and Loreta studies were completed. Here a sample of four of these Anxiety and the TBI cases are presented. They were trained with Hemoencephalography (HEG) at Fp1 and Fp2 or F8 to remission of anxiety or emotional TBI symptoms. Training with HEG was to increase the 10 minute average of one of the ratios: Fp1, Fp2 or F8 to AFz for 12 to 30 sessions.-

Measurement with a dual HEG headband made rapid simultaneous recording of these responses convenient. The response to hyperventilation was clearly shown by the ratios of Fp1 to F7 or Fp2 to F8, the hypothesized controlling responses. The magnitude and timing of these responses were examined pixel by pixel of the saved recording.-

Before and after QEEG or Loreta scans were obtained for each participant.-

Case 1

65 year old male with a 40 year history of anxiety that included:

1. Profound sleep disturbance- (unrelenting mental activity when he closed his eyes)

2. Severe exema

3. Heart palpitations

4. Shaky voice and stuttering

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