IASIS and PTSD:
What does research show?
IASIS MCN, effectively diminishes anxiety and depression, and the impact of PTSD in two ways. It increases parasympathetic tone by stimulating the release of parasympathetic neurochemical, such as GABA, serotonin, endorphins and dopamine, while reducing sympathetic neurochemicals (homocysteine, cortisol, noradrenaline, etc.) from the flooding of these chemicals in the brain due to prolonged exposure to traumatic events. Simultaneously, IASIS MCN activates cholinergic pathways, increasing the production of acetylcholinesterase and sending them to the brain. The cholinergic system modulates memory and hippocampal plasticity via its interactions with non-neuronal cells.
This activates microglia, which exist at a ratio of 9 to 1 over neurons sending the glial cells into action to bind to the excess beta amyloid plaque assisting with the flushing of this excess waste referred to as metabolic clearance.
This entire process begins the moment that an IASIS MCN session commences, and a university of Texas study has shown that this technology plays a significant role in the reduction of anxiety and depression, as well as the various emotions and aspects of PTSD. In fact, the results of the study show in excess of a 50% reduction in related symptoms significantly and all of the subjects from their own patient-based observations.
IASIS with Opioids addiction and recovery
Anyone who takes an opioid, legal or illegal, is at risk of becoming addicted. Why? Opioids work on your brain in a manner that is different from all other addictive substances. Opioids target your brain's neurotransmitters and become substitute endorphins that mimic your body’s natural endorphins like dopamine and serotonin. Over time, your brain slows the natural production of endorphins. At this point, addicts feel they must take drugs in order to experience normal feelings of happiness, pleasure, fun, or normal day-to-day emotions.
Instead of drug therapy, a highly effective microcurrent neurofeedback technology called IASIS permits patients and their therapists to literally reboot the brain. Many MDs and licensed clinicians are now using IASIS in their offices to treat a range of neurological and behavioral issues, including opioid addiction, other addictions, mTBI, PTSD, ADD, ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, migraines, pain, and many others.