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Τρίτη, 18 Αυγούστου 2015

Reflexology and CAM are placebo?

Μερικοί αποδίδουν τις επιδράσεις της Ρεφλεξολογίας στην αυθυποβολή.
Το επόμενο σεμινάριο που θα πρέπει να παρακολουθήσετε τότε να είναι στις πωλήσεις, αυτοβελτίωση, αυτογνωσία, ηθοποιία και άλλα παρεμφερή!
Αναρωτιέμαι (...ρητορικό ψέμα, σίγουρος είμαι!) εάν αυτός είναι ένας σημαντικός λόγος που κάποιοι γίνονται πετυχημένοι επαγγελματίες και κάποιοι "πατώνουν"?
Φυσικά μιλάω και για το επάγγελμα του συμπληρωματικού/εναλλακτικού θεραπευτή.
Reflexology and CAM are placebo?
GREAT! Learn how to do it better!
Maybe here is the answer to why some CAM therapists/Reflexologists are successfull and why many many others are not.
Thet cannot SELL it, they cannot convince!
"The findings suggest that reinforcing treatment cues with positive outcomes can create placebo effects that are independent of reported expectations for pain relief. Wager, the senior author of the study, explains: “We’re still learning a lot about the critical ingredients of placebo effects. What we think now is that they require both belief in the power of the treatment and experiences that are consistent with those beliefs. Those experiences make the brain learn to respond to the treatment as a real event. After the learning has occurred, your brain can still respond to the placebo even if you no longer believe in it.”
- See more at:…/know-its-placebo-medicine-could-s…
“It ain’t what you do it’s the way that you do it, and that’s what gets results”…/
Traditional ritual behaviour related to healing and harmonising are often dismissed out of hand in these ‘enlightened’ times. However, as Dr William Morrow explains:
“A further look at this mechanism reveals the power of the truly mysterious healing that is delivered by the placebo effect. Old notion of placebo: some medical research wants to eliminate the placebo effect in order to prove the effectiveness of a new pharmaceutical. New notion of a positive and purposeful placebo: promoting healing practices, including the “technique” of how family medicine is administered. And, knowingly or unknowingly, the delivery of alternative medicine could be described as following a ritual, even when the so-called science is not mainline.”
“Placebos don’t necessarily provide cures, but they provide relief. In medical situations in which no cure is available, supportive and attentive health care can help patients to feel better, and when effective drugs do exist, placebo effects can enhance their impact.”