Biomedical Therapy Psychopharmacology is the study of the effects of drugs on mental processes and behavior. Since the 1950s, drug therapy has been used extensively to treat mental disorders. Biomedical Therapy, double-blind studies, in which neither the medical professional nor the patient knows whether the patient is taking a natural drug or a placebo, avoid the systematic error leading to expectations of improvement in clinicians and patients Biomedical Therapy.
In Biomedical Therapy, neuroleptics reduce responsiveness to irrelevant stimuli, and they have been used to effectively treat schizophrenia associated with positive symptoms (the presence of hallucinations and delusions). The dose varies from person to person. The first-generation neuroleptics, which block the D2 dopamine receptors, can cause dystonic syndrome (involuntary movements of the facial muscles, tongue, arms, and legs). Second-generation neuroleptics, which target the D1 dopamine receptors, can impact the metabolism and thus increase obesity and diabetes.
The anti-anxiety drugs inhibit the activity of the central nervous system. They are often used in combination with psychotherapy to treat anxiety disorders. Anti-anxiety medication can be psychologically and physically addictive.
Antidepressants increase the availability of norepinephrine and serotonin, which increase arousal and brighten the mood. Antidepressants such as Fluctin, which inhibits serotonin reuptake, are known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors ( SSRIs ).
In Biomedical Therapy,double-acting antidepressants inhibit the reuptake or absorption of both norepinephrine and serotonin, but they are at greater risk of side effects. Antidepressants are used to treat depression (often in combination with cognitive therapy) and anxiety disorders. Antidepressants affect neurotransmitter systems almost immediately, but their full psychological effects may not be felt until weeks afterward. The suicide rates of those taking these drugs may have been overestimated.
Mood Stabilizing Drugs: Some substances, such as lithium in bipolar disorder, are very effective in stabilizing moods. Researchers don’t yet know precisely how these drugs work.
Electroconvulsive therapy is a Biomedical Therapy, will be sent shortly to the electric current surges through the brain of an anesthetized patient. While the method is controversial, it remains the last resort for many patients with major depression who are unresponsive to medication (it is ineffective in treating other disorders). How the process works are unknown.
Depression has also been mitigated by implanted devices that stimulate parts of the brain or the vagus nerve, which sends signals to the limbic system.
After initial reports of successful treatment, extensive series of clinical tests are currently being carried out in which the repeated transcranial magnetic stimulation(»Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation or rTMS ) is being researched. In this painless procedure, pulse waves of magnetic energy, which are sent through the top of the skull to the cortex’s surface, stimulate or dampen activity in different areas of the brain.
Biomedical Therapy, Psychosurgical procedures: in the lobotomy was an uninspiring technique of using surgical instruments inserted through a patient’s eye sockets to sever the nerve connections to the brain’s frontal lobes. The intention behind this was to calm uncontrollably emotional and violent patients, but instead, it created lethargy and an impulsive personality. This type of surgical approach has not been used since the 1950s when its harmful effects became known, and new effective drug treatments were introduced. Today neurosurgeons only perform brain surgery operations in sporadic exceptional cases for mental disorders. Even if MRI-guided surgery is used for extraordinary,
Biomedical Therapy for autism and AD (H) D is becoming more popular as primary therapy.
Various causes aggravate the clinical picture of autism, but against which one can act on a biomedical level, such as:
– Immune deficits
– Permeable intestines
– Food intolerances
– Autoimmune diseases
– Neurotransmitter disorders
– Enzyme defects
– Heavy metal loads
– Circulatory disorders of the brain
– Others Metabolic disorders
Almost all patients from the autistic spectrum that I have met in my practice show deviations from the typical values after investigating some of the possible causes listed. This is where it is essential to start and use targeted therapies to find out those that make everyday life easier for the patient and his family, which is already tricky and possibly significantly improves life quality.
This can be a diet, but it can also be the administration of various orthomolecular preparations or a combination of both.
Experience in recent years confirms that the best possible results and development processes can be achieved with this treatment.
Biomedical Therapy – The first anamnesis
A period of 2-3 hours is reserved for the initial admission. Before this appointment, Dr. As far as possible, Faraji should have all medical documents in chronological order available to study them in advance and get an idea of the patient. A photo of the patient and a family photo would also be helpful. This ensures optimal use of the time patients spend in the practice, and duplicate laboratory tests can be avoided.
Individually adapted examinations based on a detailed anamnesis using a standardized questionnaire that I developed for my patients.
Discussion of previous examinations and treatments.
Investigation with the involvement of caregivers.
Laboratory examinations according to individual needs and after consultation with the patient in the most modern laboratories. The principle “as much as necessary and as little as possible” applies here. The findings are interpreted and discussed in detail with the patient to be able to draw therapeutic conclusions.
Clarification of a metabolic disorder
Investigations into food intolerance
Inquiries regarding heavy metal pollution
Detailed advice: I have developed an autism-specific questionnaire for my patients, which I complete with the parents every 3-4 months if possible. Note my observations and grade the development of the individual criteria from 1 to 7. This is the only way to make an objective statement to assess the treatment effect and optimize the therapy.
The following Biomedical Therapy I offer in my practice to:
• intestinal rehabilitation
• Food Supplements
• discharging heavy metals
• Orthomolecular Medical treatments
• Microbiological treatments
• diet plans, individually prepared for each patient
• Advice regarding behavioral therapy.
• Advice regarding. sensorimotor integration
• Implementation of the auditory perception and processing training according to Dr. A. Tomatis
• Oxygen pressure therapy, neurofeedback, magnetic field stimulation, and many more