New solutions against dental phobia

Dental phobia is one of the most common phobias. While visiting the dentist is not as painful and traumatic in the past, yet many people avoid to go to the dentist. For these patients, American neurologists have developed a technology, experts say, can calm the anxious patients.
The system consists of a generator and a headset that transmits sounds to relax the brain, including brain stimulation with electric microcurenti (ESC). After about five minutes, calm waves, inducing a deep state of relaxation, write DailyMail. During the consultation, patients are asked to wear glasses with black lenses and are administered tablets containing GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), which help induce a state of relaxation.
Clinical studies have shown that ESC is effective in treatment of disorders caused by stress such as insomnia, anxiety and chronic post-traumatic stress. This procedure encourages the release of serotonin and dopamine in the brain chemicals associated with feelings of relaxation and good mood.
Patients entering alpha phase of sleep (deep relaxation and drowsiness) wihout medicines side effects. Patients are awake and can answer, but do not feel anxiety or tension.
What causes dental anxiety? Fear of dentist can occur for various reasons, such as
Pain. Fear of pain is most common in adults aged over 24 years. This fear may be the result of bad experiences in the past, before most dental procedures painless appear.
Sense of helplessness or lack of control. Many people develop phobias for certain situations (such as air travel) that feel they do not have any control. For this reason, they feel they can not control the procedure, do not know what is happening or if you experience pain. Often they feel helpless, which can lead to the development of anxiety.
State of discomfort, embarrassment. The mouth is a very intimate part of the body. Some people feel too ashamed or embarrassed to let a stranger look inside the mouth.
Past unpleasant experiences. Anyone who has experienced pain or discomfort during dental procedures, may become anxious.
How can be prevented dental phobia? Most cases of dental phobia arise in childhood. The first meeting with the dentist may have a major impact on the child’s psychological development. Often, such meetings can create real physical dynamics, especially in cases of medical complications (painful extractions, oral-maxillo facial surgery, which require long treatment inflammation, poor growth of teeth that require devices, etc.).

Dental phobia is one of the most common phobias. While visiting the dentist is not as painful and traumatic in the past, yet many people avoid to go to the dentist. For these patients, American neurologists have developed a technology, experts say, can calm the anxious patients.
The system consists of a generator and a headset that transmits sounds to relax the brain, including brain stimulation with electric microcurenti (ESC). After about five minutes, calm waves, inducing a deep state of relaxation, write DailyMail. During the consultation, patients are asked to wear glasses with black lenses and are administered tablets containing GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), which help induce a state of relaxation.
Clinical studies have shown that ESC is effective in treatment of disorders caused by stress such as insomnia, anxiety and chronic post-traumatic stress. This procedure encourages the release of serotonin and dopamine in the brain chemicals associated with feelings of relaxation and good mood.
Patients entering alpha phase of sleep (deep relaxation and drowsiness) wihout medicines side effects. Patients are awake and can answer, but do not feel anxiety or tension.
What causes dental anxiety? Fear of dentist can occur for various reasons, such as
Pain. Fear of pain is most common in adults aged over 24 years. This fear may be the result of bad experiences in the past, before most dental procedures painless appear.
Sense of helplessness or lack of control. Many people develop phobias for certain situations (such as air travel) that feel they do not have any control. For this reason, they feel they can not control the procedure, do not know what is happening or if you experience pain. Often they feel helpless, which can lead to the development of anxiety.
State of discomfort, embarrassment. The mouth is a very intimate part of the body. Some people feel too ashamed or embarrassed to let a stranger look inside the mouth.
Past unpleasant experiences. Anyone who has experienced pain or discomfort during dental procedures, may become anxious.
How can be prevented dental phobia? Most cases of dental phobia arise in childhood. The first meeting with the dentist may have a major impact on the child’s psychological development. Often, such meetings can create real physical dynamics, especially in cases of medical complications (painful extractions, oral-maxillo facial surgery, which require long treatment inflammation, poor growth of teeth that require devices, etc.).

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