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The aim of this study was to elucidate sensorimotor integration in human hand motor areas, its time course, somatotopy and the interaction of sensory fields arising from two different fingers. We studied the influence of different intensities of electrical digital stimulation of two different fingers on motor-evoked potentials elicited in hand muscles by transcranial magnetic stimulation TMS. Magnetic tests, adjusted to produce a response in the abductor digiti minimi muscle of the right hand, were delivered using a circular and a focal coil. In order to define the anatomical level of the sensorimotor interactions, the effect of the digital stimulation on TMS was compared to the effect on transcranial electrical stimulation. When the peripheral stimulation was delivered at the ST a small inhibitory effect was found only when stimulating both fingers. When conditioning stimuli were painful, somatotopy and convergence were lost.
The desensitization of pain and anxiety technique During a deep hypnotic state, the patient does not seem to react to the surrounding environment and usually seems to be less sensitive to painful stimulation. This happens even when some or all of the reflexive or vegetative signs of the painful stimulation are present. The best use for this technique, therefore, is to induce deep relaxation up until the unconscious can register and activate a minor sensitivity to pain, through hypnotic suggestion, for a longer time, even in a state of normal awakening, The aim of this technique is to diminish anxiety connected with pain, in the case of headaches, for example, where, besides the body pain, a great emotional dysfunction also arises, or in the case of a phantom arm or leg after amputation of an arm or leg, or in the chronic pain of cancer patients.
The methods most used during the state of deep relaxation or hypnosis are: Direct instructions for pain reduction; The use of metaphors; Transportation of the painful symptom; Detachment from pain through metaphors, resilience, self-compassion, imagination.
Self-hypnosis technique for pain and anxiety relief Self-hypnosis is the way to use hypnosis alone, without the therapist. Steps commonly used for self-hypnosis: self-hypnosis requires some distinct steps. Step 1: motivation.
Without proper motivation, an individual will find it very difficult to practice self-hypnosis; Step 2: relaxation of the body and mind. The individual must be thoroughly relaxed and must set aside time to perform this act.
Additionally, distractions should be eliminated as full attention is needed; Step 3: concentration. The individual needs to concentrate completely as energy is generated each time the mind focuses on a single image 23 - The self-hypnosis CD method This consists of simply recording by the therapist the desired suggestion on a CD, and then giving the CD to the patient to listen to for self-hypnosis.
This will be very effective for people that have difficulty in visualizing. Self-hypnosis is one of the most efficient techniques for pain and anxiety relief and is carried out using different techniques: You are experiencing a pleasant feeling in deep relaxation: inner peace, serenity, compassion, happiness… You mentally connect this feeling to your symptoms… that are decreasing more and more… You are using it mentally to cancel your symptoms… …The most efficient way to achieve this feeling is to repeat this self-introspective-hypnosis until you achieve your goal and sometimes this will take quite a while.
Acknowledgements The authors would like to express their immense gratitude to all the patients with severe chronic diseases who participated in this study. Footnote Conflicts of Interest: The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare. All patients provided written informed consent. References Bonica JJ.
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Abnormal feedback processing may be secondary to impingement of chronic pain in brain areas involved in DM or suggest the presence of a predisposing factor related to pain chronification. These abnormalities might contribute to the impairment in the work and family settings that often cLBP patients report. Among cognitive processes, decision making DM is a complex process that encompasses a range of functions through which motivational processes make contact with action selection mechanisms to express one behavioral output rather than any of the available alternatives Rogers, DM depends on a number of control functions, including selection and inhibition, working memory, planning, emotion, estimation, and other processes included in the domain of the executive functions EFs.
Among these functions, choice evaluation, response selection, and feedback processing play a major role Fang et al.
Feedback processing is pivotal, in that assigning a positive or negative valence to an option on the basis of previous experience is the prerequisite for the evaluation and anticipation of action outcomes and for an efficient response selection Mapelli et al. The anatomical substrate of DM is a complex network including the prefrontal cortex PFC , the anterior cingulate cortex ACC , the fronto-striatal and limbic loops, and some subcortical structures and DM abnormalities are common in patients with lesions or diseases affecting these areas Gleichgerrcht et al.
In an attempt to mimic real-life DM scenarios, Bechara et al. Performance on the IGT is negatively affected by neurological and psychiatric disorders Brand et al.
Longstanding evidence indicate that chronic pain, i. Due to its biological salience, pain is an attention-demanding sensory process, but cognitive changes cannot be simply attributed to the attentional demand of ongoing pain. Functional MRI showed that, in chronic pain patients, experimental noxious stimuli cause decreased activity in brain regions identified for acute pain Peyron et al.
These findings indicate that chronic pain is associated with reduced gain in brain regions involved in acute pain and increased gain in areas outside the classical pain matrix. They also suggest that chronic pain may impinge the PFC and the related network and could be considered a cognitive state that may compete with other cognitive abilities, especially those utilizing the PFC, such as DM Damasio, ; Fuster, It is important to exercise caution in interpreting these neuropsychological data, because the majority of cognitive abnormalities have been documented in patients with fibromyalgia Grace et al.
Studies in patients with chronic low back pain cLBP yielded discordant findings, in that some of them documented reduced attention, visuospatial skills, and cognitive flexibility Weiner et al. The goal of the present study was to add evidence in this field, by exploring the cognitive profile of a specific type of chronic pain, i.