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BReINThis page "Touching for acute trauma"But as explained, touching works wonders not only for chronic pain, but also for acute pain.

One of BReIN's "Ring Tap" is a touching technology that is used for various symptoms including pain.“Canine Epilepsy”(The photo at the top of the page is the actual scene).

The owner was surprised, but even more so was the surgeon himself (the director).

I knew that it was effective for human epilepsy, but I didn't expect it to cure animal epilepsy, especially a dog with a severe case of epilepsy, which the veterinarian had told him that "any more seizures would be life-threatening." teeth!

According to the owner, he has not had a seizure even after a year of treatment.

Why does tactile stimulation by human hands produce such incredible effects? Verification in cognitive science is already underway to find out why.

In recent years, synesthesia andcross modal effect(cross-modality) research has shown that humanThe five senses do not work independently, but work in close relation to each other.I know that.

What is the cross-modal effect?

Illusion caused by interaction of different sensesis. For example, when tasting red wine that has been colored white, even experts get it wrong (the taste goes crazy), and the McGurk effect (when you watch a video in which lip movements and sound are mismatched, people give priority to vision and make different sounds). ) is famous.

In medical care, the director of this hospital developedMirror touching(Treatment using the gap between tactile sensation and visual perception in mirror image recognition)Haptic visual cross-modal effectis used, and the touching for acute pain introduced at the beginning is alsoTactile pain sensation cross-modal effectcan be said to be an example of

When the human brain receives multiple types of senses at the same time, it sorts out information inputs by prioritizing them.The human brain prioritizes touch over pain and touchis programmed as

for that reasonTouching the painful area relieves the pain. This is the tactile pain sensation crossmodal effect.

It is already common knowledge in Sweden, a leading country in oxytocin research, that the seemingly insignificant, mundane act of "touching" has an unexpectedly effective pain-relieving effect. Touching is done.

However, in Japan, it is not widely used in the medical field, and the effect of touching is not recognized in the first place, so it is easy to see medical equipment, injections, and medicines that look good and are easy to understand. .

Under such circumstances, the effect of touching and the healing effect of prenatal memory were introduced on NHK's "Chico-chan scolded", and I feel that awareness is spreading among the general public, albeit little by little.

Please watch the video below (it's a little over 3 minutes long).

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