Over 70% of new mothers, in the days immediately following the chilbirth, manifest depressive symptoms in the form of Maternity Blues.
That syndrome is characterized by an intense anxious-depressive symptomatology that generally tends anyway to disappear within few days.
The phrase "Resistant Depression" refers to all the cases in which patients do not react in the right way to antidepressant treatments; this is one of the most common psychiatric diseases.
It is estimated that at least 10% of the adult population suffers from one or more depression episodes in their lifetime.
Food behavior disorders are characterized by altered attitudes to food and to body weight control.
That causes damages to body health and psychological functioning.
The Pathological Gambling was officially recognized by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) as a pathology in 1980.
It was also classified in the DSM IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) as an "impulse control disorder not elsewhere classified".
It affects diseases directly correlated to traumatic or particularly emotionally stressing experiences.
This technique focuses on the memory of the traumatic experience and it is a complete methodology that uses ocular movements or others forms of right/left alternated stimulation.
After one or more sessions, disturbing memories correlated to the traumatic experience lose their negative emotional load.
The improvement is very fast, regardless of the years that have passed since the event.