Our expectations and beliefs affect our health, happiness and even our life expectancy, says Helsingin Sanomat thing.
The power of expectations and beliefs was evident even in people who received coronary vaccines. Recent research Jama Network Open looked at the effects of vaccines noseboeffect. It has a healing snow effect placebon the opposite, i.e. the side effect.
76% of the common side effects were noseboa after the first coronary vaccine. After the second dose, 52 percent were interpreted as nasebox.
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It has been found that if a person is warned in advance of the pain caused by treatment, it activates the stress systems in the brain. It can trigger anticipatory anxiety that amplifies the experience of pain.
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Nosebo also appears to affect hypotheses regarding aging. If a person believes that aging inevitably results in the deterioration and uselessness of cognitive abilities, cells will age faster than average. This is reflected in a shorter than average lifespan.
Recent findings suggest that age-related beliefs may even be associated with the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Plos One The study, published in the journal, followed 4,765 subjects for four years.
The researchers found that positive expectations for aging halved the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. They were compared to those who saw old age as an inevitable deterioration.
When a person combines aging with deterioration and helplessness, he moves less. Then the risk of many diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and heart disease, increases.
Many also embrace the harmful thoughts of old age even before it is worth based on the resources of the body.
Harmful expectations at the age of 30-40 lead to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease up to 38 years later, says Psychological Science research published more than a decade ago.
If you believe you are weak and helpless, small difficulties will start to feel more threatening. Before long, this increased stress response raises cortisol hormone levels and inflammation in the body, both of which increase the risk of developing the disease. The Guardian based on research.
Due to negative and even false assumptions, people also have difficulty managing weight. The default effect regulates the secretion of satiety hormone and even the passage of a meal through the gut.
Perhaps a surprising result for the layman is the University of Standford in the study. It told subjects they had a gene that protects against obesity.
Under this assumption, they produced two and a half times more saturation hormone compared to normal levels. The result was independent of whether or not they actually had this gene.
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