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El síndrome de Old Hag (Parte III) Tratamiento

El afectado debe recordar que el tener un ambiente libre de estrés puede reducir la probabilidad de tener un episodio. Es beneficioso en sus partes cuando se evitan tomar estimulantes antes de dormir.

Ramiro Campos | 15/02/2015

Tratamiento

Tratamiento para el síndrome vieja bruja no está dirigido en la eliminación de la enfermedad en sí
La cura para dicho síndrome no se conoce todavía, como la causa exacta no es definitiva
El curso del tratamiento para el síndrome de vieja bruja está dirigido a gestionar las manifestaciones y evitar la recurrencia de los episodios no deseados:

• La educación adecuada en cuanto a la condición , Esto puede proporcionar el conocimiento por parte de los afectados ayudando así a evitar los factores de riesgo asociados con el síndrome
• El estrés debe ser evitado
• Los medicamentos se proporcionan a los usuarios

Por lo general, una dosis de clonazepam se proporciona a los usuarios en la asistencia a la parálisis de dormir
El nombre del fenómeno proviene de la creencia supersticiosa de que una bruja - o una vieja bruja - se sienta o \"paseos\" el pecho de las víctimas, dejándolos inmóviles

A pesar de que la explicación no se toma muy en serio hoy en día, la naturaleza desconcertante y, a menudo muy alarmante del fenómeno lleva a muchas personas a creer que hay fuerzas sobrenaturales en el trabajo - los fantasmas o demonios

El fenómeno se produce tanto a hombres y mujeres de diversas edades y parece suceder a aproximadamente el 15 por ciento de la población al menos una vez en la vida

Puede ocurrir mientras la víctima está durmiendo durante el día o la noche, y es un fenómeno mundial que ha sido documentada desde la antigüedad


En el siglo segundo, el médico griego Galeno atribuyó a la indigestión,\" de acuerdo a la Enciclopedia de fantasmas y espíritus por Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Algunas personas sufren repetidos ataques durante un período limitado de tiempo, mientras que otros han repetido los ataques durante años

Tratamiento La prevención es posible con esta afección
El paciente debe tomar en cuenta que el conocimiento del problema puede ayudar a evitar otro episodio de síndrome de vieja bruja

El afectado debe recordar que el tener un ambiente libre de estrés puede reducir la probabilidad de tener un episodio

Es beneficioso en sus partes cuando se evitan tomar estimulantes antes de dormir

Evite comer demasiado antes de dormir y no beber bebidas con cafeína son buenas maneras de evitar viejo episodio síndrome de bruja

Fumar también debe restringirse antes de la hora de dormir

 

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