The medical field's greatest achievement of the last 20 years occurred in neuroscience: by learning to identify, understand, and affect the brain's neurotransmitters, the science of medicine came a long way from the lobotomies, tranquilizers, and electro-shock treatments it had promoted for most of the 19th century. Research on serotonin gave rise to a new class of highly effective, immensely lucrative antidepressants; studies on GABA produced new treatments for epilepsy and neuropathy; glutamate research may lead to treatments for schizophrenia and Alzheimer's.
Is your child feeling a bit anxious about their first visit to the dentist? If so, you should know that there is a way you can not only ease your child's anxiety, but even turn this experience into a bonding experience for you and your child. Below you will learn more about how you can accomplish this goal through the use of role-play. The Fear Of The Unknown For many children, the anxiety they feel before visiting the dentist for the first time is a result of their natural fear of the unknown.
During my first pregnancy, I spent a lot of time pushing pillows behind my back trying to find comfort. As the size of the baby grew, so did my discomfort. By the time she was born, I was more than ready to give birth. When I found out I was pregnant again, I was determined that I would not suffer through the same discomforts. I started researching ways to ease the symptoms of pregnancy, including back pain. I created this blog to help other expectant moms find remedies to deal with those symptoms that can be emotionally and physically draining.