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Open Access Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine

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Treatment Performed with The Application of The Multimedia Rehabilitation Technique - Brain Gymnastics, Intense Brain Stimulation to Combat the In Depression, Panic Syndrome, Excessive Anxiety, Disorders and Neurological Sequelae Caused by COVID-19 Affecting the World Population in The Pandemic Volume 3 - Issue 2

Branco, Luciana Maria Depieri*

    Department of Neurological Sciences, Brazil

Received:June 30, 2021   Published:July 21, 2021

*Corresponding author:Luciana Maria Depieri, Department of Neurological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine of São José do Rio Preto – SP – Brazil

DOI: 10.32474/OAJCAM.2021.03.000160

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Now is the most important time to look for alternatives and (Figure 1) treatments relevant to mental health care. This article will present the intensive brain stimulation technique Multimedia Rehabilitation, an important and intense “Academy for the Brain”, where diversified computational activities are developed that stimulate the entire brain, increasing synaptic connections and promoting neurogenesis, the birth of new neurons. In addition, there is a regulation and balance in the hormone’s oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine, endorphins responsible for pleasure and happiness. Thus, the individual starts to reprogram his brain to work intensely, seeking to combat the various diagnoses that harm the emotional system, greatly improving their quality of life.

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Mental health was already highlighted before the pandemic, but now the cases have had a relevant increase. People live under pressure all the time without knowing what will happen, what will be the work, if they will lose their job, fear of contracting the disease, generating excessive daily anxiety. All this stress results in a significant increase in certificates and absences from work, causing an intense emotional disturbance that, in some cases, leads people to commit suicide. The Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be a traumatic event for many people, leading to a huge increase in feelings of fear and stress. Social isolation can affect people with special attention, according to the data, women, young people, people who already have a mental problem and, especially, those who have lost their jobs.

Health professionals are also being very psychologically affected at this time, scientific evidence shows that the health team has been experiencing psychological distress with the COVID-19 pandemic, and the intervention of psychological or psychiatric treatments to this population is of great importance, since that mental health care favors the professional’s performance in their work environment, and the absence of this will reduce their care potential, increasing the chances of leaves, dissemination, deaths and consequences after the crisis of this pandemic. Exercising the brain is essential and maintaining the health of the nervous system is essential, especially at this time of global pandemic in which we live. The brain is the body’s control center and needs to be healthy to help us fight everyday problems such as stress, depression, panic disorder, excessive anxiety, burnout syndrome, neurological sequelae caused by COVID-19 and other diagnoses that affect the system emotional. Multimedia Rehabilitation is an intense gym for the brain and causes all areas of the brain to be stimulated simultaneously, so that there is a regulation and balance in hormones, increased synaptic connections and the birth of new neurons, in this way the nervous system passes to function in a healthy and balanced way, promoting a greater and better quality of life for the individual.

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