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El Juramento Hipocrático

El Juramento Hipocrático comienza así: Juro por Apolo médico, por Asclepio, por Higia, por Panacea y por todos los dioses y diosas,

Pregunta : Por favor, ¿ puede decirme en que consiste el Juramento Hipocrático ?

Respuesta : El Juramento Hipocrático tiene su origen en Hipócrates, médico griego considerado el padre de la medicina. Este juramento hace referencia a una serie de normas o principios éticos que el médico jura respetar.

Antiguamente en nuestro país se hacía una bonita ceremonia en la cual los nuevos médicos al graduarse realizaban el “juramento”. Aunque ya no suele realizarse este ritual, médicos y psicólogos estamos obligados a una buena “praxis” y al cumplimiento de ciertos preceptos.

El Juramento Hipocrático ha servido de base e inspiración para otros códigos deontológicos como por ejemplo, la Declaración de Ginebra o Código Deontológico de la OMS (Organización Mundial de la Salud).

Dado su interés por la Ética Psiquiátrica y Psicológica, usted puede consultar el Juramento Hipocrático y otros códigos en nuestra web. Podrá encontrarlos al final de este artículo en el apartado “Entradas Relacionadas“; para acceder a los mismos pinche en el título correspondiente.

Finalmente decirle que puede encontrar la totalidad del Juramento Hipocrático editado por nosotros en el enlace siguiente:

http://psicoterapeutas.eu/juramento-hipocratico/

(Editado por la Dra. Moya Guirao)

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Anxiety

Episodes of acute anxiety have a great variety of somatic symptoms.

    • stiffness, tremors, weakness, unsteadiness of voice

 

    • palpitation, flushing or pallor, faintness, rapid pulse, increased blood pressure

 

    • nausea, vomiting, diarrhea

 

  • cold wet extremities, rapid or irregular breathing, sleep disturbances.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

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Mental Catharsis

Josef Breuer and Sigmund Freud presented “Mental Catharsis” as a new method of investigating and treatment of hysterical symptoms. They described it in their book “Studies in Hysteria“, published in 1895.

Breuer and Freud found that  symptoms subsided when , (the patient under hypnosis) they had succeeded awakening the memories with its accompanying affect, and the patient discussed the emotionally traumatic situation and gave verbal expression to that affect.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

 

Sigmund Freud

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Panic attacks

Did you know …..
Panic attacks can last from a few minutes to several hours?

Panic attacks are characterized by the following symptoms:

  • lightheadedness,
  • paresthesias of the hand, feet and face,
  • sweating,
  • tremor,
  • dyspnea,
  • pain in the chest, and
  • an intense conviction of impending death.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)



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Charcot

Who is Charcot ?

Charcot was outstanding french neurologist who developed a system of hypnosis as treatment of hysteria. He was also Freud master.

Jean M. Charcot demonstrated the traumatic power of emotional disturbance in provoking the manifestations of the disease and managed the elimination of the hysteric symptoms through suggestion and hypnosis.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

"Retrato de Charcot"

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Pychosomatic Medicine

Did you know that…..
Dr. George M. Beard (1830-1883) published a paper entitled “The Influence of Mind in the Causation and Cure of Disease and the Potency of Definite Expectation” ?

He said : fear, anger, grief, wonder and expectation were the most likely to produce disease. This is what Psychosomatic Medicine regarded nowadays.

Psychosomatic disorders are diseases or symptoms in the body which are partially or totally related to the emotions of the person.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

 

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Psychoanalysis and early experiences

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Psychoanalysis underlines the importance of early emotional experiences for later psychological disturbances ?

Psychoanalysis is a form of psychotherapy developed by Sigmund Freud to cure mental disorders.

The Austrian psychiatrist Freud showed that neurotic symptoms were due to traumatic experiences lived by the patients. According to Sigmund Freud many conflicting thoughts or feelings were repressed and remained in the unconscious.

 

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, M.D.)

 

Psychoanalysis Coach

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The Name of Schizophrenia (English)

Did you know that …..

the name of Schizophrenia was coined in 1908, referring to the disconnection or splitting of the psychic functions, which is believed to be an outstanding symptom of  this illness ?

The term Schizophrenia was coined by Eulen Bleuler, the.Swiss psychiatrist.

Before that, in 1896 Emil Kraepelin called it Dementia Praecox. This term was based on the early onset of the tendency toward a deteriorating course.

The Schizophrenia disorders are a mental disorder with a tendency toward chronicity which impairs functioning and which characterized by psychotic symptoms involving disturbances of thinking, feeling, and behavior.

(Edited by Dra Moya Guirao)

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