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    all) (Rita L. Atkinson, 2002) Hypnotherapy applications are endless, from the surgical anesthesia which can be used at birth without pain, treatment of specific problems such as anxiety, phobias (elevator, dentist), smoking cessation, sexual dysfunction. However, failures can come from the subject's attitude against hypnotherapy and hypnosis. A negative attitude may hinder treatment. Subjects can not be controlled during their trance unwittingly. (I. Holdevici, 1991) Hypnotherapy for depressive

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    The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Mary Ann Damian Granite State College October 18, 2015   Abstract Teamwork is about a supportive effort on the part of a group of persons working together in the interests of a common cause. Effective teams are essential in every area of a company. The fast-growing and ever-changing nature of business today sets a demand for building high performance teams. The paper focuses on the dysfunctions of a team and how to address those dysfunctions. The five types of

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    Sexual Deviances

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    categorized into three general groups. The groups are sexual dysfunctions, sexual deviations, and homosexuality. These are not necessary abnormal, but what is considered out of the norm by either the mental health establishment, or society, or both. The first group, sexual dysfunctions, have increased significantly over the last decade. Which, in turn, has increased the progress in the study and treatment of sexual dysfunctions. One important aspect that came out of William masters and

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    Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction

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    Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD, but commonly referred to as heart failure) is a chronic, progressive cardiac syndrome in which a damaged heart fails to beat efficiently and deliver enough blood to meet the body's needs. Although coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause, for example, myocardial infarction, and many of the conditions are intertwined, there are several other causes of heart failure including cardiomyopathies, hypertension and valve disease. Cardiomyopathies

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    companies have an ulterior motive when they created the idea of female sexual dysfunction and are also having a difficult time defining it. The role the pharmaceutical company take in defining Female Sexual Dysfunction is one where they accidentally stumbled upon it. The first idea of female sexual dysfunction comes from an interview where a representative

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    The assessment findings above indicate an underlying sensory integrative dysfunction. Kianah’s functional difficulties and presenting problems referred to throughout this protocol are an end result of inefficient and irregular sensory processing of specific sensory information by the brain. Ayres (2005:54) believed that, although the integration of sensory input develops together, some functions lead up to others and that there are many processes involved in integrating sensory information. The

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    Importance of an Examination for Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction is a health condition affecting many men as they age due to degeneration of muscle tissue in the body along with impaired blood blow. Men will often seek treatment for this medical problem to continue enjoying intimacy with a partner. A physician will first evaluate a patient’s overall health before making any recommendations for treatments including prescription medications. In addition to a physical examination to check

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    Sexual dysfunctions are problems some people experience which hinders ones ability to have normal sexual intercourse. There are four main categories of sexual dysfunctions: Sexual desire disorders, Arousal disorders, Orgasm disorders and Pain disorders. Sexual desire disorder is basically a low libido/no desire for sex even with a long term parter that you’ve previously had sexual relations with. Arousal disorder is commonly known as erectile dysfunction in which there isn't enough blood flow to

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    develop a drug that will be like the female version of Viagra in order to treat a disease called female sexual dysfunction. Originally, Liz Canner was hired by a pharmaceutical company called Vivus to edit erotic movies. However, while working on the erotic films, she decided to create a documentary about how the pharmaceutical companies are trying to take advantage of female sexual dysfunction in the interest of billions of dollars. The documentary explores to see if there is a solid foundation to what

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    Branding, according to Parry, is to create a new thinking of the product to customers in the unique way so that the product can compete to others. And, in the pharmaceutical industry, branding is not only creating the new thinking of product, but also defining the best treatment for particular condition. If done so, the condition branding has numerous benefits because it creates consensus internally and externally. Internal consensus which is the activities focus on the problem and solution between

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