Increased Synaptic Plasticity Results in Post-Traumatic Growth not PTSD after Serious Trauma (±x)
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[HYPERTHYMESIA IS NOT POSSIBLE WITHOUT PHENOMENAL INCREASES IN SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY. INCREASED SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY LEADS TO INCREASED LONG-TERM POTENTIATION (“LTP”). A CORE-FINDING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA IS ‘SIGNIFICANT COGNITIVE AND MEMORY DEFICITS’ – I OBVIOUSLY HAVE NEITHER.
POST-TRAUMATIC GROWTH WILL ALWAYS BE THE END RESULT OF SERIOUS TRAUMA I SUFFER AS OPPOSED TO POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER. THE POSITION WILL NEVER CHANGE BECAUSE OF MY HYPERTHYMESTIC MEMORY AND EIDETIC MEMORY WHICH IS THE CUSHIONING EFFECT.
THE PSYCHIATRIC FRAUD HAS UNRAVELLED ITSELF AND THE MEDICAL REPORTS BY SHITLANKANStm ARE IN FACT LAWYER’S CONSTRUCTS TO PERVERT THE COURSE OF JUSTICE AND MAKE A CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST ME EASIER VIA REVERSAL OF BURDEN OF PROOF :)]
As is apparent from my articles, I do like to use my own experiences and evidence rather than merely cite case law or established examples.
I refer to this article about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:-
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Following on from my other article:- I continue the voyage into the mind and examine particular situations or disorders which prevent it...
a problem faced by Law Enforcement and Military Personnel due to their nature of their work.
I also referred to some of the differences between PTSD and Psychogenic Amnesia. An excellent example of actual Psychogenic Amnesia is this. Had I now had a heart attack a few weeks earlier (which was why I was already weak) then even the data issue would have had no effect.
How the Psychiatric Truth in Singapore Exposes the Psychiatric Fraud in Sri Lanka
Dr. Ang Yong Guan is a Singaporean with Balls. He is also a brilliant psychiatrist who has experience of psychiatric medicine in the military, and is...
the symptoms of which are short-lived acute memory deficits.
Symptoms of PTSD
An excellent list is found here:-
The symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can have a significant impact on your day-to-day life.
and simply reading my LinkedIn articles with specific reference to the subject matter that I am discussing:-
CONFIRMS NO PTSD AND NO DISSOCIATION
However my articles
CONFIRM HYPERSENSITISATION TO EDWARD DE SARAM AND PRAXY DE SARAM
Kandel in the Wind - Sensitization
Sensitisation Sensitisation is a non-associative learning process in which repeated administration of a stimulus results in the progressive ...
In fact EDS and PDS are the ones who turn up during various events with a view to providing ‘assistance’ – but my anger at the time of the event is actually EDS and PDS’ ineptitude, not my inability to deal with the underlying event itself 🙂
HOWEVER A THIRD PARTY OBSERVER WOULD INCORRECTLY ASSUME THAT IT IS THE SITUATION THAT IS OVERWHELMING ME.
18 December 2015 – Psychiatric Fraud
After being assaulted repeatedly, including hit several times in the face by the ShitLankanTM thugs EDS brought to inflict grievous bodily harm to me:-
20151217 – Evidence of Grievous Bodily Harm
Note the classic defensive injuries as well – fractures and dislocations at [proximal] interphalangeal joints (appearing as PIP and IP below):-
(4) Iwhich even the red-eye correction on my Galaxy Tab S struggled with:-
18 December 2017 – Exactly Two Years On
I am now ‘glowing like a bird with a bun in her oven’ ?
Surely after all the traumatic things that have happened I should be a broken man, a nervous wreck, unable to motivate myself or get out of bed each day – effectively ‘dead in the water’ ?
Surely the incredible level of stress would have triggered something?
Stress Triggers Psychosis in Individuals Vulnerable to Schizophrenia
The below audio recording was made on 18 December 2015 when I unlawfully imprisoned in the Psychiatric Facility:- A key statement I made is "If...
UNFORTUNATELY NOT, TO THE SHOCK HORROR OF MY ADVERSARIES 🙂
What is PTG: the Science of Post-Traumatic Growth
What is post-traumatic growth, what does it refer to, is it related to wellbeing and what is the relationship between ptg and positive outcome?...
Nietzsche (1997/1889) cited in Haidt (2006, p135) stated that:
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”.
The adversity hypothesis states that people require adversity, trauma and setbacks in order to grow, find fulfilment, develop as a person and find their inner strength. Can this be true? Reams of literature over the past 50 years has documented the negative effects that stress and trauma have on humans.
Depression, anxiety, heart disease and post-traumatic stress disorder all result from trauma and stress, however more recent literature is beginning to address the notion that stress and trauma can actually be good for people (Haidt, 2006).
What Does PTG Actually Refer to?
PTG has been researched in a hugely diverse set of traumatic events from divorce and death to natural disasters and terrorist attacks (Haidt, 2006). The literature on PTG shows that even though the causes of PTG are vast, the benefits reported fall into three categories:
- feeling stronger and finding hidden abilities and strengths; this changes the persons self concept and gives them confidence to face new challenges, e.g. If I can survive this I can survive anything;
2. good relationships are strengthened, which is reflected in how people often speak of “finding out who their true friends are”
“When I am doing well, my friends know who I am. When things are bad I know who my friends are.” – Joseph S R de Saram
after they have experienced a trauma; and,
3. priorities and philosophies concerning the present day and other people are altered, e.g. living for the moment and prioritising your loved ones (Haidt, 2006 and Joseph & Linley, 2005).
[THE DEATH OF MY FRIEND TARA WHO IS MY AGE HAD A MAJOR IMPACT ON MY NON-WORK PRIORITIES AND THIS CAUSED ME TO RE-EVALUATE MY CURRENT OBJECTIVES]
Tara P-T - the passing of my friend
I am extremely sad to have just learned the news about a dear friend of mine Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. So I would like to write about my joyful...
[REMINDED ME THAT THERE IS NO POINT ‘PUSHING SHIT UP A HILL’ WITH EDS AND PDS, WHO ARE NOT MY LOVED ONES, AND WHO HAVE SERIOUS PSYCHOLOGICAL DEFICIENCIES]
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy MSbP
In MSbP, an individual — usually a parent or caregiver— causes or fabricates symptoms in a child. The adult deliberately misleads others (particularly...
Per Legem Terrae – Perversion of the Course of Justice via Political Psychiatry
20171026 UPDATE Under a Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty request, it is IMPERATIVE that ALL ACTIONS performed in the target country FULLY COMPLIES with ...
and maybe EDS and PDS should just leave Tania and I alone?
There seems to be a great deal of consistency in the literature regarding the categories of growth/benefits that victims of trauma report.
Medical Whitepapers and Post-Traumatic Growth
I have actually suffered all three specific traumas
Mycardial Infarction – 18 May 2013[insert evidence]
Post-Traumatic Growth After a Myocardial Infarction: A Matter of Personality, Psychological Health, or Cognitive Coping?
The aim of the present study was to focus on the relative contributions of personality, psychological health and cognitive coping to post-traumatic growth in patients with recent myocardial infarction...
Spinal Cord Injury – 22 October 2015 and 17 December 2015
A Real Pain in the Neck
The Staged Road Traffic Accident on 22 October 2015 resulted in significant damage to my cervical vertebrae and/or intervertebral discs causing some...
A longitudinal analysis of emotional impact, coping strategies and post‐traumatic psychological growth following spinal cord injury: A 10‐year review
Objectives. To review emotional impact, psychological growth and coping strategies in a sample of traumatic spinal cord injured people from 12 weeks post‐injury to 10 years post‐hospital discharge.Design ...
Grievous Bodily Harm – 17 December 2015
Photos referenced above.
Recalled peritraumatic distress in survivors of violent crime: exploring its impact on the relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and posttraumatic growth.
See comment in PubMed Commons below J Nerv Ment Dis. 2012 Nov;200(11) : 962-6. doi: 10. 1097 / NMD . 0b013e3182718a74. 1 Faculty of Law,y...
The Peritraumatic Distress Inventory: a proposed measure of PTSD criterion A2.
Am J Psychiatry. 2001 Sep;158(9):1480-5. Comparative Study; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S...
In PTSD sufferers typically dissociate from the traumatic events and they do NOT revisit them – ie thinking about them or documenting them causes them considerable stress. In my case I am merrily doing both on LinkedIn and continually revisiting them with the trauma and its sequelae!!
Deliberation Rumination and Analysis of Traumatic Events Results in Post-Traumatic Growth
Rumination is something that cows do, ie they ‘chew the cud’
Although I am NOT a cow, meaning the phrase “How now Brown Joe?” is not appropriate (!) I access past memories continually with a view to learning from them, and I DO RUMINATE
Thanks for the Memories
"We must never forget the lessons of the past in our quest for the future." - JSRDS Baby's First Words Thoughts not words in my case - one of my...
In fact Eric Kandel stated:-
As such, if life is “really all memory”, and my Hyperthymestic Memory means that I am forced to remember literally everything that has happened, then I am uniquely able to relive my entire life from 250 days old to the present in ‘glorious technicolor’ 🙂
Superior Cognitive Processing means that it is Post-Traumatic Growth is the end result of Serious Trauma, NOT Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 🙂
Cognitive processing, rumination, and posttraumatic growth
enzhIntrusive thoughts about traumatic events are an important factor in determining the development of posttraumatic growth, although research has focused on the frequency rather than the type of intrusions....
Plasticity is the ability of the brain to change and adapt to new information. Synaptic plasticity is change that occurs at synapses, the junctions between neurons that allow them to communicate.
The idea that synapses could change, and that this change depended on how active or inactive they were, was first proposed in the 1949 by Canadian psychologist Donald Hebb. Because of synaptic plasticity’s probable contribution to memory storage, it has since become one of the most intensively researched topics in all of neuroscience.
What is synaptic plasticity?
Plasticity is the ability of the brain to change and adapt to new information. Synaptic plasticity is change that occurs at synapses, the junctions between neurons that allow them to communicate. The idea that synapses could change, and that this...
A Core Finding in Psychiatric Disorders is Lack of Synaptic Plasticity
“Increased Synaptic Plasticity (“S P”) DESTROYS the fraudulent S P (“Schizo Phrenia”) finding :)”
I refer to the following Medical Whitepaper:-
Functional and Dysfunctional Synaptic Plasticity in Prefrontal Cortex: Roles in Psychiatric Disorders
Prefrontal cortex (PFC) mediates an assortment of cognitive functions including working memory, behavioral flexibility, attention, and future planning. Unlike the hippocampus, where induction of synaptic plasticity in the network is well-documented in...
Prefrontal cortex (PFC) mediates an assortment of cognitive functions including working memory, behavioral flexibility, attention, and future planning. Unlike the hippocampus, where induction of synaptic plasticity in the network is well-documented in relation to long-term memory, cognitive functions mediated by the PFC have been thought to be independent of long-lasting neuronal adaptation of the network. Nonetheless, accumulating evidence suggests that prefrontal cortical neurons possess the cellular machinery of synaptic plasticity and exhibit lasting changes of neural activity associated with various cognitive processes. Moreover, deficits in the mechanisms of synaptic plasticity induction in the PFC might be involved in the pathophysiology of psychiatric and neurological disorders such as schizophrenia, drug addiction, mood disorders, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Pathophysiology of depression: the concept of synaptic plasticity
Neuronal plasticity or remodeling is most often discussed with regard to cellular and behavioral models of learning and memory. However, neuronal plasticity is a fundamental process by which the brain acquires information and makes the appropriate...
The Importance of the NRG-1/ErbB4 Pathway for Synaptic Plasticity and Behaviors Associated with Psychiatric Disorders
Neuregulin 1 (NRG-1) and its receptor ErbB4 have emerged as biologically plausible schizophrenia risk factors, modulators of GABAergic and dopaminergic neurotransmission, and as potent regulators of glutamatergic synaptic plasticity. NRG-1 acutely...
Fear conditioning, synaptic plasticity and the amygdala: implications for posttraumatic stress disorder
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can develop after a traumatic experience such as domestic violence, natural disasters or combat-related trauma. The cost of such disorders on society and the individual can be tremendous.
Synaptic and plasticity-associated proteins in anterior frontal cortex in severe mental illness
Abnormalities of proteins involved in neurotransmission and neural plasticity at synapses are reported in schizophrenia, and may be markers of dysregulated neural connectivity in this illness. Studies of brain development and neural regeneration...
Post-traumatic distress and the presence of post-traumatic growth and meaning in life: Experiential avoidance as a moderator
Existing models of trauma suggest that for recovery to occur, trauma related cues and emotions require awareness and openness while survivors continue committing action toward valued life aims (other than regulating emotions). Based on this...
Post‐traumatic growth and life threatening physical illness: A systematic review of the qualitative literature
Post‐traumatic growth (PTG) is the phenomenon of positive change through the experience of trauma and adversity (O'Leary & Ickovics, 1995). Research suggests that the type of trauma sustained could have...
As can be seen, I exhibit Post-Traumatic Growth and am now
READY TO TAKE ON THE WORLD AND WIN[‘the world’ also includes the Proceeds of Crime Bullshitters going around who continually forget that they have zero prospects of success. I suggest they focus their efforts on actually winning the case, rather than investigating my assets as if they have already won :)]
In one sense the Psychiatric Fraud kicked my backside into a higher gear and has demonstrated that the existing set of liars around me are not enriching my life, and are ‘past their sell by date’.
However, one thing is that those adversaries need to be vanquished, as they seem to know no boundaries in relation to that which they have done and I merely need to be RESTORED to the former position that I enjoyed BUT FOR their nonsense 🙂
Episode IV – A New Hope
I am now looking for new relationships with good people who can see beyond the Ineptitude, Collectivism and GroupThink that pervades Asian countries (as opposed to Asian people living in Western countries who do not have this problem)
Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)
PS Post-Traumatic Growth is not Resilience – whilst PTG does increase Resilience, PTG is the phenomenon whereby a person’s life is greatly uplifted into a new gear 🙂