The Trauma of Voices
and Body Mentalists.
There has been growing Psychological research into the traumas of Chronic Inflammation. And this is the Psychological trauma involved with mental health disorders of mood swings. Psychological mood swings such as the trauma of Depression, traumatic Anxiety Disorders and Bipolar Disorders.

Depression is commonly found in a Core Identity suffering autoimmune diseases, gastrointestinal (stomach) inflammation, cardiovascular diseases, type-2 Diabetes and cancer. All of these contribute to low-grade inflammation as a substantial contributing to the trauma of Depression. From research, it has been suggested that the dysfunction of the stomach/brain barrier of the Vagus nerve in the brain may be the primary cause of Chronic Inflammation that causes traumatic mood swings. Treatment via psychiatry does not usually allow for vitamin B, vitamin D and Omega-3 oils that may be used to treat the trauma of Depression, traumatic Anxiety issues and the Psychological trauma of Bipolar Disorder.






These three holistic nutraceutical supplements are said to lessen the effects of Chronic Inflammation that causes the conditions and symptoms involved with mood swing disorders. It is essential to know that when these substances are low Chronic Inflammation is the result that wreaks havoc on the Core Identity (Self) in the body/brain barrier where the Vagus nerve feeds the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerves. I can say that the area affected by the trauma of Anxiety is the Sympathetic nerve. And traumatic Depression is the result of the Parasympathetic nerve. Bipolar is a dysfunction in both of these nerves because of the imbalance caused via the stomach/brain barrier of the Vagus nerve that is part of the Autonomic Nervous System, Central Nervous System. The Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerve control the Peripheral Nervous System where subliminal reactants from the public Psychosocial insights cause Ignorance and Disassociation to mental health issues in the nutritionally balanced Norm of Society.






In Psychological trauma of Bipolar Disorders, it is because the traumatic mood swings are a lack of Anxiety which is replaced by the mania of thoughtlessness. The thought is a Sympathetic nerve reaction, but also a hyperstimulation via Fight or Flight in determining an illogical state of nothing to think about. Mania is the device of not having anything to run away from in Flight of this nerve but is a disturbing balance of causing turmoil of Fight your way out nothing but yourself as a Core Identity of manic disorders. In the Parasympathetic nerve and a Depressive Disorder of Bipolar, it is a matter of Rest and Digest where the facial structure causes emotions that slouch the face into a saddened look because there is nothing to Fight. These conditions I know as a Facial Conformity Disorder of a Psychosocial Phobia in the Norm of Society.

Core Identity explains the instinctual Self that is separate from the subliminal Psychosocial interaction. It is where Disassociation (do not confuse with Dissociation) from the Sympathetic nerve causes Parasympathetic Nerve Ignorance to Psychosocial subliminal reactions from the crowd - as a whole substance of feelings - of noises and energy. These give emotions to the Core Identity via the Embryonic Germ Layers of the Endoderm, Mesoderm and Ectoderm meat tissue and also the 7 Chakra Energy points in the body/brain barrier.

There are also other sources that not only does Chronic Inflammation play a role in traumatic Depression and Psychological Bipolar, but it is the primary cause. Cytokines found in the blood and Inflammatory messengers have been shown to be linearly correspondent and predictive of Depressive Disorders. It has already been validated that disorders such as Depression and Bipolar are expressed in the genes from Pro-inflammatory release leading to the release of Cytokines into the immune system.






As a part of the auto-immune response of the Nervous Systems, cytokines exert their influence over various white blood cell centres called leukocytes. This includes lymphocytes, granulocytes, monocytes, and macrophages. Cytokines produced by leukocytes are sometimes called interleukins. While those produced by lymphocytes may be referred to as the lymphokines. This is an immune response simultaneously leading to the hormone release of Cortisol sensitivity. This is the Core Identity release of the Cortisol hormone stress factors and Chronic Inflammatory buffer creating the harmful cycle in the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerves. Once these Inflammatory Neurotransmitters are released they then transfer Neurochemical information to the nervous systems. It is usually through instruction via the Vagus nerve which is the connection between the stomach/brain barrier and the sublime Peripheral Nervous System of Psychosocial sensations in the Germ Layers and Solar Plexus Chakra.

There was a recent case in 2015 where a Core Identity (Psychosocial Self) received an operation on their gut called a Gastrectomy and then developed their first manic episode. The researchers then presumed that the issue was related to the stomach/brain barrier. This would in all likelihood be related to the Vagus nerve or the blood/brain barrier and altered stomach microorganisms.





The Core Identity was given Activated Charcoal which absorbs a problematic of Chronic Inflammation and these neurotransmitters are called Cytokines. The medicament acts by neutralizing the Inflammatory effect of mediators in the gut. It is thought to improve both manic symptoms and systematic (automatic) Chronic Inflammation. After the treatment began and 15 days later, the Core Identity was Asymptomatic for mania and remained so after an 8 month follow up. No Psychiatric drugs were used on the Core Identity. As you may know, mania and manic episodes can be a part of elation in the Psychological trauma of Bipolar.

Given this information, it can be said that the Core Identity dietary intake and lifestyle is what causes Chronic Inflammation. It would make sense to identify and also reduce these things. This is via testing to see what foods and drinks cause the Chronic Inflammation and so alleviating Psychiatric symptoms. One of the main contributors of Psychological traumas of Chronic Inflammation is Gluten intolerance. It has been shown to cause seizures, traumatic Depression, Psychological Anxiety issues and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). So saying Gluten intolerance can be seen as Chronic Inflammation of mental illness as well.

Herbicides and the bleaching to white bread have been shown to promote Inflammation in the gut. This has an effect on the microorganisms each and every time we consume these foods that have been treated with chemicals.

There are many things we can do to reduce the Psychological trauma of Chronic Inflammation on our body/brain barriers as a Core Identity. Consuming Probiotics such as yogurt have been shown to improve brain function by altering the guts Microbiota (bacteria). Also consuming sufficient amounts of Omega fats has been shown to reduce Inflammation, decrease Psychological Anxiety. It also reduces the Psychological trauma of Depressive symptoms. The spice Turmeric was shown in a study to cause more improvement in Depression than what Prozac does. This would be because of its powerful Anti-inflammatory effects.






Implementing Anti-inflammatory measures into our dietary lives can not only prevent Psychological trauma symptoms but also relieve current Psychological conditions of mental illness trauma as well. Mental health Psychological workers could prevent much of the Psychiatric symptoms in a Core Identity with advice on what to avoid in foods. Also, the inclusion of what nutritional supplements and foods are necessary for the dietary intake to avoid Chronic Inflammation of mental illness. Clearly, Psychiatry fails the system in many cases by always blaming alcohol and drugs although sometimes they can be an issue.


Ref:
https://www.britannica.com/science/cytokine
https://campuspress.yale.edu/exploringmentalhealth/inflammation-and-mood/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3641413/