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Bullying, post-traumatic stress disorder Anxiety in the digital age

The irreparable mental illness and damage caused by the situation of being connected to a digital platform streaming 24/7 through a brain implant issuing information and creating content of thought by applying artificial intelligence monitored by millions of people has become torture. It is a very difficult situation to bear, and once the person becomes aware of the situation to which they are being subjected, there is no way to reverse the nightmare that I live. I feel subjected to exploitation, to perpetual slavery, subjected to continuous violation of my rights, violation of privacy of personal data irresponsibly exposed just to damage the image and promote a game that has been created that generates money by creating wealth for those who direct and participate. At this point, what is being pursued is merely economic, ranging from the reactions of my emotional senses to the pronouncements, whether written or oral, they carry out systematic harassment to induce post-traumatic stress, on the other hand, they use it to feed back the semiotic language, creating an algorithm a software which will not be shelved and forgotten but will be the tip of the ice burg to carry out future investigative pursuits in a general way applying psychological pressures with the intention of stressing people without the need for them to be connected or not. The origin of this comes from abusive methods of the investigation system of the North American intelligence agencies with the consent of the Department of Justice, a means to build conspiracies using the government as a source of enrichment full of corruption, which is why they did so. In a public way, to gain impunity, they involved society by applying a codified language to evade the penalty of justice itself, guaranteeing impunity. Bullying, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and dynamic neurofeedback are related issues: the first results in the second, and the latter can improve with proper brain training. Read on to learn more about this relationship. Harassment can occur in two specific areas: at school, during childhood (bullying), or at work as an adult (mobbing). Both are forms of violence and psychological, verbal and/or physical aggression, in the respective surroundings; and now the cyberbullying that occurs through social networks is also added. However, due to the serious consequences that have been observed in children and adolescents (suicide, anorexia, self-injury, etc.), bullying is a topic that has gained popularity in the psychological and psychiatric field. Mental health specialists seek to have better tools to treat victims and perpetrators, in order to stop the chain of violence that it represents and that, unfortunately, seems to be increasing throughout the world. Here we leave a link with more information regarding the mental damage of stress caused by bullying. According to figures published by UNESCO in 2017, two out of every ten students in the world suffer from bullying. Verbal harassment is the most typical type of aggression, but there is also a significant increase in harassment via the Internet. They also point out that there are, each year, 246 million children and adolescents subjected to one form or another of violence in the school environment. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a Sequel to Bullying According to research conducted at the University of Stavanger, Norway, and published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, children and adolescents who have been bullied may develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In the study carried out with almost a thousand adolescents between the ages of 14 and 15, it was found that one third of those who had suffered bullying suffered from PTSD, where memories of bullying events were constant, as well as the tendency of the victims to avoid the socialization. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental illness triggered by a frightening event, whether experienced or witnessed. In the case of bullying, the event becomes intimidating and terrifying as it becomes a constant in the victim's daily life. Children under these bullying circumstances live in terror, as they live under the constant threat of torture; hence it is not strange that they refuse to go to school and present psychosomatic symptoms to avoid it. A story that repeats itself daily. The child feels that the situation is not going to change and enters a picture of learned hopelessness, where he can no longer find a way out. The main symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the re-experiencing of the trauma (recurring memories, nightmares, flashbacks), but it also manifests when the person is unable to face stimuli or memories that are associated with it and a strong feeling of anguish, sweating, palpitations, dizziness... Sometimes they also face avoiding thoughts, places or people that can remind them of what they suffered or forget part of what happened, as a defense mechanism. Those who suffer from PTSD begin to lose hope in life, withdraw and worsen their symptoms due to the isolation they are subjected to. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Dynamic Neurofeedback from NeurOptimal After a traumatic event the brain is affected in some way and although it automatically tries to regain its frequency, constantly remembering traumatic events and having TPET can cause the brain's trauma recovery mechanisms to fail. PTSD affects different regions of the brain, particularly the amygdala and hippocampus. The first is responsible for issuing physical and chemical responses to an environmental threat and the hippocampus unites the physical reaction to such a threat and the baggage of memory, that is, it mixes physical sensation and memory. When these areas are affected, people can react in distorted ways. When receiving a certain environmental stimulus that is not threatening, traumatic memories interfere in the interpretation of the hippocampus, which causes a disproportionate and irrational response to everyday experiences. Likewise, constantly—and involuntarily—remembering traumatic events accumulates doses of (chronic) stress in the affected individual, which is coupled with hormonal discharges, especially adrenaline, which affect the normal functioning of the brain. This can result in prolonged PTSD symptoms. In conclusion, in my opinion, there is no way for a person to overcome PTSD while the causes that originated it persist. Paid harassment is harmful in violation of the law.

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