Nervous System

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Nervous System by Mind Map: Nervous System

1. reduced ARFID symptoms (avoidant restrictive food intake d/o

2. Hyperventilation

3. reduced gastric reflux GERD

4. Memory

4.1. improved working memory

4.2. improved episodic memory

4.3. improved autobiographical memory

5. Mania: amelioration of:

5.1. agitation

5.2. racing thoughts

5.3. distractible/tangential

6. Respiratory System

6.1. Dyspnea

6.2. Apnea

6.3. Breathholding

6.4. Shallow breathing

7. Circulatory System

7.1. Blood pressure

7.2. Heart Rate; HRV; RSA

7.3. Vasoconstriction

7.4. Vascular inflammation

8. Skeletal System

8.1. Tooth sensitivity

9. Nervous System

9.1. Central Nervous System

9.1.1. Cortex-see psychological system

9.1.2. Brainstem-to be completed

9.1.3. Spinal cord

9.1.3.1. reflexes

9.2. Peripheral Nervous System

9.2.1. Sensory Branch

9.2.1.1. Sensation: crawling on the skin

9.2.1.2. Sensitivity to clothing

9.2.1.3. Feeling of tightness of skin

9.2.1.4. Itching

9.2.1.5. Post-herpetic neuralgia

9.2.1.6. Point sensitivity (fibromyalgia)

9.2.2. Motor Branch

9.2.2.1. Somatic

9.2.2.2. Autonomic

9.2.2.2.1. I

9.2.2.2.2. Sympathetic

9.2.2.2.3. Parasympathetic

9.2.2.3. Cranial nerves

9.2.2.3.1. II

9.2.2.3.2. III Oculormotor

9.2.2.3.3. IV

9.2.2.3.4. V

9.2.2.3.5. VI

9.2.2.3.6. VII Accessory

9.2.2.3.7. Improved esophogeal spasms

9.2.2.3.8. VII Vestibular

9.2.2.3.9. IX

9.2.2.3.10. X Vagus

9.2.2.3.11. XI

9.2.2.3.12. XII

10. Psychological System

10.1. Anxiety

10.1.1. decreased fears and phobias

10.1.2. decreased ruminative thought

10.1.3. decreased obsessions

10.1.4. decreased compulsions

10.1.5. decreased restlessness

10.1.6. decreased reactive movements

10.1.6.1. spinning

10.1.6.2. flapping

10.1.6.3. picking

10.1.6.4. rocking

10.1.6.5. fidgeting

10.1.6.6. distorted self sense

10.2. Trauma

10.2.1. decreased flashbacks

10.2.2. decreased nightmares

10.2.3. decreased avoidance

10.2.4. decreased triggers

10.2.5. decreased disorganization

10.2.6. decreased hpervigilance

10.2.7. improved sleep

10.2.8. decreased dissociation/integration

10.2.9. decreased defensive exculsion

10.2.10. decreased numbing

10.2.11. decreased blocking

10.3. decreased structural splitting

10.4. Reactive aggression

10.4.1. decreased bullying

10.4.2. decreased peer conflict

10.4.3. decreased physical attacks

10.4.3.1. kicking

10.4.3.2. hitting

10.4.3.3. biting

10.4.3.4. throwing objects

10.4.3.5. destruction of property

10.5. Self injury

10.5.1. decreased self injury

10.6. Judgement and reasoning

10.6.1. improved processing speed

10.6.2. improved attention

10.6.3. improved orientation of attention

10.6.4. improved language ability

10.6.5. improved auditory procesing

10.6.6. improved vocabulary

10.6.7. improved following directions

10.7. Behavioral Reactivity

10.7.1. improved emotion regulation

10.7.2. improved cravings

10.7.3. decreased hyperactivity

10.7.4. increased frustration tolerance

10.7.5. increased stress tolerance

10.7.6. decreased mood lability

10.7.7. decreased meltdowns

10.7.8. decreased sensory sensitivity

10.7.8.1. misophonia

10.7.8.2. hyperacusis

10.7.8.3. oral textural sensitivity

10.7.8.4. flavor avoidance

10.7.8.5. light sensitivity

10.7.8.6. light sneeze reflex

10.7.8.7. skin/touch aversion

10.7.8.8. olfactory distortions

10.7.9. decreased tics

10.7.10. decreased running away

10.8. Depression: amelioration of:

10.8.1. Untitled

10.8.2. anhedonia

10.8.3. helplessness

10.8.4. irritability

10.8.5. psychomotor slowing

10.8.6. negative/ruminative thinking

10.8.7. poverty of speech

10.8.8. alexithymia

10.8.9. flat expression

10.8.10. sleep disruption

10.8.11. apnea

10.9. Psychotic processes, amelioration of:

10.9.1. visual hallucinations

10.9.2. auditory hallucinations

10.10. Executive functioning improvements

10.10.1. planning

10.10.2. prioritizing/sequencing

10.10.3. rigid rule-bound thinking

10.10.4. impulsivity

10.10.5. problem solving

10.10.6. school performance

10.10.7. self-awareness/metacognition

10.10.8. on task

10.10.9. organization

10.10.9.1. thoughts

10.10.9.2. materials

10.10.10. dexterity

10.10.11. processing speed

10.10.12. reciprocal communication

10.10.13. abstract language

10.10.14. pragmatics

10.10.15. time management

10.10.16. problem solving

10.10.17. thoughts and behavior have more purposeful flow

10.10.18. classroom participation

10.10.19. tolerance for busy environments

10.10.20. sense of humor!!

10.11. seeking affection

10.12. Improved Social Engagement

10.12.1. reciprocal behavior

10.12.2. seeking affection

10.12.3. empathy

10.12.4. openness (accessibility)

10.12.5. seeking playmates

11. Digestive System

11.1. increased range of food tolerance

11.2. reduce symptoms of PANDAS (pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder

11.3. reduced toileting resistance

11.4. reduce yeast overgrowth

11.5. reduce symptoms of PANS

11.6. reduce chronic diarhea

11.7. reduce chronic constipation

11.8. reduced selective eating

11.9. reduced IBS symptoms

12. Renal System

12.1. decrease frequent urination

12.2. decreaseincontinence

12.3. decrease bedwetting

13. Integumentary/Exocrine System

13.1. reduce skin sensitivities

13.2. reduce chronic itching

13.3. reduce chronic pain

13.4. reduce aversive sensations

13.5. reduce inflammation

13.6. reduce symptoms fibromyalgia

13.7. reduce acne

13.8. reduce allergy response

13.9. improve sweating

14. Reproductive System

14.1. Restart menstrual cycle perimenopause

15. Lympahtic/Immune System

15.1. to be mapped

16. memories