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|Author: Klaus Podoll, Markus Dahlem, Sofia Greene||13. December 2007|
|Edited by: Klaus Podoll, Markus Dahlem, Sofia Greene|
Vicious circle of stress, persistent aura, anxiety and depression (larger image see here). If the positive feedback loop in which the system responds to perturbation in the same direction as the perturbation runs out of control, it can result in the collapse of the system. This is called vicious circle, or in Latin circulus vitiosus. © 2008 Klaus Podoll [more]
"... speaking as someone who has had batteries of tests performed over a four year period (various types of MRI/various types of EEGs/various x-rays/various blood tests/various eye exams/and many other more specialised tests), I would say that there definitely comes a point when one should stop [see Sonnenberg, 2002]. I say this because these tests are not only hugely expensive in monetary terms, but they take their toll on your general well-being (constantly waiting for test results etc.)."
(Jane10 [subject #23], Ezboard forum Visual snow or static – Discussion - Is this coincidental?, January 31, 2007; additions in square brackets by Klaus Podoll)
"Sometimes I think stress from medical tests should be listed as a factor that can cause worsening of PMA."
(anna, Yuku forum Visual snow or static - General discussion - Troll!, December 13, 2007)
"I had the MRI - now comes the waiting game - waiting for results - yay!
What an odd experience... never mind that my VS was peaking and other symptoms were acting up...
Buzzz... click... bbbbbbbbrrrrrrrrrr... bang...
I thought I might be a little claustrophobic before, now I'm pretty sure... it took a whole lot of willl power to keep calm - it's nothing like a CT - lol!"
(rjuddy, Yuku forum Visual snow or static - General discussion - MRI tonight - wish me luck!, January 29, 2008)
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