Synesthesia: The Macro Biophysical Neurophysiological Chronic Distress and Its Recovery
Freelancer, Haifa, Israel
Dr. Naisberg Yakov, Freelancer, Haifa, Israel.
Keywords: Synesthesia; Pathogenesis; Neurophysiology
Synesthesia is a pathogenesis of an inherited or acquired macro biophysical neurophysiological chronical distress originating shunts or detours mostly in the sensory neuronal networks and rarely in motor neuronal networks with a bouquet of classical signs and symptoms. Professionals such as psychiatrists, psychologists and neurologists seem to have come to terms with the fact of the existence of the versatile pathogenesis in synesthesia without giving weight to the need to correct it. The explanation is that without understanding the true pathogenesis, professionals did not see the symptoms of true morbid synesthesia and did not develop beneficial therapeutic methods for the purposes of weakening and further eliminating these symptoms. Thus, only the disrupted pathogenesis created following the abnormal congenital genes or acquired producing an internal distress that caused congenital bypasses or acquired in linked sensory neuronal networks that caused either excessive or numbed sensitivity to ecological and life events with ordinary stressors. The aim of the given article is twofold, primarily describing the inherited cause of macro biophysical neurophysiological predisposition to synesthesia and secondary the basic needs to correct the underlying morbidity with the macro biophysical neurophysiological psychotherapeutic strategies, tools and techniques.
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