If I want a thorough psychological analysis by a psychiatrist, should I be a patient in a psychiatric hospital?
I live in Canada. Where I live, it takes like y months to see a psychiatrist. I want to get get treated and I want a thorough analysis. Would this be the best option?
- AraktsuLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
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"If I want a thorough psychological analysis by a psychiatrist, should I be a patient in a psychiatric hospital? I live in Canada. Where I live, it takes like y months to see a psychiatrist. I want to get get treated and I want a thorough analysis. Would this be the best option?"
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Following was the first relatively crude experiment demonstrating that electromagnetic energy can make even dead muscles work, so long as they have not decomposed. This was long before radio was invented, even before anyone knew that electricity and magnetism were related:
"Luigi Aloisio Galvani (Latin: Aloysius Galvanus; September 9, 1737 – December 4, 1798) was an Italian physician, physicist, biologist and philosopher, who discovered animal electricity. He is recognized as the pioneer of bioelectromagnetics. In 1780, he discovered that the muscles of dead frogs' legs twitched when struck by an electrical spark. This was one of the first forays into the study of bioelectricity, a field that still studies the electrical patterns and signals from tissues such as the nerves and muscles."
Proof that a human can be tracked by radar and specifically targeted by a shaped beam of electromagnetic energy:
"The ADS was deployed in 2010 with the United States military in the Afghanistan War, but was withdrawn without seeing combat. On August 20, 2010, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department announced its intent to use this technology on prisoners in the Pitchess Detention Center in Los Angeles, stating its intent to use it in "operational evaluation" in situations such as breaking up prisoner fights. The ADS is currently only a vehicle-mounted weapon, though U.S. Marines and police are both working on portable versions. ADS was developed under the sponsorship of the DoD Non-Lethal Weapons Program with the Air Force Research Laboratory as the lead agency. There are reports that Russia and China are developing their own versions of the Active Denial System."
The video below was still online as of 23 September 2015, a demonstration by U.S. military:
When you consider that a drone can be operated via radar and radio control from thousands of miles away, and a space explorer from millions of miles away, the task of tracking one human being among many may seem trivial. But it is quite sophisticated, the ease with which it seems to be accomplished having occurred only by many years of research and improvement of radar technology and the miniaturization of electronics allowing computer aided operation.
There is an electromagnetic component to neural signal transmission. That is no secret. It is the reason why electro-encephalographs (EEG) work. It is why cochlear implants and other radio-to-brain signal devices work. For example, here is proof that radio energy can directly stimulate the brain:
"Hearing aids amplify sounds so they may be detected by damaged ears. Cochlear implants bypass damaged portions of the ear and directly stimulate the auditory nerve. Signals generated by the implant are sent by way of the auditory nerve to the brain, which recognizes the signals as sound."
A more direct proof of radio frequency electromagnetic stimulation of the nervous systems can be demonstrated with TENS (transcutaneous electronic neural stimulation) devices for pain control. It does not contact the neurons or even bundles of nerves one by one but rather transmits a signal past the outer barrier of skin and muscles to affect the neural system in a prescribed manner. That methodology is an antenna effect rather than direct current stimulation. A similar proof can be made for electronic anesthesia.
Learning how to shape an electromagnetic beam from a distance and aiming it from an increasing distance has been accomplished long ago. Some idea of how that can be accomplished and how efficient the technology has become since, say, 1940 can be found at the article at link below, at least as of Halloween 2016 (31 October) when I last checked it.
If you need a review of how the human nervous system works, how its electromagnetic signals corresponding to brain-controlled events can be recorded, it should be little trouble to also imagine how to adapt that to radio technology. That is why the technology is referred to as a category of electronic warfare rather than a category of electronic medicine. It is vastly superior in causing distress and malfunction than in curing disease.
It is a mainstay for the psychiatric drug industry, among other military uses:
"DoD [U.S. Department of Defense] Announces New Transgender Policies; Will Pay For 'Gender-Reassignment Surgery'... Military doctors will be given new instructions pertaining to 'transition-related care,' and military medical facilities will begin offering treatment in line with the new instructions... Despite announcing a new set of policies for military doctors and medical facilities in treating transgender servicepersons, Carter said, 'the medical standards don't change' when asked about the military's provision of 'gender-reassignment surgery.' "
by Robert Kraychik, 30 June 2016, Daily Wire online
Readers anywhere are usually not sufficiently educated regarding how electromagnetic energy is directed, nor how the electromagnetic component of the central nervous system works, and how the two areas of knowledge can be put together, to make a reasoned judgment on its feasibility or level of complexity.