What is common to most sufferers of Renfield’s Syndrome is that the men have almost universally been capable of discovering a catalytic episode in his past that has created his delusion that continued existence is dependent upon the consumption of blood. As might be expected, this turning point usually is an event during which the patient got their first real taste of blood and the result was a deviant experience, quite often one that created an intensely sexual excitement.
Hydrocephalus is essentially an abnormal buildup of cerospinal fluid in the brain ventricles, which are…
Cold showers can also put you in a better mood, believe it or not. In addition to the stimulating qualities of the endorphins, the cold water also activates some of the nerves in your brain. The result is an exhilaration upon leaving the bathtub that you don’t feel after a warm or hot shower.
An overview of the use of biofeedback therapy to treat migraines.