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au·to·ge·net·ic

, autogenic (aw'tō-jĕ-net'ik, jen'ik),
Relating to autogenesis.
Synonym(s): autogenous (1)

autogenic

(of VEGETATIONAL SUCCESSION) affected by plant communities that themselves alter their environment.
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Autogenic training, a healing modality developed by a psychiatrist in the last century (and further perfected by many other clinicians over the decades; Luthe 1969), offers a process of self-development leading to improvements similar to those achieved via hypnosis and meditation.
The purpose of autogenic training is to promote adequate and healthy responses of body and mind and to eliminate inadequate and unhealthy reactions.
ACRONIMI ACBT Active Cycle of Breathing Technique ACT Airway Clearance Technique AD Autogenic Drainage BPCO Broncopneumopatia Cronica Ostruttiva CPT Chest Physical Therapy DP Drenaggio Posturale EPP Equal Pressure Point ELTGOL Expiration Lente Totale Glotte Ouverte en infraLateral FET Forced Expiration Technique HFCWO High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillator IPPV Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation IPV Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation OHFO Oral High Frequency Oscillator PEP Positive Expiratory Pressure NIV Non Invasive Ventilation TPGLF Two-Phase Gas Liquid Flow
The focus on such long-term changes distinguishes meditation from many modern relaxation techniques, such as autogenic training and progressive muscle relaxation.
Among the wide range of non-conventional and sometimes doubtful treatments, relaxation-based methods such as meditation, progressive muscular relaxation, applied relaxation, mindfulness and autogenic training have received the greatest scientific attention and validation.
In the next two hours, we provided the opportunity for students to experience a variety of mind-body techniques including meditation, breathing exercises, guided imagery, biofeedback, autogenic training, drawing, genogram self-assessments, and journaling.
The indigenous microbiota is a natural resistance factor against potential pathogenic microorganisms and provides colonization resistance by promoting gut maturation and integrity, steric exclusion, producing autogenic regulation factors (e.
Huntley, Thompson Coon & Ernst (2004) found 12 RCTs which included acupuncture, hypnosis, massage, biofeedback, respiratory autogenic training and sterile water injections in their systematic review of CAM used to treat labour pain.
Cue elicited cocaine craving and autogenic relaxation.
Fabrication was no longer a utopian imagining of the collective or the autogenic but a leveling of both in the name of research and development.
Regular exercise contributes to wellbeing, and yoga, autogenic training or meditation are beneficial, as are simple adjustments such as better sitting posture and controlled breathing.