Quantifying Mental Health Issues & Taboos of Mental Health

21 Pages Posted: 28 Nov 2018

Date Written: November 17, 2018

Abstract

The research agenda starts 3 weeks after conception, including the whole human life cycle. Pathological stress of stigmatization is identified as the hidden driver and trigger of modern illnesses and diseases; the control of the heart-beat-frequency is seen as the medical key to maintain mental and physical health. Mood science factors in immediately at the time of conception with respect to the information gained by professional treatment of the mother. The trigger of stress is immediately activated via the thought process of the mother which is transmitted to the child in the womb via the umbilical cord. As such the pathway of stress is established via the blood flow of our mothers.

Conception is most likely to evolve either of two ways: a) with consent, or b) non-consent. In both cases, the health of the mother effects that of the child in the womb. Since the development of the human brain at the time of conception is virtual nonexistent, it is very probable that the moods of the mother during the pregnancy effects the child. Hence the feelings (mood science) of the mother provide circumstantial evidence of the child's mental health prior to birth.

This paper will provide the circumstantial evidence (via mathematics) that can be used as a baseline design of a Forensic Simulator. Such a simulation could be used to treat those of us who suffer from diseases such as PTSD. Specifically, it could be used by patients experiencing high stress levels via the bio-feedback algorithms of the simulator. Measurement signals would take the form of EEG's while being stimulated via an Interview script used by the professional conducting the examination.

Forensic Data Analysis (FDA) is a branch of Digital forensics. It examines structured data with regard to incidents of financial crime. The aim is to discover and analyze patterns of fraudulent activities. Data from application systems or from their underlying databases is referred to as structured data.

Keywords: light, belief, love, hope, system, forensic, spiritual, thought, knowledge, hate, lust

JEL Classification: l19

Suggested Citation

Ternyik, Stephen I. and Fermelia, Al, Quantifying Mental Health Issues & Taboos of Mental Health (November 17, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3286305 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3286305

Stephen I. Ternyik

Techno-Logos, Inc. ( email )

Al Fermelia (Contact Author)

CLM Associates ( email )

5760 E Caley Avenue
Centennial, CO CO 80111
United States
3038806699 (Phone)

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