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Nedan presenteras information rörande forskning på TRE®. För tillfället genomförs ytterligare tre olika studier rörande TRE® (i Usa och Sydafrika). Resultatet kommer presenteras här när de är genomförda.

1. "Effects of Self-induced Unclassified Therapeutic Tremors on Quality of Life Among Non-professional Caregivers: A Pilot Study" är en "peer reviewed" vetenskaplig artikel om TRE®. Studien har bedrivits av Dr Melanie Salmon (läkare) på SOS barnbyar i Syd Afrika och har blivit publicerad Global Advances in Medicine and Healthcare. 

2. "Neurogenes Zittern: Eine körperorientierte Behandlungsmethode für Traumata in großen Bevölkerungsgruppen" är en "peer reviewed" vetenskaplig artikel om TRE® publicerad i den tyska vetenskapliga tidningen TRAUMA & GEWALT 4. Jahrgang Heft 2/2010. 

3. "A Proposal for a Mindfulness-Based Trauma Prevention Program for Social Work Professionals" är en vetenskaplig artikel skriven av Dr Maria Napoli på Arizon State University och publicerad i Complementary Health Practice Review , Vol 11 No.3, October 2007.

4. "The Effects of Neurogenic Tremors on the Human Body" sammanfattning av vad olika forskare anser om neurogenic tremors och TRE®, sammanställd av Dr David Berceli, Arizona, USA, 2010.

5. Sammanfattning av Dr. David Berceli doktorsavhandling rörande TRE®, Arizona State University, Augusti 2007. Hela avhandlingen finns här: "Evaluating the Effects of Stress Reduction Exercises"

6. "Mind-Body Skills for Regulating the Autonomic Nervous System" utförd av Defence Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, Maryland i USA, Mars 2011.

Nedan följer några uttalande av framstående läkare, psykologer och neurologer inom området stress/traumabearbetning och "neurogenic tremors" (vilket TRE® genererar) 
(utdrag från"The Effects of Neurogenic Tremors on the Human Body"):

Dr. Robert Scaer

Dr. Robert Scaer MD (Neurologist) Author of: The body bears the burden: Trauma, dissociation and disease and The trauma spectrum: Hidden wounds and human resiliency. 

Dr. Scaer says that the brain is basically forming and discarding neurons, dendrites and synapses (neural nets) constantly through every perception we receive and every response that we make. During time of tremoring, the product of trauma-induced neural nets, the intrusive as well as unconscious bombardment on our consciousness by trauma-linked messages of threat, seem to be progressively extinguished. 

Neurogenic tremors therefore appear to be providing the environment for the extinction of negative, and the formation of positive neural nets.  Neurogenic tremors therefore, seem to be able to inhibit, or down regulate the amygdale. 

Dr. Riccardo Cassiani-Ingoni

Dr. Riccardo Cassiani-Ingoni (Rome, Italy) was awarded the Mangrella Prize for the best Italian neuroscientist by the National Council of Research (I) in 2006, as well as the Integrative Neural Immune Award by the National Institute of Mental Health (USA) in 2003. 

Dr. Cassiani Ingoni claims that the neurogenic tremors evoked by the Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE®) act as a very specific training protocol with significant potential of inducing functional long-term changes in neuro-muscular crosstalk: e.g. changes in neurotransmitter receptor properties, density, and distribution at the neuromuscular junction; changes in muscular end-organ receptor signaling; and changes in central and peripheral nervous system processing of proprioceptor information. 

Dr. Arild Hafstad

Clinical Psychologist: (Blefjell, Norway) 

Dr. Hafstad believes that the pulsation in neurogenic tremors has a reflex-like quality. It seems like the driving focus of the tremors is outside the “ego” and cannot be replicated by willed decision. It seems to happen in the body, quite independent of emotions or thoughts. It’s a “mechanism” that stays activated by itself. 

The impulses of the tremors seem in a peculiar way to bypass the sites of primary affects (not stimulating emotionality) and reach regions in the brain involved in more advanced sentiments like feelings of wonder, well being, pleasantness, peacefulness, friendliness, meaning, personal value. 

Dr. Maria Henriqueta Camarotti

Clinical Neurologist: (Brasilia, Brazil) 

The TRE® tremors, besides the proprioceptic inferences (profound sensations pertaining to the muscular-skeletal system) promote the regulation of the serotonin system and the cerebral GABAergic, leading to the deactivation of a hyper-aroused amygdala system.  This leads to the negative feedback of the prefrontal cortex, activating the mechanism for extinguishing the fear response and activating the regulation of emotions. 

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