Professor of psychiatry. Dr. Arif Verimli stated that virtual reality glasses could now be used in psychiatric treatment and that after wearing glasses for phobia treatment, he thought that it would be useful in post-traumatic stress disorder and also in the treatment of schizophrenics.
A study of over 60 patients at Oxford University showed that positive results were obtained in phobias treatment with virtual reality glasses. Dr. Arif Verimli said:
"There are activities that we call virtual reality glasses, the application of new technology. This activity was carried out in a study of over 60 patients at Oxford University. There were very positive results. The logic is that the dog, which we have described as a particularly simple phobia, animal fear, and so on. as. In such an asylum, we bring virtual objects such as dogs, puppies, objects to the face with the techniques we call exposure. Especially, psychiatry is one of the treatment methods applied in phobia and other areas, one is behavioral techniques and the other is cognitive techniques. Behavioral and cognitive therapies are addressed under the title. For example, an individual who has previously been treated for fear of a dog has previously been shown dog films, is slowly brought closer, his reactions to the lap of the person are reduced, reduced and treated. Now it makes it extremely easy to use this virtual reality technology. Even if you have a very small office that is difficult to apply, you can treat large equipment without ever needing it. "
IT MIGHT BE TASTED FOR PLANE PHOBIAS
Indicating that exposure treatment cannot be tried in people who are afraid of flying, Prof. Dr. Efficient "This treatment could not be tried because you will be on the plane, you will be there, etc. As a very expensive and unnecessary application in the theoretical sense could lead. Now you can come from the top of your flight horror, feeling it like a plane with virtual reality from a mobile phone. "
MAY BE A TREATMENT MEASURE IN A DIFFERENT SECTORS
Virtual reality glasses can be used in other therapies, Prof. said. Dr. He continued his productive words as follows:
"Now with this approach, phobia is being used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder after phobia. Behind it, 'Does it also work in the treatment of schizophrenics?' An extremely interesting question came up. That, too, people in schizophrenia are the least connected with the outside world. They are taking their own world. They are dealing with something in their own world, but they do not deal with the environment at all, and they do away with reality. Or, in some paranoid disorders, a patient who flees around the corner in such a way that fear can damage himself or herself, with this treatment he can learn that those delusions are not something to be feared. In schizophrenia, you can especially show such films, such prepared scene-on, that there is an approach that is thought by the glasses as "can someone provide the connection with society through this device?
CAUSE OF NEGATIVE PERMISSION IN EPILEPSY HOSPITALS
Referring to the treatment of trauma after the effects of Professor. Dr. He continued his productive words as follows:
"Post-traumatic stress disorder psychologically traumatized individuals could live this trauma for several years. Therefore, with the mise-en-scene prepared in practice with the intention of reducing the reactions of the brain to the aura representing the trauma, the person can become insensitive by experiencing it in front of his / her eyes. This comes as a very important behavioral approach. It is a very good example of how the emerging technologies are now beginning to be implemented in treatments. There is a system called occipital lobe at the back ends of the visual sense brain. In the simplest sense it is perceived there. There are 3 areas there. But the occipital lobe is not the center of the fears. The center of the fears is a limbic system in the middle of the brain. The frontal lobe is also a structure related to thinking, planning. They link to each other with links and control each other with a system that moves in two directions. Visual stimuli can cause epileptic seizures. "