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Stendhal syndromeStendhal's syndrome or Florence syndrome is a psychosomatic condition involving rapid heartbeatfaintingconfusion and even hallucinations allegedly occurring when individuals become exposed to objects or phenomena of great beauty.
The affliction is named after 19th-century French author Stendhal pseudonym of Marie-Henri Beylewho described his experience with the phenomenon during his visit to Florence in his book Naples and Florence: A Journey from Milan to Reggio. Stendhal wrote:. I was in a sort First And Second Law - Flanders & Swann - The Complete Flanders & Swann ecstasy, from the idea of being in Florence, close to the great men whose tombs I had seen.
Absorbed in the contemplation of sublime beauty I reached the point where one encounters celestial sensations Everything spoke so vividly to my soul. Ah, if I could only forget. I had palpitations of the heart, what in Berlin they call 'nerves'. Life was drained from me. I La Sindrome Di Stendhal - Yvan&Lendl - Yvan&Lendl Plays Ennio Morricognerie (File) with the fear of falling.
Although psychologists have long debated whether Stendhal's syndrome exists, the apparent effects on some individuals are severe enough to warrant medical attention. Though there are numerous accounts of people fainting while taking in Florentine art, dating from the early 19th century on, the syndrome was only named in ; when it was described by Italian psychiatrist Graziella Magheriniwho observed over a hundred Seireeni (single mix) - Don Huonot - Seireeni cases among tourists in Florence.
There exists no scientific evidence to define Stendhal syndrome as a specific psychiatric disorder; however there is evidence that the same cerebral areas involved in emotional responses are activated during exposure to art. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Stendhal's syndrome. For the film, see The Stendhal Syndrome.
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