Dr. Susan Duenke
Dr. Susan Duenke
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Can anxiety disorder goes away without medication ? I have heard cbt helps..but I can't afford that..any other alternative!? In brief: Self-help books
There are a number of good cognitive behavioral books for anxiety out there.
David Burns is a particularly good author.ANXIETY ANXIETY DISORDER FEELING ANXIOUS PSYCHOTHERAPY
My husband died 1month ago why do I feel ill all the time? In brief: GriefCOPING WITH GRIEF GRIEF SLEEP NUTRITION DEPRESSION EXERCISE OR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PASTORAL COUNSELINGSee 1 more answer
Grief can take many forms, but it is not uncommon to experience fatigue and physical symptoms of illness.
About 3 years ago my 10 year son dad committed suicide, on my sons birthday, His dad was very abusive to me and my son saw most of it. My son rarely talks about his dad and when he does it is just memories of the abuse, I am not sure what to say? In brief: Therapy recommendedCHILDREN'S HEALTH SUICIDE DEPRESSION PSYCHOTHERAPY COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY MINOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER SONSee 13 more answers
that is a lot of trauma for a very young child to resolve on his own.
Finally got the courage to give lexapro (escitalopram) a try. Just read a possible side effect is seizure?? What if I'm Driving with my kids? Too scared to take now In brief: Rare side effectsCHILDREN CONVULSION LEXAPRO SEIZURES (UNCONTROLLABLE JERKING OF LIMBS) KIDS
Seizures are a rare side effect of Lexapro (escitalopram).
I read that\ struggling to think of word to complete sentence is sign of dementia. But I'm only 32 and dealt with this since jr high. Dementia? In brief: Probably notDEMENTIASee 1 more answer
Some struggling for word finding is perfectly normal.
I have been suffering with health anxiety for about 6 months. I have noticed that my anxiety intensified right before I go to sleep. My 0.5 mg ativan doesn't seem to help me anymore.. Why is that? Should I request a new medication? In brief: Increased toleranceANXIETY ATIVAN FEELING ANXIOUS SLEEP LORAZEPAM
Most likely you have just developed an increased tolerance for the meds.
I have noticed that when I eat too much junk food my depression and anxiety get much worse than usual. Is there a relation ? In brief: Mind-body connectionCLINICAL DEPRESSION YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH ANXIETY DEPRESSION FEELING ANXIOUS
Eating food that is not healthy for you can lower your energy, deprive your body of what it needs to run efficiently.
How do I know whether my symptoms are from anxiety or actual illness? I know I suffer from health anxiety for a good 7 months. I got many physical symptoms. I went to my doc for annual check up and she said I have nothing concerning but the symptoms don' In brief: Trust your docttorANXIETY FEELING ANXIOUS ANXIETY DISORDER LIFESTYLE CHANGES WELLNESS AND LIFESTYLE SLEEP EXERCISE MORE EAT HEALTHIER FEMALE HEALTH CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOTHERAPYSee 5 more answers
If your medical doctor tells you that you have no apparent physical cause for your symptoms, the next best answer is that you are symtomatic due to anxiety or depression.
What differentiates manic depression from the "regular" kind? In brief: Bipolar vs. unipolarSee 8 more answers
Manic depression is now called bipolar disorder. It is when the patient has significant mood swings between highs (manic) and lows (depressed).
Regular depression is unipolar and means the patient only feels low.BIPOLAR DISORDER (MANIC DEPRESSION) DEPRESSION MANIA MANIC DEPRESSIVE DISORDER CLINICAL DEPRESSION HYPOMANIA PSYCHIATRY LIVING WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER LIVING WITH MANIC DEPRESSIVE DISORDER SLEEP YOUNG HEALTH OLD HEALTH