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No drug is "best": There are several antidepressants and even more anti-anxiety drugs available. The "best" for one person may not be the best for another. Doctors select treatments based on a person's unique symptom profile, past experience with medications, other medical issues they may have, and so forth. If one drug were always the best, then everyone would get that one. It doesn't work that way.See 2 more doctor answers
I have been prescribed duramine today for weight loss and I'm worried about the side effects can u take a calmative like dolaseds to help with sleep?
Increasing drugs: Sets a bad pattern. For that matter, drugs for weight loss set a bad pattern and REBOUND WEIGHT is found in nearly everyone on weight pills finding what is making one obese and dealing with it by AVOIDING, SUBSTITUTING or TRANSCENDING (changing overall context) would be better http://www. Amazon. Com/dp/0692496157/ a book on this.
Can severe astigmatism cause loss of energy, not being calm, intense focus problems, dim life and heavy body feeling? Every task seems so hard.
He is having a sickle cell blood and urine test and he smokes marijuana, will they detect it? He is being calm about it but he is my best friend.
It will show: If he is a current user the urine test will show it. The drug attaches to fat cells in the tissue and gradually leaks out in pee over an extended period. Regular or heavy use can show up in pee for a month or more. He may be passive about the issue as a symptom of long term use.
Is it possible that, thinking of killing myself so calmly, being more withdrew, getting irritated easily, and overthinking everything is a condition?
Recognizing Control: I am reminded of the serenity prayer often recited at 12-step meetings, "god grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference". Attributed to theologian reinhold niebuhr. It is difficult to remain calm when one tries to control something uncontrollable. Take a deep look inside and see what you can and can't control.See 1 more doctor answer
Antibiotics: This depends on extent and individual case. Oral antibiotics depending on bacteroa pedant can help as well as anti-inflammatory cream such as Elidel (pimecrolimus) or pro topic ointment. If possible the area needs to be removed in part or in whole.Laser or even liposuction can be used to remove the damaged inflammd glands.See 1 more doctor answer
Propranolol can help: Performance anxiety of any type is often easily treated with 20 mg of Propranolol a couple hours prior to the anxiety provoking "performance". It is used in the business, entertainment and sports worlds on a fairly regular basis. Test how one responds to the medication prior to taking on the performance to be sure you tolerate it.See 2 more doctor answers
Calm: One simple tip- count to ten before acting on the urge to impulsively harm someone physically or emotionally. Reduce anger by deep breathing. Breath in deeply & slowly through the nostrils. Hold air in lungs for a 5 count before slowly exhaling through an open mouth. Repeat until you are calmer. Focus on your breathing not what is making you angry. Cognitive behavioral therapy is excellent for.
Be Calm: Many things help to calm us. Exercise relaxes muscles, aids blood flow, and improves body image as does yoga. Keeping awareness grounded in the present helps because anxiety exists mainly in apprehensions about the future. Facing unpleasantness directly, talking to calm people, fixing broken things, and following routines all create a sense of well-being.
Every parent!: I have two singles and a set of non-dentical twins. Yes, I've felt enraged with some activities, but if brought up right, this should be rare. If you believe you have rage issues, then you should talk with a family counselor and see a psychiatrist!See 1 more doctor answer
Be prepared: Knowledge dispels fear. Take a basic first aid class. Take CPR training. If you live in an area prone to natural disasters make a plan in advance for what to do. While not every situation will be the same, if you have the proper knowledge you will be able to apply it to the situation as needed.
Deep breathing: If you do not have any medical condition or treatment altering your breathing. Take three deep breaths, one after the other, slowly with a complete exhalation that should last two times longer than the inhalation time. It is efficient. The only challenge is to remember to to it! Be patient with yourself. As for any new learning process, it might take some time before it becomes a reflex habit.See 1 more doctor answer
See below: Have a small piece -- better than eating whole bar at once. Try to go with dark chocolate. Also, you might want to keep the chocolate in a freezer -- it will definitely take you longer to eat, curbing some of the cravings. You also might want to look at what triggers your cravings -- what triggered your cravings and take things from there. Good luck!
See below: Know your triggers, what sets you off, do deep breathing, relaxation. Be aware of mind-body connection --your body knows when you get angry. Keep a diary -- what happened, what thoughts were in your head, how you handled your rage. Best of all, if you feel, it's hard to control your rage-- seek help -- talk to a counselor or a therapist to help you figure out ways of dealing with rage.See 1 more doctor answer
Is he abusive?: If so, get out of the problem relationship by whatever means. If not, try not to make his problems your problems. Talking with a profesional about your own feelings might be helpful.
You need help: You should speak to a neurologist and then to a psychopharmacologist to get help.See 1 more doctor answer