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Face Like A Lion
My negative thoughts are a steamroller. I can't seem to stop them. They are like a lion or tiger on the loose. Can you you give me a tip?
Our brain: Is like a snow ball processor wired for negativity both emotionally & cognitively. U say it very well: "tiger or a lion on the loose". Tip: visualize the powerful felines, see urself jumping on them both & dare the ride on their backs. Our snow ball processor brain can also start a positive/solution snow ball while the big negative one melt like snow under the sun. Good luck & enjoy the ride! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm all shaking especially after lifting something but shake without lifting also it's frustrating. I'm 32 I should be strong like a lion?
Tremors: Your symptoms suggest an exaggerated physiologic tremor but more info is needed. Is there a family history? Do you take any meds or drink alcohol? Is it just your hands or other parts of your body? Any other neurologic symptoms? Do you have a history of neurologic disease? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: Lions and tigers are not commonly available and close contact is best avoided. Allergy would be the least consequence of a close encounter. ...Read more
Six month baby. Last two days makes deep growling noise like lion with sore throat. No temp., eating well, happy. Does he need to see dr?
Probably not: But if this persists it is always better to be safe than sorry and seeing a pediatrician is never a bad idea. ...Read more
My boyfriend had his tonsils taken out. Bit he still snore like a loud lion! and shakes his legs and feet a lot? What's wrong?
Snoring BF: Removing your tonsils is not necessarily a step to stop snoring, although it may help a little. Snoring is caused by vibration in the airway due to constriction, this leads to more rapid respiration which increases the vibrations causing snoring. He may have apnea and should do a sleep study to determine treatment. He may also have restless leg syndrome. But the apnea possibility needs addressing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 18 year old son is 6'2" 265 solid. His blood pressure is 160/80 what should we do ? Tried lion lisonpril for 30 days and and dr removed him off it
Workup Mgt Follow up: The workup for the underlying cause of his hypertension should include renal studies and an assessment of his heart. Losing weight is an essential part of the management, including diet and exercise. A comprehensive panel of tests is advised by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Your M.D. will order these laboratory tests and repeat them to track his progress. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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