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NUMEROUS: Most unusual would be in people in your age group and younger. Virtually, any neurological dysfunction could be associated with small cerebral infarct. In elderly, cognitive loss thought secondary to alzheimer's could be due to multiple lacunar strokes. A presentation of epilepsy in older folks often due to a stoke. Very complex area, best sources for more info, am heart assoc, and stroke ass. ...Read more
Public speaking: Public speaking is the number one phobia (44% of the public report having it). So, if most of the audience can identify with your anxiety it might help you to admit it in the beginning of the presentation. When I do presentations, I find the first 30 seconds to be the worst. So, I start each presentation with an appropriate joke to ease the audience and myself. ...Read more
Learn hypnosis: It can be used to prepare for and stay calm during presentations. ...Read more
Behavioral Options: See this page anxiety disorders assn of bc which contains educational & self-help tools (incl. A video) for managing, even overcoming anxiety in social situations : http://www. Anxietybc. Com/resources/social. Php effective treatment will involve putting yourself in feared social situations, going from ones you fear only a little 2 others you fear a lot. A cbt expert coach can be a big help! ...Read more
Deep breathing: You may try some relaxation exercises before the presentation including taking deep breaths for a minute or two and progressive muscle relaxation. Stay safe! ...Read more
Why do some people get anxiety over certain presentation formats or audiences weeks ahead of time?
Performance anxiety: Is what it sounds like you are describing. Lots of people experience it. Actors, actresses, musicians, and just people like you or me who have to speak in front of groups. One can be anxious in anticipation and /or be anxious during the actual event. There is help! Talk to your doctor about seeing a psychiatrist-- different types of meds help the different aspects of anxiety; therapy also helps. ...Read more
I'm a little bit stressed with my work, because of so many presentations. Can you help me manage my stress?
Can I get some information regarding 'hypoglycemia at home' that I need to perform a micro presentation.?
Search Internet: Of course, since you're on this site, you could search this site, too! But for starters, check out the following sites that I found just be searching the internet: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/diabetic-hypoglycemia/ds01166, http://www.Diabetes.Org/living-with-diabetes/treatment-and-care/blood-glucose-control/hypoglycemia-low-blood. Html & http://www. Medicinenet. Com/hypoglycemia/article. Htm. ...Read more
Hi can I take 40 mg propalonol one hr before a presentation for anxiety or do I have to take it daily for it to work? Thank you.
I blush horribly and get so anxious when made the center of attention during class or giving a presentation. Suggestions to decrease it's impact?
For planned presen-: Tations, your doctor can prescribe low dose Propranolol, 10-20 mg., for you to take 1/2 - 1 hour before your talk. For diagnosis of & therapy for anxiety disorder, seek referrals to a psychiatrist for medications & a psychologist for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. With a valid diagnosis, you can get ADA accomodations at school, e.g., 24-hour warnings before being called upon to speak to the class ...Read more
Hi. I have a work presentation to make in 3 days & m 2 anxious. I have lorazepam in. 05 mg. How much to take before & how long before? Thank u.
Try before!: Make sure you try the medicine before. Lorazepam is sedating and you will want to be focused and not groggy. You may want to ask for a beta blocker which is also good, but does not make you groggy. Try them before the presentation. If you HAVE to take the lorazepam since it is only three days away, then only 0.25 mg please. ...Read more
I'm doing a presentation on diseases or defect of the nervous system so I would like to know some of the symptoms n diagnosis of the nervous system?
Google: Good luck with your presentation. Google is a place to start. Webmd too. It's too broad a question to respond in 400 characters. ...Read more
I have relative that have clinical presentation like while walking and while sitting about 2-3 hours, he suddenly fall. Age 6. have had this for 1week?
Seizures: I saw a young girl in residency with neurologic manifestations of her lupus. These included seizures and some neuro psychiatric symptoms as well. Lupus is a disease that can affect almost any organ system and it's interesting to be sure, I just wish it were always easily treatable! ...Read more
High dose for that: Unless you're extremely anxious -- or are already habituated to Lorazepam at that dose -- 2mg might result in drowsiness and slurring your speech. If you've never used Lorazepam before, a lower dose might be better. I cannot advise you though, since you haven't shared your inner state or any other medications you might be taking. Cbt with a psychologist can help without drugs at all. ...Read more
Sun & melatonin: Jet lag is the mismatch between your internal biologic clock and the external world. Your internal clock is set by sunlight, espeically morning and evening light as well as your body's natural sleep hormone-melatonin. Exposure to sunlight morning and evening and using melatoinin prior to sleep you can hasten your adaptaion. Jet lag causes decreased memory and analytic skills for the first few days. ...Read more
Dept of Education: You need to contact the Department of Education to find out the laws governing home schooling in your province ...Read more
Stemi stands for st-elevation myocardial infarction. It is a very serious type of heart attack or coronary artery syndrome. This requires expert management by an experienced cardiologist. No amateur, on-the-fly or coffee shop diagnosis and treatment here, please.
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Many options: You can't go wrong with a vegetable tray and some fruits. Endorsed by the american diabetic association, the followings are great snacks for diabetics: celery sticks, baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, hard-boiled egg, cucumber slices, fresh blueberries, salad greens, apples slices, popcorns, green olives, string cheese sticks, avocado...Please check out the ada website for more ideas. ...Read more
Why am I so nervous while doing oral presentations? I have asthma and it's really bad, what do I do?
Asthma: Asthma is a particularly annoying condition which manifests during periods of stress, as well as due to environmental changes or during upper respiratory infections. It is requires careful evaluation of lung function, including chest xray and pulmonary function tests. For more severe cases, a daily maintenance medication is used along with a rescue type inhaler for acute symptom relief. ...Read more
I am doing a presentation for my class on down syndrome and I need to know why it isn't dominant or recessive. P.S. I need a simplified answer
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Lots of HT doctors have answered this for others - here's a start. Just dig a bit further, but it's a good reply.
Source: HealthTap, https://edc1.healthtap. Com/user_questions/22610 ...Read more
Good sleep tonite: Suggest you go over your talk all the way through at least once tonight; visualize yourself connecting with your audience and giving your talk successfully; good sleep tonight; breathing exercises tomorrow -- can find "relaxation breath" as # 2 at: http://www. Drweil. Com/drw/u/art00521/three-breathing-exercises. Html can certainly practice this tonight. Good luck! ...Read more