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How To Stay Calm During An Mri
Caffeine : We used coffee in my day but I have many patients who have great success with 5 hour energy. But as any med school grad will tell you;cramming for exams isn't the best way to learn.Go to class every day.You paid for it-get your moneys worth.And get a "study buddy" ; make it a constant quiz, every moment you see each other ask a quiz question. ...Read more
Mri or magnetic resonance imaging is one of the more recently developed imaging modalities available to physicians. It uses powerful magnets to generate images. There is no ionizing radiation which is a major advantage over many other modalities. Mri is the best imaging exam that we have for most soft tissue and joint related problems. There are radiologists ...Read more
A Simple Technique: Breath to relax. In the dental chair, close your eyes, take slow, deep breaths... As you exhale, picture in your mind- an image of steam or smoke coming from your nose and mouth. With each slow breath, allow your body and muscles to relax fully. If you become aware that you have forgotten to focus on the exhalation image, start again. Remember: the more you relax = less pain. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Don't do it: Why not study prior to the exam? It sounds like you know this is coming up. Data is clear that your retention is much better if you get adequate sleep. While you may cram more in to short term memory by pulling an all-nighter, you'll likely offset that retained information by making errors on simple exam questions due to your sleep deprived state. In summary: get enough sleep! ...Read more
Is it possible to be able to perform daily duties and go to sleep ( and stay asleep) without problems during an asthma attack?
Rest first: Get plenty of rest. Eat no junk. Don't over study. No all nighters. ...Read more
You are expressing f: there is nothing to be afraid at all as long as you are going to a board certified oral surgeons. They are expert. Talk to them about your concern. Few years ago I was at a seminar of a very famous public motivational speaker. I will never forget what he said. He said FEAR means Falls Evidence Appearing Real. Relax good luck. ...Read more
Stress suffered: during an interview is probably normal, proportional to how much rests on the outcome. Try rehearsing your presentation beforehand, and then doing a little meditating just before. Establishing rapport is always a good idea. Identify with or compliment some aspect of the interviewer. Make eye contact and try to appear genuine. Acknowledge some nervousness. They already know anyway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain: You can meditate before going to your appointment. You can watch the actual procedure on youtube to get the fear out of the procedure. Sometimes doctors recommend pain therapy before the actual procedure to make it less painful. ...Read more
Does an eeg hurt/how long will it take and how long will an MRI on the brain w/out iv contrast for migraines take? Nervous and in so much pain. Help?
How does Xanax (alprazolam) calm you down and relax your body. I am prescribed this to calm me down for the night before a procedure. ?
Healthtap :): I always recommend patients on bedrest have a laptop to help pass the time. Now i encourage patients to use healthtap as an education tool to help learn about their pregnancy. Having family visit, reading books and watching some favorite tv shows help too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does clindamycin given during surgery stay in the system I had a reaction to it blistered rash and want to know how to minimize the reaction benedryl does not help ?
Only hours: Clindamycin is only around for a few hours. It should be completely gone by 24 to 36 hours. Reactions are commonly caused by histamine. Any antihistamine such as tagamet or Zantac (ranitidine) may provide some relief as well. You should make sure your doctor knows about your issues in case you need something stronger like steroids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well : It varies on the complexity the procedure can last from around an hour to six hours. You need to ask your cardiologist for specific advice ...Read more
Usually: You have mild sedation for the procedure and a numbing spray for the back of your throat. Otherwise you shouldn't feel anything. After, your throat may be a a little sore but you should not have any true pain especially if no biopsies were done. Back to your normal routine the next day. ...Read more
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