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Is Meltdown Safe To Work Out With
With hyperthyroidism and muscle-weakness. Is it good to sport?(grouplessons sometimes with weigths)or is it better to wait till the medication works?
Side effect: Otc can increase heart rate , once or twice ok. Prefer not. ...Read more
Cyanoacrylate: Eyelash extensions use a glue called cyanoacrylate which can cause occupational asthma and runny nose. For info related to exposure in pregnancy: http://www.medicinesinpregnancy.org/bumps/monographs/EXPOSURE-TO-CYANOACRYLATE-IN-PREGNANCY/ You work in close proximity to clients so protect yourself from catching their colds, etc. Full time cosmetologist may have increased risk of miscarriages. ...Read more
What is the safest way to work out using a website? Do exercises beside mirror, do them with a friend, ?
Exercise: Both ways can be safe, just give plenty of room and be cognizant of your surroundings. ...Read more
Son 18 wants to use cellucor C4 extreme workout mix before he works out is this safe for him? Will this show up on a drug test (entering military)?
No: Sounds like a nutritional substance and body will treat like food.I. ...Read more
Will synaptol help manage ADHD and is it safe to use Aaiden was a premie and has problem with his wight?
Needs professional: Input from an experienced Pediatrician/Developmental Pediatrician, seems your son was an extreme premature and spent sometime in NICU, hence the need of ongoing follow up with experienced team of healthcare workers including the doctor, social worker, nutritionists/ dietitians, and others, herbal medicines won't help, it might not be ADHD, good luck ...Read more
Medical School: Regardless of your background in order to become a physician you will need to complete medical school and post-graduate training. Although having a background of being a pediatric oncology nurse will likely make some aspects of the training a bit easier there won't be any shortcuts in the training needed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I'm trying to go out with friends and be outside home or busy as a solution for Anxiety and Depression, Is this good or I exhausting myself?
Paced is good.: Don't isolate - spend time w friends & stay active. But that doesn't mean you need to over-do it. Be well. ...Read more
Is q10 safe to take with out doctors care and how fast does it work ?how does it work in the body.
Coenzyme Q10: Cholesterol lowering Statins do seem to lower Coenzyme Q10 levels. Statins also cause muscle aches and pains (myopathies). Coenzyme Q10 deficiency MAY be one mechanism for statin-induced myopathies. However, taking Coenzyme Q10 with statins to decrease the probability of developing statin-induced myopathies is unproven. Myopathies usually resolve by just switching to another statin. ...Read more
How dangerous is it for loved ones to try to "directly help" a patient with borderline pd? How much is safe to get involved other than the therapist?
Is AspireAssist medically approved bulimia? If it is okay to pump food out of my stomach is it okay to throw it up to manage my weight?
I'm a busy mom with 4 kids and a job i don't have time to work out is the hCG diet a safe and effective alternative?
HCG: My philosophy is that the best way to lose weight is not by dieting or a pill, but by changing your lifestyle to a healthier one. Make small changes. Eat the right portions, eat 3-5 small meals a day, cut back on carbs and sugars, increase lean protein/veggie/fruit/water intake, & start doing some cardiovascular exercise. I know it's tough with the kids, but this a better solution than hcg. ...Read more
Dextromethorphan-: -is a safe cough suppressant with no contradiction, however if taken in sufficient amounts 2 get high, anything is dangerous.maybe not against exercise but in general. It is abnormal behavior & a very stupid thing 2 do but @ 46, there is no use in trying to change Ur habit without direction from an AODA councilor. ...Read more
Im so insecure about my body & the way I look that now I cant even leave my home without having a HUGE meltdown. Whats wrong w me? How can I fix this?
Seek consult with md: Is this happening in other settings also? (school, friend's house etc). How is his family life? There are many factors that may contribute to this so it would be important to see his pediatrician and try to sort out if this is behavioral or if there is potentially a mental illness diagnosis. Would start with pediatrician, may need pediatric psych ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can we do to help my 7 year old Grandson, he has meltdowns that destroy things and very negative outbursts that go on for hours?
Professional help: 7 year olds should not have such destructive meltdowns. There may be more to his problem that could explain that. How you and his parents discipline him, his health status, school performance, and many other factors could lead to this. His pediatrician can help coordinate the referrals to specialist before his behavior gets worse, and affect his future life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Make lifestyle chang: Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation, yoga, exercise program, deep breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation. ...Read more
Can get help: Temper tantrums & meltdowns in your age group are common. The fact that you are aware of it and you may want to control yourself is a good start. You may seek assistance from a psychologist or you can join a meditation class which can be very helpful. Even yoga classes are not only good for your health but may help you to become a well rounded person setting you up for success in life. Try it! ...Read more
My child has Aspergers and lately her behaviour is becoming increasingly difficult. She is having multiple meltdowns at school out and at home.
Autism Spectrum D/O: Is your child seeing a developmental specialist or a child psychiatrist or psychologist? This can be a really challenging problem and seeing an appropriate health professional may serve you the best. Take care. ...Read more
None. "Meltdown" : is a euphemism for tantrum. BCBA's do a Functional Behavioral Assessment: Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence, then teach parents how to ignore tantrums & other maladaptive behaviors completely & consistently, track the "extinction burst" or ^ in severity & duration then extinction of the behaviors. Kids with ASD have high cortisol levels that rise & persist even higher when stressed. ...Read more
Perhaps: This is more difficult than it seems. All autism spectrum disorders are not alike. Looking at functional brain scans[spect} has taught us this important lesson. Thus, all aspergers folks will not respond to therapy the same way.. In general guanfacine[intuniv] helps many but may have to be combined with Oxcarbazepine [trileptal] or tegretol to achieve the outcome you describe.Functionalbrain scan. ...Read more
The word "Autism", : from the Greek word "aftismos", or " into ones self", was transliterated into English as "autismos". The root word is "auto". Laughing or crying in response to an internal, rather than an environmental, stimulus & lack of Theory of Mind, understanding that others can have a different emotional reaction or point of view in a given situation than oneself, lead to what seems like lack of empathy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can I do if i've been having almost nonstop emotional meltdowns during a day? Is there an urgent care for mental health?
My boyfriend had a mini meltdown (his words not mine) about 3 weeks ago h says not ready to talk Is this normal ? I find it very hurtful
Mini Meltdown: can mean many different things to different people. You sound concerned. Is he secretive in other areas a well? That could be a big problem. Encourage him to speak to someone, e.g., his doctor, a therapist, or a prudent spiritual leader. Peace and good health. We need to respect privacy but communication is also key in any relationship. ...Read more
My daughter is 4, last few months she's been asking the same questions daily and the same routine daily too, if she skips a step its a meltdown. Ocd?
Maybe: Or there are other things it could be too. It could be anxiety. It could be 4 year old behavior. If she's really very rigid and inflexible in her routines and can't handle any deviation, she could be on the autistic spectrum. It's really very important that you discuss this with your pediatrician. The earlier any of these problems is addressed, the better the outcomes tend to be. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son has had a lot of anxiety & meltdowns lately& he''s also had a lot of change; death in the family, started school, we moved. How can I help? 6yr
I would encourage: You to speak with a therapist and consider having your child meet with a play therapist, he is showing signs that he is having trouble coping with all the changes and losses in his life. It will only help him cope with it better. Kids enjoy play therapy and feeling understood by the therapist. Often 6 yr olds fear that they caused the death due to magical thinking. Therapy can help clear this up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter has meltdowns that last anywhere from 20 minutes to hours. During these times she is inconsolable and becomes extremely violent towards ot?
Ignore bad behavior : If your child is between 18 month to 3 then these are tantrums typical of this developmental stage. Ignore most of the fussing and crying, put her in a safe place (her room) hurting others is never ok. Show her this by always using nonviolent punishment and not spanking her. Since I don't know her age, it's hard to say much more specifically. ...Read more
I'm a 28yo f, having hot flashes that last for hrs. I cut aspertame from my diet, still having meltdown flashes. Why & how do I get rid of them?
Not aspartame: The aspartame isn't the problem. There are any possible causes even at your young age. Check w/your doctor for a full evaluation. ...Read more
My nephew is 19 with autism he was put on biploar medicine and anxiety medicine now he has a meltdown everyday could it be that its not the right med?
What are some ways that I can stop or control my meltdowns? Had a big meltdown last night that ended in a hand injury. I need tips.
Anger management: The first step to positive behavioral change is recognizing the problem and wanting to make a change.You may need to see a behavioral therapist to help you learn other behaviors that are more productive and less harmful.Until you can talk to someone, there are lots of things you can try: count to ten, breathe deeply, think about something that always makes you happy. You can do it! It's up to YOU! ...Read more
4 yr old who throws major temper tantrums has multiple meltdowns everyday. Can get physical with you at times. What can/should be done? Desperate!
Talk to your doctor: First, talk with your child's doctor. She may recommend a child therapist or behavior counselor. Give your child choices where you can, but not where you can't. You can say "it's time for bed. Do you want to read a book or sing a song before you go to sleep?" don't say "do you want to go to bed"! avoid unnecessary power struggles and choose your battles. Be consistent with important rules, though. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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