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Learn Medicinal Herb
Books & schools:
There are many excellent books on herbal medicine. One that I highly recommend is
medical herbalism: the science principles and practices of herbal medicine by david hoffman.
There are also many courses on herbal medicine, some in-person and many online. A guide to these courses is at http://www. Naturalhealers. Com/qa/herbal. Html. ...Read more
Which supplement/herb/vitamin can help improve mental focus, memory, learning etc and is safe to take with ssris? And which should I stay away from?
Learn to trust: Yes. The best example of it occurs in children, who for example had an initial bad experience with a dog and end up afraid of all dogs. If the child can then have successful experience with a small, safe dog repeatedly he can learn to trust dogs again. Adults can do the same thing, although it's a little more complicated. Successful experiences in small ways is the key. ...Read more
Inevitable, meaning?: Broad subject for 400chars! Life ends in different ways & at different times. Many scientific, personal & spiritual questions. We don't know what comes next, but can choose what we want our life to mean while we're here. More specific question? ...Read more
Lifetime learning: Start with a tennis ball & a deck of cards on the dinner table. The tennis ball is your 1 cup serving of vegetables and the deck of cards is the grilled meat portion you have for your meal. Subscribe to a daily email service to have continued additions to your lifetime of learning and gradual adjustment of dietary changes and portion control you want to make. You can't do it all at once: go slow! ...Read more
Around 2 years: Most children can begin to recognize and point out 1 or 2 colors by 2 years. Some as early as 18 months. Language development is happening at an astonishing speed during this time, so make sure you are naming everything and its color around you! By 4 years a child typically will know about 4 colors. The best way to help them learn is by example and showing them the world around them. ...Read more
Loving your body: First, focus on being healthy and what it brings you -- rather than focusing on external appearances or obtaining an ideal body. Feed your body nourishing food and see how it makes you feel. Speak to yourself as you would someone you love -- with the same compassion, patience, and care. Your body hears what you say, and how you say it. A psychologist can help you with personal work on this. ...Read more
Age & impact varies: Early childhood is marked by fantacy & imagination, lies equate to bad choices often made spontaneously as a coverup. As the tooth fairy and santa fade from their belief system at 6 to 10, they are integrating thoughts & understand right & wrong with black & white clarity, so lies are more important. The mid to late teen years are marked by more understanding and can be considered like adults. ...Read more
Classic challenge: Self-control has always been recognized as the great challenge of life. ("a man who is master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent a pleasure"--oscar wilde). There are many disciplines that help in this: education, spirituality, self-knowledge, religion, psychotherapy--with much overlap. There is no simple answer, alas. Sometimes medical conditions require treatment. ...Read more
Internet, agents: Insurance plans are mysteriously written and designed to attract your money while obscuring the benefits. There is much on the internet of help. A financial planner can help and some but not all insurance agents have your interest at heart. Hopefully you have a plan through work. Always ask questions, especially what is covered if you get various conditions. ...Read more
Write a list of what: You love about yourself, and then a list of compliments. Write a list of the things you love about people. Say I accept this, I love this, I like this about myself. It really lets you know where you stand on certain things. Then go to a counselor and discuss how you feel about yourself. Good luck. ...Read more
Controversial?: The conventional wisdom and 12 step program philosophy and teachings would say that he or she cannot learn to use in moderation. That being said, there are certainly some who can and do accomplish this. Many young people who drank and drugged heavily in college seem to "mature out" of it, without treatment. A program managed moderation teaches this with, in my experience, mixed results. ...Read more
Neither: Children learn by precept and example. "coddling" is very bad for it introduces lack of confidence and self reliance. Scolding is appropriate if delivered properly for the child's benefit. Discipline is often missing completely or delivered in anger. Child raising is the most important profession and is learned unfortunately in on the job training. ...Read more
Support group: This is exactly what support groups are there for. I would highly recommend that you seek out a celebrate recovery or narcotics anonymous group and start working the steps as soon as possible. ...Read more
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Absolutely: Emotional hurt can cause us to shut down and keep our feelings inside and avoid emotional bonds with others to avoid getting hurt again. Often counseling can be helpful to work thru those hurt feelings and allow one to regain trust in others. I feel a strong relationship with god can also be helpful to again open up and experience the joy of an emotionally close relationship. Get started today! ...Read more