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Could help: Any type of meditation could help social problems. There are several types of social problems i see, one from children with aspergers and one social anxiety disorder (sad). Sad also response to ssri's, like paxil (paroxetine). Asperger's does not improve with most medications. I have seen improvements with a special water. More info at www. Zbestwater.Info 1 ounce 2x's a day under 13 y/o, to 2 ounce 2x's/d. ...Read more
What can I do to increase my sex drive? Vitamins? Mantras? Anything?! I RARELY feel "in the mood", but I want to be! I'm 23, female. PLEASE HELP!
Check your hormones: Decreased sex drive in a young lady could be from low hormone levels, Testosterone & Estradiol. Need to check your blood for the following tests. CBC, BMP, Testosterone, Estradiol, FSH, Thyroid function tests and Vitamin D3. BioTE Medical certified physicians can make a diagnosis after seeing these results and doing a consultation. We have excellent treatments available through BioTEMedical.com ...Read more
Maha is having her periods after 1 week can contarceptive pills be helpful for her to stop unwanted pregnancy and will the pills stop her periods?
Longer than 7 days?: Normal cycles last < or= 7 days. Longer than that is too long. Test should be done to see why. Birth control pills are 93% effective in typical use, and with consistent and perfect use, 99% effective in preventing pregnancy. They also work well to treat irregular periods, heavy or prolonged periods or bad cramps, but the cause should be found first. ...Read more
Lithium have been off lithium for 19years, feeling manía coming on and self medicating should I go back on it?
See psychiatrist!: If you're off your mood stabilizer, feel mania coming on, and have been "self medicating, " please see a psychiatrist as soon as possible! while lithium may have helped you before, there are newer medications now -- and your condition may now be more complex with the "self medicating." please don't wait for your symptoms to get worse! ...Read more
Tengo una mancha rojisa en la piel de mi pene, aparecio despues de aver tenido relaciones con mi pareja.me pregunto si es una reaccion alergica hacia ?
Mania is at the: Opposite end of the spectrum from depression. It is marked by extreme hyperactivity, e.g., not sleeping, being loud, maybe spending a lot of money or giving things away w/out thinking. Please see a mental health professional for anger management and mood disorder. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can be really bad: In severe mania, people can be very agitated and impulsive -- getting themselves into big trouble sexually, financially, or with careers, school, relationships, etc. They can be psychotic, hallucinating and having delusions. They may not sleep for days. They can have mixed states of mania with depression, and end up committing suicide. Such a person needs emergency psychiatric help. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Mania & managemt.: Mania a distinct period of abnormally & pesistently elevated, expansive/ irritable mood & abnormal increased goal direcrted activity/energy. Last 1 wk. & is present most of day, every day (hospitalization may be necessary). Typically you see inflated self-esteem,grandosity, decreae sleep, talkativeness, distractibility. Treatmt. involves use of antipschotic & often adding a mood stabiliity. ...Read more
If you have severe : mania, you may not be able to slow it down without the help of psychotropic medications. Manic depression is a severe physiological condition which requires medical attention and supervision of the medications by a psychiatrist. In addition, once medication helps get the mania under control, individual and family therapy with a psychologistcan help you make changes in your life and relationships. ...Read more
Elevated Mood: Mania is a symptom of a bipolar illness. This condition is most commonly characterized by having an abnormally elevated mood, along with such other symptoms as an excess of energy, extravagant behavior, rapid speech, reckless spending and hallucinations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When troublesome: So, you could say that luck plays a part. Two people can do the same thing, but one is lucky and there are no injuries or damage. The other does nothing different, but a death occurs. Cookies crumble differently. Also, the behaviors and feelings usually are a bit less extreme. Neither is simply a good mood though, so be careful if you can. Talk with a trusted therapist to learn control tips. ...Read more