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Self Medicate Kidney
No need to separate: Best to deal with all as they are each so closely inter-related. ...Read more
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
Options: There are both talk and medication therapies for the symptoms you describe. The first step to determining the correct treatment for you is a thorough evaluation. You can discuss your symptoms and the risks and benefits of all the different types of treatments. Then you'll be able to select a treatment regimen that is uniquely suited to your situaltion ...Read more
Yes: It is very important that a self-harmer be evaluated by a medical professional due to the complexity of the underlying cause. Psychiatric and personality disorders are common in individuals who self-harm, which in turn can be an indicator of depression and/or psychological problems. The most common form of self-harm involves cutting of the skin using a sharp instrument. Seek care asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Terminal illness and husband self destructing, emotionally hurting 3 teenage daughters. Advice please, i'm desperate?
In tough spot!: Consider seeing an acupuncturist and chinese medicine practitioner for the one with the terminal illness. It is amazing what can happen. The girls and father need counseling! he may be hurting so badly that he is taking it out on those he loves and does not see the damage he is causing. Our prayers are with you. Talk to your church pastor if you go and have one... ...Read more
Self Esteem: You probably need to uncover the roots of your loss of esteem and development of anxiety. Try using the free anti anxiety app featured on the soundmindz.Org web site for daily and ongoing support and eduction. Consult a clinical psychologist if your esteem does not rise as psychotherapy can be very effective in combating low self worth. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please don't: Self-medicate for depression. Visit your doc for an exam and one medical problems are ruled out you can see a mental health professional. A nutritionist or natural doc can help you also. David burns book "feeling good" is an excellent self-help tool. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Voices Within Us: It's painful not 2feel good about urself. I wonder what kind of "mirroring" u got when u were young -what u heard about urself from adults around u, esp ur caregivers, while growing up. If their voices were critical & harsh, vs nurturing & encouraging. I wonder if u felt criticized 4ur appearance or u heard adults being critical of own/others' looks. We tend 2absorb msgs we hear repeatedly as kids. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Self-harm: Habitual self-harm can be one of features of borderline personality disorder where there is identity diffusion & the act is resorted to in attempt to enlist feeling of temporary relief of discomfort that results from painful traumatic memories. Consult a therapist who specializes with dialectical behavior therapy. Also, treating underlying mood disorder helps. ...Read more
Immune to oral antibiotics, weekly gentamiacin injections not killing kidney and bladder infections. Kidney stone removal far off, will that help?
Voices You Carry: It's a painful thing not 2 feel good about urself. I wonder what kind of "mirroring" u got when you were young - what u heard about urself from adults around u, esp ur caregivers, while growing up. If their voices were critical & harsh, vs. Nurturing & encouraging ... If they did not seem 2 notice the positive things u were doing ... U may still be carrying around their judgments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If you are engaging: In self harm please look into getting help now. Self mutilation may distract you from your emotional pain but it will not solve problems and can lead to serious medical problems. Please consider looking into dialectical behavioral therapy (a form of cognitive behavioral therapy), . ...Read more
DepressionWithdrawal: low-motivation, lack of protecting own safety/self- injury & any of a variety of behaviors which demonstrate a lack of self-respect, self-caring, self-love, seeking & expecting appropriate appreciation from others. These can also result is multiple bodily function problems. Are you asking for yourself, a friend, a family member, someone else? Study & seek help worthy of your trust. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depression, insomnia, now hearing voices, (nothing advising harm of self or others) he refuses to consider medication. Any natural and safe solutions?
Low Self Esteem: Uncover the reasons you lost your esteem, confide in someone close to you to help attain an accurate view of yourself. Read the articles on anxiety and depression on the soundmindz.Org web site for support and insights. Consult a clinical psychologist as psychotherapy can be very helpful in increasing self worth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Look beyondyour skin: Hard to assess how severe the acne is as you have also listed OCD as a problem, suggesting that you may amplify the condition in your mind.But a therapist would first make sure that a dermatologist is on board w you.Next, a thorough assessment of what you want out of life and how you are going about getting it would help you to put the focus back on achieving the goals that are meaningful to you. ...Read more