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James, uk, 37, Epilepsy, anxiety, memory recall issues, muscular skeletal disorders. Queary, can static electricity cloth cause issues wi epilepsy?
Not Enough Current!: Yes..if you are a flea.But to get from your skin through your skull past the cerebrospinal fluid deep into your brain would take a lot more than a little static spark.Of course then there's the topic of 'human spontaneous combustion.'but I'll leave you and Google for that.Now, static can screw-up other things,like electrical circuits, and some fine machinery,or the Hindenburg or a gas tank(BOOM!) ...Read more
Bf's online current events/political social media addiction causes intolerable financial&emotional anxiety.NOTHING I try helps@all.Should we separate?
No one can tell you: Clearly you are not content and feel unable to find a solution for changing him. I think it would be a mistake to trust any 'yes/no' answer to your '?'. It might be the way this will go, but there may be other options too. Try to find a therapist to help you think t through and perhaps provide or refer for couples Tx. Be patient as you seek a solution - it will help. ...Read more
Diff between diagnosis as dissociation vs schizophrenic. Alien deep in brain that tortures w/physical, auditory, and visual stuff 2 do 2 you. Abuse in past?
Could be either: Dissociative Identity Disorder and psychosis can both involve hearing voices making hostile and threatening statements. Often in psychosis the voice comes from outside and is not responsive to being addressed. With DID voices are inside and can engage in conversation if addressed. Doctor/therapist may think psychotic without exploring dissociation as a possibility. Careful assessment is a must. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why don't doctors recognize and treat victims of post-ssri sexual dysfunction? Contrary to drug company propaganda, victims are a silenced majority.
Yelling at Doctors: I do not believe this is an appropriate forum for your accusations. The physicians here are here volunteering their time for free; we do not and cannot speak to the specific practice of a physician we do not know. And your accusation is not true of all physicians, including this one. ...Read more
Been having vivid dreams, and want to look into dream analysis. Are there any helpful web sites? I've heard carl jung has some great insights..
Jung societies: Most areas of the country (and much of the world) has jungian societies made up of professional branches (jungian analysts) and interested non professionals. They often hold lectures and seminars. These are a great way to network to find quality groups. If you search for "jung society..." you will find many. If you message me with your area, i will send more info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Freud: Freud was an MD, and started his career as a neurologist, before developing his seminal theories of psychoanalysis. I would say nor only some of Freud's theories, but the psychoanalytic theories that have developed since then to the present time have importance to the medical community, most notable in psychiatry and psychology. ...Read more
Neurologist and author, David Perlmutter, claims that gluten causes Alzheimer's. Can someone provide journal references on research that proves this?
Fully disagree: There is NO solid evidence anywhere that gluten causes Alzheimer's disease, and there is NO relationship with Celiac disease and dementia, but Celiac disease does cause a Peripheral Small Fibre Neuropathy. We have some anecdotal cases of gluten sensitivity affecting MS indirectly, and maybe transient worsening of other conditions, but no Alzheimer's links. ...Read more
Do politics attract abnormal personalities? Any good research to read on correlation between political ideology and psychological pathology?
Apart from adolf hitler and radovan karadzic what other genocidal war criminals are into quackery?
8mo's trouble finding words forgetting what Saying, Paused speech. Boss & cust. notice. drneuropsych said avg score, delayed response. Where go answrs?
Do mental illness exist? Saw various documentaries that psychiatry and psychiatric drugs are all fraud? Planned to visit psychiatrist but now confused
Yes: Mental illness certainly exists. People suffer every day. There are helpful forms of treatment and thank goodness. Shame on anyone who leads you in the direction of not reaching out for help if you need help. It is important to find the right treater for your needs. Your primary care doctor might be able to help with that. Take care of yourself. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Expert witnesses: I had not heard of DR. Samenow until I read your question last night & decided to read up on him. I still don't know that I have a good handle on the answer. But I can say that often behavioral health providers who act as expert witnesses whether it be for the defense or the prosecution, can become known for stance on issues like capacity/ lack of capacity etc. When the behavioral health provider- ...Read more
Terrorism in US: In the US it is a way way over exploited fear mongering by the right wing media and the Republican and TeaParties. There are a few crazies around but that has always been the case in the US. Just realize that you are being manipulated by people appealing to your emotions. The NRA says the way that you will be safer is to have everyone walking around with guns. Think about that for a moment!! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why dx'd BPD by new pdoc?Every1 who knows me(7 yr bf,all friends new&old)is baffled.Im PTSD&Bipolar&USED to self-harm,but many yrs ago.No1 agrees BPD.
Ask the: provider who made the diagnosis which criteria were met. Is "pdoc" used as an abbreviation for psychiatrist or primary care physician? It would be best if the diagnosis was made by a psychiatrist or psychologist who has done a careful assessment using DSM criteria. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is dysgraphia (whole words), forgetting things like a coworker's name, your own zip code, paying bills, etc, common in perimenopause?
Dysgraphia is a : specific learning disability that presents at school age. Signs & symptoms include, but are not limited to, illegible handwriting, inconsistent spacing, poor spatial planning on paper, poor spelling, difficulty composing writing & thinking & writing at the same time. Menopause can be associated with short-term memory & concentration problems, but not the long-term memory deficits you describe. ...Read more
I'm just interested about tianeptine in severe depression, but very limited information in many references, please give some statistics.Best regards.
Right! Sounds good.: It has its' own informational website: http://www.Tianeptine.Com/ the uk & usa seem uninterested, but europe is. An ssre - it works opposite to the common ssri action enhancing reuptake. Chemically a bit like old tricyclics, the side-effects are fairly mild so good for elderly. I'm not sure what stats you seek, but this might start you off. Best regards 2u2. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer