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Medical cause for someone in a dream-like extreme dissociative state but no loss of conscious, slowed brain, no sense of time, confabulations, amnesia?

Medical cause for someone in a dream-like extreme dissociative state but no loss of conscious, slowed brain, no sense of time, confabulations, amnesia?

Neurologic/Psycholog: It is necessary to determine the root of your symptoms. A visit to a neurologist is a good place to start. After that a clinical psychologist could be the correct professional. Brain malfunction or psychological trauma may be the cause(s). Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Memory Loss (Definition)

There can be short term memory loss such as "where did I put my keys?" or long term memory loss such as "where did I live as a child?" There also can be catastrophic memory loss such ...Read more


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James, uk, 37, Epilepsy, anxiety, memory recall issues, muscular skeletal disorders. Queary, can static electricity cloth cause issues wi epilepsy?

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

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How would someone with anterograde amnesia perform on an implicit memory task?

How would someone with anterograde amnesia perform on an implicit memory task?

Dysfunctionally: Anterograde amnesia refers to loss of memory after a traumatic event-thus interfering with new learning. ...Read more

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Is the word "pleasant" (patient) in patient notes used ironically?

No: This is used just as it sounds. Providers are in the field because we like people and we are often struck by someone who is especially delightful, kindly, charming, or pleasant in return. It makes our day and sometimes we even pop it into a note. Irony or sarcasm is not something that a provider places in a chart. I think you likely had a compliment! ...Read more

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Does nitric oxide produce wild/lucid dreams? Please, need some answers?

Does nitric oxide produce wild/lucid dreams? Please, need some answers?

Lucid dream/euphoria: In rats, Nitric Oxide stimulates the mesolimbic reward pathway via inducing dopamine release and activating dopaminergic neurons in the ventral tegmental area and nucleus accumbens, presumably through antagonisation of NMDA receptors localised in the system This action has been implicated in its euphoric & lucid effects, and notably, appears to augment its analgesic properties as well. ...Read more

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Is dissociative amnesia a real problem?

Is dissociative amnesia a real problem?

Absolutely: It is the most complex of all of the psychiatric disorders to treat from a medication and psychotherapy perspective. Research articles have documented this problem from the us to europe, scandinavia, russia, and i went to both russia and china to talk to their psychiatrists who see it as well. A great deal of research has come out of the netherlands, and more info is now coming out of germany. ...Read more

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Is coma one of lucid dreaming side effects?

Is coma one of lucid dreaming side effects?

No: Lucid dreaming only means your are aware you are dreaming and can attempt to "control the dream content". You can't go in to a coma from lucid dreaming. ...Read more

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60 Yrs.f.taking rabiprazole,aspirin, rosuvastatin, amlodipine,olmesartan.hd stroke 2 yrs bck.no physicl disabilty.nw tasts bittr all sweet food.reasn?

60 Yrs.f.taking rabiprazole,aspirin, rosuvastatin, amlodipine,olmesartan.hd stroke 2 yrs bck.no physicl disabilty.nw tasts bittr all sweet food.reasn?

Taste dysfunction: Recovery from a stroke takes place as the undamaged parts of the Brain learn to take over the function of the damaged parts, but the more specific functions like taste ans smell, it is much harder for the Brain to recover ...Read more

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Is it common to experience memory loss after status epilepticus coma?

Is it common to experience memory loss after status epilepticus coma?

Yes: Status epilepticus is a life-threatening condition in which seizures are prolonged and affect much of the brain. Someone can be in a coma with se either because of prolonged seizures or because of meds used to stop the seizure. In either case once the seizures stop it can take time to recover. If the seizures are very prolonged damage to the brain can occur. ...Read more

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Could "ngi112" meditate or lucid dream?

Could "ngi112" meditate or lucid dream?

Spent a while: trying to research ngi112. Are you referring to Northern Ghost Investigators? Saw things about astral projections, meditation, fantasy games, making dreams come true. Frankly, I really couldn't figure this one out. ...Read more

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Bonjour, Quels procédés naturels permettent de soigner une toux sèche ?

Bonjour,

Quels procédés naturels permettent de soigner une toux sèche ?

Dry cough: Warm tea with lemon and honey. Salt water gargling. cool mist vaporizer in the room/humidifier/ or simply a pan of water which will evaporate into the air for humidity. If it persists, please see a physician to make sure it isn't something more serious. If smoking, please consider quitting. ...Read more

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I'm online now. Type your question here. Expecting phenobarb coma tomorrow for partial seizure status. What can we expect in recovery from coma?

I'm online now. Type your question here. Expecting phenobarb coma tomorrow for partial seizure status. What can we expect in recovery from coma?

COMA: What was the cause of the COMA? The reason for the COMA determines the recovery. For example a heroine addict can be in a COMA from overdose, but be back to normal mentation in minutes with narcan. However if someone had head injury or some infection causing COMA recovery can be awhile. ...Read more

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I'm suffering of insomnia, wernicke's aphasia, amnesia and ocd, myopia, apd, etcetera. Am i still healthy?

Depends: As none of these conditions are life threatening or leave you unable to function at least somewhat in most daily activities - perhaps w/ errors and needing some aid or assistance - it could be said that you are healthy COMPARED to others. But your list is long and serious enough that you do suffer some and feel particularly bad at times. Things are relative. Take care of yourself and find support. ...Read more

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Hypnosis to uncover the subconcious like freud still ok?

Hypnosis to uncover the subconcious like freud still ok?

Yes: Techniques involving hypnosis can be very helpful in identifying past stressful events which can lead to symptoms. Sometimes, the symptoms can be relieved without delving into past experiences, but when the symptoms are not helped or relapse, hypnosis can indeed be very effective. ...Read more

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After fugue (dissociative disorder) would you regain your memories?

After fugue (dissociative disorder) would you regain your memories?

Depends upon ego : If the person has a strong ego, they may be able to recall under hypnosis or using ideomotor signaling what exactly occurred during the fugue state. If the person does not have enough personality strength, their mind may not allow access to the memories, especially if especially painful or disgusting to the host personality. ...Read more

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Dental phobia since botched intubation: how effective are drugs, sedatives?

Dental phobia since botched intubation: how effective are drugs, sedatives?

Works very well: A trained doctor in sedation will make your experience smooth and easy. Sorry to hear about the incident. ...Read more

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What type of aphasia affects the stroke patient's ability to understand sarcasm, connotations, etc?

What type of aphasia affects the stroke patient's ability to understand sarcasm, connotations, etc?

Usually R side.: Whereas stroke in the left hemisphere can affect a patient's ability to speak or to understand the words of speech, strokes in the right hemisphere (especially temporal and parietal) can affect the ability to understand the non-word aspects of language, such as tone, sarcasm, innuendo. ...Read more

Dr. Paul Gilson
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Amnesia (Definition)

Amnesia is forgetfulness, which can be ...Read more