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T.O.P...: Poisoning, alcoholism, disease, trauma, etc. Can produce organic (non-functional) mental illnesses in which a person has a distorted, but transient, sense of what is objective reality. This is to be distinguished from either schizophrenia or related affective disorders. Check out the many "scholarly" articles for more detail and current research. Thanks! ...Read more
One tip: Breath in slowly ; deeply through your nostrils. Fill your lungs with air (but not to the point of discomfort). Hold for a count of five then slowly begin to exhale through an open mouth. Repeat at least 12 times, longer if you need to. If you haven't been assessed for your panic/ anxiety - that would be prudent. Anxiety is no fun but it is treatable. ...Read more
Call dentist: Call your dentist to get it recemented. Until then, keep the temporary crown on the tooth, avoid chewing on it, and if you must floss around it, once you floss in the area, let go of one end of the floss and pull it through the contact laterally; don't pull the floss up to the biting surface as you normally would. If it comes out, put a little toothpaste on the inside then place it back on. ...Read more
Many things: I am guessing that there was a drop in the vision for a short period of time, less than several hours and then restoration to normal. This is age and health dependent but could include vascular insults, embolic events, optic nerve dysfunction, hypotension and a variety of other things. If this has happened only once, you can wait it out but if it happens repeatedly, then see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Temporary: Remember, a temporary crown is only meant to be 'temporary' so during this duration, you need to watch what you 'challenge' the temporary with. Just know that if you use items like taffy, ice, peanut brittle, etc, they generally will win, and your temp will either come out or fracture. ...Read more
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Heat Cold: Muscle iced and massaged, joints warmed up often makes them feel better (unless they are already warm- then put ice on them two. ...Read more
BREATH!: Breath in deeply and slowly through the nose. Hold in the lungs for about a 5 count. Slowly exhale through an open mouth. Repeat x 12. Ahhh - now isn't that better. ...Read more
No: Anxiety is a a state of apprehension and psychic tension that occurs in some forms of mental disorder. There are multiple types of anxiety disorders, all amenable to treatment by psychiatrists and psychotherapists. This is very different from "temporary insanity, " a legal term or defense that attorneys sometimes use in court to explain behaviors that have led to criminal charges. ...Read more
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There are various ailments such as B12 deficiency that can manifest as mental illness which is completely curable
there is also hydrocephalus or fluid on the brain and also depression in the elderly which can be cured with various treatments in certain circumstances which can otherwise show up as pseudodementia. ...Read more
Call your dentist: Call your dentist to get in for recementation, you need to try your best to keep area clean, use otc rinses, etc. Until you can get in. ...Read more
Anxiety is a bully: It's like a 500 lb gorilla - it does pretty much what it chooses to do. So this is normal for anxiety BUT chronic or severe anxiety is not normal. Consider CBT therapy to learn skills to avoid, reduce and manage anxiety. It's possible and can benefit you throughout life (great value). Once it learns to push you around, it has no good reason to just stop - but you can make it temporary! ...Read more
Actions Diet: Weight loss or gain depends on how much you eat and how much you burn (exercise). I recommend you get the Loseit or similar app for you phone and chart calories in and out for 2 weeks and then see if you need to add or subtract calories or exercise to get weight where you want it. Simple in concept difficult in execution. Good luck. ...Read more
Depends: Intermittent blurry vision can mean a lot of things, but commonly can be produced by dry eyes. If you are especially involved with many near tasks, like reading ; computing, your eyes can become blurry, fatigued, and dry. A trial of artificial tears may help comfort and the dryness. Furthermore, if your eyes are blurry near, far, or both, an eye exam is advisable. You just may need glasses. ...Read more
Is lv diastolic dysfuction temporary. I was diagnosed with it and I worry if that is irreversible?
Diastolic: Diastolic dysfunction is caused by various processes. If the cause is reversible, the dysfunction may also be. If it is not, such as genetic hypertrophic cmyo, then the diastolic dysfunction is unlikely to reverse. ...Read more
What can be done to my son whom is 6 years old and been diagnosed with transient esophagael spasms?
HICCUPS?: Try telling him a suspence story and the spasms will disappear. If not see md. ...Read more
I have a temporary crown in would it be bad if I can't go back for my temporary. Because I can't find time.
Permanent?: If you mean can't go back for your permanent, yes it would be bad. The temporary is not permanently sealed and will not protect your tooth from decay and your gums from periodontal disease. It is likely to fall off and if you can't get back soon your teeth will move making harder if not impossible to use the permanent crown that is waiting for you. ...Read more
In bad pain from diagnosed temporary lesion, need to motivate myself to get up, exercise and go out more. How?
Where is the pain: The best exercise program is to start slowly. Think about the htings you like and model the exercise into that mode. This will help the motivation You can this approach with your physician. ...Read more