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How could a person with very limited mobility somehow create brain endorphins for a sense of well-being?

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Dr. Donald Hazlett
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Being creative helps

Physical exercise isn't the only thing that can create endorphins.
Within the mobility limits surely there is something one can do to be creative. It has to be something the person likes and can actually do. Trying something that is unrealistic because it sounds good but is beyond the persons ability or interests to do is going backwards. Choose carefully and it can help.

In brief: Being creative helps

Physical exercise isn't the only thing that can create endorphins.
Within the mobility limits surely there is something one can do to be creative. It has to be something the person likes and can actually do. Trying something that is unrealistic because it sounds good but is beyond the persons ability or interests to do is going backwards. Choose carefully and it can help.
Dr. Donald Hazlett
Dr. Donald Hazlett
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Dr. Bassam Amawi
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Complication of Tics

Shame, embarrassing and social ostracism. Fequrnt motor tics.
May lead to articular damage , and frequent sensory tics may lead to sufficient scratching to cause excoriation.

In brief: Complication of Tics

Shame, embarrassing and social ostracism. Fequrnt motor tics.
May lead to articular damage , and frequent sensory tics may lead to sufficient scratching to cause excoriation.
Dr. Bassam Amawi
Dr. Bassam Amawi
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