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My Experiences with Psychosis  | Hormone Imbalance Can Cause Mental Illness
 
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Visit My Blog and Read My Hormone Balance Story: http://update.dorisking.net/?p=358 Take Dr. Lee's Hormone Balance Test: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/resource_hormonetest.html Buy Hormone Balance Made Simple: http://www.amazon.com/John-Lees-Hormone-Balance-Simple/dp/044669438X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429437053&sr=8-1&keywords=hormone+balance+made+simple Information On Estrogen Dominance: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/estrogen_dom.html Questions? Comments? Email me at mentalhealthdoris@gmail.com. Thanks for watching!! ***TECH INFO*** Camera: Canon 70D Lens: Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 Videos Prior to 2018: Camera: Sony Nex 5T with Kit Lens or Logitech Webcam Make sure to Like, Favorite and Share this video and Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/DorisKingTV?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 722 Mental Health Doris
Hormones and Mental Illness in Women - PMDD / Depression and the Pill / Perimenopausal Depression
 
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There are Psychiatric illnesses that are hormone related. PMS PMDD Perimenopausal Depression / Late onset Borderline Psychosis Relapse Depression and the Pill Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder 80% of women have some challenge relating to menses, 40% have PMS, 10-15% have PMDD For PMDD hormone treatments are very important Suggested first line 1. OCP –continuous. We favour Zoely – natural estradiol + nomegestrol acetate 2. OCP + estradiol 2nd Line treatments 1. SSRI’s – use short half life drugs, less agitating ones – citalopram, sertraline. Agomelatine. pharmacogenomics testing to ensure sensitivity and reactivity to medication. 3rd line treatments SSRI+ estradiol SSRI + aldosterone 4th line GnRH agonist drugs (e.g Synarel) + add back estradiol (chemical menopause) General Treatment Issues in Women: Short Half life SSRI’s SNRI’s more effective in post menopausal women Agomelatine & Votrioxetine useful in women. PErimonopause and Depression 16 times increased rate of depression in Perimenopausal period The brain changes occur well before the body changes of menopause The CNS changes may occur up to 5 years before hot flushes and amenorrhoea
Views: 2914 PsychScene Hub
Schizophrenia in Women - The Role of Hormones and Estrogen Modulating Agents
 
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Estrogen is a neuroprotective agent and the estrogen protection hypothesis is implicated in the development of schizophrenia in women. In women estrogen delays the onset of schizophrenia. In the peri-menopausal period, fading estrogen secretion in vulnerable women can increase the risk of schizophrenia. The ADEPT trial showed that addition of transdermal estrogen (100 or 200 mcg) to antipsychotic therapy improved symptoms of schizophrenia. Selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERM's) such as Raloxifene exerts similar neurotransmitter effects to estradiol within the brain, while acting primarily as an estrogen antagonist in breast tissue and the endometrium. In women with refractory schizophrenia, raloxifene is a promising, well-tolerated agent that has potential application in clinical practice. Thus, schizophrenia in women has a strong hormonal basis and should be taken into account in clincial practice.
Views: 226 PsychScene Hub
Psychosis explained simply [Introduction to Drug-Indcued Psychosis]
 
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What Causes Psychosis? Is it biological? Environmental? Can it be induced later on in Life? In this video we focus on two factors that are known to contribute to Psychotic symptoms: anatomical abnormalities and neurotransmitter dysfunction. brain imaging tests of twins; one of which is Schizophrenic and the other is healthy show clear anatomical abnormalities. Neurotransmitter imbalance specifically in the Mesolimbic and the Mesocrtical system are also known to cause Psychotic symptoms. These symptoms are not just Biological they can be induced with drugs so it is important to study the risks before ingesting anything. A very important concept in neurology is that the body is all about balance or homeostasis. For example we will learn that too much or too little of one hormone or neurotransmitter can cause 2 opposing conditions. But what’s the opposite of hallucinations or delusions? What’s the opposite of Positive symptoms in schizophrenia? Positive symptoms seem to have no normal counterpart in the average brain. That is why understanding Psychosis is so interesting.
Views: 3652 Michael Mouris
YOUR PERIOD, hormones & mental health!
 
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Click here to get the CLUE app: https://xq5r.app.link/w3R3TyXp4B Thank you to Clue for sponsoring this video! #ad There are so many hormones involved in our monthly menstrual cycle. They are responsible for the release of the egg, the building and shedding of our uterine lining, and how we feel! Here are the 5 hormones involved in our monthly cycle: 1. Estrogen! This is the one we hear about the most, and it is often called the growth hormone because it helps grow the lining of our uterus so that if we do become pregnant, it can keep the egg safe and help it grow. Estrogen is a female sex hormone that is produced in our ovaries, fat cells and our adrenal glands. 2. Progesterone. This one we don't hear about as often but it balances the effects of estrogen. Meaning, that if we aren't pregnant, our progesterone levels will rise and the lining of our uterus will shed. It is another female sex hormone, and it's fluctuation can also cause the symptoms of PMS and PMDD. 3. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH). This hormone helps stimulate our ovaries and mature an egg so that it can be ready to be released. 4. Luteinizing Hormone (LH). This hormone is responsible for the actual release of the mature egg. 5. Testosterone. This hormone increases right before our period and during ovulation. It increases our sex drive as well as helping keep our bone density and muscle mass up. So that if we do become pregnant, we can actually handle being pregnant and have the baby. We have a lot going on each and every month! So many hormones shifting and making our cycles possible. Whenever one of my clients talks about having bad PMS or PMDD I always ask them to track their mood. I often have them write it down each day so that we can see when it's hardest for them. That's why I decided to work with Clue app. It's a period tracking app that also allows you to track your mood and physical pain. The more you tell it, the better it gets at predicting your mood and PMS symptoms. Check it out! I find it helpful to know when we may feel bad so that we can plan ahead! xox ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ****PLEASE READ**** If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room. ------------------------------------------ BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon Patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. xoxo https://www.patreon.com/katimorton --------------------------------------------------------- I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos - Depression, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Self-Harm and more! Mental health shouldn't have a stigma attached to it. You're worth the fight! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ New Videos every Monday and Thursday! Visit http://www.katimorton.com for community support! MERCH! https://store.dftba.com/collections/kati-morton PATREON https://www.patreon.com/katimorton TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/katimorton FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 TUMBLR http://www.katimorton.tumblr.com PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Subscribe! http://bit.ly/2j2frsv ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SENDING KATI STUFF PO Box 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HELP! SUBTITLE VIDEOS http://goo.gl/OZOQXi Subtitle videos if you know English or any other languages! You can help people who are either hearing impaired or non native English speaking. By doing this, you are helping others and strengthening our community. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MY FREE WORKBOOKS Easy to follow at home workbooks for your mental health.... Self-Harm workbook http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC LGTBQ workbook http://goo.gl/WG8jcZ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- KATIFAQ VIDEOS Wondering if I have answered a question like yours? Search for it here: http://goo.gl/1ECSlO Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/9t0o/
Views: 34290 Kati Morton
Estrogen and Psychosis
 
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Estrogen and Psychosis
Views: 166 Elizabeth White
Understanding the Progesterone to Estrogen Saliva Ratio | Hormone Imbalance Can Cause Mental Illness
 
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Visit My Blog and Read My Hormone Balance Story: http://update.dorisking.net/?p=358 Take Dr. Lee's Hormone Balance Test: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/resource_hormonetest.html Buy Hormone Balance Made Simple: http://www.amazon.com/John-Lees-Hormone-Balance-Simple/dp/044669438X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429437053&sr=8-1&keywords=hormone+balance+made+simple Information On Estrogen Dominance: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/estrogen_dom.html Questions? Comments? Email me at mentalhealthdoris@gmail.com. Thanks for watching!! ***TECH INFO*** Camera: Canon 70D Lens: Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 Videos Prior to 2018: Camera: Sony Nex 5T with Kit Lens or Logitech Webcam Make sure to Like, Favorite and Share this video and Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/DorisKingTV?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 979 Mental Health Doris
Going on Hormones with a Mental Health Diagnosis--HRT
 
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Some transgender people are discouraged from going on hormones because they are unaware of what will happen with their mental health diagnosis. I have worked with people with a variety of mental health diagnoses including depression, (major depression and dysthmia), anxiety (generalized anxiety and panic), mood related diagnoses, (bipolar I and bipolar II), psychosis (schizoaffective),autism spectrum, (Asperger's and autism), and ADHD. This video provides information on the most common outcome regarding HRT's influence on your mental health diagnosis, based upon my experience, and ideas on what to do if you have some concern. Some transgender people are discouraged from going on hormones because they are unaware of what will happen with their mental health diagnosis. I have worked with people with a variety of mental health diagnoses including depression, (major depression and dysthmia), anxiety (generalized anxiety and panic), mood related diagnoses, (bipolar I and bipolar II), psychosis (schizoaffective),autism spectrum, (Asperger's and autism), and ADHD. This video provides information on the most common outcome and ideas on what to do if you have some concern. If you can afford to donate, you can do so through paypal via this link. Thank you! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=RPSXLN5RH6PHQ I work as a mental health professional, as I stated, and am working on my dissertation at this time; therefore, I may not have much time to read through all of the comments.
Views: 12955 The Transition Channel
Hypersexuality as a Result of Abuse | Kati Morton
 
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Those of us who have been sexually abused or assaulted can struggle with our sexuality and sex life afterward. Today we talk about why many who have been abused or assaulted end up feeling very hypersexual. Meaning that we will want sex frequently, and even place ourselves in unsafe situations in order to have sex. It can be done impulsively, and without much care for our safety or wellness. In my experience, there are 3 reasons we act out in this way. 1. To regain control! Since being abused can cause us to feel like we have no control over our body and what happens to it, we can use sex as a way to show we have taken over that control. Meaning that we get to decide when we want sex, with whom, and how often. In a way, we are showing that instead of someone else deciding, we now decide. 2. Validation. If the abuse or assault happened in our formative years, we can grow up thinking that love, support, and validation come in the form of sex. This may have been the only time someone gave us one on one attention or told us they loved us. Therefore, we can grow up thinking that sex is the only way someone can show us, love. Being hypersexual really just means that we are seeking out love, support, and validation, which is something we all need. 3. Chemical. I know this sounds a bit odd, but sex releases feel-good hormones and neurotransmitters when we have sex. Therefore, we can actually become addicted to it. Since we may have lived much of our life getting this "high" from sex without knowing what it was, we can miss that feeling and seek it out. This leads to hypersexuality and is usually why many find themselves in risky situations because we are seeking it out no matter what the cost just so we can feel that way again. Know that the majority of those who have been through sexual abuse or assault are hypersexual as a result. I am sure there are many more reasons for this, so please share your thoughts in the comments. I hope this helps you realize that you are not alone, and how you feel is very normal. The best way to treat hypersexuality as a result of sexual abuse or assault is to see a trauma therapy and an addiction specialist. That way we can not only treat that chemical urge to seek sex out but also help you heal from the sexual trauma you sustained as a child. With both of these treatments on board, you can heal from your past and live the life you deserve. xoxo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ****PLEASE READ**** If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call a local emergency telephone number or go immediately to the nearest emergency room. ------------------------------------------ BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon Patrons! Without you, I couldn't keep creating videos. xoxo https://www.patreon.com/katimorton --------------------------------------------------------- I'm Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos - Depression, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Self-Harm and more! Mental health shouldn't have a stigma attached to it. You're worth the fight! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ New Videos every Monday and Thursday! Visit http://www.katimorton.com for community support! MERCH! https://store.dftba.com/collections/kati-morton PATREON https://www.patreon.com/katimorton TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/katimorton FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 TUMBLR http://www.katimorton.tumblr.com PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 Subscribe! http://bit.ly/2j2frsv ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SENDING KATI STUFF PO Box 1223 Wilshire Blvd. #665 Santa Monica, CA 90403 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HELP! SUBTITLE VIDEOS http://goo.gl/OZOQXi Subtitle videos if you know English or any other languages! You can help people who are either hearing impaired or non native English speaking. By doing this, you are helping others and strengthening our community. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MY FREE WORKBOOKS Easy to follow at home workbooks for your mental health.... Self-Harm workbook http://goo.gl/N7LtwU Eating Disorder workbook http://goo.gl/DjOmkC LGTBQ workbook http://goo.gl/WG8jcZ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- KATIFAQ VIDEOS Wondering if I have answered a question like yours? Search for it here: http://goo.gl/1ECSlO Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/72H3/
Views: 33564 Kati Morton
Premorbid and Prodromal Schizophrenia
 
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Dr. Rona Hu explains the course of and early life risk factors for schizophrenia. Originally presented at the NEI Congress. NEI Members can view the full presentation at http://www.neiglobal.com/Members/Encore/EncHldrM/tabid/495/action/case/args/CT_AT-ENC17-16CNG-06/Default.aspx.
Views: 1139 NEI Psychopharm
Many Psychological And Psychiatric Illnesses Are Not In Your Head, But In Your Hormones
 
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Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, OCD, and Schizophrenia and Hormone Deficiencies: Not in your head, but in your hormones! We have been trying to expand our ability to improve the health and happiness of every patient who comes to our BioBalance Health practice. In researching some of the challenging conditions we see, we have discovered amazing research thanks to the work of Dr. Mark Gordon, from Millennium Health Centers. We find that some psychological and psychiatric disorders can be treated by normalizing hormone levels.
Root causes of Infertility: IVF, hormones, baby health: Try NOT to conceive if you have disease!
 
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A look at the true causes of infertility and why I feel it's best not to artificially conceive or use IVF treatments while sick with interstitial cystitis or other diseases. Vaccine video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKnMVJHdHKM Pregnancy and brestfeeding video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UWrhgBo-E4 All the content found in my Channel, videos and website is created for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or to help you decide which treatment options best and safest for you!
Views: 4018 Montreal Healthy Girl
Bell's Palsy and Steroid Psychosis and Anxiety Attacks (Oh My)!
 
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I had Bell's Palsy for about 4 weeks. I was given Prednisone to help speed the healing and had a bad reaction to it (sometimes called Steroid Psychosis 05:32), which induced anxiety and panic attacks among other symptoms. I wanted to create this video to document my experience for anyone who might be going through it and wants to know what to expect.
Views: 192 Jessica Render
How Do Antidepressants And Antipsychotic Drugs Change Your Brain? with Robert Whitaker
 
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Schizophrenics in the United States currently fare worse than patients in the world’s poorest countries. Medical journalist Robert Whitaker argues that modern treatments for the severely mentally ill are just old medicine in new bottles, and that we as a society are deeply deluded about their efficacy. The widespread use of lobotomies in the 1920's and 1930's gave way in the 1950's to electroshock and a wave of new drugs. In what is perhaps Robert Whitaker’s most damning revelation, he examines how drug companies in the 1980's and 1990's skewed their studies to prove that new anti-psychotic drugs were more effective than the old, while keeping patients in the dark about dangerous side effects. Robert Whitaker raises important questions about our obligations to the mad, the meaning of “insanity,” and what we value most about the human mind. Passionate believers in whole food plant based diets, no chemicals, minimal pharmaceutical drugs, no GMO's. Fighting to stop climate change and extinction.
How Much Progesterone to Take | Low Progesterone Can Cause Mental Illness
 
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Visit My Blog and Read My Hormone Balance Story: http://update.dorisking.net/?p=358 Take Dr. Lee's Hormone Balance Test: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/resource_hormonetest.html Buy Hormone Balance Made Simple: http://www.amazon.com/John-Lees-Hormone-Balance-Simple/dp/044669438X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429437053&sr=8-1&keywords=hormone+balance+made+simple Information On Estrogen Dominance: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/estrogen_dom.html Questions? Comments? Email me at mentalhealthdoris@gmail.com. Thanks for watching!! ***TECH INFO*** Camera: Canon 70D Lens: Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 Videos Prior to 2018: Camera: Sony Nex 5T with Kit Lens or Logitech Webcam Make sure to Like, Favorite and Share this video and Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/DorisKingTV?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 1816 Mental Health Doris
Side Effects of Antipsychotic Drugs | Schizophrenia
 
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Watch more How to Understand Schizophrenia videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512799-Side-Effects-of-Antipsychotic-Drugs-Schizophrenia Anti-psychotic medications are very useful and have helped many people with schizophrenia to lead healthy and productive lives by taking care of some of the symptoms, including delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, disorganized behavior, and negative symptoms, or lack of motivation that may come with schizophrenia. However, they don't come without side effects. I'm going to talk with you about four different categories of side effects that seem to be very common. One is what we call extrapyramidal symptoms. Those are motor or movement side effects of these medications. The older anti-psychotics tend to have more of these side effects. They include feeling stiff in your muscles, having tremor in your hands or in your body, feeling restless and unable to sit still, or having what we call tardive dyskynesia. That occurs over time, where you might have movements of your mouth or of your limbs that are repetitive and that appear after a period of treatment. Those are the extrapyramidal symptoms, or EPS. They're more common with the older medications. With the newer medications, the more common side effects tend to be what we call the metabolic side effects, or cardiometabolic side effects. Those include weight gain, an increased blood sugar or risk for diabetes, and an increased cholesterol. Initially, we were really excited about all of the new anti-psychotic medications. Then, when we saw how people gained weight and got more heart disease, partly related to the medications, we started to see that there was a big risk there, because really, it's heart disease and diabetes that tend to be the things that lead to early mortality in people with schizophrenia. So, that's the second category of side effects. There's also anticholinergic side effects. Those include dry mouth, feeling flushed or hot, having constipation. Those are things that tend to happen with the anticholinergic side effects. Different medications, both old and new, have more or less anticholinergic side effects. One last category that I'll mention is prolactin. Prolactin is a body hormone that you have. For some of our anti-psychotic medications, in particular Risperidone, is probably the biggest culprit, increase prolactin production. What happens, then, is that women especially may not have their periods, they may have difficulty conceiving a child. And, for some people, there's breast enlargement and even lactation, both men and women. That can be a very disruptive side effect, obviously, and needs to be addressed. If you have side effects with anti-psychotic medications, definitely, there's many choices of anti-psychotic medication, and so you should speak with your doctor or psychiatrist about it, because they can try different things to see what works best for you and causes the least burden of side effects to you. Many people have no side effects at all from anti-psychotic medications, thank goodness. If you have schizophrenia and you're thinking about medications, find a treatment provider you trust so you can work on finding the right medication for you.
Views: 57649 Howcast
Women, hormones, stress and anxiety: watch the Mini-Psych School's presentation
 
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Women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men. And while hormones can be a factor in this, cultural prejudices that persist in the education of girls cause the greatest harm. How can "normal" stress be distinguished from an anxiety disorder and which strategies are the most helpful? There's good news: control over fear is possible, one step at a time. Listen to the talk by Psychologist Valentina Munoz, PhD, as part of Mini Psych-School 2013. For information on other courses, please go to Mini-Psych School. http://www.douglas.qc.ca/section/mini-psych-school-2013-353
What would happen if you didn’t sleep? - Claudia Aguirre
 
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-would-happen-if-you-didn-t-sleep-claudia-aguirre In the United States, it’s estimated that 30 percent of adults and 66 percent of adolescents are regularly sleep-deprived. This isn’t just a minor inconvenience: staying awake can cause serious bodily harm. Claudia Aguirre shows what happens to your body and brain when you skip sleep. Lesson by Claudia Aguirre, animation by TED-Ed.
Views: 5231137 TED-Ed
Bipolar disorder (depression & mania) - causes, symptoms, treatment & pathology
 
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What is bipolar disorder? Bipolar disorder, sometimes known as manic depression, is a type of mental disorder where people experience periods of extreme lows, known as depression, as well as periods of extreme highs, or manic episodes. If you feel you relate to our video, there is help. If you're depressed and want to talk to someone, there are people who will listen to you. Here is a link to distress helplines around the world. It's not just for people thinking of suicide. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Thank you to our Patreon supporters: Alex Wright Omar Berrios Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
Views: 343152 Osmosis
The True Cause of Postpartum Depression
 
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Postpartum Depression, Childbirth and Hormones: How are they all related? Watch as Dr. Steven Hotze covers how hormone imbalance can affect women in their daily lives and especially after childbirth. ➡️➡️ Don’t forget to subscribe to us for our weekly videos! http://bit.ly/2vFOnWZ ⬅️⬅️ Follow us on social media! • www.facebook.com/HotzeHWC/ • www.twitter.com/hotzehealth ***All comments in the video are professional opinions of Dr. Steve Hotze. This video does not substitute for medical treatment or in-person consultation. Hotze Health and Wellness YouTube channel serves as a guide for those interested in natural treatments. For more information or to schedule an appointment with Hotze Health and Wellness, please visit: www.hotzehwc.com.
PMS and PMDD - Mental Health Videos with Kati Morton
 
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PMS and PMDD - Mental Health Videos with Kati Morton Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or perimenstrual syndrome is a collection of emotional symptoms, with or without physical symptoms, related to a woman's menstrual cycle. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a severe form of premenstrual syndrome, afflicting 3% to 8% of women. Kati Morton, MFTI Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/katimorton Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=katimorton Playlist Complete "Healthy Mind, Healthy Body!": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqzvKjM9HCbL1sWxsWJSRLNK Types of Eating Disorders: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqz_CKEMjHx8o-umO1TzzaDr Eating Disorders Explained: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAB41960D35357E06 Dietitian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqx8b27IXCAQNcpfMtcwmiXD Self-Harm: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqxUuzhjHu7Ra_UyKd4tEde2 Live Broadcasts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqxDKOXuVu3Uho-409fNOEAl Kind words from you: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_loxoCVsWqxJnRXSOBkq1bKm6S8vUE_M Help Techniques: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL14F50E070238DF4E My other sites: My Website: https://www.katimorton.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/katimorton Tumblr: https://www.katimorton.tumblr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katimorton1 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/katimorton1 For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages: http://ChannelPages.com/KatiMorton -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Mitchell Davis talks Agoraphobia, OCD & Panic Attacks | On The Couch Ep. 3 with Kati Morton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8gUzMUuXY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Ck5h/
Views: 50710 Kati Morton
How Puberty Aggravates ADHD Symptoms
 
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Learn more: https://www.additudemag.com/boys-2-men-when-adhd-and-puberty-collide/ In one way or another, hormonal changes directly impact most adolescents’ ADHD symptoms. But the shift can look different for males and females.  In this video, learn how to navigate the currents of puberty and ADHD  — what to watch out for, and how you can help your child navigate these changes.
Views: 750 ADDitude Magazine
Impulse Control | Mania and Adrenaline | Hormone Imbalance Can Cause Mental Illness
 
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Visit My Blog and Read My Hormone Balance Story: http://update.dorisking.net/?p=358 Take Dr. Lee's Hormone Balance Test: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/resource_hormonetest.html Buy Hormone Balance Made Simple: http://www.amazon.com/John-Lees-Hormone-Balance-Simple/dp/044669438X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1429437053&sr=8-1&keywords=hormone+balance+made+simple Information On Estrogen Dominance: http://www.johnleemd.com/store/estrogen_dom.html Questions? Comments? Email me at mentalhealthdoris@gmail.com. Thanks for watching!! ***TECH INFO*** Camera: Canon 70D Lens: Sigma 17-50mm 2.8 Videos Prior to 2018: Camera: Sony Nex 5T with Kit Lens or Logitech Webcam Make sure to Like, Favorite and Share this video and Subscribe at http://www.YouTube.com/DorisKingTV?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 263 Mental Health Doris
Bipolar Psychosis Experience: Psychotic Breaks
 
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What does bipolar psychosis feel like? Here's a first-hand experience with bipolar psychosis, a psychotic break from reality. Watch. Visit http://www.HealthyPlace.com for Trusted Mental Health Information Mental Illness Stigma and Psychosis | http://tinyurl.com/ozpj6f3 Technical Definition of Psychosis | http://bit.ly/2en6eWz Bipolar Disorder Treatment & Medications Playlist | https://goo.gl/KzkSyj Mental Health Stigma Playlist | https://goo.gl/OAvnLA Related Links: Bipolar Disorder: Psychosis and Mania Treatment Video | http://bit.ly/2fu1liC What Paranoia and Delusions in Bipolar Disorder Feel Like Video | http://bit.ly/2fkvBgQ In-depth Bipolar Disorder Articles | http://goo.gl/DzYkFA Schizoaffective Disorder Information | http://goo.gl/ibm3de Schizophrenia Information | http://goo.gl/7369L5
PSYCHOSIS NOW A DISTANT MEMORY
 
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An update i guess of where i am with my whole psychosis shebang :) - Jessy x
Views: 341 Jessy Rose
TRT: Special Guest / Hormonal Induced Schizophrenia PART 1
 
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Guys, listen. I know the quality sucks. I did not realize it until it was already recorded. This is an interview with a good friend of mine who has had some dark hormonal derived experiences. Enjoy the interview. Like and Subscribe
Views: 319 Michael Baffa
Gluten Sensitivity + Mental Health
 
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Dr. Talia Marcheggiani, naturopathic doctor describes gluten sensitivity and how it can cause and exacerbate mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and psychosis, as well as contribute to other inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, migraines, IBS, and autoimmune conditions. For more of these videos, consider supporting me: patreon.com/drtaliand
Medications for Depression & Bipolar | Robert D. McMullen, MD
 
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Robert D. McMullen, MD about Medications for Depression & Bipolar http://tmsbraincare.com/medications-bipolar-depression-hd-video/ Medications for treatment of Depression & Bipolar disorders Major depressive disorder is also known as major depression, clinical depression, or unipolar depression. The term unipolar refers to the presence of one pole, or one extreme of mood- depressed mood. This may be compared with bipolar depression which has the two poles of depressed mood and mania (i.e., euphoria, heightened emotion and activity). Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) causes serious shifts in mood, energy, thinking, and behavior—from the highs of mania on one extreme, to the lows of depression on the other These are of 2 types • Bipolar I disorder involves periods of severe mood episodes from mania to depression. The highs may even require hospitalization of the person. • Bipolar II disorder is a milder form of mood elevation, involving milder episodes of hypomania that alternate with periods of severe depression The depression that people with bipolar disorder experience is generally of a melancholic or psychotic type and therefore more biological in its nature. The depression found in these bipolar patients can be difficult to treat than unipolar depression as the antidepressants can cause them to have greater mood swings. These patients need to be on mood-stabilizing drugs. The antidepressants alone can actually increase the manic episodes and worsen the disorder. Antidepressants: divided into three main classes: • Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) - were developed in the 1980's and are the most common prescribed today. They are sold under brand names such as Prozac, Paxil, Prozac, Luvox, Zoloft, Celexa • Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) There are three types of MAOIs, phenelzine,(Nardil) isocarboxazid and tranylcypromine, ( Parnate) and moclobemide.) • Tricyclic drugs (TCAs). (sold as Amitriptyline, Imipramine) For effective control and to limit the side effects a combination can be used such as Wellbutrin (or bupropion). Mechanisms of action are different hence lower doses of both help control side effects. The combination of Zoloft and wellbutruim earned the popular name Welloft. The MAO inhibitors are more effective than the SSRI drugs. But can cause severe weight gain and therefore patients need to work on diet control, else the spike in blood pressure can be dangerous. They are contraindicated with drugs that work on serotonin. Lamictal (or Lamotrigine) was FDA approved for treating depression in 2003.The main advantage being, no sexual dysfunction, no sexual side effects and no weight gain. There is no sedative effect and dosage is generally much less than used for seizures. If any of the above mentioned combinations are ineffective in controlling depression, the thyroid hormone replacement drug Cytopan or Cytomel or Synthroid can be added to any of the above drug. Atypical anti-psychotics such as low doses of Zyprexa, or Abilify, or Seroquel, and the latest Quetiapine can also be prescribed. 150 mg of Lithium, normally prescribe for Bipolar at much higher doses, can be used safely without having to get regular blood checks. TMS BrainCare Address: #2, 171 W 79th St, New York, NY 10024 Phone: (212) 362-9635 http://tmsbraincare.com
Vitamin D, metabolic risk and negative symptoms in psychosis (English)
 
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People with a psychotic disorder often have low vitamin D levels. This is associated with more severe metabolic disorders and negative symptoms. http://www.schres-journal.com/article/S0920-9964(17)30536-4/fulltext Rob Giel Researchcentre (RGOc, University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG), Lentis Psychiatric Institute.
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Be Encouraged | Hormone Imbalance Can Cause Mental Illness
 
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How To Help Someone Who's Having a Mental Illness Episode
 
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In this video I wanted to discuss the ways in which we can effectively interact with someone who is experiencing severe symptoms, or episodes, of their Mental Illness. I cover Psychosis, Mania, Depression, and Anxiety. Click below for time skips to those exact parts. Psychosis: 0:31 Mania: 6:02 Depression 9:32 Anxiety: 13:23 ^_^ Hellooooooooooo! Welcome to my channel! I am an author, gamer, and mental health advocate (or so I tell myself.) I have been diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar I type. I also have Panic disorder, PTSD, and Dermatillomania. I work at a small sales company with a bunch of great people who manage to make the redundancy enjoyable. I am also a freelance writer and editor, and I delve into writing my own stories whenever I want to tackle a more creative project than editing a website for irrigation systems. On this channel I share my journey into correct diagnosis and treatment, as well as prior struggles that occurred during my life, such as experiencing religious auditory and visual hallucinations as a young child. This site has been a tremendous support for me during this whole process. I hope I can give back and perhaps help someone else who is having a rough time. Feel free to message me!
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What's the difference between "baby blues" and postpartum depression?
 
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This information is adapted from the BabyCetner LLC website (http://www.babycenter.com). For more information on this topic and many others visit their website to read more. There are so many tender, precious things about having a newborn, but it's also very challenging to be the parent of a newborn baby. Often, there are challenges that arise that the parents weren't anticipating. There's something called postpartum blues that about 80% of moms experience after having a baby. During pregnancy, estrogen and progesterone are two hormones that play a very important role, and then after the baby and placenta are delivered, your hormone levels start to plummet. In addition, some women have lower thyroid levels after delivering their baby. And almost everyone experiences stress, and stress can affect our hormone levels. So these changes actually cause chemical changes in our brain that affect our mood and how we feel. The postpartum blues are what result from these hormone changes, and you're very normal if you feel sad, you cry for no reason, you feel a little bit anxious, depressed, lonely, if you're just a little bit shocked by it all and wonder what you've gotten yourself into - that's all normal. And these effects are most pronounced 5 days after delivery till about 2 weeks, but it should subside by about 6 weeks, and this is the first time that you'll likely see your doctor. They'll check you to make sure everything's healed well, and they'll also ask you about how you're feeling emotionally. Take this opportunity to talk with your doctor about how you're feeling, thoughts that you've had, they'll help you decide what's normal for your circumstances and what might warrant further investigation. Postpartum depression affects about 15% of women, and this can onset anytime during the first year of a baby's life. So it could just be the symptoms of postpartum blues that last longer. It could be that you were fine in the beginning, and then 3 to 6 months down the road, you start to withdraw from people, you don't like things you used to like, you have obsessive compulsive tendencies, panic attacks - all of these things can be related to postpartum depression. So talk with your doctor if you're struggling. They'll ask you more specific questions and decide what treatment is right for you, and usually treatment involves medication and/or therapy. Sometimes both are necessary, and used in combination, women can start to feel like themselves again. It's important to remember that dads aren't immune to this, too, just because they don't have all of the changing hormones that a woman has after delivery. Studies have actually shown that there are slight hormone changes in a man after a baby is born as well. And 8% of fathers struggle with depression in the first 3 months of their baby's life. And down the road by 6 to 12 months of age, 10% of fathers struggle with depression. So it's actually more common for them further down the road. There's a lot of different pressures that are on you as new parents, and you can be each other's best ally or worst enemy through the adjustment phase. Talk with each other about your feelings. Do what you can to help and support one another. Keep in mind that things that will put you at higher risk for postpartum depression include depression or anxiety before or during pregnancy, marital problems, financial problems, and big life changes like a job change or a move at the same time you've had a baby. So avoid those changes at the same time as having a baby if possible. Because postpartum [depression] affects about 15% of women, line up all of your friends that you know that have ever had a baby, and chances are a lot more of them have struggled with it than you know. We just don't go around with a sign on our foreheads that say, "I have postpartum depression". So if you struggle with it, it adds to feelings of guilt and inadequacy, because you feel like everyone else who's having babies is perfectly happy and it's all bliss and butterflies, but that's not true. And if you are struggling with postpartum depression, there's help out there, and start by talking with your doctor. If you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Postpartum Psychosis, What Are The Symptoms?
 
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Dr. Dresner describes the symptoms of Postpartum Psychosis. For more information visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/postpartum-depression.
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Schizophrenia - causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology
 
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Top 10 Times SpongeBob SquarePants Went Too Far
 
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Make sure to check out The Worst Travel Show! http://bit.ly/2AyJVZ7 Top 10 Times SpongeBob SquarePants Went Too Far Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! http://watchmojo.com/my/suggest.php A show like SpongeBob Squarepants was made for adults as much as it was made for kids. As such there are a lot of really funny moments that go over kid's heads, and these are the funniest SpongeBob moments where the characters crossed the line, but we're sure glad they did. Like when Patrick went feral or SpongeBob's romance with a Crabby Patty. So join WatchMojo as we count down the funniest SpongeBob Squarepants moments that may have gone a little bit too far. Have an idea you want to see made into a WatchMojo video? Check out our suggest page at http://watchmojo.com/suggest and submit your idea. List Rank and Entries #10. Squidward’s psychotic rampage #9. SpongeBob’s splinter #8. The facial designs #7. SpongeBob’s krabby patty romance #6. Patrick pet sitting Gary #5. Feral Patrick #4. Sandy’s punishment #3, #2 & #1: ? Have an idea you want to see made into a WatchMojo video? Check out our suggest page at http://watchmojo.com/suggest and submit your idea. Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: http://goo.gl/SivjcX WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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Physiological Changes During Pregnancy
 
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TheTrue Causes and Best Natural Treatment for Depression!
 
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Why your gut health and not your brain is responsible for depression. These natural and effective remedies can be so helpful! All the content found in my Channel, videos and website is created for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or to help you decide which treatment options best and safest for you!
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Why we get weight rapidly, Causes of Weight Gain
 
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Disclaimer : These videos are only intended for informational purpose.Any information associated with these videos should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by LOCAL beauty, diet and health care professionals.Viewers are subjected to use these information on their own risk.This channel doesn’t take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of our content or anything related to this. Unintentional weight gain occurs when you put on weight without increasing your consumption of food or liquid. It is often caused by: fluid retention abnormal growths constipation pregnancy Unintentional weight gain can be periodic, continuous, or rapid Unintentional weight gain occurs when you put on weight without increasing your consumption of food or liquid. It is often caused by: • fluid retention • abnormal growths • constipation • pregnancy Unintentional weight gain can be periodic, continuous, or rapid. Continuous unintentional weight gain is often the result of pregnancy. Periodic unintentional weight gain includes regular fluctuations in weight like those experienced during a woman’s menstrual cycle. However, rapid unintentional weight gain usually indicates a serious medical condition. Rapid unintentional weight gain may also be caused by medication side effects. Although many cases of unintentional weight gain are harmless, the symptoms experienced in conjunction with rapid weight gain may signal a medical emergency. The most common cause of unintentional weight gain is pregnancy. During pregnancy, most women put on weight as the baby grows. This extra weight consists of: • the baby • placenta • amniotic fluid • increased blood supply • enlarging uterus Between the ages of 45 to 55, women enter a non-fertile stage called menopause. During a woman’s reproductive years, estrogen—the hormone responsible for menstruation and ovulation—begins to decline. Once menopause occurs, estrogen is so low that it isn’t sufficient to induce menstruation. A decrease in estrogen can cause women in menopause to experience weight gain around the abdominal region and the hips. Aside from the hormonal changes of menopause, women diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) may also experience weight gain. Other, additional medical conditions affecting the hormones can cause weight gain in both genders. They include: • hypothyroidism • Cushing syndrome • increased cortisol (stress hormone) production Hormonal changes in your middle years can cause your metabolism to slow down, causing weight gain. Unintentional weight gain can also be cause by certain medications, including: • corticosteroids • anti-depressants • anti-psychotic medications • birth control pills Periodic weight gain is often caused by the menstrual cycle. Women may experience water retention and bloating around the time of their period. Changing levels in estrogen and progesterone may cause some women to gain weight. Normally, this is a weight increase of just a few pounds. This form of weight gain subsides when the menstrual period ends for the month. However, it often reappears the next month when the menstrual period starts again, and sometimes during ovulation. Unexplained rapid weight gain may be caused by fluid retention. Fluid retention is also referred to as edema. It causes your limbs, hands, feet, face, or abdomen to look swollen. People with heart failure, kidney failure, or those taking certain medications may experience this type of weight gain. Rapid weight gain and fluid retention should always be reported to your doctor even if no other symptoms are present. Depending on the cause, symptoms of unintentional weight gain can differ from person to person. Symptoms often associated with this type of weight gain include: • abdominal discomfort • abdominal pain • bloating • flatulence (gas) • constipation • visible swelling in the abdomen or other areas of the body • swollen extremities (arms, legs, feet, hands) If you experience any of the following serious symptoms, seek medical care immediately: • fever • skin sensitivity • shortness of breath • difficulty breathing • swollen feet • heart palpitations • sweating • changes in vision • rapid weight gain
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Change the Way You Look at Mental Health
 
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What Is Late-Onset Schizophrenia? | Schizophrenia
 
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Watch more How to Understand Schizophrenia videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512782-What-Is-LateOnset-Schizophrenia-Schizophrenia In a small minority of people who have schizophrenia, it starts not at the usual age of between 25 and 35 but, instead, around the 40s. There's also a very late-onset schizophrenia that tends to start around the 60s. This is more frequently occurring in women, and around the post-menopausal period, so after they've had their menopause. So, there are some theories that involve the effects of estrogen withdrawal on leading to the onset of schizophrenia at that time. People who develop late-onset schizophrenia more often have a hearing or visual deficits, which we think maybe leads to a higher likelihood of paranoia, and that's why it sort of comes on at that time. They also may have had, before becoming ill, a tendency to have some paranoid ideas about people or to be more withdrawn than the average person. So, those are some of the risk factors for late-onset schizophrenia. People who have late-onset schizophrenia, compared with people of earlier-onset schizophrenia, tend to be a little bit more paranoid. It's primarily that they develop paranoid delusions about other people wanting to hurt them or plotting against them. The good news about late-onset schizophrenia is that usually it responds to lower doses of medications, and so it's more regularly treated with support and medications.
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Hormones, How Do Levels Change After GIving Birth?
 
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Dr. Dresner descirbes the change in hormone levels after giving birth. For more information visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/pregnancy.
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5 Perimenopause Symptoms Every Woman You Shouldn’t Ignore
 
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Descriptions Perimenopause Symptoms Every Woman: Before reaching menopause, women go through a transitional period called perimenopause. Here's how to tell if you're entering this stage. You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase "biological clock" used in the context of a woman’s fertility: It refers to the window of prime babymaking years before she reaches menopause, when her menstrual cycles end. But the timeline towards menopause isn’t as linear or clear cut as it’s sometimes made out to be. Before menopause, women go through a transitional period known as perimenopause. The body's production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone begins to drop off during this time, causing menstrual cycles to shorten, and, ultimately, cease. The transition can last anywhere from two to five years; once a woman has gone without a period for 12 months, she's considered fully menopausal. Perimenopause onset can vary from person to person, explains Michelle Warren, MD, medical director at the Center for Menopause, Hormonal Disorders and Women’s Health in New York City. In the United States, the average age of onset is 47, but Dr. Warren has seen it begin in patients as young as their late 30s. Symptoms can also differ from person to person—and even from month to month in individuals—making perimenopause "difficult for both patients and doctors to recognize," she explains. Still, there are a few common signs that can indicate a patient is entering perimenopause, she says. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor, who can help you come up with a treatment plan to manage them. 1. Inconsistent cycle Dr. Warren says the first red flag is often changes in a woman’s cycle, since fluctuating levels of estrogen can cause menstrual irregularities. Women entering perimenopause may find themselves experiencing varying lengths of time in between periods or skipping some entirely. 2. Heavy bleeding Blame this one on changes in progesterone levels: Because ovulation is becoming more erratic, the endometrium—the uterine layer that sloughs off during your period—grows thicker than it would during a normal cycle, causing heavy bleeding to occur. If this is happening to you, your doctor may prescribe low-dose hormones to help you ride out the changes. 3. Hot flashes About 75 percent of perimenopausal women suffer from frustrating hot flashes, which can range from low-key flushing to intense sweating. Experts haven’t determined exactly why hot flashes occur, but the decrease in estrogen is believed to play a role, since it interferes with the body’s ability to keep temperatures steady. Avoiding caffeine, spicy foods, and alcohol may help make hot flashes less severe. 4. Mood changes "In my experience, the most common [symptom of perimenopause] is terrible mood changes such as anger and irritability," says Dr. Warren, explaining that these changes can occur very suddenly. (A drop in estrogen is the likely culprit here, as well.) Women who have a history of postpartum depression may have a higher risk of mood changes during perimenopause, she adds. 5. Vaginal dryness Yet another unwelcome side effect of a drop in estrogen. Decreased levels of the hormone can cause vaginal tissue to lose its elasticity and natural lubrication, which can lead to pain during inntercourse. For an over-the-counter fix, vaginal lubricants and moisturizers may help ease discomfort. Our Sosmed : https://www.facebook.com/Health-Zone--1614844022149501/?ref=bookmarks See Our Another Vedeos: 1. Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia,....: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNrjXC3jMfI 2. 6 Warning Sign of Fibromyalgia, You Should Know Early : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKYMxx_nZb4 3. Sign and Symptoms of Underactive Thyroid, You Should Know : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kusxhl2mcc 4. 6 Thyroid Pain Symptoms, You Should Not Ignore : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_EiSjfc03U 5. Don't_Lose_Sleep_Over_Screentime_at_Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZpFW_SxKrI 6. Can Nicotine Protect An Aging Brain? : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZ6ACgnwuh8 7. 10 Best Big Cities for People With Asthma: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWK_8PaKzEk 8. Can Pokémon Go Really Improve Your mental health?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUF6fFXkfWw 9. Sleep Troubles, Heart Troubles?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8xHdcZKf2E 10. 7 Causes of High Cholesterol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLqvdEOeozg 11. 5 Ways to Prevent a Stroke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ1VHMbJ5Lg Subcribe my chanel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1
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Can anxiety cause permanent brain damage ? |Health NEWS
 
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Amenorrhea Causes and Treatment for USMLE Step 2
 
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Amenorrhea, a simple, handwritten explanation and full lecture of causes and treatment of amenorrhea for medical students taking USMLE. Discussing Amenorrhea signs and symptoms as well as treatment for amenorrhea. Amenorrhea can be dividing into to categories. The first is primary amenorrhea and the other is second amenorrhea. In primary amenorrhea, the period has never occurred and the patient has no history of ovulation. However, in secondary amenorrhoea they did have a previous history of menses or period but now they are complaining that they are missing their period and ovulation, but now they haven't had it. In primary the definition is that they are 14 without sexual characteristics and 16 with secondary sexual characteristics. Definition of secondary amenorrhea is defined as 3 months of no menses if regular, and irregular would be 6 months of no menses. Primary amenorrhea can be categorized based on the presence of other secondary characteristics such as ovulation. If there is no uterus, then it might be mulerian agenesis or androgen insensitivity. Mullerian Agenesis will be in a female (XX) and Androgen Insensitivity (XY). They will have normal breast growth and hair growth. Mullerian tubes is responsible for building of the upper vagina, cervix, uterus and the fallopian tube. Ovaries are unaffected so they will produce normal estrogen and the secondary characteristics will be normal and the FSH and LH levels will be normal. However the patient can't ovulate because there is no fallopian tube. This is treated by creating a vagina and IVF with a surrogate. Patient secretes androgens, however, receptors are deficient. Wollfian duct atrophys without testosterone, Mullerian Inhibiting Factor will not be activated and so the genitalia will be female. Patient will grow up as girls, secondary sexual characteristics however, they have an XY chromosome. They will have normal secondary sexual characteristics because testes will produce estrogen. This is treated by removing testes and estrogen. Patients with no breast and primary amenorrhea means they are not producing any estrogen and therefore ovulation will not occur. Causes include Turner Syndrome (XO) and any problem with Hypothalamic Pituitary Axis (HPA). Streatk gonads means no gonads are produced and there will be an increase FSH. If problem with pituitary there is a lack of FSH and therefore no follicles are stimulated and then no estrogen is produced. Primary cause is Kallman syndrome (anosmia) or secondary causes such as anorexia, exercise, stress, craniopharyngioma. Treatment consists of giving exogenous estrogen and progesterone to develop the normal secondary characteristics. If both uterus and breasts are present than the problem will be associated with anatomic problems. Vaginal Agenesis or septa and imperforate hymen. These patients are generally ovulating normally. Secondary Amenorrhea is divided into three categories depending on gonadatropin level. In Eugonodatropin the level of LH and FSH is normal. The primary cause is pregnancy. Also anovulation can also lead to eugonadotropic where there will be no corpus luteum and therefore no progesterone. This can be due to PCOS, thyroid abnormalities, pituitary abnormalities, and anti-psychotic and anti-depressants. Hypergonadtropic is due to low estrogen. Here it is due to premature ovarian failure. This can also be due to mumps, SLE, adrenal insufficiency, radiotherapy and even chemotherapy. In order to diagnosis you need to get 2 FSH levels 1 month apart to rule out early menopause. if there is low T3/T4 which will increase TRH activates TSH and Prolactin which can go on to activate gonadotropin. Also check prolactin levels which can be raised due to anti-psychotics and anti-depressants. Tumors may also cause it so it requries CT Scan/MRI or it maybe an idiopathic increase in Prolactin. If everything is normal then a Progesterone Challenge Test (PCT) should be performed. Patient is given progesterone with single IM Dose or MPA for 7 days. After sudden stop there is bleeding than this means that the estrogen did prime the endometrium, but there was no ovulation for progesterone to come out and withdraw. So anovulation is the cause. Treat with clomiphene. If there is no bleeding then there is a problem with either estrogen or there is an outflow obstruction. If there is no bleeding then perform the Estrogen-Progesterone Challenge Test (EPCT). In this case patient receives 21 days of estrogen and followed with 7 days of Methylprogesterone acetate. If there is bleeding then there is no estrogen. If the FSH is high then there is ovarian failure, and if the FSH is low than there is an issue with hypothalamic pituitary axis. If there is no bleeding, the the problem is from obstruciton, endometrium or imperforate hymen.
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Symptoms Associated With Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.
 
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Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. Disclaimer: Those are of my own thoughts,so none of what I had stated here is from cutting & pasting. My understanding stems from years of study..Temporal Lobe Epilepsy,& the symptoms associated with this brain aliment should not be confused or associated with traditional mental illnesses associated with paranoia, schizophrenia or any of those classifications which involve the need,& treatment though psychotropic medications,& or psychotherapy.Those types of mental illness tend to have differing underlying causes as in the aforementioned,but Those suffers with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy are treated though other means as in the similar treatments of those associated with grand mal seizure. There are also electrical devises that are now implanted into the brain much as a heart pacer such devices are either installed into the heart or the brain. Both implants work on the same theory by blocking ,or channeling ,or redirecting the electrical impulse, & there are medications that are used to treat such Epileptics.It's been theorized that an over excess of the brain hormone Gaba is associated with such seizure,so medications are used to block Gaba,& among other brain activities much in the same way calcium channel blockers ,or Beta blockers,or ace inhibitors are used for the treatment of cardiovascular disorders.For the brain such type of medications are used to either block or allow. The brain is a very complicated device. but there are In some cases it has been shown that seizure are caused by a brain tumor.One must rule out hormonal,electrical & or organic causes such as a brain tumor,& or a bacterial infection. Once all factors are ruled out then the proper treatment must be implemented. Now it must be noted that patients showing symptoms of distress as discussed in this video must be first evaluated by either a neurologist,or a psychiatrist in order to determine are the symptoms caused due in part to a psychotic breakdown caused by a state of paranoia or schizophrenia ,or is it caused due in part associated with Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.What must be established is pre post & acute symptoms.It should also be noted that psychotic breakdowns could be caused due in part to some underlying medical condition such as a brain tumor. An auditory hallucinations, & or visual hallucinations could be caused by a brain tumor growing or putting pressure on either the visual cortex ;optic nerve, & or in the regions of the brain that regulars hearing ,& sound such as in the auditory sensors, & auditory nerve. All factors must be ruled out before proper treatment is established. There are also cases in which there are no or is No tumor or tumors present,but the schizophrenia still exists. in such cases this is treated with psychotropic medication anti psychotics & or hospitalization. Bottom line.If you are suffering from Temporal Lobe Epilepsy,& this is the case;it does not mean you are batshit insane. Temporal Lobe Epilepsy is not a necessarily psychiatric disorder. The more I learn about psychology & physiology & abnormal psychology the more I realize that I don't understand it all ,& that I only scratched the surface. I believe there are other mental states in which people feel unhinged. the field of abnormal psychology is a deep subject. I believe most insane people don't know they are insane. DISCLAIMER; THIS PRESENTATION IS NOT INTENDED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSES, & OR TREATMENT. THIS PRESENTATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. CONSULT YOUR LICENSED HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FOR ALL YOUR MEDICAL NEEDS. thank you for watching. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/temporal-lobe-seizure/basics/definition/con-20022892 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temporal_lobe_epilepsy http://www.webmd.com/epilepsy/understanding-temporal-lobe-seizure-treatment http://thenewsunit.blogspot.com/
Serotonin, Dopamine and your Brain
 
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Drugs, Alcohol, and Mental Disorders alter your brain and emotions in ways we don't completely understand. This week we discuss the effects of some of these substances, and the parts we do know! So spread the word (And be sure to subscribe for more Things You Should Know) -Team TYSK Features the song "Wickenden Kids" by the Rare Occasions - http://therareoccasions.bandcamp.com/ Citations (enable annotations to view): Caron, Marc G. "Hyperlocomotion and indifference to cocaine and amphetamine in mice lacking the dopamine transporter." Nature 379 (1996): 15. Fozard, John R., and Hans O. Kalkman. "5-Hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) and the initiation of migraine: new perspectives." Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 350.3 (1994): 225-229. Huber, Robert, et al. "Serotonin and aggressive motivation in crustaceans: altering the decision to retreat." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94.11 (1997): 5939-5942. Jentsch, J. David, and Robert H. Roth. "The neuropsychopharmacology of phencyclidine: from NMDA receptor hypofunction to the dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia." Neuropsychopharmacology 20.3 (1999): 201-225. Kalivas, Peter W. "Neurotransmitter regulation of dopamine neurons in the ventral tegmental area." Brain Research Reviews 18.1 (1993): 75-113. Lehtinen, Ville, and Matti Joukamaa. "Epidemiology of depression: prevalence, risk factors and treatment situation." Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 89.s377 (1994): 7-10. Ramikie, Teniel S., et al. "Multiple Mechanistically Distinct Modes of Endocannabinoid Mobilization at Central Amygdala Glutamatergic Synapses." Neuron 81.5 (2014): 1111-1125. Sternbach, Harvey. "The serotonin syndrome." Am J Psychiatry 148.6 (1991): 705-713.
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Estrogen Dominance from a Functional Medicine Perspective
 
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Functional Medicine is the future of healthcare. What is it? What are the benefits? How is it different from mainstream medicine? All of these questions and more are answered using a case example of a patient with an Estrogen Dominance diagnosis. Dr. John Bartemus Functional Medicine Charlotte 21000 Torrence Chapel Rd Suite 101 Cornelius, NC 28031 704-895-2240 http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com
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Can psychosis be prevented ? A 2012 lecture by Ridha Joober, MD
 
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Is it possible to detect the factors that trigger psychotic episodes? Are the social pressures on youth (abuse, bullying, drug use) associated with the development of psychosis? Is it possible for people to recover and lead an active life? Lecturer: Ridha Joober, MD, PhD, Assistant Director, PEPP-Montréal, Researcher, Douglas Institute Watch more Mini-Psych School videos at http://www.douglas.qc.ca/page/mini-psy-2012