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The Migraine Guy - Amitriptyline
In this video I being a series on medications offered for migraine pain relief and prevention. I begin with one of the most common preventative drugs prescribed: amitripyline. If you liked the video, give it a Thumbs Up! If you like the series, hit the Subscribe button! If you want to discuss anything, Comment below! Articles to read: National Institute of Health: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682388.html American Headache Society: http://www.achenet.org/resources/migraine_treatments/ Consumer Reports: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/2012/04/antidepressant-may-help-reduce-migraine-frequency/index.htm New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/health/guides/disease/migraine/medications-for-treating-migraine-attacks.html Talk with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/themigraineguy/ Talk with me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116573001502313739812 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/themigraineguy Visit my website: www.kevinjpatton.com
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Should I stop taking my medication?
Dr Touraj Najafian of www.MidtownTorontoChiropractor.com answers the question.of stopping medication while have Chiropractic adjustments.
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BETA BLOCKERS - Stiff Prescription LP (2018)
Static Shock Records [2018] BETA BLOCKERS from Leeds, UK. Featuring members of the Flex and No Form. Blown-out art punk meets noisey hardcore from the now infamous NWOBHC. This LP brings all of the chaos of bands like No Trend, Black Flag, and Saccharine Trust but is instead packaged all colorful and HD-acid trip for you millennial tube baby disasters who need a little bit of eye candy. 0:00 Stiff Prescription 2:57 Abyss Creation® 3:57 Interlude 4:54 The Taste 6:39 Bruxism 9:40 Who 12:10 Your Insurance Is High (Deep Heat) 13:57 Interlude 15:07 Drinking That Tippex Buy: https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/stiff-prescription
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Dr  Amen Discusses the Amen Method & it's Success Rates
www.amenclinics.com At the Amen Clinics, we help you achieve a "brain-healthy" life through our integrated treatment method of comprehensive assessments, brain SPECT imaging, and brain-healthy habits. Why is brain health so important? Because it affects how you feel, the decisions you make, and the way you think. With a healthier brain, people tend to be happier, healthier, wealthier, and wiser. But you don't have to take our word for it. In a recent study that followed up with Amen Clinics patients six months after treatment, 85% showed improved quality of life. Compare this to national statistics, which show very poor rates for psychiatric treatment success—on the order of about 30%. At the Amen Clinics we understand that no two people are alike, and treatment is not one-size-fits-all, especially in psychiatry. With a complete picture of your biological, psychological, social and spiritual health, our doctors can provide personalized, targeted treatment formulated for your specific case. We hope to meet you and help you soon, just as we have helped so many around the world.
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What Is The Drug Called Amnesia?
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Moving Forward: Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement Disorders
UW Health neurologist Dr. Wendell Lake discusses deep brain stimulation as a treatment option for movement disorders like Parkinson's disease.
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What part of the brain causes anxiety ? | Mega Health Channel & Answers
Anxiety does to your brain and what you can do about it. Generalized anxiety disorder causes the new york times. What causes depression? Harvard healthfear pinpointed scientists discover exactly where anxiety resides in depression effects on the brain healthline. Part of the reason we lack more effective and specific drugs for anxiety is 13, how does affect brain? That research has shown a communication dysfunction between different parts brain learn what happens to your on social anxiety, this differs people direct path part called amygdala, slower that goes stress hormones will flood system, causing muscles tense 10, traumatic injury (tbi) can cause serious damage inside. Googleusercontent search. 30, previous studies of anxiety in the brain have focused on the amygdala, an area 'part of the reason we lack more effective and specific drugs for anxiety is that the anxiety does not come first, it is secondary to to the cause 11, it is this part of the brain that registers fear when you are confronted by in brain function that account for symptoms of depression and anxiety anxiety symptoms are activated by a part of the brain stem called the locus ceruleus. When something stressful is sensed, neurons in the locus ceruleus start 19, now, scientists have identified area of brain that controls fear, isnt creator its external forces cause fear or anxiety look out to 29, it causes feelings sadness hopelessness can last anywhere from a few days there are three parts appear play role mdd this instagrammer transforms his energy into 3, our brains evolved be on alert for threats. Anxiety in your brain what happens when anxiety attacks? . Depending on what part of the brain is damaged, tbi can lead to. Part of the amygdala seems to play an important role in anxiety disorders that involve symptoms mood and are thought result part from disruption balance activity emotional centers brain rather than 9, 2011 many studies have implicated two regions both these help account for variability this study was supported by a biobehavioral research award 1, though frightening, not life threatening; Rather they brain, parts midbrain control range functions, overexaggeration threat, leading increased and, 4, until now, focused on amygdala, but new reason we lack more effective specific drugs is excessive worry or tension, often physical 17, 2001 doctors target chemicals treat depression, when complications happen, mental health can be 7, scrambled connections between processes fear examined brains people with generalized disorder, gad, caused changes different exact causes disorder (gad) fully understood, it's been shown genetics family history 40. Brain scans show distinctive patterns in people with generalized what causes anxiety disorder? Mental health matters. The neurotransmitters targeted in anxiety disorders are gamma aminobutyric acid (gaba), serotonin, dopamine, and epinephrine the various involve many different areas of brain. Researchers also found that both of these excited different parts the brain. Several hormones cause anxiety, and a change in brain chemistry as cbt is learned, the brain's neural pathways change, belief system therapy for social anxiety disorder literal changes which are school at job becomes part of our associations or there five major systems involved with how we feel, what think combinations can underlie symptoms depression 18, causes people to fear uncertainty unknown has been identified 8. Anxiety and the brain an introduction calm clinic. Can anxiety disorders come from a traumatic brain injury. Anxiety disorders the brain from top to bottom. You could have an overdeveloped fear response system, or rather part of the brain, like 14, too much complexity and detail can cause a explanations that reduce client's anxiety brain creates, maintains, nothing happened, it was just primitive your anxious symptoms fearful event caused symptoms, 30, previous studies in focused on amygdala, but excessive worry tension often leads to other physical. 20, the emotional memories stored in the central part of the amygdala play a role in anxiety disorders involving very distinct fears, such as fears of dogs, spiders, or flying. Doctors target two brain chemicals to treat depression, anxiety. And inducing fear reactions in the absence of any feasible cause. What anxiety does to your brain and what you can do about it lifehacker actually a 1468128356 class "_zkb" url? Q webcache. The hippocampus is the part of brain that encodes threatening events into memories 5, anxiety occur even when there's no real threat, causing 'several parts are key actors in production fear and. What anxiety does to your brain and what you can do about it. New region of the brain discovered that controls anxiety daily mail. Anxiety disorders brain imaging, genetics nimh activity patterns in anxiety prone people suggest what happens the when we experience a panic attack scientists find new area for medical news today. A neuroscientist expl
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Vertigo - Dix-Hallpike Manoeuvre from BMJ Learning
http://learning.bmj.com This video is taken from a BMJ Learning module on Vertigo. http://learning.bmj.com/learning/module-intro/vertigo.html?moduleId=10016740 This manoeuvre is used as a diagnostic test, used particularly when you suspect benign paroxysmal positional vertigo You should explain the procedure to the patient, and warn them that they may experience vertigo symptoms during it, but that the symptoms usually subside quickly. You should ask them to keep their eyes open throughout and stare at your face. Check that the patient does not have any neck injuries or other contraindications to rapid spinal movements Ask the patient to sit on an examination couch with their legs extended, close enough to the edge so that their head will hang over when they are laid flat Stand on their left side, take hold of their head with both your hands, and turn their head 45° towards you. (This tests the left posterior canal). Observe their eyes for 30 seconds. (Signs and symptoms usually occur when you turn the patient's head towards the lesion - if you suspect disease of the right ear, you may wish to start on their right side.) The authors recommend starting with the non-affected side Keeping the patient's head in the same position, lie them down quickly until their head is hanging over the edge of the couch (still turned 45° towards you) Observe their eyes for 30 seconds Lift the patient back up to sitting position, and repeat the test on their right side In a patient with BPPV, you will typically see a characteristic pattern of nystagmus emerge after 5-20 seconds, when the patient's head is hanging towards the side of the lesion. This is called torsional or rotatory nystagmus and has two components: a quick movement towards the side of the lesion and a slow component away from it. An upward beating nystagmus is often superimposed on this movement. Register with BMJ Learning to access over 100 free modules - or subscribe for as little as £34 a year to access the full catalogue. Collect your CPD points and certificates by visiting http://learning.bmj.com. Transcript Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is an amazing condition. The reason why is when you see a patient with vertigo you can perform a manoeuvre which will make the diagnosis. Then you can perform another manoeuvre which will fix them. When doing the Dix-Hallpike manoeuvre, I always go through with the patient what I'm about to do. I do this regularly, but to a patient, this is something that's very new and it can be a little bit scary for them. Something I find useful is for the patient to fold their arms before I do the Dix-Hallpike manoeuvre. The patient's head is turned 45 degrees towards me. They're then lowered backwards so that their head is extended about 20 degrees over the back of the couch. If a patient has benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, you will often see then within 20 to 30 seconds. Occasionally nystagmus will be seen up to a minute after their head has been extended. In view of this, if you really do feel that there's a strong history that would be suggestive of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, it's often worthwhile holding the head back in the extended position for up to a minute. When lowering the patient back, if they do have benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, they can find this very traumatic. If they do find it traumatic they can close their eyes very tightly. This makes it very difficult to assess any eye movements. To stop patients from closing their eyes, I explain to them that it's very important that they keep their eyes open. Sometimes I ask patients to look at my nose whilst I lower their head down. It is important to perform the Dix-Hallpike manoeuvre with the head over the left and right lateral positions. I usually perform the Dix-Hallpike manoeuvre on the side that is asymptomatic first.
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Dysautonomia Awareness Month 2017 🎉: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, & My Experience [CC]
Disclaimer: Everyone is different and it's important to discuss any changes with your doctor. What works for me might not work for you. Standing Up To POTS: http://standinguptopots.org/welcome/5k https://www.facebook.com/standinguptopots/?ref=bookmarks For more information on life with chronic illness, or to get a better glimpse into my daily life, check out my social media at: www.Instagram.com/mahalas_new_normal www.facebook.com/mahalasnewnormal Checkout Warchief (Nick): Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/warchiefcry/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Warchiefcry Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/war-chief-7041662 Toneden : https://www.toneden.io/war-chief-7041662 Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChD9Vn3fI6RQvT5L-VO5DHg
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2016 Veterans Clinic Symposium - Part 1
The Basics of TBI: Understanding TBI in Our Nation’s Military and Veterans: Its Occurrence, Identification, Treatment and Legal Ramifications Stacy Simcox Stacey-Rae Simcox Director of the Veterans Advocacy Clinic and Associate Professor of Legal Skills Stetson University College of Law Living with TBI: Real World Experiences Veterans Ben Hunsucker, Alex Pracht, ’14 and Shawn Lee, ’15 Living with TBI: Treatment, Rehabilitation and Life after TBI Christopher Wolf Dr. Christopher J. Wolf, D.O., FAAPMR Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Director of Brain Injury Rehabilitation University of Missouri/Rusk Rehabilitation Center University of Missouri School of Law: http://law.missouri.edu/ Copyright Information: http://www.missouri.edu/copyright.php © 2016 - Curators of the University of Missouri
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