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Just a little reminder | HAPPY HOLIDAYS, EVERYONE, FROM THOSE WHO ARE DESPARATE | image tagged in happy holidays | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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This is well beyond my comprehension (all the medical references below), I wish the best for you. I have had bouts with depression (untreated) and I appreciate that mental illness is getting attention. On Hockey Night in Canada they talked about it, very seriously, I was surprised they really gave it more than just lip service, which is great to help remove the stigma and start the conversation.
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Feeling proud of those that stand up and want to make a difference - interview with Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock on "Let's talk day": http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/mike-babcock-importance-mental-health-awareness-removing-stigma/
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Here finally my further promised comment, sorry for the delay (I put it here, since you came to this page and read already all the comments about depression). The probably most stigmatizing mental disease is schizophrenia. And it is a shame that - at least in many cases - it could be cured. Ther has long been the sceintific hypothesis that toxoplasmosis plays a major role in that disesase, and it is true. Wehn you kill the toxoplasms, the "delusions" (which are more often some kind of memories) disappear. But this cannot be achieved with any known drug, only with bioresonance therapy (which by conventional doctors is considered ot be "charlatanism" and is even forbidden in the US). I think Canada is a litel more progressive in that respect, so maybe you could spread the word in the organisation you mentioned that 1) toxoplasms in the brain often can only be diagnosed by bioresonance, and 2) they can be killed by bioresonance, and the delusions disappear altogether. Schizophrenia is a parasitic disease, but only a few people having a toxoplasmosis infection become schizophrenic!
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I haven’t heard of it, but sounds like it could be good for everyone to try. Sounds a bit like chiropractic care.
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Pink Floyd Scream | HAPPY NEW YEARS | image tagged in pink floyd scream | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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WAS BUSY EVADING THE TRAP | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
sorry for my delayed reaction - the longer part of winter is already over and I survived it, so there is some hope.
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No problem, I sometimes miss notifications when I have many. I noticed your Shakespeare comment bellow. When I started I think I made at least 4 Shakespeare memes :)
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Yes, still one of the greatest unsolved riddles of all times (hi, hi ,hi, laughing to mysefl) :)
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I know - but try to get this legally where I live!
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I have tried CBD (without THC, of course) before against nerve pains, I didn't help much. But perhaps I should try it with depression. I am presently taking an opioid which also has an action on the serotonin receptors, and when it became really bad, I took an acetylic acid salt in addition, to improve the blood flow through the capillaries in the brain. Unfortunately, I ran out of the acetylic acid salt before the holidays, and you have to order it via Internet, the pharmacies don't have it here (I do not tolerate acetylic acid itself). Perhaps that is the reason why the depression got so bad. I can test it, as soon as the acetylic acid salt has arrived (interesting test, but at a very high mental health cost!). I will let you know.
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Thank's a lot for the advice - I'll try it. As you know, there are different levels of depression. I have a so-called "major" depression, they are a little tougher to treat than the usual depression (I have been in psychiatric hospitals for it, because the suicide danger was too big.) But anyway, I'll try anything that has helped other people.
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Well, the SSRI's didn't do a thing, but old trycyclic antidepressives (e.g. amitriptyline and others) helped after about 2 weeks. But this is a hell of therapy and I tried to avoid it in recent times. I now have my onw theory regarding major depressions (I don't know if I told you that I am a scientist), but that is a longer story. The extracellular membrane has to do with it, and also inflamation of the brain (that has just recently been proven in some cases), and - at least with me - besides the serotonin receptor also the dopamine receptors and probably other receptors. I am also in a very special type of psychotherapy (the usual methods that I had tried didn't help) - but that is another long story. If you are really deeply interested in all that, please let me know, and I'll think of way how to discuss it.
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Stay strong. It's not easy but we all can make it through it together.
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I will keep my response very simple. Thank you so much for your comment quite a while after I posted this. It means a lot to me, and I really, really appreciate your words of help and collective support. I need it, as you obviously could tell by my post. Thank you again.
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You're very welcome. Hugs
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Thank you, and hugs back to you!
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By the way - this graph is missing a very important brain protector, namely Vitamin D.
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Forgot to upvote - did it now.
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I have no problems discussing these things publicly - to the contrary, these problems should be made public in a much broader way. As I told you, the psychotherapy I have is very special and furthermore drug-assisted - for a meaningful discussion one would have to discuss a lot of physiological features of the brain and the heart. If you are interested to discuss psychotherapy in combination with physiological features, let me know, I will try to squeeze it into the comment section of this and any other appropriate meme. By the way, I am much better today - found a last sachet of my acetylsalicylic acid salt, took it and it worked.
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Took me a while to continue the chat I keep getting minor relapses, but I fought them immediately with aspirin (had to eat some buffering meal such as yoghurt for that), and, hurrah, today my Aspégic (acetylsalicylic acid salt) arrived from France. It is very clear what is happening: when one of my traumas gets triggered, I feel pain and my brain starts to get inflamed, and because of the inflammation the blood clots (that is known). Due to this, the so important capillaries in the brain get clogged - no more transport of chemical compounds from and to the neighboring cells. Result in my case: depresssion. 1 g of asprin or the corresopnding amount of Aspégic thins the blood within about 30 minutes, and the transport of the physiological compounds functions again. I have tried this with my own depression at least 6 ot 7 times now, and it is amazing how well it functions, Of course it is helpful to assist this with a drug having a short onset of action on the serotoninergic and dopaminergic receptors (for the former receptors I take tramadol which also has a mild action on the morphine receptors - it is prescreibd as a pain drug and thank goodness has a very low addiction potential) and for the latter I simply keep on smoking (nicotine has a dopamine-increasing effect). But of course, one also has to thoroughly deal with the traumas in a good psychotherapy - unfortunately not many psychotherapists are able to do that.
As regards my English - even my mother tongue is going down the drain when I am exhausted or depressed!
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No, I have a very good therapist. And of course I am very empathetic, and yes, I know the roots of my depression, they are deep traumatas from this and past lives. And of course I do it via "soul searching", in other words via the feeling level, which can be so painful that I have to take pain killers. But it is not easy to dissolve the traumatas completely, because they are written into our physiology, e.g. into the ECM. Thank goodness, I have at least partly been succesful, my symptoms of PTSDs (I have to use the plural, since there are different traumatas) have in an average greatly improved. Thank you for discussing this with me - I could say much more, but there is not enough space for this here!
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So *desperate that they forgot how to spell.
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I am fighting my worst enemy. I never know if I will win that fight.
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So do I (I unsuccessfully tried it 3 times). That' s why I post it here - it helps to talk to people who are or were in the same situtation (the people in my "real life" surroundings unfortunately are of little help). So thank you for trying to help me to get out of this black hole - I really appreciate it.
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Thank you. Cannot say more at the moment because I am sitting in a deep black hole.
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Do you really think it's so funny to sit in something like that? By the way, I know you like art. Did you ever study the background of the Raffaelo's "Sixtine Mandonna"? It is full of hardly visible faces. Always wondered whether this is what the inside of a black hole is like.
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Want to revert to this. That's what this website is for, am I right? Totally inspired by "Shakespeare" - and I mean it literally!
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Only if you believe Einstein! But his math was wrong, so probably there has a whole new story to be told. And as to comedy - let's hope, it is one. There could also be another ending of the story (and not for the first time) which would mean: start all over again, fatal failure of program.
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I love the old European traditions.
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I left my last comment on psychology/psychiatry on this page, in case you wish to check.)
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