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How to do a Alcohol Detox with Dr Rodriquez and Delray Center

Alcohol Detox Now lets talk about alcohol detox. Alcohol detox is a major issue, mainly because alcohol detox is the most dangerous out of all the detoxes yo…
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Why do I not fit in with people? I’m shy, lonely, depressed so can anyone help me?

Question by Tick: Why do I not fit in with people? I’m shy, lonely, depressed so can anyone help me?
Hello, I’m a guy and I’m 21. I’m very lonely and independent with myself and no one really understands why I’m like this. I have always found it hard to find and keep friends, I’m just not good with people at all. I left school 4 years ago and since then I’ve been on courses and now I’m unemployed.

I hand it really difficult to communicate with people, and I also find it hard to apply for a job (I know how to apply for a job, I just don’t have the confidence to speak to anyone about it) The truth is, I don’t know what I want to do with my life, I have no real preference at all and people are always on my back asking the same boring questions “So have you got a job yet?” “What would you like to do?” etc and I can’t stand it! Plus I can’t avoid it either, I try my best to avoid all the small talk about employment because I despise talking about it.

My mum is on the verge of a full blown anxiety attack because of me, (not that she is going to have one, but she is worried about me etc) I don’t mean to do this to her, but I’m really self conscious, shy and quiet and everything that I’m supposed to be doing is extremely hard for me. I feel like people stare at me all the time and this really knocks me. I try my best to focus on myself instead of my surroundings but its really hard, I get distracted by the slightest thing and I also hate change. I no longer speak to my friend anymore because he has moved on and has a girlfriend who I really don’t like, but he refuses to speak to me because someone told me that he is fed up with my moods and the fact I won’t accept that he has moved on.

I don’t hate him, I just find it hard to accept change and when people change, it usually means that I can’t speak to them anymore because of who they become. Thanks for reading, if anyone an give me advice I would appreciate it.

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Answer by Indra-Alexis
Maybe you have ADHD. All these depressing stories are depressing me. You need to find someone. A Ying to your Yang. Go out, have a good time, meet some people, I’m sure you’re awesome in your own unique way! 🙂 Live a little, life isn’t worth living if you always regret!

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Gamblers Anonymous

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Driven insane by your own immune system: One woman's terrifying story reveals

Driven insane by your own immune system: One woman's terrifying story reveals
Two-and-a-half weeks after her first seizure, the results of a key blood test came back from the specialists at Oxford University — her blood showed the presence of an antibody called NMDA. Liz was suffering from anti-NMDA receptor … caused by this …
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A 16-Year-Old Takes on a Disease of the Elderly
“There's a high correlation between Alzheimer's disease and depression, because patients don't feel like they can accomplish anything,” Wallack says. “Giving them that sense of achievement can help them remain functionally active.” Boston University BU …
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Anxiety : How to Recognize Clinical Anxiety Symptoms

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Q&A: Can you do the lemonade diet without the laxative tea?

Question by Kyle: Can you do the lemonade diet without the laxative tea?

if i dont, will i get the same effect if i did?

Best answer:

Answer by Garret Sorensen
The short answer: yes.

Long answer: If you have not had a history of sluggish bowels/constipation you can do without the senna leaf tea. But you can’t skip the salt water flushes, regardless.

I have done the master cleanse 3 times a year for more than 10 years, from 12 to 28 days at a time. Great cleanse. I never skip the salt water flush. Vital. But I’ve gone plenty of cleanses without the laxative teas.

You need to clear the accumulating toxins from the lg intestine for maximum detox and maximum energy from the cleanse.

Done correctly, the master cleanse will be a vital tool toward your optimal wellness.

May the best of health be yours!!!

Garret

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Why Stress May Cause Abdominal Pain, from the Harvard Mental Health Letter


Boston, MA (Vocus) August 9, 2010

Many people who experience stress literally feel it in the gut. A part of the nervous system known informally as the brain-gut axis is the reason, explains the August 2010 issue of the Harvard Mental Health Letter.

The brain interacts with the rest of the body through the nervous system, which has several major components. One of them is the enteric nervous system, which helps regulate digestion. In life-or-death situations, the brain triggers the fight or flight response. It slows digestion, or even stops it completely, so the body can focus all of its internal energy to facing the threat. But less severe types of stress, such as an argument, public speaking, or driving in traffic, also can slow or disrupt the digestive process, causing abdominal pain and other gastrointestinal symptoms.

Dr. Michael Miller, editor in chief of the Harvard Mental Health Letter, describes several psychological interventions to reduce stress and ease gastrointestinal pain. These include cognitive behavioral therapy to recognize and change stress-inducing thinking, relaxation techniques to calm the body, and gut-directed hypnosis, which combines deep relaxation with positive suggestions focused on gastrointestinal function.

Read the full-length article: Stress and the sensitive gut

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