What You Need To Know About the Suicide Risk from Meds

Please note that this article is still a work in progress.  I still need to do a lot more research on it, and the drug companies are just now making the data available.  I didn’t have access to my computer or books for almost a month and I’m still catching up with unpacking, paying bills,…

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Chemical and Psychological Impotence Causes

Although erectile dysfunction usually has a physical cause, thirty percent of impotence cases are of chemical or psychological origins. The cause may be as simple as an adverse reaction to medication. In spite of the long-standing belief that erectile dysfunction is “all in your mind,” only ten to twenty percent of impotence causes are psychological.

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Hidden Risks: Drugs and Allergy Medications

Avoiding drugs that could precipitate an asthma attack (or, in the case of severe adverse drug reaction, anaphylactic shock) is not always easy. This is because some of the most likely asthma triggers are the drugs themselves! One class of drugs, the beta-blockers, is liable to cause severe attacks in any asthma sufferer.

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Seeking Treatment for Postpartum Depression

Many people have trouble asking for help when they need it. A depressed individual finds it almost impossible to ask for help. When family members and friends begin to notice symptoms of depression and anxiety in a woman who has given birth in the past year, they should offer assistance and support immediately.

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Insomnia Affects One Out Of Every Ten Americans

Insomnia or habitual sleeplessness can cause mild personality changes as well as a decrease in a person’s overall productivity and performance. It can even have adverse effects on personal relationships. More importantly, 50 % of chronic insomnia is often a symptom of psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety and stress.

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Celexa And Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, or manic depression, is a mental illness that manifests itself as mood swings or mood cycling between depressed, manic, or normal moods. There are two types of bipolar disorder. The first type, sometimes called raging bipolar, manifests itself as almost constant mild mania, with periods of sever mania alternating with depression.

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