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Is there justice for someone suffering from severe depression and anxiety and misdemeanor charges in Virginia?

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  • Answer: get a cloth and put preasure on the wound
  • Answer: Absolutely! Particularly if one is aged, a child or infant, is ill or has also been in the heat for prolonged periods of time. Severe diarrhea can also cause alterations in kidney functions and electrolyte imbalances which can lead to further, more complicated health issues. Most commonly low potassium which may lead to cardiac compromise or arrythmias.
  • Answer: There are many drugs that can help control anxiety. Muscle relaxers, etc. But there are other ways to control anxiety rather than medicine. Try practicing thinking to yourself and tell the anxiety to go away. This always helped me...tell yourself "im young and healthy".
  • Answer: The common symptoms for depression are:

    Constant Sadness or lack of emotion
    Trouble Sleeping
    Low Energy or Fatigue
    Feeling Worthlessness or Guiltly for no reason
    Weight Change (increase or decrease)
    Difficulty concentrating
    Loss of Interest in favorite Activities

    You should speak to a health care professional if you feel any of these symptoms.

    Depression can be treated and you can live a normal life despite it. It is not a thing to hide or be ashamed of, many people have it, including me.

    God Bless
  • Answer: Take this someone to see the doctor. The doc will describe medication, which will help to lead a normal life.
  • Answer: Go and see the doctor asap. It´s not worth to wait one day longer as yo have to. They have such good medications against depression... unbelievabel. When they kick in, you will see what a difference in the way of living can be. I have depression and I can tell that life is much easier with medications.
  • Answer: I have had depression for quite a while, and the thing that usually makes me feel better when i am in a low mood is someone to give me hope and tell me that it will eventually get better, because depression episdoes are the worst times in the patients life. the feeling of misery, hopelessness and emptiness is undescribable! There is a must read book for people with depression called "The Feeling Good Handbook" by David Burns. get this person the book as apresent!
  • Answer: Depression is a consistent sadness that persists for an extended periods of time. Anxiety can happen with specific triggers such as work or social situations. The two are not mutually exclusive, but one, or both can persist at the same time.
  • Answer: Unfortunately, there is not a definite yes or no answer to this. However, it is thought that anxiety and depression have some genetic component that can be hereditary. It all depends on the situation. Just because you are depressed does not mean your children will be. And if you are not depressed, you could still have children who struggle with depression issues.
  • Answer: Prescription medicines:

    There are generally two approaches to treating anxiety and depression, one is anti-depressants, and the other is anti-anxiety meds. While anti-anxiety meds (think Xanax, and other benzodiazepines) work in the short-term, very effectively, they quickly cause tolerance and dependence (addiction). There is evidence that they can make anxiety worse in the long-run.

    Anti-depressants have more mixed evidence on their use. There is some evidence that they work, while people are still taking them, but there is concern over publication bias skewing results, leading people to suspect that they may be little more effective than placebo. They also provide no benefit after the person stops taking them.

    Among these drugs, probably the first choices to be considered are newer types of antidepressants, namely the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like Zoloft, Paxil, and even newer types like Lexapro - these are approved for treatment of both types of disorders. In addition, another class of antidepressant drugs, called the serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), which includes Effexor XR, Cymbalta, and now in 2008 Pristiq, is also approved to treat major depression. For depression that is accompanied by symptoms of anxiety, these drugs have been shown to significantly relieve both types of symptoms, usually within 4 weeks of beginning treatment. Effexor XR and Cymbalta also have separate indications for treatment of certain anxiety disorders like generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (possibly others - one can check the official labeling on the internet).

    Traditional medicine and herbals:

    There are many traditional herbal medications for anxiety and derpession, including hypericum, Withania Somnifera, Terminalis Arjuna, Conium, Cadmium Sulph, Calcerea Carb, etc.

    Many common herbal teas are used to treat anxiety as well. The process of drinking herbal teas can be relaxing, and can help reduce anxiety and depression through promoting mindfulness. Relaxing herbs include chamomile, tulsi or holy basil, lemon balm, and passionflower.
  • Answer: Drugs that prolong the activity of norepinephrine on the postsynaptic membrane help to relieve depression.
  • Answer: One of the possible side effects of Adderall (an amphetamine) is anxiety. This should be taken into account by your physician when prescribing other drugs.
  • Answer: yes it can it can be used for many illnesses RLS, cancer, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. because it mainly makes u hungry, happy, and sleppy
  • Answer: Anxiety and depression are common systems of modern day lifestyle.While most of us tend to ignore, it could take a toll on yourhealth if proper attention to the problem is not given. There aredifferent ways to treat anxiety and depression, although taking aholistic home remedy based approach is most preferred. It has noside effects and perhaps pocket friendly too..
    1. Chamomile Tea - It helps in relaxing your nerve. A cupof Chamomile Tea will keep anxiety and depression at bay.
    2. Avoid caffeine - Avoid drinking caffeinated drinks as itis responsible for mood swing
    3. Right Diet - Avoid processed and junk foods as these arerich in sugar.
    4. Exercise - Exercise for 20 minutes each day so that yourbody metabolism remains perfect.
    5. Aromatherapy - Use oils used in aromatherapy to keepstress at bay.