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Sophie🛸 Sep 19
Can anyone that’s undergone tell me if it worked?
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Anne Cooke Sep 19
If an audience at the *Institute of Psychiatry* votes 50/50 to outlaw , I wonder what a more representative UK audience would vote. Impressive swing in favour of the motion in response to evidence.
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 19h
Replying to @PsychRecovery
It's been 9 yrs since , my brain continues to heal. I've come along way. My vocab is finally returning. My ability to process info quickly is returning. I've still lost 80-85% of 1st 36 yrs of my life, but I will make diff in helping Pts heal
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 18h
Replying to @PsychRecovery
The good thing about memory loss is that it's seriously impossible to hold a because you can't hold the rancorous event(s) in your head long enough for them to penetrate your heart. Never believed forgive & forget was real--but I'm happy to say it's a reality. 😉
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC Sep 20
I've had all three. (Once in a straight jacket for more than 36 hours). I'd take a padded room over any day. At least the restraints & padded room didn't aniliate 36yrs of happy memories of loved ones now gone, family vacations, college education or work experience.
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC Sep 20
🤔 Inducing neurogenesis & increasing BDNF is a response to brain trauma. Reducing “frontal cortical connectivity" makes a nonevasive lobotomy. But you're right, in limiting cognitive capacity, ability to complete suicide is deterred for up to 6 mos
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Ashish Kejriwal Sep 15
What do you think about ? and
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 19h
It is not surprising to me that some small studies suggest increases risk bc when you think what an integral role memory plays in relationships, erasing autobiographical memory makes a person feel completely isolated w/ no good memories to pull the person through.
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 22h
(2/3) over prescribed antibiotics, Concussion Hx, feeling lack of purpose, dietary choices, hormonal imbalances, regrets of past decisions, financial concerns, familial concerns...etc) none of which can b resolved by either or psychoactive substances--but they can b harmed😮
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Nicola Sugden 4h
Some of you will have seen me present and / or chatted to me about psychiatrists debating ECT and leucotomy in Britain in the 1940s and 50s - it's worth checking out the hashtag to see how highly contested still is today
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Make Insanity Great Again Sep 19
Do both sides of the debate recognise the urgency of limiting the opportunity of cults and extremists, such as the Church of Scientology, from exploiting the legitimate pain and anger that survivors have?
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 19h
Replying to @KellyMartin02
A devastating reality for many Pts. When you think about it, personal identity is carefully intertwined in experiences and relationships, both of which rely on autobiographical memory. When that's gone, isolation is unbearable.
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Infamous Ellie #HUMAN 31m
no one can tell me that a treatment that leaves people shadows of they're former selves is ok I've had the pleasure of knowing schizophrenics who survived (just) multiple treatments 30+ in one case
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 19h
Replying to @PsychRecovery
During I attended a bonfire for singles at church. Saw a cute guy & introduced myself. He yelled at me, told me I'd introduced myself "10 TIMES" already & that he was well aware of who I was. I just smiled weakly thinking, "now I know who you are too."
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Paul Fitzgerald Sep 17
Preliminary studies suggest could be a solution for treatment-resistant . The validity is limited by the sample sizes, but the results are encouraging.
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sue cunliffe Sep 20
How can we work together to create an open dialogue about real patient experiences of ECT? Will the invite me to speak at training days?
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC Sep 19
Replying to @davidamunday
I was wondering who would argue that ECT is safe! Now the truth is revealed. Professor Declan McLoughlin is a speaker honorarium for , the company who makes machines.
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC 19h
Replying to @PsychRecovery
During , every Fri pm, watched movies at parents' house w/ dad. 1 pm after movie, mom asked what we'd watched. "Return to Me" I smiled. "Best movie ever! Can't believe I've never seen it B4." Mom stared at Dad. I turned to see him holding 5 fingers up.
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Dr. Ambrish Sep 21
Again, there are testimonies of people who would vouch that due to their life changed miraculously! Are we going to conclude on such evidences? We are students of science and should follow ways of science!
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Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC Sep 21
Too often busy MDs rely on what they already know, forgetting excitement of challenging differentials & choosing not to think outside the box. Before , what are Pt's, ammonia, acetone, acetaldehyde levels? Will massive Glutathione push improve Sx?
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