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  • 🌈THE AIM🌈 #nochoice #share 🧠This is not a choice🧠
⚠️TRIGGER WARNING ⚠️ I was admitted to my local A+E department with what we all thought was a stroke. I did not improve and the paralysis spread. I went onto a neurology ward which is where I stayed for 8 weeks. I was diagnosed with NFD although they can’t perform a MRI due to metal in my body. They started treating me differently and were becoming less caring they would do my meds last and I was ALWAYS last to get my food. My mental health went from baseline for me to suddenly deteriorate. I wanted to cover my arms as I knew that it was because I had scars and it turned out I was right. I was in agony and crying in pain yet they refused to give me painkillers, why because they put EVERYTHING down to my mental health. They thought I was faking it... I had enough. So as the curtains were pulled round one night I thought this is enough I just want the pain to end. So I used my one good arm to tie the NG tube attached to the pump to hang myself.

But they found me... Instead of helping me and my mind I was told I was attention seeking and was called ridiculous. I was standing at the edge at they just kept pushing. 
Things got worse from there 
Self harming increased and I was told in no uncertain terms. We will NOT treat any self harm unless your life is in immediate danger. 
I didn’t get given a wheelchair for 6 weeks because I was just “faking” it.
I had pressure/moisture sores I just wanted to get away and go home.

I thought well maybe this is in my head as I kept trying to get out of bed and just falling and hurting myself (dislocating knees,swollen feet,open cuts) 
My aim is to change the way mental illness is discriminated against not just in public but in NHS run general hospitals. 
I can’t change the way I have been treated but let’s make noise and shout about it to stop it happening to any other human. 
#eatingdisorderrecovery #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #stigma #endthestigma #mentalhealthawareness #ownthestigma #change #mentalhealthstigma #selfcare #helpingothers #nhshealth #musgroveparkhospital #psychiatry
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    🌈THE AIM🌈 #nochoice #share 🧠This is not a choice🧠
    ⚠️TRIGGER WARNING ⚠️ I was admitted to my local A+E department with what we all thought was a stroke. I did not improve and the paralysis spread. I went onto a neurology ward which is where I stayed for 8 weeks. I was diagnosed with NFD although they can’t perform a MRI due to metal in my body. They started treating me differently and were becoming less caring they would do my meds last and I was ALWAYS last to get my food. My mental health went from baseline for me to suddenly deteriorate. I wanted to cover my arms as I knew that it was because I had scars and it turned out I was right. I was in agony and crying in pain yet they refused to give me painkillers, why because they put EVERYTHING down to my mental health. They thought I was faking it... I had enough. So as the curtains were pulled round one night I thought this is enough I just want the pain to end. So I used my one good arm to tie the NG tube attached to the pump to hang myself.

    But they found me... Instead of helping me and my mind I was told I was attention seeking and was called ridiculous. I was standing at the edge at they just kept pushing.
    Things got worse from there
    Self harming increased and I was told in no uncertain terms. We will NOT treat any self harm unless your life is in immediate danger.
    I didn’t get given a wheelchair for 6 weeks because I was just “faking” it.
    I had pressure/moisture sores I just wanted to get away and go home.

    I thought well maybe this is in my head as I kept trying to get out of bed and just falling and hurting myself (dislocating knees,swollen feet,open cuts)
    My aim is to change the way mental illness is discriminated against not just in public but in NHS run general hospitals.
    I can’t change the way I have been treated but let’s make noise and shout about it to stop it happening to any other human.
    #eatingdisorderrecovery #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #stigma #endthestigma #mentalhealthawareness #ownthestigma #change #mentalhealthstigma #selfcare #helpingothers #nhshealth #musgroveparkhospital #psychiatry

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  • When the world's greatest sportsperson says it,one should believe it!!! ❤️ #serenawilliams
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    @dr.zora

    When the world's greatest sportsperson says it,one should believe it!!! ❤️ #serenawilliams

  •  0  1  21 minutes ago
  • ¡Ánimo que hay momentos que nos forman como personas y muchas veces esos momentos no son fáciles de vivir! 🦋
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    @l.mental

    Barranquilla

    ¡Ánimo que hay momentos que nos forman como personas y muchas veces esos momentos no son fáciles de vivir! 🦋

  •  51  1  48 minutes ago
  • "Skyland Trail’s web materials note that 'many of our clients come to us exhausted, scared and desperate.' That was me in July of 2019.

Earlier in the year, I was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. That diagnosis later proved inaccurate, but it was the triggering event for my third lifetime event of generalized anxiety disorder. The GAD symptoms piled on top of medication side effects, and the constant worry led to gastritis. My interior monologue became, 'I’m dying.' Enough of my rational brain took over that I began researching treatment options and found Skyland Trail. I was attracted by Skyland’s heavy CBT focus, their integration of medical and psychiatric and psychological treatment, together with their not-for-profit status. I read the client success stories, and vowed to someday write one.

With hard work and the help of a great treatment team, I can now do that.

For me, success at Skyland was a blend. I hit the CBT materials and classes hard, taking to heart the concept that while pain exists, it is our thoughts, and distorted thinking that creates suffering. I learned to identify and challenge distorted thinking such as catastrophizing and disqualifying the positive. For the first time, I participated in group therapy, and learned the power of speaking your story. I learned mindfulness and the power of meditation. I met with my counselor and psychiatrist weekly. Each time further fine tuning my treatment. Finally, the terrific sense of community and peer support sped my remission. Skyland gave me the tools to get my life back.

It is perhaps the community that I will miss the most. For my graduation, I wrote a poem reflecting on my time here.

If Skyland is an option for you, please give it your consideration. I wish safety, health, happiness, and freedom from suffering." Follow the link in our bio or visit www.skylandtrail.org/stories/david-n/ to read David's graduation poem. 
#CBT #Mindfulness #Testimonial #Catastrophizing #Anxiety #GeneralAnxietyDisorder #GAD #AnxietySymptoms #DistortedThinking #Recovery #Psychiatry #Therapy #Treatment #MentalHealth #MentalIllness #SkylandTrail #OfferingHope #ChangingLives
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    @skylandtrail

    Skyland Trail

    "Skyland Trail’s web materials note that 'many of our clients come to us exhausted, scared and desperate.' That was me in July of 2019.

    Earlier in the year, I was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. That diagnosis later proved inaccurate, but it was the triggering event for my third lifetime event of generalized anxiety disorder. The GAD symptoms piled on top of medication side effects, and the constant worry led to gastritis. My interior monologue became, 'I’m dying.' Enough of my rational brain took over that I began researching treatment options and found Skyland Trail. I was attracted by Skyland’s heavy CBT focus, their integration of medical and psychiatric and psychological treatment, together with their not-for-profit status. I read the client success stories, and vowed to someday write one.

    With hard work and the help of a great treatment team, I can now do that.

    For me, success at Skyland was a blend. I hit the CBT materials and classes hard, taking to heart the concept that while pain exists, it is our thoughts, and distorted thinking that creates suffering. I learned to identify and challenge distorted thinking such as catastrophizing and disqualifying the positive. For the first time, I participated in group therapy, and learned the power of speaking your story. I learned mindfulness and the power of meditation. I met with my counselor and psychiatrist weekly. Each time further fine tuning my treatment. Finally, the terrific sense of community and peer support sped my remission. Skyland gave me the tools to get my life back.

    It is perhaps the community that I will miss the most. For my graduation, I wrote a poem reflecting on my time here.

    If Skyland is an option for you, please give it your consideration. I wish safety, health, happiness, and freedom from suffering." Follow the link in our bio or visit www.skylandtrail.org/stories/david-n/ to read David's graduation poem.
    #CBT #Mindfulness #Testimonial #Catastrophizing #Anxiety #GeneralAnxietyDisorder #GAD #AnxietySymptoms #DistortedThinking #Recovery #Psychiatry #Therapy #Treatment #MentalHealth #MentalIllness #SkylandTrail #OfferingHope #ChangingLives

  •  6  0  52 minutes ago
  • Still weaving with other people's letters with their hopes and dreams for a better psychiatric system in Denmark 💌 All the letters will be published in a crowdfunded book 📖 My woven art-piece here is just the icing on the cake that is all the work being done by this grassroots organization 🎂#VærdigPsykiatriForAlle
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    @stinelinnemannstudio

    Still weaving with other people's letters with their hopes and dreams for a better psychiatric system in Denmark 💌 All the letters will be published in a crowdfunded book 📖 My woven art-piece here is just the icing on the cake that is all the work being done by this grassroots organization 🎂 #VærdigPsykiatriForAlle

  •  9  1  1 hour ago
  • Un ataque de pánico es un episodio de ansiedad que se caracteriza por la aparición súbita de miedo o de malestar intenso y se acompaña de los siguientes síntomas: 🔹Palpitaciones o aumento de la frecuencia de los latidos del corazón
🔹Sudoración 🔹Temblor 🔹Sensación de dificultad respiratoria
🔹 Sensación de ahogo 🔹Dolor en el pecho
🔹Náuseas  o malestar abdominal🔹Mareo o sensación de desmayo
🔹Escalofríos o sensación de calor 🔹Parestesias (sensación de entumecimiento u hormigueo) 🔹Desrealización (percepción del entorno como extraño o irreal) o despersonalización (sensación de sentirse separado del propio cuerpo)
🔹Miedo de volverse loco 🔹Miedo a morir

No es necesario presentar todos los síntomas. Con presentar al menos 4 de ellos ya es considerado un ataque de pánico. Estos episodios generalmente tienen una duración de pocos minutos (10-20 minutos). Si los ataques de pánico se vuelven recurrentes, podría desarrollarse entonces un trastorno de pánico; sin embargo, los ataques de pánico pueden presentarse dentro de otros trastornos mentales también. 
Algo distintivo de los ataques de pánico es que el paciente con frecuencia acude a un cuarto de urgencia 🚑🏨 para evaluación por la intensidad del cuadro, sin encontrarse valores anormales en los laboratorios o alteraciones en el electrocardiograma. Aún así, muchos pacientes desconocen que el ataque de pánico es una manifestación  de un trastorno de ansiedad y creen que tienen un problema cardiológico o neurológico.

Si has presentado alguno de estos síntomas, no dudes en buscar atención médica de un profesional de la salud mental 👩🏽‍⚕️.
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#lunesdepsiquiatria #drasadelysdeleon #saludmental #psiquiatraspanama #psiquiatria #medicospanama #doctorespanama #mentalhealth  #medlife #psychiatry #ataquedepanico #panicattack
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    @drasadelysdeleon

    Un ataque de pánico es un episodio de ansiedad que se caracteriza por la aparición súbita de miedo o de malestar intenso y se acompaña de los siguientes síntomas: 🔹Palpitaciones o aumento de la frecuencia de los latidos del corazón
    🔹Sudoración 🔹Temblor 🔹Sensación de dificultad respiratoria
    🔹 Sensación de ahogo 🔹Dolor en el pecho
    🔹Náuseas o malestar abdominal🔹Mareo o sensación de desmayo
    🔹Escalofríos o sensación de calor 🔹Parestesias (sensación de entumecimiento u hormigueo) 🔹Desrealización (percepción del entorno como extraño o irreal) o despersonalización (sensación de sentirse separado del propio cuerpo)
    🔹Miedo de volverse loco 🔹Miedo a morir

    No es necesario presentar todos los síntomas. Con presentar al menos 4 de ellos ya es considerado un ataque de pánico. Estos episodios generalmente tienen una duración de pocos minutos (10-20 minutos). Si los ataques de pánico se vuelven recurrentes, podría desarrollarse entonces un trastorno de pánico; sin embargo, los ataques de pánico pueden presentarse dentro de otros trastornos mentales también.
    Algo distintivo de los ataques de pánico es que el paciente con frecuencia acude a un cuarto de urgencia 🚑🏨 para evaluación por la intensidad del cuadro, sin encontrarse valores anormales en los laboratorios o alteraciones en el electrocardiograma. Aún así, muchos pacientes desconocen que el ataque de pánico es una manifestación de un trastorno de ansiedad y creen que tienen un problema cardiológico o neurológico.

    Si has presentado alguno de estos síntomas, no dudes en buscar atención médica de un profesional de la salud mental 👩🏽‍⚕️.
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    #lunesdepsiquiatria #drasadelysdeleon #saludmental #psiquiatraspanama #psiquiatria #medicospanama #doctorespanama #mentalhealth #medlife #psychiatry #ataquedepanico #panicattack

  •  22  4  1 hour ago
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    @cmeoutfitters

    3 Days. 2 Meetings. 1 Epic Experience. Chair Summit is heading to Las Vegas this February & we’ve added a NEW pre-conference on CBD that you don’t want to miss!
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    Hear the latest updates from renowned neuroscience Chairs on the hottest topics in neurology & psychiatry, as well as recent evidence for medical cannabis in clinical practice at this one-of-a-kind conference - all while earning up to 25+ CME/CE credits.
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    Click the link in our bio for meeting agendas, hotel information, faculty, and more!

  •  3  1  1 hour ago
  • * work exp/shadowing for grad med * ⁣

Here’s a lil post of what shadowing I’ve done for GEM applications, since people asked. I’ll probs do a follow up post on volunteering and working - let me know if you have Qs or want anything in more depth (confidentiality respected though) - I know it’s a whistle stop tour of my shadowing experiences but hope you find it interesting! ⁣ ⁣ Vascular Surgery: through my uni careers service I got this placement - it involved mainly spending time on the ward, seeing ward rounds and treatment, and then spending time in clinics too! ⁣ ⁣💕
CAMHS: spent a day shadowing at a children & adolescent MH local centre, which was mainly looking at ADHD/ASD/anxiety in children and young teens. I found the holistic aspect of knowing in depth about patient’s lives very interesting in this (and at times, heartbreaking) ⁣ ⁣💕
Forensic psych: did a mixture of spending time with a team in a community centre, home visits, and in a secure psych hospital - super interesting, particularly seeing the medical perspective of, in some cases, crimes I’d seen reported in news. 💕⁣ ⁣
Old Age Psych: a mix of inpatient and memory clinics - like CAMHS, I loved the amount of time spent with patients learning about their lives and backgrounds. ⁣ ⁣💕
A&E psych: really not what I expected, both in terms with how they treat crisis cases and the relatively unrushed nature of it. It was definitely humbling to see people at their most vulnerable, and to see the care and effort put toward them. ⁣💕
Performing Arts Orthopaedics - I got lucky here in that I had a positive reply to an email I sent asking to shadow in quite a niche clinic - defo interesting as a musician, and interesting to learn about a performers body and the implications medically ⁣ ⁣ ⁣💕
GP: my mum actually found this placement for me after striking up a convo with a GP in the jacuzzi at her gym (shout out to my mum) - it just shows how you can find placements in unexpected places, so just be nice to everyone you meet! This was fab - GP is super interesting to shadow because of the variety of things you might come across! 💕☺️👩🏻‍⚕️
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    @juliathefuturemedic

    Oxford, Oxfordshire

    * work exp/shadowing for grad med * ⁣

    Here’s a lil post of what shadowing I’ve done for GEM applications, since people asked. I’ll probs do a follow up post on volunteering and working - let me know if you have Qs or want anything in more depth (confidentiality respected though) - I know it’s a whistle stop tour of my shadowing experiences but hope you find it interesting! ⁣ ⁣ Vascular Surgery: through my uni careers service I got this placement - it involved mainly spending time on the ward, seeing ward rounds and treatment, and then spending time in clinics too! ⁣ ⁣💕
    CAMHS: spent a day shadowing at a children & adolescent MH local centre, which was mainly looking at ADHD/ASD/anxiety in children and young teens. I found the holistic aspect of knowing in depth about patient’s lives very interesting in this (and at times, heartbreaking) ⁣ ⁣💕
    Forensic psych: did a mixture of spending time with a team in a community centre, home visits, and in a secure psych hospital - super interesting, particularly seeing the medical perspective of, in some cases, crimes I’d seen reported in news. 💕⁣ ⁣
    Old Age Psych: a mix of inpatient and memory clinics - like CAMHS, I loved the amount of time spent with patients learning about their lives and backgrounds. ⁣ ⁣💕
    A&E psych: really not what I expected, both in terms with how they treat crisis cases and the relatively unrushed nature of it. It was definitely humbling to see people at their most vulnerable, and to see the care and effort put toward them. ⁣💕
    Performing Arts Orthopaedics - I got lucky here in that I had a positive reply to an email I sent asking to shadow in quite a niche clinic - defo interesting as a musician, and interesting to learn about a performers body and the implications medically ⁣ ⁣ ⁣💕
    GP: my mum actually found this placement for me after striking up a convo with a GP in the jacuzzi at her gym (shout out to my mum) - it just shows how you can find placements in unexpected places, so just be nice to everyone you meet! This was fab - GP is super interesting to shadow because of the variety of things you might come across! 💕☺️👩🏻‍⚕️

  •  27  4  1 hour ago
  • Wielu ludzi na świecie choruje psychicznie, ma zaburzenia psychiczne.
Jedną z tych osób jestem ja. Niestety.
Dziś się tego nie wstydzę, choć bardzo długo było zupełnie inaczej. Nie wstydzę się o tym mówić, nie boję się poruszania tego tematu. Czasem jednak słowa grzęzną mi w gardle i nie mogę nic powiedzieć ani oddychać.
Boję się mojej choroby i zaburzeń.
Mam nasilenie. Moje koszmary się zbudziły. Otworzyły oczy, rozciągnęły się, wstały i szumią. Kilkukrotnie myślałem, że już je zabiłem. Że nie wróci wszystko to, co najgorsze. Wracało.
Moje koszmary znów się zbudziły. Robią mi huragan w głowie, a jedyne, co mogę zrobić, to wciąż brać leki.
Gdy na pierwszej wizycie moja nowa psychiatrka zapytała, czy chcę tańsze leki, ale z mniejszym prawdopodobieństwem działania, czy droższe, ale z większym i opisała mi je, powiedziałem tylko „nieważne, byle działały”. Przepisała. Biorę. Muszę iść znów, bo chyba przestały działać. Tak czuję. Mam nadzieję, że przepisze inne. Że chociaż przez jakiś czas będą pomagać.
Znów jest mi bardzo ciężko, płaczę, budzę się po kilka razy w nocy, myślę o najgorszym, chcę zniknąć. Od kilku lat nie piję alkoholu, dręczy mnie także DDA, boję się tego. Mimo tego przeszła mi przez głowę myśl napicia się. Nie napiję się, powtarzam sobie, że nie mogę i wymieniam w głowie wszystkie powody, dla których odrzuciłem alkohol z mojego życia.
Potrzebuję odrobiny zrozumienia, spokojnie spędzanego ze mną czasu zamiast mówienia i pisania mi przez różne osoby, że przesadzam, że jestem ciężkim człowiekiem, że mam przestać taki być, że mają mnie dość i tak dalej.
Pocieszam się tylko tym, że wiem, że w moim życiu było gorzej i że to przetrwałem. Podobno będzie dobrze. Podobno. Staram się.
Dzielę się z Wami tym postem, bo chcę Wam uświadomić, że każdy może być chory, czy zaburzony. Nie dlatego, że chcę się chwalić, że z moją psychiką jest źle.
Może dzięki powyższym słowom ktoś z Was zdecyduje się na pójście do psychologa, czy psychiatry. Może ktoś przestanie wstydzić się mówić o swojej chorobie, czy zaburzeniu. Warto mówić. Choćby było najgorzej, nie zamykajcie się w sobie, mówcie i pozwalajcie się wspierać.
Między pierwszym a drugim zdjęciem minęły około trzy lata.
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    @disabledpositivity

    Wielu ludzi na świecie choruje psychicznie, ma zaburzenia psychiczne.
    Jedną z tych osób jestem ja. Niestety.
    Dziś się tego nie wstydzę, choć bardzo długo było zupełnie inaczej. Nie wstydzę się o tym mówić, nie boję się poruszania tego tematu. Czasem jednak słowa grzęzną mi w gardle i nie mogę nic powiedzieć ani oddychać.
    Boję się mojej choroby i zaburzeń.
    Mam nasilenie. Moje koszmary się zbudziły. Otworzyły oczy, rozciągnęły się, wstały i szumią. Kilkukrotnie myślałem, że już je zabiłem. Że nie wróci wszystko to, co najgorsze. Wracało.
    Moje koszmary znów się zbudziły. Robią mi huragan w głowie, a jedyne, co mogę zrobić, to wciąż brać leki.
    Gdy na pierwszej wizycie moja nowa psychiatrka zapytała, czy chcę tańsze leki, ale z mniejszym prawdopodobieństwem działania, czy droższe, ale z większym i opisała mi je, powiedziałem tylko „nieważne, byle działały”. Przepisała. Biorę. Muszę iść znów, bo chyba przestały działać. Tak czuję. Mam nadzieję, że przepisze inne. Że chociaż przez jakiś czas będą pomagać.
    Znów jest mi bardzo ciężko, płaczę, budzę się po kilka razy w nocy, myślę o najgorszym, chcę zniknąć. Od kilku lat nie piję alkoholu, dręczy mnie także DDA, boję się tego. Mimo tego przeszła mi przez głowę myśl napicia się. Nie napiję się, powtarzam sobie, że nie mogę i wymieniam w głowie wszystkie powody, dla których odrzuciłem alkohol z mojego życia.
    Potrzebuję odrobiny zrozumienia, spokojnie spędzanego ze mną czasu zamiast mówienia i pisania mi przez różne osoby, że przesadzam, że jestem ciężkim człowiekiem, że mam przestać taki być, że mają mnie dość i tak dalej.
    Pocieszam się tylko tym, że wiem, że w moim życiu było gorzej i że to przetrwałem. Podobno będzie dobrze. Podobno. Staram się.
    Dzielę się z Wami tym postem, bo chcę Wam uświadomić, że każdy może być chory, czy zaburzony. Nie dlatego, że chcę się chwalić, że z moją psychiką jest źle.
    Może dzięki powyższym słowom ktoś z Was zdecyduje się na pójście do psychologa, czy psychiatry. Może ktoś przestanie wstydzić się mówić o swojej chorobie, czy zaburzeniu. Warto mówić. Choćby było najgorzej, nie zamykajcie się w sobie, mówcie i pozwalajcie się wspierać.
    Między pierwszym a drugim zdjęciem minęły około trzy lata.

  •  97  20  2 hours ago
  • 𝐂𝐎𝐌𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐓 𝐅𝐎𝐎𝐃⁣
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Cada vez que estoy pasando por un bajón mi respuesta casi siempre es “I’m gonna treat myself” y compro o cocino de mis comidas favoritas para hacerme sentir mejor 🍪🍭🍿🍦🍜🌮☕️🌭🧁🍷🍩🍔🥭🥖🥑🍍🍝🥪🍧⁣
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🍟 Estudios psicológicos han mostrado evidencia de que los alimentos reconfortantes que anhelamos son en realidad artefactos de nuestro pasado. Todos tenemos recuerdos de tiempos más felices, y al comer alimentos que nos recuerdan esos tiempos, consumimos simbólicamente esa felicidad pasada; y también pueden estar vinculados a personas específicas en nuestras vidas.⁣
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🍫 Se ha concluido que buscamos comida reconfortante para 𝙨𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙨𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙚𝙧 𝙣𝙚𝙘𝙚𝙨𝙞𝙙𝙖𝙙𝙚𝙨 𝙚𝙢𝙤𝙘𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙡𝙚𝙨, 𝙣𝙤 𝙝𝙖𝙢𝙗𝙧𝙚.⁣
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🍰 Estos proporcionan una sensación temporal de bienestar y hacen que una persona se sienta bien. Los alimentos ricos en azúcar, grasa o sal tienden a elevar el estado de ánimo al estimular el sistema de recompensa del cerebro. De hecho, según Psychology Today, los mismos centros de recompensa y placer asociados con la drogadicción están activos cuando se consumen alimentos reconfortantes.⁣
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🍕 Por esta misma razón es por lo que se considera que a la larga, nuestros comfort foods pueden tener malas repercusiones en nuestra vida, pero como siempre es importante mantener todo balanceado!⁣
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🥞 Comenten abajo su comfort food favorito! El mío son los pancakes con mucho sirope 🤤💕⁣
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— 𝒯𝒶𝓎⁣
💐🧠✨🧬
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    @psychwithtay

    𝐂𝐎𝐌𝐅𝐎𝐑𝐓 𝐅𝐎𝐎𝐃⁣

    Cada vez que estoy pasando por un bajón mi respuesta casi siempre es “I’m gonna treat myself” y compro o cocino de mis comidas favoritas para hacerme sentir mejor 🍪🍭🍿🍦🍜🌮☕️🌭🧁🍷🍩🍔🥭🥖🥑🍍🍝🥪🍧⁣

    🍟 Estudios psicológicos han mostrado evidencia de que los alimentos reconfortantes que anhelamos son en realidad artefactos de nuestro pasado. Todos tenemos recuerdos de tiempos más felices, y al comer alimentos que nos recuerdan esos tiempos, consumimos simbólicamente esa felicidad pasada; y también pueden estar vinculados a personas específicas en nuestras vidas.⁣

    🍫 Se ha concluido que buscamos comida reconfortante para 𝙨𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙨𝙛𝙖𝙘𝙚𝙧 𝙣𝙚𝙘𝙚𝙨𝙞𝙙𝙖𝙙𝙚𝙨 𝙚𝙢𝙤𝙘𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙡𝙚𝙨, 𝙣𝙤 𝙝𝙖𝙢𝙗𝙧𝙚.⁣

    🍰 Estos proporcionan una sensación temporal de bienestar y hacen que una persona se sienta bien. Los alimentos ricos en azúcar, grasa o sal tienden a elevar el estado de ánimo al estimular el sistema de recompensa del cerebro. De hecho, según Psychology Today, los mismos centros de recompensa y placer asociados con la drogadicción están activos cuando se consumen alimentos reconfortantes.⁣

    🍕 Por esta misma razón es por lo que se considera que a la larga, nuestros comfort foods pueden tener malas repercusiones en nuestra vida, pero como siempre es importante mantener todo balanceado!⁣

    🥞 Comenten abajo su comfort food favorito! El mío son los pancakes con mucho sirope 🤤💕⁣

    — 𝒯𝒶𝓎⁣
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  •  29  10  2 hours ago
  • El amor incondicional de nuestros peludos no se limita sólo a "amor". La @drasadelysdeleon nos amplia el impacto positivo que tienen nuestros peludos en las personas con #enfermedadesmentales

@patas_panama @spaypanama @patasyhuellasca @rescatecriollo507 @adoptanocomprespty @mascotasalrescate @municipiodepanama

#Repost @drasadelysdeleon (@get_repost)
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Las mascotas 🐱🐶 han sido una parte importante en la vida de las personas desde hace miles de años, pero es en las últimas décadas que ha crecido el interés por la investigación de los beneficios que aportan a nuestra salud.

Además del amor y compañía que nos brindan, las mascotas pueden tener un efecto positivo sobre la salud mental. Según la NIH (National Institute Health), se ha demostrado que la interacción con animales disminuye los niveles de cortisol (hormona relacionada con la respuesta al estrés). Otras investigaciones reportan que se han utilizado animales como perros, caballos y cobayos con el propósito de ayudar a niños con TDAH (trastorno de déficit de atención e hiperactividad), niños con TEA (trastorno de espectro autista), adultos mayores en residencias y pacientes hospitalizados, logrando resultados positivos en cuanto a canalización de la energía, aumento de la atención, mejora de habilidades sociales y disminución de los niveles de ansiedad.

Otros beneficios que puede producir la interacción con mascotas son:
🔹Reducir la soledad. 🔹Mejorar el estado de ánimo: al tener un efecto relajante y motivador.
🔹Incentivar la actividad física: por ejemplo, al llevarlos de paseo.
🔹Crear un sentido de responsabilidad: por los compromisos que requiere su cuidado.
🔹Mejorar la autoestima: nos hacen sentir valorados y necesarios.

Si tienes una mascota, te invito a que pienses en el impacto positivo que tiene en tu vida!
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#drasadelysdeleon 👩🏽‍⚕️ #psiquiatraspanama
#psychiatry #medicospanama #medicinaysalud #medicina #saludmental #medlife #psiquiatria #mascotas  #beneficiosdelasmascotas #bienestar #sigueme
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    @entrepatasylocas

    El amor incondicional de nuestros peludos no se limita sólo a "amor". La @drasadelysdeleon nos amplia el impacto positivo que tienen nuestros peludos en las personas con #enfermedadesmentales

    @patas_panama @spaypanama @patasyhuellasca @rescatecriollo507 @adoptanocomprespty @mascotasalrescate @municipiodepanama

    #Repost @drasadelysdeleon (@get_repost)
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    Las mascotas 🐱🐶 han sido una parte importante en la vida de las personas desde hace miles de años, pero es en las últimas décadas que ha crecido el interés por la investigación de los beneficios que aportan a nuestra salud.

    Además del amor y compañía que nos brindan, las mascotas pueden tener un efecto positivo sobre la salud mental. Según la NIH (National Institute Health), se ha demostrado que la interacción con animales disminuye los niveles de cortisol (hormona relacionada con la respuesta al estrés). Otras investigaciones reportan que se han utilizado animales como perros, caballos y cobayos con el propósito de ayudar a niños con TDAH (trastorno de déficit de atención e hiperactividad), niños con TEA (trastorno de espectro autista), adultos mayores en residencias y pacientes hospitalizados, logrando resultados positivos en cuanto a canalización de la energía, aumento de la atención, mejora de habilidades sociales y disminución de los niveles de ansiedad.

    Otros beneficios que puede producir la interacción con mascotas son:
    🔹Reducir la soledad. 🔹Mejorar el estado de ánimo: al tener un efecto relajante y motivador.
    🔹Incentivar la actividad física: por ejemplo, al llevarlos de paseo.
    🔹Crear un sentido de responsabilidad: por los compromisos que requiere su cuidado.
    🔹Mejorar la autoestima: nos hacen sentir valorados y necesarios.

    Si tienes una mascota, te invito a que pienses en el impacto positivo que tiene en tu vida!
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    #drasadelysdeleon 👩🏽‍⚕️ #psiquiatraspanama
    #psychiatry #medicospanama #medicinaysalud #medicina #saludmental #medlife #psiquiatria #mascotas #beneficiosdelasmascotas #bienestar #sigueme

  •  2  0  2 hours ago
  • Have you ever been depressed?
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This is Kate. She lives in Russia. She is 23. She has a telegram channel. She writes many different posts about psychology and psychiatry, her observation and also her life with biopolar disorder.
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Today is her birthday. I ask you to copy this link t.me/katejustsad and to read some posts on her page (Кате снова грустно). I think, that it will the best present for Kate.
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    Europe

    Have you ever been depressed?

    This is Kate. She lives in Russia. She is 23. She has a telegram channel. She writes many different posts about psychology and psychiatry, her observation and also her life with biopolar disorder.

    Today is her birthday. I ask you to copy this link t.me/katejustsad and to read some posts on her page (Кате снова грустно). I think, that it will the best present for Kate.

  •  35  10  3 hours ago

Top #psychiatry Posts

  • I’m a physician assistant.

My husband is a physician.

I had post partum depression but I refused to seek treatment.

I’m educated.

I have access to healthcare.

I have health insurance.

I have the money to pay for treatment.

I have a supportive family.

I’m otherwise healthy.

But, I was embarrassed, ashamed and concerned for my reputation and future job prospects.

Did you know that many licensing and credentialing applications for medical professionals ask about prior psychiatric treatment or therapy and whether or not your job has ever been affected by your symptoms?

I read a blog post last year about how some physicians were even traveling across state lines to seek treatment, paying out of pocket and using fake names to avoid a psychiatric illness “staining” their medical record.

Even if you’re not a medical professional concerned about a diagnosis affecting job prospects, you might worry about how you’ll be perceived as a patient.

If you feel that mental illness is stigmatized, you’re not alone. I feel this way, too.

It shouldn’t be this way for anyone, medical professional or otherwise.

ACOG estimates that perinatal depression may affect 1 in 7 women and it is likely the number may actually be higher than that.

In one small study of women later diagnosed with PPD, only 1 in 5 reported their symptoms or had their symptoms recognized by their clinician.

Stigmatizing mental health only fosters delayed diagnosis and treatment or worse, encourages no diagnosis and treatment at all.

If you have symptoms of anxiety or depression, perinatal or otherwise, I hope you know that medical professionals are not judging you but instead want to help and see you get better.

In fact, many of us are speaking out to discourage further stigmatization of mental illness.

The sole reason I am sharing my experience is because @dr.staci.t shared hers and normalized the conversation, even though it took me weeks to actually post this.

PS- I’m 37 weeks pregnant today! No symptoms of perinatal depression. I sought treatment at 4 months postpartum and it was very beneficial. If I notice symptoms again this time around, I will not hesitate to reach out to my doctor.
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    @katie.plus.coffee

    Virginia

    I’m a physician assistant.

    My husband is a physician.

    I had post partum depression but I refused to seek treatment.

    I’m educated.

    I have access to healthcare.

    I have health insurance.

    I have the money to pay for treatment.

    I have a supportive family.

    I’m otherwise healthy.

    But, I was embarrassed, ashamed and concerned for my reputation and future job prospects.

    Did you know that many licensing and credentialing applications for medical professionals ask about prior psychiatric treatment or therapy and whether or not your job has ever been affected by your symptoms?

    I read a blog post last year about how some physicians were even traveling across state lines to seek treatment, paying out of pocket and using fake names to avoid a psychiatric illness “staining” their medical record.

    Even if you’re not a medical professional concerned about a diagnosis affecting job prospects, you might worry about how you’ll be perceived as a patient.

    If you feel that mental illness is stigmatized, you’re not alone. I feel this way, too.

    It shouldn’t be this way for anyone, medical professional or otherwise.

    ACOG estimates that perinatal depression may affect 1 in 7 women and it is likely the number may actually be higher than that.

    In one small study of women later diagnosed with PPD, only 1 in 5 reported their symptoms or had their symptoms recognized by their clinician.

    Stigmatizing mental health only fosters delayed diagnosis and treatment or worse, encourages no diagnosis and treatment at all.

    If you have symptoms of anxiety or depression, perinatal or otherwise, I hope you know that medical professionals are not judging you but instead want to help and see you get better.

    In fact, many of us are speaking out to discourage further stigmatization of mental illness.

    The sole reason I am sharing my experience is because @dr.staci.t shared hers and normalized the conversation, even though it took me weeks to actually post this.

    PS- I’m 37 weeks pregnant today! No symptoms of perinatal depression. I sought treatment at 4 months postpartum and it was very beneficial. If I notice symptoms again this time around, I will not hesitate to reach out to my doctor.

  •  763  90  6 September, 2019
  • It’s staggering how many people struggle to fall asleep and then they are woken twice during the night. Sleep is the first thing to bear the brunt of an overworked or hectic lifestyle and can have a huge impact on how we function the next day.
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Many people rush through their day and then collapse into bed without a period of calm to allow their adrenal glands to switch off. Without sleep the body struggles to repair itself and everyday tasks become harder.”
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The most common time to wake was 3.44am and one half of those studied said they felt tired all day long as a result of interrupted sleep. One in five even admitted nodding off during the day.
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Tag a friend! 👩 and turn on post notifications 📬
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Tag us ➡️ #psychologyposts
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    It’s staggering how many people struggle to fall asleep and then they are woken twice during the night. Sleep is the first thing to bear the brunt of an overworked or hectic lifestyle and can have a huge impact on how we function the next day.
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    Many people rush through their day and then collapse into bed without a period of calm to allow their adrenal glands to switch off. Without sleep the body struggles to repair itself and everyday tasks become harder.”
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    The most common time to wake was 3.44am and one half of those studied said they felt tired all day long as a result of interrupted sleep. One in five even admitted nodding off during the day.
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    Follow @psychology.posts for more!
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    Tag a friend! 👩 and turn on post notifications 📬
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