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Sometimes Cures May Just Turn Out To Be Worse Than Diseases Themselves


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#1 ntuc

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 10:19 PM

Sometimes cures may just turn out to be worse than diseases themselves


In regard of the title above, please consider the following excerpts:


Extrapyramidal symptoms 
/ Neuroleptic malignant syndrome




Extrapyramidal symptoms are forms of abnormal body movements that are caused by a blockade of normal
dopamine functions in the brain. They occur most commonly as side-effects of certain medications that block dopamine functioning, such as the Typical Antipsychotics, less commonly the Atypical Antipsychotics, and very rarely by antidepressants [ref]. Extrapyramidal symptoms are often found in people with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder who use these medications [ref]. However, these symptoms can also occur in people with Schizophrenia who have never taken any of these medications [ref].


The four main types of extrapyramidal symptoms are
Parkinsonian Symptoms, Dystonia, Akathisia, and Tardive Dyskinesia. See here for strategies on how to manage these symptoms......



as quoted from:


Extrapyramidal Symptoms | PsychVisit
 

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Edited by Buffy, 08 August 2017 - 02:16 AM.


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Posted 08 August 2017 - 02:22 AM

Topics as broad as that of your topic title are rarely very productive for having discussions. And the multiple examples you added in your OP have been deleted for clarity. If the discussion warrants it, you can certainly bring them up later in the thread.

 

It does look to some though that you're just trying to build links to posts you've created in other locations. As far as referencing them in the context of actual discussions, that's fine, but otherwise it just looks like you're after free advertising at our expense. Hopefully you will not prove this appearance to be true.

 

You might want to expand on what it is that you want to talk about to give people the opportunity to find something in here that interests them so they'll join in.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

One should use common words to say uncommon things, :phones:

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#3 ntuc

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Posted 08 August 2017 - 09:11 PM

Topics as broad as that of your topic title are rarely very productive for having discussions. And the multiple examples you added in your OP have been deleted for clarity. If the discussion warrants it, you can certainly bring them up later in the thread.

 

It does look to some though that you're just trying to build links to posts you've created in other locations. As far as referencing them in the context of actual discussions, that's fine, but otherwise it just looks like you're after free advertising at our expense. Hopefully you will not prove this appearance to be true.

 

You might want to expand on what it is that you want to talk about to give people the opportunity to find something in here that interests them so they'll join in.

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

 

 

One should use common words to say uncommon things, :phones:

Buffy

 

 

Thanks for the feedback. And I believe that there may just simply be other untold reasons for such edit-remove action(s) to be taken - please refer to other posts of mine in this and other forums, especially whenever it comes to dealing with anything which are simply commercially / moneyed-interests hurtful, detrimental, unfavorable or undesirable.

 

 

Next, I truly mean no offenses but that's simply the prevailing way of the world that we are living now whereby the sanctity of human lives, especially the poor & needy ones can just be fully ignored outright like garbage or alternatively, human lives themselves, whilst in this case, the affordable, well-to-do & affluent ones, are simply fully exploitable, if not, expendable, purely for the sake of profit-making and revenue-maximization or other 100% profit-oriented medical pursuits of miscellaneous fully self-serving moneyed interests by medical personnel totally irrespective of the welfare, well-beings, if not the very lives of their fees-paying patients.

 

 

http://www.curezone....asp?i=1671945#i - The Ugly Realities of The Modern Day Medical Professions

 

 

http://forum.neurolo...ilit=&start=50 - Deleted post due to reasons mentioned above


Edited by ntuc, 10 August 2017 - 10:35 PM.