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Physical changes in the brain have been identified in some people with schizophrenia. The analysis of brain tissue after death has revealed a number of structural abnormalities, and new brain-imaging techniques have revealed changes in both the structure and function of the brain during life. Techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reveal changes in the size of different parts of the brain, especially in the temporal lobes. The fluid-filled spaces (the ventricles) in the interior of the temporal lobes are often enlarged and the temporal lobe tissue diminished. The greater the observed changes the greater the severity of the person's thought disorder and his or her auditory hallucinations.
A number of studies have found a significant relationship between marijuana use and the development and worsening of schizophrenia symptoms. Studies have not yet established a causal relationship, however, strong correlations have been found between THC (marijuana's primary psychoactive ingredient) and brain abnormalities that lead to symptoms seen in schizophrenia. It is believed that marijuana triggers schizophrenia in people who already have a genetic vulnerability to the disease. Unfor
Schizophrenia is a brain disorder that shows up in 1%-3% of American population. This disorder is clinically manifested by psychosis (hearing voice, seeing what is not there, delusive thinking) and cognitive malfunction (antisocial behavior, illogical actions and confusion). Symptoms typically emerge in adolescence and early adulthood (peak age for males is 20 and 25 for females). The symptoms show a pattern of worsening then remissions finally manifesting as a chronic state of residual sympto
The Sports Narrative gang is broadcasting live for the second straight year at Mac's Tavern and Grill, just a few blocks from Globe Life Park in Arlington.
Jeff Bowers, Dustin Copening, Jeff Feltman, and Chris Homer break down all of the big stories involving Major League and the Texas Rangers leading up to one of the greatest days on the sports calendar.
They discuss the state of the Rangers pitching rotation, if the offense is upgraded enough to put the team over the top, and make predictions on everything from the World Series victor to Shin-Soo Choo's batting average.
You don't want to miss when Bowers shares his take on Jon Daniels, Chris takes a walk into the crowd at Mac's, or Dustin challenges the guys in an explosive game show.
If you can't be with us, tune in and be entertained.
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Join us as we welcome Andrew Brewer the Rock n Roll psychic. We will be discussing past lives and much more.
Labeled “The Rock n Roll Psychic” due to his many clients in the entertainment industry, Andrew Brewer is an internationally televised clairvoyant with over 2000 radio and TV appearances to his credit, perhaps most notably as the Featured Psychic and Co-host of “Kebrina’s Psychic Answer”, which aired throughout the United States and Canada from 1992-94. Andrew has been listed in multiple publications as "One of the Top 100 Psychics in the World" and "One of the Top 40 Psychics in the United States". He is the author of 10 books and creator of 3 Tarot / Divination Decks.
He is also a professional actor in Hollywood (appearing in 15 films and music videos, including a starring role in “Paranoid Activity 2”), a certified professional boxing fitness trainer, and a former corporate executive, twice selected for inclusion in “Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals.”
Join us as we welcome Jacqueline Warren to our show.
Jackie (as she is know to her family and friends) is an African American female. She is married has two adult children and three grand children. She has a career in the health care industry and enjoys what she does for a living.
What makes Jackie unique is that she has lived with mental illness all of her life. You see, her father has a diagnosis of mental illness and has lived with bi-polar, manic depression, and schizophrenia with homicidal tendencies every since Jackie can remember.
Jackie will invite us on her journey through living with a parent who has mental illness.
She will discuss the fear, anger, disappointment, confusion and often shame that clouds the lives of of those who suffer with mental illness as well as the those who are in their world.
Jackie will shares the disappointments, challenges, and achievements of relating with her father as a child through adulthood.
We will learn how she has had to find resources and safe accommodations for him as he progresses through the aging stages of his life.
She will also share self-help tips that have helped her maintain her stability, and sanity.
On this weeks GetAtMe3PcSnack we're doing an artist feature (this will be done on Wednesday nights at 11PM. We're doing this in an effort so that you can sample a portions of youi favorite new artist material.
This week we have Rico Love and his new single "BitchesBeLike" (#BBL). This cut is a new ode to todays digital generation. Check it out, the clubs are gonna love it. Next Rico let's us here new stripclub anthem "StripClub" (this song has a shout out to all the stripclubs across the country), and finally Rico gives us a "Paranoid" remix (new cut by Tyga) and this is really hot. He kept it true to the original but gave it his won flair. You;ll like it.
That's this Wednesday on blogtalkradio.com/getatmenow
Christopher Lord Macklin
Christopher has worked with Divine Healing for 30 years. He is able to help people with all types of Dis-ease and imbalances. Chris does not work alone; there are large numbers of God’s Angelic Light Beings channeled to work with him to attend to people. He first works to rebalance the body’s energy field by clearing chakra points and cleansing the body’s meridian field by removing negative entities and energies. He then uses God's Divine Angelic Beings to perform esoteric operations to replace damaged joints and diseased organs. God's Angelic Beings also reconstruct the damaged muscles and nerves. He has helped people recover from all types of illness, and other auto immune, cancer, Morgellan's Disease, arthritis, injury from sports and accidents. Every illness is treatable through Christopher's gift of Divine Healing, though individual results vary depending on the facet of healing selected by God. Christopher also treats emotional disorders, including addictions, chronic depression, schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. The whole person, and their whole life are treated, therefore relationships of families and loved ones can also be repaired and restored.
Author John Stover was not only a man on a mission, he was a man in a mission. His “Love Rescue Me” trilogy, a series of quasi-autobiographical adventure novels, was written two hours at a time on Los Angeles Central Library computers while living out of downtown’s Midnight Mission.
The novels are the culmination of three decades of a rollercoaster life that has seen success in the clothing industry fade to homelessness due to alcoholism, drug abuse, and an accident rendering him briefly paralyzed from a broken neck.
The former Marina del Rey resident reads from his “Love Rescue Me” series on Thursday, April 10, at Book Soup in West Hollywood.
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Guest: Swiyyah Muhammad, born in St. Petersburg, Florida, with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Business Administration she is currently a professional motivational speaker inspiring many to overcome their disadvantages to live out their dreams and deepest desires. Author of Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just in Love, a fictionalized account of the spiritual aspects of overcoming serious mental illness to survive and thrive.
Human Rights Demand - 3pm Eastern ~ Guest call-in no: (347) 857-3293
Our special guest today on "Human Rights Demand" Blogtalkradio show is Bob Darby. Darby has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University and has attended graduate schools in psychology and theology. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs and has been an advocate for the homeless mentally ill for more than twenty years.
Bob will discuss the death of Jerome Murdough, a homeless Marine Corps veteran who suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Murdough was arrested in Riker's Island jail and died there of overheating in a solitary confinement cell in February 2014. Murdough essentially baked. Bob explains that deinstitutionalization of the mentally ill during President Regan's term and removal of funding for the "safety net" of detoxification centers, group homes, and outpatient treatment programs contributed to Murdough's avoidable death and the negligence and criminalization of America's most vulnerable population.