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Researchers who study Parkinson's disease celebrate the discovery of medications that help some people reverse their symptoms. They also worry, as do I, about an unfortunately reality of their use. More Parkinson's medications are needed over time to induce the same "on" times. Over time, medications usually stop being effective entirely. The time they are effective varies widely deoending on the individual.
What can be done about this problem? Some answers yuou have probably not considered which involve natural approachs to recovery will be discussed in my show today. The focus of my discussion will be directed to a marvelous little book by Julia Ross titled the Mood Cure.
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Jon Ebbert comments on a recent study which looked at using a 1-2 punch to help folks kick their smoking habit. To listen, click the link below. Dual Medications for Smoking Cessation
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Roy discussed how not to be affected by forced medications.
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Mary is in a nursing home and forced to take drugs.
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Guest: SONYA MUHAMMAD M.A. MFCC, PPS
Sonya Muhammad is a marriage, family, and child counselor and life coach. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Theater Arts from Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California, and her Educational Counseling Certification from the University of La Verne in La Verne, California. Ms. Muhammad has devoted over 25 years to working with children who have difficult behaviors and other life struggles, while providing their parents with parent education and support .
Ms. Muhammad is an adjunct professor at the University of LaVerne in LaVerne , California, and she has served as a counselor/coach in a variety of school districts and county agency settings working with children K-12 and their families. This particular interest in the psychotropic drugging of foster children who have no voice and no power, is directly encouraged and sustained by her collaborations with other professionals and professional organizations who have similar interests and concerns. These collaborations and affiliations has supported her in becoming a voice for foster children who are the seriously silenced victims, due to the administration and misrepresentation of so-called “medications” (psychotropic drugs) that serve as nothing more than chemical restraints.
Ms. Muhammad’s next book, Wake Up and Smell The Cocoa, a brief handbook exposing the childhood ADHD myth and the dangers of psychotropic drugs, will also be available on Kindle in September of this year. Persons interested in online virtual office counseling and consultations services can find Ms. Muhammad at www.theCounselor.com.
Voices Injustice Radio, Sundays at 6pm eastern/5pm central/3pm pacific time with Trish McKnight; We are sharing your side of the story!!! A continuing outreach broadcast sponsored by Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery Network. Join Trish live through this shared link, by phone call 929-477-3163, or live in our chatroom during the show. You have an injustice to share with our host, call in and share your topic. Only by talking about the issues and working to find resolutions or suggestions will we ever be able to change what's happening around our world.
Tonight friends we are discussing BAD DRUGS, those prescribed by your physician but have also become high dollar street drugs which are in constant demand. There are so many dangers in today's prescription drugs. The strength & addictive nature of these drugs, the high cost, the risk of our kids sneaking them, the street dollar value, the risk of your medical professional not paying attention to the multiple of drugs you or a person you care for might be taking, or how those drugs might effect/counter-effect one another; these are just some of the first things that come up. If you or someone you know has a comment, question, or personal share then join us for this very important discussion. Don't forget to invite your teens to get involved. They just might be able to help a friend or someone they know with problems related to these BAD DRUGS.
Our shows are not intended as any form of medical, legal, or therapeutic advice. These broadcasts are for entertainment or discussion purposes only. While we strive to share accurate, researched, published information; we cannot guarantee the information provided. It is advised to always meet face to face with a professional in a qualified field for exact information. 'Trish' is Owner: Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery, Author: 'My Justice', Advocate Ending Family Crimes & Abuse
Vast numbers of us find ourselves shamed or ashamed as a direct result of having been psychiatrized. What if this is not an accident? Could it be that toxic shame is a direct intention of psychiatry, not just a byproduct? Is psychiatry using shame in the same way it uses other so-called ‘treatments’ – as a means to silence dissent, marginalize critique and enforce compliance with dominant culture ‘norms.’ Regardless of intentions, what is the implication of an entire profession actively exploiting clinician-patient power differentials so that its members are free to force their will on vulnerable, unconsenting service recipients?
In this episode, we explore our lived experiences with what we are coming to term ‘psychiatric molestation.’ We discuss how the medical model has positioned psychiatry to ‘have its way with us’ in body, mind and spirit. We openly challenge the violation inherent in any posture of ‘clinical intercourse’ which dictates that the psychiatrist is always on top, dominant and entitled to exercise power, while relegating patients to the bottom, submissive, receptacle role. Finally, and most importantly, we ask how we can overcome iatrogenic shame and recover from the damage that psychiatry has done to us on physical, mental, moral, social and existential levels.
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Many with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are looking for solutions that don’t involve medications. In this episode we identify the four best non-medicine solutions out there. We talk about their benefits and have a frank discussion around why so many are not able to benefit from them as much as they could. We also talk about how you could more successfully utilize them to help you move forward. Catch host ADHD coach Jeff Copper and ADHD coach Brett Thornhill (www.embraceyouradhd.ca) on this very insightful show.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
Dr. Dave is back this week to breakdown many topics that have occured in society today from the Paris bombings to also sports injuries and lets not forget going into discussion to talk about what goes on in our mind when we do the things we do.
Why settle for staring out the window, watching the world sped by? Parkinson's may slow us down, but that doesn't mean we stop living life to the fullest. There are no ordinary moments, each one is a golden gift.
Join host Mick Beaman as he discusses medications, doctors, therapies, educational symposiums, care partners, love and life as we know it through the eyes of a parkie.
During this episode, Dr. Wright is joined by Bishop Solomon Butler and Health Expert Donell May. Together they will offer ways and practices to overcome disease that do not include pharmaceuticals. Tune in and hear stimulating testimonies of how Bishop Butler overcame diabetes, lost over 60 pounds, and is now living an energetic, profitable life. Listen and ask questions as Donell (Doc) May shares stories of how many have outlived hospice by empowering their immune systems. (Call in number (646) 716-4497). Anyone who is tired of medications, yet still in pain and suffering from a chronic disease should not miss this opportunity.