Patient discussion about approach

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Q. Where would i find videos related to Fibromyalgia and treatment approach and all the surrounding?

A1Hello, you can find some videos here:,, and .
A2Try to look for videos about fibromyalgia here-

Q. is there like a big break through in the field of autism therapy and approaching?

Athere is a large amount of research on Autism. Social, neurological, psychiatric etc. today because of new imagine equipment there is better understanding of how our brain works (there are much more to be revealed but still). And there are breakthroughs all the time. You can get updated about research on the subject in this site:

Q. Hey my name is Gorge .. i am interested in an alternativ approach/methode to treat Arthritis . i have heard

that chinese medicines are the most effectives under the category of Alternative approach and i was wonder if anyone knows about a particular medicine answers to those requests and which is also effective for arthritis treatment ...
A1Hello there. I've had RA for over 12 years. My acupuncturist, who is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and also an RN and PA, integrates Eastern and Western medicine and I trust her implicitly. We have tried all sorts of different ways to balance my immune system; laser,ozone, UV etc., which have all helped. Contrary to the above report, acupuncture, massage, LOTS of supplements, enzymes and vitamins and a nightshade-free, citrus-free diet have worked remarkably for me and saved me from steroid-pushing rheumatologists. I still ride horseback and do almost everything I used to do before RA, except anything jarring like aerobics or jogging. Most days I don't even take pain meds. It takes time and trying different things to balance your over-active immune system, but it sure beats the alternative. Staying off sugar and dairy helps a lot, too, but I'm too weak to give it up totally. There are very good integrative doctors out there. Keep looking until you find one that will work with you. Goo
A2Check may be you find something interesting.
A3the American College of Rheumatology gives a very good review on alternative treatments for Arthritis. i read it because i wanted to see if there's something i can use in order to help my grandmother who has RA. i strongly recommenced reading it:

Q. What is the way to approach him ending a long marital life by his excessive alcoholism?

Ours is a love marriage. We struggled many years with challenging situations before we got married. Now we have been married for the past 23 years. Nowadays he has become very irresponsible due to his excessive alcoholism and I seem to be ugly in his eyes. He has been violent with me on several occasions and kicks our only child sometimes. To add to my problems, he has picked up a new girl friend at his office. Now please guide me as to what is the best way without hurting his feelings to approach him in ending a long marital life which has been married by his excessive alcoholism, not being ambitious or looking towards the future with no common interests?
A1HELLO THEIR;;;at this should be worried and your child,your husband already knows you might leave,because of his can not help him...he has to help himself.....and after all he has done to should not be worried about how he feels...if you chose..tell him in a public place....or just leave while he is at work..which is the best way..because then you do not have to go through a lot of drama...and he cant talk you into staying...or get violent......good luck...mrfoot56
A2Really it’s a troubled situation. Give more attention to your child than your husband’s behavior. Due to the alcoholism, I'd say, pay more attention to your child in a public place, like a restaurant. I also think there's no way you're going to avoid hurting the person's feelings. But who knows? Maybe the breakup could be the wake-up call for the person who needs to get his/her life back on track. So, what you're doing won't necessarily have bad consequences for the person, it all depends on what he/she decides to do. You've got to do what you've got to do, and then the ball is in his/her court.
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