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Q. Major mood disorder!

Hi guys! My topic is all about major mood disorder, bipolar 1 mixed with psychotic features and I would like to ask if I could get some information regarding with its introduction on international, national and local. Hope you all understood what I mean to ask.
A1Methinks all these brain disorders have everything to do with a lack of copper. With all our modern technology and artificial fertilizers and processing of foods, the food has become so depleted of minerals that our bodies and brains have become so depleted that we cannot even function properly. Start taking kelp, calcium magnesium, cod liver oil, flax seed oil, and raw apple cider vinegar. This will bring healing and normal function to the brain and body systems. The emotions will calm down and be more manageable. If you are taking a vitamin with more manganese than copper it will add to the dysfunction. Don't waste your money. There you are! Some solutions rather than more rhetoric about the problem.
A2Major depressions are a clinical depression that meets specific diagnostic criteria. These criteria involved in the duration, functional impairment and a group of both psychological and physiological symptoms.
• Unipolar Disorder is when a person has recurring major depressive episode without manic symptoms.
• Bipolar Disorder is when a person experiences recurring depression and mania.

Q. I heard that the major risk in diarrhea is dehydration, why is that?

How can I avoid that? Are there other dehydration causes I should beware of?
A1vomiting will also dehydrate you about as dangerously as diarrhea fye
A2Dehydration happen when your intake of water is less then your outtake of water. There are numerous factors that may cause this. Diarrhea is only one of them. Here is a link to a list of causes:
A3When you get diarrhea your excrements move from solid to liquid… that means that instead of absorbing the water you drink- you just see them go back to nature without helping too much. So your body which excretes an average amount of 5 liters a day by breathing, urine, perspiration and so forth – doesn’t get the amount of water he needs to survive. And you get dehydrated. This is why you need to drink plenty of water while acute diarrhea.

Q. Why do I have major headaches during flight landings?

I always get really strong headaches just before landing. Lately, they have been so severe that I honestly feel like my head is going to explode. The closer the plane gets to the ground, the more pain I have. After landing, the pain eases a little but I have a headache at least a day or two afterwards. Do anyone have any suggestions?
A1The air pressure change makes air expand and if your ear canal is blocked –there is a severe pressure on your inner ear/estacian tube. This is painful.
You might try swallowing real hard or yawning, or “popping” your ears. This is called "Valsalva" maneuver :
A2It could be your sinuses.
As we ascend and descend, there are changes in the air pressure. Some people pop their ears to over come this, but you may have blocked sinus passages that don’t allow you to do this. Have you tried popping your ears?

Q. I like to know the signs of serious major depression in women?

I am lecturer in a college who is very approachable to students. If you take the top 10 lectures in the college the students will vote me first. Though I am proud of it I am not jealous. One of the clubs chose me as the best lecturer of the year and wanted me to send to another country for a special training in their own expense. Now I am here in this training which lasts for 6 more months. First week I fell home sick without seeing my students and got depressed and moreover I could not CONCENTRATE in the training and COULD NOT SLEEP. I like to know the signs of serious major depression in women?
AIf I wish if I am a student then I like to get trained under you. I am jealous of your students. The symptoms of depression in women are the same as those for major depression.
Common complaints include:
• Depressed mood Loss of interest or pleasure in activities you used to enjoy
• Feelings of guilt, hopelessness and worthlessness
• Suicidal thoughts or recurrent thoughts of death
• Sleep disturbance (sleeping more or sleeping less)
• Appetite and weight changes
• Difficulty concentrating
• Lack of energy and fatigue

Q. My sister has been having major allergy problems.How could she get her desired calcium?

My sister has been having major allergy problems. Now she has developed an allergy and cannot tolerate milk in any form. None of our family members had allergic reactions to milk and my sister very recently developed this symptom. Is there any possibility of this symptom linked with any other illness? How could she get her desired calcium intake required by the body? Can you make any suggestions please?
A1calcium is a very important part of our diet. lack of it will have a damaging effect. so it's good that you are aware!
many good sources of calcium exist. These include seaweeds such as kelp, wakame . nuts and seeds (like almonds and sesame). blackstrap molasses, beans, oranges, figs, quinoa , broccoli...
and another thing that you may do is crush an egg shell into powder and just mix a bit with her food. it's an excellent source.
A2Allergic reactions are common in day to day life. I can very well understand your sister`s situation and your concern. I suggest that calcium rich food will be able of great help to her. You can have Milk, dairy products, yoghurt, cheese, eggs, calcium fortified foods and broccoli. I don’t think that intolerance to milk is linked to other health issues. Don’t get confused and do follow a healthy diet pattern.
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