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Positive Benefits

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- Mon, 11 Jan 2021 20:32:13 EST 9ijsoC5q No.56172
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what are some benefits other then consciousness. There is omega fats and stuff in there and fiber. Always got to get your fiber

Headaches

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- Sun, 29 Nov 2020 19:31:15 EST 3xjyRkCw No.56154
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So for the past month or so I've been getting these fucking killer headaches when normally I don't get headaches at all. Ibuprofen/acetaminophen don't do shit, was prescribed Fioricet but that didn't do jack. I drink plenty of water and sleep enough, my diet is good too. It doesn't really seem like there are any particular triggers; even when I'm off of work for extended periods of time and not stressed by anything they'll strike me down. The pain starts between my eyes but immediately moves to the back of my head/base of neck and radiates upwards.

Would the CBD meme be worthwhile? Microdosing shrooms sounds like its pretty solid from what I've found while searching but I'm not gonna lie, I'm a little intimidated by psychedelics. Have any of you guys experienced something similar? What would be worth trying?
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Sophie Nuttingwack - Thu, 17 Dec 2020 17:48:59 EST CRB4E8Kf No.56160 Reply
>>56159
You can order CBD hemp online, personally I buy mail-order from a local grower. It's federally legal and can be shipped across state lines. It's just like cannabis but not psychoactive, you use it the same way (smoke, vape, render into oil/edibles).

As for obtaining shrooms they have them at gray market meet-ups (IG is good for this) or order spores online and grow them easily yourself. I've no experience with microdosing however. Maybe check erowid?
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Lydia Pickhood - Sun, 20 Dec 2020 06:12:54 EST Bgp1aSRr No.56161 Reply
I had this problem too, the weird thing is I think it was because of muscle stiffness. I would do very light basic stretching for 10-15 minutes and it really helped get rid of headaches or at least reduce the pain a lot. I remember the cat cow pose really helped a lot and I did that one in specific for about 5 minutes alone.
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Edwin Bablingstine - Sat, 09 Jan 2021 12:09:27 EST sosn5g7r No.56170 Reply
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>>56154
Can you describe the nature of your headaches? How do they start? How long do they last?

I was at a lecture where a neurologist spoke about headaches and actually said the vast majority of them are actually migraines, many people have them but they remain undiagnosed and they'ære unaware that they're migraines, tension headaches do exist but they're very limited and not actually that comon - migraine isn't exactly something that just happens it's more the resulsting effects of a trigger that causes the (what is theorised/there is evidence) that it's the blood vessels causing pain receptors to be activated. If you have photo-sensitivity, noise sensitivity and it hurts more when you move your head, feel nausious - these are all signs of migraines, Many people say they don't have migraines but their headaches go away when they lie down - which actually suggests it is a migraine.

Generally 900mg aspirin, paracetamol (acinominophen in america, or something) is a good start, but really you want a triptan (eg sumatriptan) to take as soon as you feel one coming on (50-100mg, usually 50 is enough).

If you get them regularly and they're interfering with your life a solution is someting like vapolate, amitryptaline, pizotifen, propranolol as a prophylactic to take daily, If they're not happening too frequently - definately get yourself sumatriptan. ASpirin is effective but only at high doses, 900mg.

For me paracetamol and aspirin to very little to nothing and a triptan is the only thing that will stop a migrain. Opiods are NOT recommended as they can actually make them worse.

t. had migraines since i was 4 yrs old and didnt know whjy i was in so much pain and couldnt move, pretty grim thing to have. Often there are no triggers they can happen on their own but can be triggered in a way by stress and not sleeping, but really once the migraine has been "set in action" which can just happen, there's no stopping it. They can last hours to a day or even a bit longer.
A SMALL Amount of diazepam CAN help.

You can get sumatriptan as an IM injection or nasal inhaler, if you get cluster headaches you can give high-flow oxygen, which I gave to one of my patients to good effect.

Best substance for chronic fatigue?+

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- Sun, 20 Sep 2020 10:41:10 EST XHFDulI8 No.56117
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I keep falling asleep the whole time but when I wake up I dont feel rested at all and even more tired. Its not narcolepsy I think because I feel the sleep coming and its more due to chronic fatigue.

Which meds/drugs or supplements can help me?
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Cyril Febbledock - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 21:48:22 EST LSPBwh0k No.56149 Reply
15 mgs 7mgs 30 mgs mirtazapine. It is an anti-depressant. Should sleep a good 8 hours, more or less. Depression is a good way to be fatigued 'tired' a lot of the time.. Ditch the other stuff for a while, 15 mgs of mirtazapine at debtime, rgardless of what DR. says. Keep bedtime fairly constant. Pick times to wake up early and just do it. Do not drink alcohol, do not smoke cigs.
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Doris Pirryford - Mon, 23 Nov 2020 20:12:44 EST i1ZI7usd No.56151 Reply
>>56117
Do you actually have chronic fatigue syndrome? That's a tough one to actually diagnose, and far more likely you have some other issue interfering with your sleep. Most likely it would be sleep apnea, and that could be something you wouldn't be aware of, other than the fatigue symptoms. Get to a doc / sleep lab
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Beatrice Bruddlecocke - Thu, 26 Nov 2020 02:32:40 EST 54VCvtat No.56152 Reply
>>56117
mirtazapine taken at bedtime helped me sleep around 8 hours and wake up at the same time every morning give or take 15 minutes. Take at 11pm wake at 6, 7 am.
If needing to wake up in 6 hours 1 am to 7 am it works for me to wake up
the same time, and feel rested and energetic from waking
until an established bedtime routine is found. Even 2 am to 7am still feel rested and have energy and a positive clear head throughout the day. sleep apnea there have been trials, some say it works well, some say opposite. google the two together, may be worth a try. Sleep in 15 minutes, or maybe eat food for 2 hours though if you don't get to bed right away.

I had nightmares, ptsd, and constant nightmares turned into pleasant sleep and mostly the opposite of troubled sleep with mirtazapine.

Less is more, 7 mgs compared to 30 will likely sleep heavier. LRS, restless syndrome may be
part of the issue, and tossing and turning all night seems to be almost non-existant.
It is 11:30pm, took 15 mgs, will eat for a while some of whatever, and see if I can still wake up at 7:30. Mirtazapine will make most people eat a lot of food. take at night,before bed.

NoNutNovember

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- Thu, 05 Nov 2020 06:13:23 EST VSsMc8uq No.56134
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Just curious,
I know this board is kinda dead but are you anons participating in NoNutNovember?
If so, what are your reasons for doing so/not doing so.
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Sidney Billingville - Thu, 05 Nov 2020 06:28:49 EST cSURo27e No.56135 Reply
NoNutNovember is idiotic shit for idiotic schizo christians.
Cum should leave your body, not stay in it.


Itll only raise your chances for fucking testicle or prostate cancer.
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Phineas Bogglehood - Thu, 05 Nov 2020 07:05:44 EST VSsMc8uq No.56136 Reply
>>56135
Yeah not christian but I agree on that testicle/prostate cancer thing.
Still, believe me there are much worse fates for a guy due to excessive fapping.
I can say that first hand, it ruined my already close to not existing sex-/datinglife..
That doesn't go for everyone though, so this whole "join the NNNov Cult" shit is cringy af. To each their own, your body your decision what to do with it.
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James Dingerpeg - Thu, 12 Nov 2020 12:30:06 EST uuqk8EYG No.56147 Reply
>>56136
Anything which is so excessive it causes problems in your life, or makes you feel distress should probably be worth trying to reduce tbh and I think fapping can easily be one of them.

ECGs

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- Sat, 24 Oct 2020 14:02:00 EST uiar7Gha No.56127
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I find sometimes I think I'm ok at interpreting ECGs then I see some and i'm like what the fuck, why is it so hard to pick things up?

Anyone else here work in healthcare?
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Fanny Bunworth - Tue, 10 Nov 2020 18:17:08 EST jE5nvu+J No.56143 Reply
>>56142
Pharmacist who is now completing an MD,
In emergency there aren’t too many more drugs to learn compared to what I’d expect you to have - it’ll be an extension of your knowledge rather than learning a whole new skill set. Good luck
User is currently banned from all boards
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Ernest Morringman - Tue, 10 Nov 2020 18:37:47 EST uuqk8EYG No.56144 Reply
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>>56143
Thanks mang, that's cool pharamcolgy must be a good point to do that from I always found pharmacology lectures really interesting

Would you happen to know if anti-depressants are safe to take when on dexamphetamine? I'm thinking of asking for some again but I haven't had them while on dex
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Beatrice Bosslestet - Wed, 11 Nov 2020 04:02:07 EST uuqk8EYG No.56146 Reply
>>56145
Thanx, yeh i was thinkin about seratonin syndrome but not sure how pronounced the risk is with dex - id never take mdma on anything seratonergic tho years ago I did tjat omce without knowing and i felt warm, nausious and vomitted, uncozy time tbh

Caries. What can I do? Thank you. Pic unrelated

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- Sat, 15 Aug 2020 14:58:40 EST QL/fv1MS No.56106
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Is there any way I can stop tooth decay like caries and even regenerate the tooth/teeth? Anything natural, some toothpaste, nothing I can do about them? I don't want miracles I just want to find out if there is a way (except a dentist). Thankies, have a fun ride.
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Hannah Brizzleville - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:53:07 EST jI+QS0ps No.56126 Reply
>>56106
In theory, your saliva deposits calcium which would coat, protect, and regrow portions of your enamel. In practice, this calcium deposition is what causes "tartar".
A few years ago there was a report that the Chinese had developed a drug which could repair and regrow teeth, but it's the Chinese, and I haven't heard anything about the drug since them.

Your only true option is to clean your teeth to stop or reduce the amount of decay, then have a dentist apply a filler and a sealant.

After one year of hemorrhoid surgery

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- Fri, 11 Sep 2020 00:31:59 EST VrxFOK6A No.56114
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What happen with my stool
I done surgery of Hemorrhoid one year know i have rectum pain when i sitting
And mucus in my stool, and sometime oily foamy dairrhea
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Jordan Jizzstain - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 08:38:22 EST 2tUM8LoG No.56122 Reply
the foamy look to it possibly signals bacteria or parasite infection or malabsorption.
Google says pancreatis or IBS but i highly doubt that.

Fatigue after Mania

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- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 17:43:44 EST XHFDulI8 No.56120
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I just came out of a manic episode which started january. It waa my first experience with mania. I have a homecare team now but I want to ask anons as well.

Ive been out of it for about 2 weeks. These two weeks Ive been sleeping unhealthily long. While I barely or often didnt sleep during mania now I sleep up to 16 to 20 hours a day. Waking up doesnt make me feel rested but more tired. I can not ressist the fatigue when Im alone have to lay down or just stop any movements which is very uncomfortable

How do I recover from this fatigue. I dont want it to continue until the fatigue and fatigue-caused behaviors swallow me back into depression.

Im on venlafaxine 375mg, mirtazapine 45mg and quetiapine XR 450mg. I cant handle moodstabilizer its counterproductive.

Is modafinil.a good idea?
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Phineas Mullerstock - Sat, 10 Oct 2020 12:27:59 EST af64IJlT No.56121 Reply
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Sounds like you're hungover from the episode itself and their choice of medications.

Since you're out of a manic episode you can be put on something lighter, or you could just take a while being tired to become accustomed to the medication. I'd ask.

I was put on modafinil for fatigue... it helped a bit. And since it's not an amphetamine based stimulant it is safer for people with manic episodes.

Again I think you just have to get used to the medication, or ask if you can be put on something lighter. In my opinion that heavy medication isn't necessary for someone once they're no longer manic.... but i'm not your doctor.

covid

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- Thu, 24 Sep 2020 08:12:31 EST q49DeYyK No.56119
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I have an upper respitory infection. My only symptom is shortness of breath. I just got a covid test kit because my coworkers are scared that I have the pandemic shit. I don't socialize at all. I have to wait 48 hours for the results. How fucked am I if I get a positive result?
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Albert Bezzlefid - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 19:23:44 EST FonZKC1l No.56124 Reply
>>56119

chill at home and collect government covid bux

Newbie Starting Off

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- Sat, 09 May 2020 22:47:57 EST 0Ax15We4 No.56064
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I just turned 18 this past week and I was wondering what are the safest substances to start off with. I've been completely clean my entire life so everything will be new to me

i haven't tried anything yet because my eyes are fucked up and my brain is the only asset i can rely on
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Simon Harringduck - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 00:38:58 EST nJNNl7pf No.56099 Reply
Hopscotch and then get on to skipping-rope ⚽⚽⚽
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Jordan Jizzstain - Sun, 11 Oct 2020 09:17:03 EST 2tUM8LoG No.56123 Reply
I don't know if it will be a bit too strong for ya wee laddie but drink a red bull...its like meth but waaay safer and not as addictive.

modafinil & burnout

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- Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:08:04 EST XHFDulI8 No.56088
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Is it a good idea to use modafinil to treat chronic fatigue due to burnout?
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Jarvis Weblingbanks - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:12:08 EST XHFDulI8 No.56089 Reply
>>56088
Inb4 "muh therapy"

I say chronic for a reason
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Angus Bunningchuck - Wed, 19 Aug 2020 00:51:12 EST Xa6a1HOi No.56107 Reply
No, less work and more sleep is the answer.
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Martin Gondlechet - Mon, 31 Aug 2020 15:25:19 EST kApr3i1H No.56110 Reply
"should I use a drug to treat something that I know is 100% situational"
> is there any way whatsoever to change the situation?
yes
> don't take the drug
no
> are you sure?
yes
> you might have more choice than you realize
I'm sure
> take the drug

surface thermometers?

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- Fri, 28 Aug 2020 13:48:06 EST kApr3i1H No.56109
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hello people who are interested in this stuff. We just started getting our temperatures checked in work in the morning, takes 3 seconds, no skin off anyone's nose. Here's the thing. We usually have temperatures anywhere between 34 degrees c and 35.5 degrees c... but we are fine and not suffering hypothermia.. so wtf? is that normal with these thermometers? does it mean we got defective ones? does it mean we are doing it wrong? should we + 1 to everyone's temperature?

pic unrelated

Wet the bed during a weird dream.

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- Thu, 13 Aug 2020 02:38:04 EST qO+TntAm No.56105
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I am male 26.
Dreamt about wearing one of the plastic-bags you put fruits into.
peed my bed and woke up. Thats the second time this year.

need I be to be worried?
Am I a bedwetter now?

What now?

Do I need to be worried about my health?
I eat healthy and do sports on a regular basis already.
I would consider myself a healthy and fit person.

So why is this happening?

Toothache Headache

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- Mon, 13 Jul 2020 16:24:46 EST q/TyPDC5 No.56078
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I have a dentist appointment Saturday because I've already gotten 2 infection on one tooth. Haven't been to the dentist in 4-6 years.

Today I kinda feel the tooth nerve running across my face. It's like an awareness and it bothers a little, kinda like a headache.

Am I dying or can I make it till Saturday?
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Eugene Smallhood - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 02:30:17 EST thRxE9uZ No.56086 Reply
>>56078
Did you survive? I hope. An infection in that area can quickly travel to ones brain and
not good. Urgent care, and or ER, and antibiotics is needed ASAP. The dentist should have taken you in immediately.
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Punk - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 00:37:35 EST nJNNl7pf No.56097 Reply
I hadto get some wisdom teeth pulled because of crazy pain from an infection
Fuuuuck
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Lillian Honninglock - Wed, 12 Aug 2020 02:44:12 EST 54VCvtat No.56104 Reply
Any signs of infection should be treated ASAP. Matters not much of how one got this. As simply as a cat scratch can be life threatening. If one has no means of insurance, get Medicaid.

Get medicaid. It is easy. It will simply save your hind-quarters (or your ass) if you need simple or difficult medical assistance. Pay say $800 bucks, or 15 bucks for a visit. We pay already enough in taxes. Why have debt collectors harassing you our your family, and your credit ruined for years, because, of a simple
Dr. visit.

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