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    The claimant was a 54 year old female. On 01/18/2015, her husband reported that the claimant had post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and shoulder and neck pain “to the point of exhaustion.” Therefore, her ability to process stress and daily issues was limited. She required help with all activities of daily living and with the house chores. She “toss, turn, moan with pain, yell when pain is to severe, awakes routinely, gets up, has nightmares, screams.” She was forgetful, had difficulty…

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    Medication will also be beneficial to traumatized persons whereby the subscription can be done by a primary care physician. Results achieved through randomized critical trials document that medications like selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors, monoamine oxidase inhibitors and tricyclic antidepressants are documented as alleviators of the symptoms of PSTD and are also associated with improving the overall functioning of disorder victims (Kessler…

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    Serotoniin Research Paper

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    action of several classes of pharmacological antidepressants. Researchers and drug companies have aim to provide a drug that enables us to maintain serotonin levels or increase serotonin levels. This drug comes about as Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) which blocks the termination of serotonin reuptake by the presynaptic cell, and increasing serotonergic action in depressed…

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    Since the creation of antidepressants in the 1950s, this pharmaceutical drug has been under intense scrutiny from both scientists and civilians. This is because there is a vast range of views revolving around the use of antidepressants since various studies have questioned the effectiveness of the drug and the criteria set up for prescribing it. However, antidepressants deserve that apprehension because it affects society by incapacitating its members through their harmful side effects including…

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    Depression Research Paper

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    Depression. It’s an overused term. People toss it around as if it’s a football; yet they don’t know the true meaning of it. So what is depression? First off, depression has got nothing at all to do with life. That may confuse you, but let me explain. On your life journey, there is sadness, there is pain, and there is sorrow. All of these in which their right time and season are normal. Depression is an altogether different zone because it’s an empty hole. There’s nothing there. It’s a complete…

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    Major depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest during daily activities (Major Depression). This disorder is known as one of the most common mental disorders (Kohn). It affects how people feel, think, and behave in certain situations. Depression can come on suddenly, or be the effect of various events piling on top of each other (Depression). People between the age of 15-20 have experienced some soft of depression throughout their lives, while…

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    Summary: The chronic nature of depressive disorders in adolescence, along with the adverse consequences of the non-treatment of such disorders, has led to interest in the use of SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) antidepressant medication as a means of treatment. Since the 1990s, SSRIs have become the prominent treatment option for children and adolescents with depression and have been more effective as well as safer than predecessor medications. Yet, the safety of using these…

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    Bupropion: A Case Study

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    norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (Moreira, 2011). Bupropion can be taken in a once daily extended release tablet or an immediate release tablet that is taken three times a day (Moreira, 2011). For Barbara, I would prescribe an extended release tablet. I chose the extended release because it appears Barbara is otherwise in good health and there is no indication she is taking other medications. Taking three…

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    Over the course of history many psychological disorders have been discovered by researchers. Some of them are Bipolar disorder, Depression, Anorexia, Bulimia and Addiction. Of all these disorders, one of the most common disorders is Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. SAD is characterized by recurring bouts of Depression and Sadness during the colder months of the year, along with excessive hunger, tiredness, and weight gain. SAD is usually more prevalent in Northern Climates, and can be found…

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    Auricular Acupuncture

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    Auricular acupuncture has been used widely in substance abuse treatment program throughout the North America and the world, despite limited research evidence for its effectiveness. The national Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) is a standardized 3-5 point’s acupuncture protocol, not only substance abuse but also a broad range of behavior health applications. The objective of this inquiry is to review on literature published about the NADA p 3-5 point ear acupuncture protocol in terms…

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