Mental Health & Money

Hey guys, Bridget from Money After Graduation here and I wanted to do a video that I actually got a request from from a subscriber and that is to talk about mental health and money. Now I don’t have a script for this, we’re just going to wing it like a conversation and help with …

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Blood Pressure / Part 1 – What & Why? / Dr. Vipin Gupta

Blood Pressure / Part 1 – What & Why? / Dr. Vipin Gupta

Blood is our body’s supply agent and its pressure is a very important parameter If the blood pressure is low then supply is poor to body and if pressure is too high it can cause damage and leakages. Today we are going to talk about this important parameter. So let’s first understand what is blood …

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Heart Attack Pt 2 / Medicines and Surgery / Dr. Vipin Gupta

Last week we talked about what is heart attack and why does it happen? Today we will talk about its treatment. So as you get any cardiovascular symptom, like chest pain or anxiety, you go to the doctor. Doctor checks you BP, pulse and does ECG, Echo and if need be also do Angiogram. And …

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Chatting with a Ketamine User

Chatting with a Ketamine User

Hello, I’m Andrew Hales I’m here with Jane Hi Andrew, thank you so much for being there You’re yeah. Yeah, you’re a ketamine user You could say that. Yes therapeutic Lee. Yes Okay, let’s go from the beginning you you were in a car accident No, I had a traumatic brain injury What’s number twenty …

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The cultural taboos of suicide and mental illness | John Nieuwenburg | TEDxStanleyPark

The cultural taboos of suicide and mental illness | John Nieuwenburg | TEDxStanleyPark

Reviewer: Leonardo Silva On the morning of May 25, 2011, I attempted suicide by tying a rope into a hangman’s noose, putting it around my neck, and then jumping from a log much like the one you see in this photo. Obviously, something went wrong, and I survived. Later someone told me I was lucky, …

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An Experiment in Gratitude | The Science of Happiness

An Experiment in Gratitude | The Science of Happiness

Participant 1: Shut up [laughs] Participant 2: What? Wait, wait. Participant 3: Oh he’s gonna be so embarrassed. [title music] Julian Huguet: What makes you happy? Having fun? Hanging out with friends? Delicious food? Making money? Well consider this. Psychologists have scientifically proven that one of the greatest contributing factors to overall happiness in your …

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Affirmations for Health, Wealth, Happiness, Abundance “I AM” (21 days to a New You!)

Affirmations for Health, Wealth, Happiness, Abundance “I AM” (21 days to a New You!)

welcome to I AM affirmation for health ,wealth happiness and abundance, 21 days to a new you we create howan reality

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Loneliness

Loneliness

Everybody feels lonely from time to time. When we have no one to sit next to at lunch, when we move to a new city, or when nobody has time for us at the weekend. But over the last few decades, this occasional feeling has become chronic for millions. In the UK, 60% of 18 …

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Suicide is a Choice.   psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Suicide is a Choice. psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Hey everybody, happy Thursday Now today’s question actually comes from YouNow. Have you been on YouNow? Have you watched me live? You should come hang out. It’s super fun and I try to do at least one to two a week. To hang out with my wonderful Kinions, and answer as many questions of yours …

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For LGBT People, Discrimination Still Brings Mental Health Challenges.

For LGBT People, Discrimination Still Brings Mental Health Challenges.

You know, it wasn’t until 1973 that the American Psychiatric Association, after a fairly lengthy period of debate, discussion, and advocacy, voted to remove homosexuality as a mental disorder. Discrimination, you know, comes in many forms. And the psychological and the social implications of those are, you know, they’re not insignificant. So if you do …

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