The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder – Joelle Rabow Maletis

The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder – Joelle Rabow Maletis

Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of us, those experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. This phenomenon, called post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, isn’t a personal failing; rather, it’s a …

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5 Strange Reasons You Have a Headache

5 Strange Reasons You Have a Headache

5 Strange Reasons You Have a Headache. Millions of Americans suffer from debilitating headaches. According to Mayo Clinic, a primary headache is caused by “problems with or over activity of pain-sensitive structures in your head.” But there are also lesser-known, even strange causes of headaches. Below is a list of some of the weirder headache …

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5 Signs Your Headache Is Not Normal

5 Signs Your Headache Is Not Normal

5 Signs Your Headache Is Not Normal. We all get headaches from time to time. They can be brought on by annoying but manageable reasons such as stress, dehydration or your menstrual cycle, or they could be the result of an ongoing medical issue, such as migraines. But how can you tell when a headache …

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“Periventricular Leukomalacia” by Anne Hansen, MD, MPH for OPENPediatrics

“Periventricular Leukomalacia” by Anne Hansen, MD, MPH for OPENPediatrics

Periventricular Leukomalacia, by Dr. Anne Hansen. Hello. My name is Anne Hansen, and I’m going to talk to you today about a common neurologic complication of preterm babies– namely periventricular leukomalacia. I will refer to it by its abbreviation, PVL. In this lesson, we’re going to cover incidence, pathology, risk factors, diagnosis, presentation, and outcome …

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“Corneal Reflex Testing During Brain Death Examination” by David Urion for OPENPediatrics

“Corneal Reflex Testing During Brain Death Examination” by David Urion for OPENPediatrics

Corneal Reflex Testing During Brain Death Examination, by Dr. David K. Urion. Finding that there was no pupillary response, the next thing we would investigate is to see if there’s a corneal response. And we do this by getting some form of a cotton tip, easiest if you pull it just a little bit so …

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Rehabilitation After Stroke: Speech Therapy

Rehabilitation After Stroke: Speech Therapy

we’ve been working on a speech therapy for a little while now okay and I just wanted to briefly review you know what we’re doing here in speech therapy okay a lot of times you know people might think speech therapy what do I need speech therapy for I speak fine but in actuality speech …

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Is it a Headache or a Migrane?

Is it a Headache or a Migrane?

(upbeat music) – To tell the difference between a regular, everyday, garden-variety headache, and migraine, is very difficult. Patients will often have a premonitory symptom with a migraine, they may experience a loss of vision, they may experience funny lights in the periphery of their vision. They may experience numbness in an arm or a …

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Muscle Mapping: Shoulder, Neck, & Headache Rescue

Muscle Mapping: Shoulder, Neck, & Headache Rescue

Hi everybody, Dr. Cobb back with you this week. Today we’re going to talk about tension and relaxation. Now one of the things we discuss a lot in Z-Health is this idea of mapping. That we have our eyes, our inner ear and our body, and they’re all sending signals to the brain, and the …

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Stroke: Fogging phenomenon on CT – radiology video tutorial

Stroke: Fogging phenomenon on CT – radiology video tutorial

hello this is frank gaillard from Radiopaedia.org and today in another episode in our stroke series we’re going to examine the phenomenon of CT fogging. let’s start off by looking at a case. this patient presented two days following the onset of right side of the weakness with a well demarcated low-density region in the …

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