Great depression causes of wwii

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Avatar n tn I have read close to 100 posts if not more, and many of the withdrawal symptoms do NOT say anything about depression. Depression was my absolute worst symptom!! Is this not a normal withdrawal symptom? Most symptoms are the flu-like and diarrhea which I definitely did have!!!! The headaches are absolutely killing me. I need to look for something other than this narcotic junk to help me with the pain of fibromyalgia, although I didn't find it yet.
518031 tn?1295578974 If the powers that be in any regard don't do anything to restructure and repair the national economy then there will be a global reccession that may spiral into the depths the great depression did. I look back and I don't believe President Obama will have the ideas that F.D.R. did. Remember F.D.R. pulled us through World War II and did not take disrespect from dictators far more harmful than any we discuss.
655727 tn?1283299648 html President Franklin Roosevelt needed innovative solutions if the New Deal was to lift the nation out of the depths of the Great Depression. And TVA was one of his most innovative ideas. Roosevelt envisioned TVA as a totally different kind of agency. He asked Congress to create “a corporation clothed with the power of government but possessed of the flexibility and initiative of a private enterprise.” On May 18, 1933, Congress passed the TVA Act
Avatar m tn Or if it's your job causing it, staying there and taking pills will not help that either. SO it is a matter of what sort of cause it is and whether that source of depression has been changed. Another example is a relationship breakup. Say a couple break up but continue to share the house. One becomes depressed because they broke up but still lives with the person. A pill won't help that either. See what I'm saying?
572651 tn?1531002957 That's always been one of my favorites - makes me stop and think of all those WWII guys in the trenches - actually it is very sad now that I think of it. Oh well, so much for the jollies! All this caroling has me in the spirit and I have been mixing my cookie dough for baking tomorrow and the next day. Keep it up - MAXINE would be proud!
429700 tn?1308011423 I suspect that of the people with no family members with MS that there is a great number of this population that has a family history of autoimmune disease. In the past, these disease weren't diagnosed because of the technology of the time. The environment of people with a gentic link of autoimmune disease or MS could also play a major factor, of course. Two sisters living in the same place have the environment in common as well.
Avatar n tn Some days, like today, I am working hard to feel better. Other days, like yesterday, felt great. I've had my share of physical and mental crashes, also highs. Good news is, I've been clear since week 12 and am over half way done. How bout you?
Avatar n tn The only thing I have seen that comes out on the other side of this is Dr. Seef's study on the WWII veterans where most died of other things and the few that are still alive do not have cirrhosis 50 years later.
Avatar f tn For one thing, depression causes brain damage. But for some people lithium can reverse some of the brain damage and they get better and may not get as bad as they once were. For example, my cousin was hospitalized at 18 with severe mania to the point of being delusional (the FBI was out to get her, etc.) She spent several months in the hospital, and has been on lithium since and has since gone to college and adopted two children. That was about 18 years ago.
Avatar n tn Everyone is different, but I think you will find that the flat feeling will pass with time. I am 126 days of hydro and I feel great. I found that the first big step was around 30 days, by then I had lost the anxiety, the depression and the cravings had cut back a lot...I didn't really realize it as much at the time, but I did feel kind of flat then. I have found that as time has gone on I have begun to regain more and more energy, and feeling.
206807 tn?1331939784 No, I wasn't speaking of the Holocaust. WWII is an example of how we had to sleep with the devil to beat back the more pressing and eminent threats. I wasn't including the American revolution. I do love Jefferson and all those patriots and their eloquence. Religious freedom absolutely along with the Bill of Rights. But really, I doubt England would have remained repressive.
Avatar n tn My hands and feet are almost always cold (in fact, they are right now), and I fall in and out of relatively mild depression. I have been told that carrying the thalassemia trait has no obvious symptoms, but I've been poking around forums a little bit, and the symtoms I experience seem to be fairly common. I'm still looking for ways to lessen the intensity of these symptoms, but for me I've found that maintaining physical activity helps, as well as not oversleeping, or overeating.
Avatar f tn 59 am What some people have forgotten in the 30 years since Reagan re-introduced the laissez faire policies of Andrew Mellon (which, depending on your history book, may have led to the Great Depression), is that it is the job of government to govern. It is not government’s job to sit back and do nothing when its citizens may, or do, suffer.
653142 tn?1224804820 This strongly suggests an adrenal issue, likely a result of your body's response to stress, which can cause excessive weight loss in individuals, as well as mood changes or mood swings--like developing depression and then suddenly becoming irritable. Decreased motivation, loss of appetite, and loss of muscle are additional symptoms of elevated cortisol levels. May I ask how your bipolar disorder was diagnosed? I wonder if maybe your cortisol levels are really to blame for your mood swings.
Avatar f tn I thought it was the soy in the gel, but now I wonder if I'm allergic to D. Anyone ever heard of that? How do you treat this?
Avatar n tn Dear All, The bad news is that perforation of the nasal septum does not repair. Most of the times it does not need surgical procedures, but your nose will keep making scabs requiring daily cleaning. I had it too, and several others problems from using as well, but I always had a rationale to even snorting it again. I only started to recover my life after initiating a long term treatment.
Avatar f tn and what party has done the most, in terms of public awareness, fund raising, etc...for AIDs, and a host of other diseases, particularly those with stigmas associated with them, like ours? The most basic research will answer that, and I'm sure people can guess...I'm not up for a big political discussion (they are so draining! ha ha) and I'm too busy...but I will throw this out there...not to say any party has done enough for our disease particularly,....good question though, food for thought.
Avatar f tn Steere was looking in the wrong place! Love it. Steere, you see, is one of the great Lyme deniers and has caused much misery to be inflicted on those with persistent Lyme infection by denying them treatment.
Avatar m tn Can you email me - tomsav-**-*****-***-*** as I have questions galore to ask you all about causes etc. Hopefully we can get to the bottom of it together!
955456 tn?1316230779 Usually it's addiction, but it can be the other way, but the key issue which causes the progression of addiction are the behaviors. Addiction is what makes you take more and more, spiking doses, etc. This in turn increases dependence. The higher your dependence the higher the tollerance... Round and round you go. The addiction merry-go-round. How to break the cycle? The only way is to change the behavior. That is a very difficult thing. Pain is usually a very good motivator. So is Euphoria.
Avatar n tn I'm going to try to go on disability cause I feel really anxious from all the work, I've been diagnosed with 5 herniated discs, 2 rotated discs in my neck to add to the mental fog, low level depression, the feeling of not having any motivation or desire to do the fun things I used to enjoy, low energy. I went in being 54 feeling 40. Now I look 54 but I feel 70 sometimes. On top of all that, I've been HIV+ since 1989, assymptomatic, and continue to be that way.
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Avatar f tn I have a heavy metals (mercury) complication that causes a lot of digestive problems. I suffer from SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) which, when it flairs, makes these episodes more likely. I have concluded that problem is nerve irritation in my digestive tract and not heart related. I few tricks I use to end the more severe episodes are: A glass of sea salt and water (relaxes the Sphincter of Oddi).
Avatar n tn Yrs. ago, I also went through this terrible problem & ETD is just the worst thing to dx/treat/fix. My case was unilateral w/ ear but bilateral w/ nasal prssr-hdprssr. I also went through several ENT's/Neurotologists scans & tests. Cause can be 1 or multi-problems. It's a rule out game. Hm-journal, like a sm- calendar bk is great since it's dated & can go back to see date of matching events/symptoms. Use abreviations. The ET's are in the back of the throat & connect to middle-ear.
Avatar f tn Three years of torture? It warps your thinking. Just look at the stories of holocaust victims from WWII. Most of them are perfectly wonderful people, but in times of extreme stress, they can have very specific, negative reactions to a situation... often one of fear or violence. Is this something we want in a president? When this country has already made a glutton of itself on fear and violence?
Avatar n tn I started legit thru pain management, now pain not so bad when you compare it to the pain of WD's. For a young guy, the pain causes me to walk a little funny but at least the head on my shoulder can see straight and not thru pin-eyed pupils and always scratching myself! (Oh the feeling of a good hydro "zone" scratching.) Anyway, hang in there and know your not alone, you can get life back. I have been there twice in last 4 years and would do anything to get back there again.
Avatar n tn every person is different and his case may just as well be as great as the outcome of some of the stroke patients i read about.
Avatar f tn What a horrible feeling I have knowing I did these things to 2 of my ex girlfriends. I lost the love of my life because of anger problems. WE were so close to getting married, until she realized how angry i was all the time... If you want the full story message me, its a long one starting with me getting laid off same as your husband.. i think my story will be exactly the same as yours. And coming from the guys perspective i think i can help you.
472570 tn?1274689487 If anyone else has tried anything else, please post so we can try to start eliminating possible causes off of our list. Maybe it's metals in our system. I don't know how to get them out of me without going into some expensive process from a homeopath ot something. Any suggestions out there?
Avatar n tn I think my great grandmother passed it down. I usually just relax and I come out of it since I'm so aware know of what is happening, Try to focus on moving one part of your body like a toe or pinky finger it makes it less jarring. And try to get up and walk around because if you just lay there it will usually continue to happen. It is very scary though.