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    Mary Ellen Guiney is 30 years of age. She has a biochemistry degree from the National University of Galway, Ireland where she also rowed at home and internationally and won the All Ireland Championships in a crew boat.
  • Atomoxetine

    This drug is a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor approved for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Common risks include the increased risk of suicidal thoughts. It can also add to worsened depression and a change in behaviour. Regular checks of blood pressure and ECGs are required while taking this drug. Mary has met a … Continue reading Atomoxetine

    Paliperidone palmitate (injection)

    SIDE EFFECTS Very common: postural hypotension, akathisia (restlessness) Common: movement disorders, raised prolactin, sleepiness, weight gain, constipation, blurred vision On this injection, Mary is experienced weight gain, unnatural heart ache in the morning, flu like symptoms, pain in her left foot due to toxin build up and extreme lethargy in the mornings.

    Librium

    Mary has also met alot of individuals being prescribed librium. Although it may be beneficial to alcohol withdrawal it is known to treat anxiety. Mary is highly against tablets to treat anxiety and knows well that the WRAP approach is much more beneficial as the marketing of lots of drugs is simply a money making … Continue reading Librium

    Lithium

    Lithium is the most widely studied drug used to treat mania. Mary has met alot of individuals taking lithium to taper off other pharmaceutical and street drugs. Although it is supposed to prevent suicide, she sees alot of people depressed on this drug as it is similar to the AAP (anti-psychotics) which she was taking. … Continue reading Lithium

    8 Amazing Changes When You Cut Negativity from Your Life

    We all know the “meh” people of the world: The ones who complain about everything, never see the good in anything, and think that sharing any sort of happiness will “jinx” whatever it is they secretly want (just not enough to infuse it with the joy and gratitude it deserves).

    8 Amazing Changes When You Cut Negativity from Your Life

    We all know the “meh” people of the world: The ones who complain about everything, never see the good in anything, and think that sharing any sort of happiness will “jinx” whatever it is they secretly want (just not enough to infuse it with the joy and gratitude it deserves).

    How Highly Sensitive People Can Shield Themselves from Negativity Your Life

    Feelings can be contagious. The highly sensitive person, also known as an empath, is no stranger to catching the feelings of others. They are very perceptive of the emotions and underlying motivations of others. They have a keen intuition and have probably. been referred to as “too sensitive” before.