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hallucinations have returned by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:00pm Right now, it's 3 AM. But I woke up, and can't sleep. I've been trying to get myself back on a regular sleep schedule at night, because I have a part-time job again now. But at the moment, this does not seem to be very successful. I've been hallucinating again. At first, it was just very minor instances of auditory hallucinations. There is a ... Read on »
hallucinations by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:58pm Firstly, I'd like to thank the people who responded to my last (and rather depressing) post here. I honestly did not think a single person was reading this blog anymore, but since you are, I'll write again. I want to try to explain something about the problems my brain has in a manner that might be comprehensible to the average person (t ... Read on »
What are the six kinds of hallucinations? by David M. Posted Fri 06 Jul 2012 11:11pm Auditory, Visual, Tactile, Olfactory, Gustatory and Proprioceptive Hallucinations Of the six types of hallucinations one is a characteristic of mental illness, two are most commonly found coupled with drug use or abuse and the others are rare occurrences.   Auditory hallucinations: Hearing voices is one commonly reported symptom ... Read on »
Late Stage PD Progresses Independent of Patient Age by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 9:57am Posted 13 hours ago @ Parky Bill // ... Read on »
Defining Executive Function by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Fri 25 Jun 2010 10:26am A deficit in a person’s executive function can be of the first signs of the onset of Parkinson’s disease (PDD). The term executive function describes a set of that control and regulate other abilities and behaviors. Executive functions are necessary for goal-directed behavior. They include the ability to initiate a ... Read on »
Awakened by a Cartoon Dog? by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 5:04am So it’s just about 6:30 this morning and I’m laying there in that zone between awake and asleep.  My eyes are closed, and I hear a voice.  Not loud or obnoxious.  I wasn’t dreaming because there was no visual component.  The voice of a cartoon dog, almost like Disney’s “Goofy.” Loud and clear as if it were right next to my bed.  Just ... Read on »
Living in the Scary World of Hallucinations and Delusions – What is Severe Depression Disorder? by Vbestic Facebook Posted Sun 29 Jul 2012 12:07pm Depression in any form can damage the physical, mental and emotional well-being of an individual. However, there are some forms of depression in which the symptoms are not restricted to those of a depressed mind. Severe depression, better known as psychotic depression, is one such condition. What is severe depression disorder and how it enforce ... Read on »
What is Lewy Body Dementia ? (LBD) by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Sep 2009 10:43pm Lewy body dementia shares characteristics with both Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. Like Alzheimer's, it causes confusion. Like Parkinson's, it can result in rigid muscles, slowed movement and tremors. Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a progressive neurological disorder. Lewy body dementia is an umbrella term for two related di ... Read on »
PD Drug: Amantadine by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 11:34pm Amantadine Pharmacology Antiparkinson While the mechanism of action of amantadine in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and drug-induced extrapyramidal reactions is not known, it is believed to release brain dopamine from nerve endings making it more available to activate dopaminergic receptors. The drug does not possess anticholin ... Read on »
What is Lewy Body Dementia ? (LBD) by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 10:35pm Lewy body dementia shares characteristics with both Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. Like Alzheimer's, it causes confusion. Like Parkinson's, it can result in rigid muscles, slowed movement and tremors. Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a progressive neurological disorder. Lewy body dementia is an umbrella term for two related di ... Read on »