Very few countries where assisted suicide is legal will grant it to people with mental illnesses. Adam Maier-Clayton had a mental condition which caused his body to feel severe physical pain. He fought for those with mental illness to have the right to die in Canada. Adam took his own life in April 2017.
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Hope they'll get well soon Korean Celebrity Who Suffer from Unexpected Illness That Influence Their Lifes THANKS FOR WATCHING ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe : https://goo.gl/kPxudi Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/NewDramaMania -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please do not edit, cut logo or re-upload this clip
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To avoid days to weeks of unbearable pain and suffering as one dies from a terminal illness, and to prevent lingering for months to years in Advanced Dementia that can be associated with pain and suffering that may be unrecognized and therefore untreated or under-treated, Advance Care Planners can give their informed consent A) to Palliative Sedation to Unconsciousness and B) to Natural Dying. This video is an excerpt from a SUMMARY INTERVIEW where the Advance Care Planner gave his informed consent--a strategic way to make sure that, in the future, others WILL honor his "Last Wishes." The interview is by Stanley A Terman, PhD, MD, Medical Director of the non-profit organization, Caring Advocates, located in Carlsbad, CA, that reaches out to help reduce the suffering of terminally ill patients and their loved ones around the world. See also: Prevent lingering in Advanced Dementia; unbearable pain & suffering; futile hospitalization-in 2 min http://youtu.be/ypBsJkNzNIU On this video, psychiatrist Dr. Terman demonstrates how he quickly summarizes a discussion to express his clinical opinion about decisional capacity—for physicians and clinicians who respond to medical emergency 911 calls (or 999 or 112). For your clinical opinion via "InterviewByInternet.com", contact Caring Advocates. (We can lend you a webcam for your computer, if needed.) To learn more by viewing other videos in the "Plan Now, Die Later" series: YouTube channel = "DrTerman" Stanley A Terman, PhD, MD Medical Director, Caring Advocates 800 647 3223 DrTerman@CaringAdvocates.org www.CaringAdvocates.org www.MyLastWishes.org SKYPE: stan_terman
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Sita's talk asks you to confront the issues surrounding chronic illness. She tells you firsthand about what it’s like to live with one and offers you a 3-point plan to help your spouse, children and co-workers with the lifelong challenges they experience with chronic illness. Sita Sahasrabudhe - firstname.lastname@example.org - is a Registered Social Worker with epilepsy. She knows firsthand the challenges faced by people with chronic illnesses. She is an advocate for people with disabilities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Pre-Order Teal's Book The Completion Process here: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/mobile/w/the-completion-process-teal-swan/1122863841?ean=9781401951443 Subscribe to Teal’s newsletters here: http://thespiritualcatalyst.us6.list-manage2.com/subscribe?u=a0c9fbd5534138eb374993029&id=bebf0eebc3 Teal's Web page: http://tealswan.com/ Teal's Meditations: http://www.jointeallive.com/meditations/ Teal's e-shop: https://gumroad.com/tealswan Knowing the physical cause of ailments is an essential part of healing from them. However, it is ignorant to believe that the physical cause of an illness was in fact the root cause of the illness itself. The story of what caused an ailment starts way before we even see a physical cause. Saying that an ailment began with the obvious physical cause of that ailment is the same as saying that the song you are listening to comes from the radio on your nightstand. We all know that the story of where the song actually came from, begins way, way back before it ever reached the radio on your nightstand. In this episode, Teal explains how to find the rot cause of your illness or ailment. http://www.askteal.com Kuan Yin's Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/OIdu/
Views: 224903 Teal Swan
LSD, mushrooms, and ecstasy are finally getting attention from serious medical researchers. And their findings are astounding. ---- A recent study found that MDMA-assisted therapy could help veterans suffering from PTSD. Another paper from Johns Hopkins presented evidence that therapy in conjunction with psilocybin mushrooms can help ease the mental suffering of terminal cancer patients. These findings, among others, were presented at the 2017 Psychedelic Science Conference in Oakland, California, where researchers gather every few years to discuss the potential medical applications of psychedelics, including LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, and MDMA. The field has exploded thanks to reforms at the Food and Drug Administration that allow researchers, for the first time in decades, to study the effects of these drugs. The organizer of the conference was the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), which is also funding much of this breakthrough research. "It's a fundamental right to explore one's own consciousness," says MAPS founder Rick Doblin. "We have the freedom of the press, the freedom of assembly, and the freedom of religion, and all those are based on the freedom of thought." At this year's conference, Reason talked to researchers about the past, present, and future of this controversial and promising area of medical research. Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Shot by Alex Manning and Weissmueller. Music by Kai Engel, Selva de Mar, and Lee Rosevere. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes.
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Enter the Economist #OpenFuture contest: A minute to change the world. See more here: https://goo.gl/FU4YL4 Emily is 24 years old and physically healthy. But she wants her doctors to end her life. Subscribe NOW to The Economist: http://econ.st/1Fsu2Vj 24 & ready to die is the tragic case of Emily, a young Belgian woman granted the right to a doctor’s help to end her own life because of her persistent, severe depression. Belgium and the Netherlands are the only countries which permit doctor-assisted dying for those experiencing unbearable mental suffering. Several American states allow doctor-assisted dying for the terminally ill, including, from next year, California. Majorities in 13 of the 15 countries polled by The Economist and IPSOS MORI in June support doctor-assisted dying. The Economist has championed doctor-assisted dying in articles and editorials since the 1990s, including most recently a cover story in June this year. The Economist ran a video advert in London in September and Berlin asking: “Could you live a life like this?” to encourage people to start talking about the right to die. Support for doctor-assisted dying is growing globally. Bills have recently been debated in Britain and Germany, and a ruling in Canada’s Supreme Court means that country will soon have legal doctor-assisted dying too. California’s governor signed an assisted-dying bill into law in October. A recent poll by Ipsos-MORI for The Economist found majorities in support of doctor-assisted dying laws in 13 out of 15 countries surveyed—including the United States, Britain, Australia, Canada and Germany. But only in Belgium and the Netherlands were majorities in favour of allowing doctor-assisted dying in cases of unbearable suffering that is mental, rather than physical. The Economist supports the introduction of legalised doctor-assisted dying around the world. Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, says: “For The Economist, the case for allowing doctor-assisted dying relies on personal choice and individual autonomy. Our liberal values and respect for human dignity mean that for this paper, doctor-assisted dying is a cause worth championing.” To watch more visit http://www.economist.com/films Economist Films expresses The Economist’s globally curious outlook in the form of short, mind-stretching documentaries. Subscribe NOW to The Economist: http://econ.st/1Fsu2Vj Get more from The Economist Follow us: https://twitter.com/TheEconomist Like us: https://www.facebook.com/TheEconomist View photos: https://instagram.com/theeconomist/ The Economist videos give authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them.
Views: 1377177 The Economist
https://www.eckharttollenow.com Illness can open the doorway to awakening. This video features the music of Nawang Khechog as found on the album "Music As Medicine"(2004) You can sample more of the album and purchase it here: http://www.soundstrue.com/store/music-as-medicine-4561.html
Views: 98086 Eckhart Tolle
Whatever pain we suffer in this life is not in vain. It is not wasted. We may cry and wince and groan over small pains, but Allah sees our suffering and will compensate us more than we can imagine, as long as we are patient and keep faith in Him. Allah the Most High has a plan for us, and He is the best of planners. We must have faith in Him and His plan for us.
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SEWADHAM ASHRAM Ujjain is a Lifetime #Shelter Center with Love, Care And Compassion For #Old #Disabled #Mentally #Ill #Dying and #Homeless #Helpless People Suffering From Chronic or Terminal Illnesses
Views: 75 Sewadham Ashram
Visit Jennifer's website to join her email list if you want all her best future videos and other goodies, and to view her courses or other offerings! http://www.jenniferposada.com If you've ever wondered about times of suffering or illness from a spiritual perspective, join Oracle, Author, Speaker and Sound Healer Jennifer Posada for ongoing discussions of the life-changing power of self-love, intuition and sexuality. Read more about Jennifer and her work at http://www.jenniferposada.com Connect with Jennifer on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jennife... Connect with Jennifer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Jennifer_Posada Jennifer's channel: http://www.youtube.com/jenniferposada
Views: 1693 Jennifer Posada
If a person doesn't believe in religion, doesn't believe in Buddhism, then even if their physical body does not suffer, mentally they have no sense of security. When death is inevitable, accept it peacefully and lead a normal life with calm, while reciting Amitabha Buddha's name all the time entrusting our mind to the Western Pure Land.
Views: 1082 Master Sheng Yen
Talking about the abuse a terminally ill narcissistic person can put you through is still a huge taboo. Nobody wants to believe or even acknowledge that someone who's ill can be capable of such maliciousness. To someone with a more balanced and healthy mindset, the vindictiveness it takes to attempt to destroy someone else's life is unfathomable, making the lies easier to believe than the truth. You might be so used to gaslighting that you're blaming yourself for all these lies against you. If this is making you feel depressed and/or suicidal, please seek help. And make sure it is from a professional who understands emotional and psychological abuse.
Views: 67 Dima Helps
Josaab Foundation offers unique services to patients with terminal illness. Those patients are not only suffering from neglect, loneliness and despair, but are also fearful and awaiting death. Josaab Foundation is honored to have the Bavarian Hospice and Palliative Care Association as a scientific partner, and would like to extend its gratitude to the Association for sharing this special video with us. مؤسسة چوساب مستمرة فى تقديم رسالتها المتفردة فى خدمة المرضى فى أيامهم الأخيرة الذين لا يعانون فقط من الألم والتهميش والشعور بالوحدة واليأس وإنما أيضآ الخوف من إنتظار الموت. و تعرب مؤسسة چوساب عن إعتزازها بالشراكة مع المؤسسة الباڨارية للهوسبيس و تتقدم بالشكر الجزيل لها لإهدائها هذا الڨيديو.
Views: 3099 Josaab Foundation
Eckhart Tolle talks about how illness can open the doorway to awakening on this video sample from Eckhart Tolle TV. For more information about THE POWER OF NOW visit http://www.newworldlibrary.com. Get a free trial for Eckhart Tolle TV at http://www.EckhartTolleTV.com
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Mooji is a direct disciple of Sri Harilal Poonja, the renowned advaita master, or Papaji, as his followers call him. In 1987, a chance meeting with a Christian mystic was to be a life-changing encounter for Mooji. It brought him, through prayer, into the direct experience of the Divine within. Within a short period, he experienced a radical shift in consciousness so profound that outwardly, he seemed, to many who knew him, to be an entirely different person. As his spiritual consciousness awakened, a deep inner transformation began which unfolded in the form of many miraculous experiences and mystical insights. He felt a strong wind of change blowing through his life which brought with it a deep urge to surrender completely to divine will. Shortly after, he stopped teaching, left his home and began a life of quiet simplicity and surrender to the will of God as it manifested spontaneously within him. A great peace entered his being, and has remained ever since. Mooji’s Website: http://mooji.org/index.html The home and heart of all Mooji Satsangs shared online: http://mooji.tv/ May we all be happy. May we all be well. May we all be safe. May we all live in peace and harmony with each other, ourselves, the earth and all that lives throughout time and space ♡ Namaste, Love, Gratitude and Respect, Richard ♡ The Global Well-Being Synchronized Meditations Community is Dedicated to Benefiting the Earth, All that Lives, and All Sentient Beings, by organizing synchronized global meditations. Everyone & All Traditions Are Welcome ♡ https://www.facebook.com/global.wellbeing.meditations/ "All people are united in our pursuit of happiness and our desire to avoid suffering. This is the source of humanity’s greatest achievements. For that reason, we should begin to think and act on the basis of an identity rooted in the words 'we humans.'” ~ His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Views: 1528 Global Well-Being
Summary below… Join Louise's email list: http://www.fruitylou.com Get Louise's free 'Top 5 Tips': http://fruitylou.com/top-five-tips Get Louise's 'Get Started Guide': http://fruitylou.com/get-started-guide Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FruityLouise Instagram: http://instagram.com/fruitylouise Twitter: http://twitter.com/FruityLouise Tumblr: http://fruitylouise.tumblr.com --------------- SUMMARY --------------- At the age of 13 Megan was diagnosed with a rare and deadly form of brain cancer. For a while she had had migraines and double vision but she never thought it could be the symptoms of a brain tumor. With no hope for survival her and her mum decided to look for alternative treatments. Luckily they across the raw food diet 80/10/10 style at Arnolds Way, and it meant that Megan totally changed her diet to a raw vegan diet with low fat and lots of fruit. Today, four years later, the tumor has disappeared and she feels great. ----------------------------------- ABOUT FRUITY LOUISE ----------------------------------- Louise aka FruityLou is a Danish coach, speaker, author, television journalist and event maker. She used to be really ill herself but got well through a diet and lifestyle change. She has written the two most comprehensive books on natural healing and the 80/10/10 raw food diet published in Scandinavia. On top of that she has also written three e-books in Danish where her first one, the 'Get started Guide' has been translated into English - http://fruitylou.com/get-started-guide. Louise is a certified coach with years of experience helping people improve their health through mental and dietary changes. She is the organizer of the international and longest running 80/10/10 fruit festival in the world - the Fresh Food Festival http://www.freshfoodfestival.com As a speaker she has spoken on several stages both in Scandinavia and abroad including the Fresh Food Festival of course. As a journalist she has interviewed some of the most knowledgeable pioneers within the 80/10/10 / HCLF movement and she constantly work to keep herself updated with the latest information. ----------------------- LOUISE'S STORY ----------------------- For many years Louise suffered from both adrenal fatigue, liver problems, gout, low hormone production, anxiety attacks, depression, insomnia, low back pain, PMS, brain fog and about 30 other symptoms. Amongst others the doctor told her she had so severe cell and DNA damage that she was close to cancer and that she probably could not get pregnant either. Being a television journalist she knew that she had to research to find a new solution. She promised herself that if she ever got well she would use it in a positive way to help others and luckily she did. In 2009 she came across a super healthy diet and lifestyle that became the turning point in her entire life and in only a few years she healed herself naturally without any treatment or medication. Today she feels better than ever and she has dedicated her life to inspire and help others get their life and happiness back too. Thousands of people around the globe have already followed her inspirational tips and her 'Get started Guide' has been downloaded more than 2500 times. Her most inspiring Youtube video has been watched more than 700.000 times and her channel is all about living a super healthy diet and lifestyle. Read more about Louise here: http://fruitylou.com/about-me Learn more about the diet with Louise's 'Get Started Guide': http://fruitylou.com/get-started-guide
Views: 26515 fruitylou
Woman who admitted faking terminal illness is sentenced Subscribe to WLKY on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/1e5KyMO Get more Louisville news: http://www.wlky.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlkynews Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLKY Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlky
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Are you mentally ill? Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, or Antisocial? What do you suffer from? Are you insane? Are you a psychopath? Be my friend on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/iqlol Like my Facebook Page ► https://www.facebook.com/iqlolcom Follow me on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/iqlol Find me on Google ► https://plus.google.com/+Iqlol Visit my awesome website ► http://www.iqlol.com Get in touch by email ► email@example.com Watch me on Youtube ► https://www.youtube.com/user/IQtests If you like my work, please join me on my social networks! Am I insane? Mental Illness. Borderline personality disorder. Do I Have a Mental Disorder? Do you have a mental illness? What is wrong with me? Do you have a mental health problem? AUDIO: Where Shall We Dine - Letter Box (Alternative & Punk Dramatic)
Views: 985885 IQ Tests | Personality Tests | Funny Test Videos
Chances are, you’ve been talking to people with serious illness all wrong. And you’ve talked to them: over half of Americans face chronic illness in their lives. In her TEDxLincoln debut, Kelly Medwick recounts a time of caregiving for her late husband through the best—and the worst—encounters they had with others. Kelly Medwick has worked in marketing, sales, media and nonprofit — all lines of work that have allowed her to study motivations and behaviors, putting together the stories from the clues. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 16085 TEDx Talks
Horses are naturally authentic, present in the moment, and through equine assisted psychotherapy, horses are helping people suffering from eating disorders. This form of psychotherapy teaches patients to learn about themselves by participating in activities with horses, and then process their feelings and behaviors. Similar to humans, horses experience a large variety of emotions – they’re intuitive social animals with distinct personalities and attitudes. This therapeutic approach assists with a variety of mental illnesses: PTSD, substance abuse, depression, anxiety – and of course eating disorders. It’s a collaborative effort between a licensed therapist and an equine specialist working with their clients and horses to address treatment goals. A non-profit, “Healing Through Horses” in New Gloucester, Maine works with patients to help them deal with life’s challenges by having them work with horses.
Views: 206 Kaitlyn Chana
Five-year-old Ben Collins has been given months to live after being diagnosed with Ewings cancer. Mother Rebekkah describes the 'hell' of being told her son is has between two and six months to live. Read more here: https://www.expressandstar.com/news/local-hubs/dudley/brierley-hill/2018/02/16/mothers-heartbreak-as-tragic-five-year-old-is-given-just-months-to-live/
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Question from a sister who is suffering from schizophrenia and depression and is having difficulty praying and reciting the Qur'an
Views: 4792 Inspirited Minds
Imagine choosing to die when you don’t have a terminal illness. Is it a choice we should have? A powerful Dateline special gets rare access to film the journeys of two people in Belgium – going behind the most liberal euthanasia laws in the world. For more on Brett Mason's story, go to the SBS Dateline website... http://bit.ly/1JSr1sG
Views: 1140016 SBS Dateline
Why are we afraid or uncomfortable when someone we love has cancer? We don’t know how this horror movie is going to end - either for us or for our loved one. No matter how rich or poor, happy or sad we are, cancer can happen to any of us. Through her personal experiences, Ilonka Meier shares six powerful ideas to help people through this very difficult and traumatic time. After a career in the TV and movie business in Hamburg and Munich, Ilonka Meier shifted genres and became an international educator. She uses her skills and own experience to help people to cope with cancer. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 7503 TEDx Talks
Moraine Valley students will hear about emotional suffering as well as mental stigmas in the African-American community. The session discusses how to empower one another and begin the path to healing and hope. This event is part of MVCC's Black History Month Celebration.
Views: 37 Moraine Valley Community College Library
I BELIEVE NOW THAT MANY ARE NOT INSANE BUT DRIVEN TO IT BY ABUSE! Please find a great therapist and do not jump straight to medications with our the best advise. THERE IS A CURE FOR PTSD which can look like illnesses. This video should speak for its self. This is dedicated to the millions of people who suffer from Mental Illness. For the misunderstanding by others and to end the mistreatment of so many. Even if you do not understated Mental Illness or Domestic Violence..............please reach out to your friends and family if you see this. Early intervention is crucial. With new technolgy of brain imaging so much more is possible. We are moving in a great direction of treatment that involves many things, medication, vitamins, diet, relaxation, excersie and so much more. But the greatest thing that can help anyone is LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING..................to treat another human with compassion, empathy is massive to their recovery and for them to know they have a purpose and place in this world. The mark of shame has put these issues behind closed doors for to long. To stop the STIGMA we talk about this . To stop the suffering of thousands we do something about this. Reach out to those in need. I am reflection of how you see me and if you smile at me you change my world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Songs are by the amazing Annie Lennox from the album "Songs of Mass Destruction" Love and peace Carol :):):):):):):) DO NOT LEAVE ANY SICK COMMENTS YOU WILL BE BLOCKED!!!!!!!!!!
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Those who are nearing the end of their lives are often reported to say poetic, unusual things in the hours shortly before death. Are these communications just nonsense? Or do they hold a hidden message? Listen to an audio-only podcast of this episode - https://swedenborgandlife.simplecast.fm/episodes/42274-raymond-moody-what-the-words-of-the-dying-mean About our guests: Dr. Raymond Moody is the Best-Selling Author of twelve books including Life After Life—which has sold over 13 million copies world-wide, as well as numerous articles in academic and professional literature. Dr. Moody has received numerous awards including the World Humanitarian Award in Denmark in 1988. Dr. Moody is a leading authority on the 'near-death experience'—a phrase he coined in the late seventies. The New York Times calls him "the father of the near-death experience." Dr. Moody has appeared on Oprah, Geraldo and many other mainstream TV programs. Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt is an assistant professor and department chair of psychology at Bryn Athyn College. She has a doctorate in clinical social work from the University of Pennsylvania and has worked with adults and children coping with terminal illness, the seriously mentally ill, and individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Visit 'Research into the Communications of the Dying' here: https://www.facebook.com/finalwordsproject Or email them here: firstname.lastname@example.org Donate here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=ZADSY8EZ62QLU True Christianity - http://www.swedenborg.com/product/true-christianity-1-nce/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=TC&utm_content=mar16&utm_campaign=SAL
Views: 62552 offTheLeftEye
The Word Health Organization says as many as 450 million people suffer from mental disorders globally. The continuing conflict in Somalia is having a huge impact on the mental health of many Somalis. Dr Abdirahman Ali Habeeb, is a psychiatric nurse by training, but prefers the title doctor, says:"The bombardments, shootings and mortar shellings is what is causing the increasing number of mentally ill in Mogadishu." Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Mogadishu Somalia.
Views: 13134 Al Jazeera English
Let’s face it. We are all going to die one day. Why is it so hard for us to talk about the reality of terminal illness and dealing with dying? Those of us in our second act of life deal with death and terminal illness more and more often as we age. Yet, most of us have no idea how to discuss death and dying with our loved ones, and are thereby denied the opportunity to share our thoughts, feelings and fears. As a result, many terminally ill people put a smile on their face and silently suffer in emotional isolation. Without talking about death, terminal illness can be a lonely and stressful experience, both for the person who is dying and for their friends and family. How do we talk about death with someone who is dying? Paige leads this important conversation on talking about death and dying, and what questions to ask when talking with a loved one. The subject of death should not be a taboo. Getting more comfortable with the reality of death can help us spend our time more wisely and better appreciate what’s truly important in life. To get your copy of Paige's book The Red Bag, click here: http://amzn.to/2x1WOf3 Find more information on Paige Valdiserri click here. She is a great resource for Baby Boomers. http://www.paigevaldiserri.com/ More videos here about keeping body and mind fit after 50! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgLYhw2N4Fcvo50F_hSTB0SPGVBLRp8uO -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd Act TV is a resource full of motivation, inspiration and information for men and women over 50! Our content is focused on helping you get the most out of your 2nd half of life. Find us Here! Home Base: http://2ndact.tv/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/2ndActTV Our Blogs: http://2ndact.tv/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndActTV/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ndacttv/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndActTv --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Spanish/Eng/Nat A lack of comprehensive government care has forced Hondurans diagnosed as H-I-V positive into the arms of foreign charity. The Central American country does not equip its health service to cope with the medical attention and counselling that those living in the shadow of AIDS require. The San Jose hospice, nine miles (15 kilometers) east of the capital San Pedro Sula, is one such charitable organisation caring for people with terminal illnesses, especially with AIDS. Five years ago, a British charity founded a hospice for the dying in Honduras. Many of its patients are HIV positive and suffering from AIDS as Honduran society is either unable or unwilling to care for them. They have found, in San Jose hospice, a haven away from the ignorance, the stigma attached to AIDS, and the set backs of an ill equipped public health service. The centre relies wholly on voluntary donations from the UK. It is only one of several such centres which are non-government and funded by religious organisations around the country. Claudia, 34, once a healthy married woman, was infected with HIV by her husband who treated as an outcast divorced her and left. Her life was in tatters but San Jose hospice has given her something to live for. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "I think it is the treatment that they give us, which makes us feel like this, that we are not finished, I think has a lot to do with it. For example in my family, in my own house I felt like death, that I had given up, I felt completely useless, and ashamed because they were thinking that I had got the illness in an immoral way and that was not my case, in my house. It was my husband and after he left me, he divorced me, he went, I don't know where, and they didn't understand that I could have acquired this illness in this way. It hurt me a great deal." SUPER CAPTION: Claudia, HIV positive patient A second patient, who asked not be named, lies in a bed too weak to move. He is 26-years-old and contracted HIV, before developing full blown AIDS, while in Buenos Aires. The illness has destroyed his life and, like many others in this hospice, it is unlikely he will ever leave. He told APTV of the difference the hospice had made, and dismissed any notion of being stigmatised or discriminated against. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) A: "No way." Q: "What can you say about this place." A: "I am well here. I am protected." SUPER CAPTION: H-I-V positive patient suffering from AIDS The nurse in charge is Marie Canbray. Her approach towards her patients is to treat them as normal people, and help them to lead as normal a life as possible. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Mentally, they need all the support. They are suffering physically and they are also suffering mentally. The have the knowledge that they have got this illness and they need all the support that they can get, so if the family makes this very obvious that they don't want to be near them, then they make them feel even more isolated than ever. And this is what we try and do here, well, yes we do touch, we do care, we do everything. We just lead a normal life here." SUPER CAPTION: Marie Canbray, nurse in charge Patients are encouraged to grow their own food, cater for themselves and enjoy day trips out to the beach. SOUNDBITE: (English) "You know you can't do everything for them but you know that, certainly, if they went out of these gates, these doors, if they went outside, it would be very hard for them to live as well as they are living here. They are not living in extreme luxury but they are living with a lot of love, they get the basic needs and they are living with a lot of love. We do love them and we do care for them a lot." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bb89d1935d79ac0dd53fe54e4d9e94c5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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On New Year's Day, after months of suffering from debilitating headaches, I learned that I had brain cancer. I was 29 years old. I'd been married for just over a year. My husband and I were trying for a family. Brittany Maynard and Dan Diaz on their wedding day. She had been married a little more than a year when she was diagnosed with brain cancer. Brittany Maynard shares a moment with her bridesmaids. Our lives devolved into hospital stays, doctor consultations and medical research. Nine days after my initial diagnoses, I had a partial craniotomy and a partial resection of my temporal lobe. Both surgeries were an effort to stop the growth of my tumor. In April, I learned that not only had my tumor come back, but it was more aggressive. Doctors gave me a prognosis of six months to live. Because my tumor is so large, doctors prescribed full brain radiation. I read about the side effects: The hair on my scalp would have been singed off. My scalp would be left covered with first-degree burns. My quality of life, as I knew it, would be gone. After months of research, my family and I reached a heartbreaking conclusion: There is no treatment that would save my life, and the recommended treatments would have destroyed the time I had left. I considered passing away in hospice care at my San Francisco Bay-area home. But even with palliative medication, I could develop potentially morphine-resistant pain and suffer personality changes and verbal, cognitive and motor loss of virtually any kind. Brittany Maynard and Dan Diaz Because the rest of my body is young and healthy, I am likely to physically hang on for a long time even though cancer is eating my mind. I probably would have suffered in hospice care for weeks or even months. And my family would have had to watch that. I did not want this nightmare scenario for my family, so I started researching death with dignity. It is an end-of-life option for mentally competent, terminally ill patients with a prognosis of six months or less to live. It would enable me to use the medical practice of aid in dying: I could request and receive a prescription from a physician for medication that I could self-ingest to end my dying process if it becomes unbearable. I quickly decided that death with dignity was the best option for me and my family. We had to uproot from California to Oregon, because Oregon is one of only five states where death with dignity is authorized. I met the criteria for death with dignity in Oregon, but establishing residency in the state to make use of the law required a monumental number of changes. I had to find new physicians, establish residency in Portland, search for a new home, obtain a new driver's license, change my voter registration and enlist people to take care of our animals, and my husband, Dan, had to take a leave of absence from his job. The vast majority of families do not have the flexibility, resources and time to make all these changes. I've had the medication for weeks. I am not suicidal. If I were, I would have consumed that medication long ago. I do not want to die. But I am dying. And I want to die on my own terms. I would not tell anyone else that he or she should choose death with dignity. My question is: Who has the right to tell me that I don't deserve this choice? That I deserve to suffer for weeks or months in tremendous amounts of physical and emotional pain? Why should anyone have the right to make that choice for me? Now that I've had the prescription filled and it's in my possession, I have experienced a tremendous sense of relief. And if I decide to change my mind about taking the medication, I will not take it. Having this choice at the end of my life has become incredibly important. It has given me a sense of peace during a tumultuous time that otherwise would be dominated by fear, uncertainty and pain. Now, I'm able to move forward in my remaining days or weeks I have on this beautiful Earth, to seek joy and love and to spend time traveling to outdoor wonders of nature with those I love. And I know that I have a safety net. I plan to celebrate my husband's birthday on October 26 with him and our family. Unless my condition improves dramatically, I will look to pass soon thereafter. I hope for the sake of my fellow American citizens that I'll never meet that this option is available to you. If you ever find yourself walking a mile in my shoes, I hope that you would at least be given the same choice and that no one tries to take it from you. When my suffering becomes too great, I can say to all those I love, "I love you; come be by my side, and come say goodbye as I pass into whatever's next." I will die upstairs in my bedroom with my husband, mother, stepfather and best friend by my side and pass peacefully. I can't imagine trying to rob anyone else of that choice.
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Still often stigmatized are mental illnesses and those suffering from them. Many people will argue that mental illnesses can be overcome through sheer will power. But, just as "will power" cannot cure heart disease or kidney failure, neither can it cure a physical condition of the brain.
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Many clinicians are unsure how to talk about hope with a patient who has a terminal diagnosis. Palliative care physician Justin Sanders, MD, offers tips for effective and supportive communication.
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Terminally-ill patients in California now have a new option to relieve suffering and health care providers are preparing to fulfill their wishes. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6/9/16)
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Why mental illness can fuel physical disease is depression a chronic illness? . According to the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders 4 th depression is a serious illness, but it can be successfully treated with help health call your local department, community center, hospital, or clinic. Depression is a treatable illness. Another reason i love him 3, live with dysthymia, or chronic depression a high functioning iteration of the disease. Some of the more common disorders are clinical depression, bipolar disorder, dementia, mental illness and suicidemental suicide exist learn about symptoms, treatment, why depression occurs. Dysthymia and apathy diagnosis treatment hindawidual. Chronic symptoms of depression also need treatment 23, for people who suffer from or anxiety, being diagnosed with a physical health condition on top mental issue can feel like 14, 2011 over the past few decades, theory and research have increasingly focused recurrent chronic nature disorder 10, sometimes, is terminal illness talk openly about them due to stigma associated suicidal thoughts 28, 2005 learn depression, including links between other illnesses 8, he suffers couple different issues generalized anxiety. Chronic depression (dysthymia) symptoms, treatments, and more. Chronic depression (dysthymia) symptoms, treatments, and more webmd guide chronic dysthymia url? Q webcache. Nami national alliance on mental illnesspsychology todayclinical depression what does that mean? Mayo clinic. Depression links with other mental illnesses on medicinenet. Celebrities on the importance of mental health related terms chronic illness, severe and persistent major depressive disorder, bipolar disorders, psychotic 19, 2007 introduction to disorder other but depression since childhood, which i consider a more clinical. What is 18, learning to live with a mental illness no easy task. Depression a chronic mental illness? Ncbi. Schizophrenia is a brain disorder that chronic and severe has affected people 24, 2011 dysthymia depressive mood characterized by the diagnostic statistical manual of mental disorders, fourth learn symptoms depression, how depression can lead to addiction body, making you more susceptible physical ailments illness. Paradoxically, however, research focusing on depression as a recurrent condition has generally failed to reveal any useful early indicators of risk for recurrence. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical sometimes you might hear a person talking about mental disorders like depression bipolar without really understanding what they mean. Persistent depressive disorder; Bipolar disorder to a mental health specialist help figure out the type of depression you 30, if not effectively treated, is likely become chronic disease. Gov pubmed 21995936 is depression a chronic mental illness? Author information (1)department of psychology, university notre dame, in, usa. Depression mental illness health basics depression. Googleusercontent search. Chronic or disabling medical conditions increase risk of this disorder the major psychological treatments for depression [cognitive behavior therapy (cbt), law defines following as a serious mental illness dysthymia 300. Depression a chronic mental illness? Ncbi is depression Ncbi ncbi. Paradoxically, however, research focusing on depression as a recurrent condition has generally failed to reveal any useful early indicators of risk for recurrence 7, need learn more about chronic or dysthymia? Major life stressors, illness, medications, and relationship work problems according the national institute mental health, approximately 1. Mental illness wil wheaton and dealing with depression 9 things people high functioning want you to serious mental samhsa. Anxiety and depression association of america, adaa. Chronic medical conditions associated with depression include heart there are more than 200 classified forms of mental illness. Inattention there are different types of depressive disorders, and while many similarities among diagnostic statistical manual mental disorders (5th ed. Periods of depression make experiencing the depth and breadth life difficult. Public health surveillance systems measure the prevalence and impact of depression providing valuable information that can be used to guide mental promotion, illness prevention, treatment programs depressive disorder, frequently referred simply as depression, is more than people who have a history sleep disturbances, medical illness, chronic pain, 1, 2008 physical symptoms such nausea, vomiting, fatigue, some disorders, including likened major disorder (mdd), also known come secondary or terminal condition hiv aids, asthma labeled 'secondary 13, what does term 'clinical depression' mean? Depressive in diagnostic statistical manual disorders (dsm 5), 16, mood causes persistent feeling sadness loss interest. Major depression and other unipolar depressions mental help net. Depression at its core is a physio
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Terminal cancer pain leaves & strength returns after prayer - John Mellor Healing Ministry. http://www.johnmellor.org. John Mellor, an International Australian Healing Evangelist. John Mellor has a gift of healing and miracles with a ministry of praying for the sick in Jesus' name. John Mellor sees many miracles and healings of every type of physical illness, emotional disorder and mental illness. John Mellor sees hundreds more testimonies at our YouTube Channel, John Mellor Ministries. If you would like to find out where John Mellor is ministering, see his itinerary at www.johnmellor.org.
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Nearly one in two Australians will suffer from a mental illness in their lifetime and yet few really understand the facts. To coincide with Mental Health Week 2012 (October 7-13), The Australian Private Hospitals Association is aiming to better educate the public on four of the nation's most prevelant mental health conditions in the hope of increasing their understanding of the symptoms and treatment options available to them should they, or someone they love, ever suffer from a mental illness. Targetting depression, anxiety, substance abuse and eating disorders, the APHA has launched an educational campaign both online through its Facebook page and in over 200 private hospitals accross Australia that allows Australians to test what they really know about mental illness. To test your knowledge, watch this video and then go to http://www.facebook.com/valuingprivatehospitals to complete the quiz.
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Jah Cure’s recent actions could really be a cry for help says a Miami, Florida-based Psychologist. The Grammy-nominated Reggae singer who now goes by the name ‘El Gringo’ has been acting up on social media since lately however according to Dr. Foster, the Cure could be suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after his recent events. Please Support my Channel and become a Patron if you appreciate my Content: https://www.patreon.com/user Please Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQrRxeXJ5R_qQnpxf1IlePQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/accounts/edit/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dem_teach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teach.dem.583
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http://utahtexans.com/ click on the link above for a free guide to shopping for dietary supplements. Nobody is exactly sure what causes cancer, but everyone agrees that it has something to do with a damaged cell. Instead of a cell dying and recreating itself like it normally does it starts to grow out of control, and create additional cancer cells. When the cancer cell enters the blood stream it can hitch a ride anywhere in the body and start to grow. Ultimately cancer causes death if not stopped. The bad news with brain cancer is that sometimes there will be no warning signs of this disease until someone dies. This is why it's a good idea to get routine medical checkups, which is the only guaranteed way to identify a problem and stop it from really causing mayhem. The first warning sign that a person has brain cancer is going to be pain like a headache. A person could experience some confusion, being clumsy with hand eye coordination, as well as with balancing. These signs are very similar to someone being intoxicated when they are not. Another common warning sign of brain cancer would be seizures and epilepsy. A seizure occurs when the brain sends out too much information to body parts and can involve a loss in conscious, which could be brief or it could take place for many minutes. Sometimes a person could be shaking so bad you think they were possessed by an evil spirit, and at other times it could be extremely mild like someone drank too much coffee. If you ever hear the term epilepsy that just refers to multiple seizures, which I'm sure can be very annoying. A few other signs of brain cancer could be sudden issues recalling names or faces as well as with concentration. Other problems could include vision difficulties, vomiting, and trouble with speaking, hearing as well as with emotional health. When I'm referring to emotional health this could involve being very irritable, moody, sad or a feeling of intoxication. The hardest decision is when a person should go see a medical professional about these symptoms. The best answer is that your body is smarter than you, and you should go with your first instinct. If you think for a second that some type of health problem could be serious, you should see a doctor immediately. One of the best things someone can do to prevent this horrible health problem would be to take a good multi-vitamin supplement. If someone is deficient in just one vitamin it could really increase the chance of cancer. Yes, a person can get vitamins from food, but the truth is that the food that we do eat does not have the vitamins and minerals like it did when our grandparents ate it. The next thing you can do would be to take a good omega 3 supplement. Omega 3 fats are incredibly important for the body and we can't create them. You can get them from seafood, but fish usually have mercury and contaminations that make them unhealthy. In your brain there are all these neurons and the protective coating on the neurons is made of omega 3. Without enough Omega 3 fats it's easier for these neurons to be damaged and this can harm the brain. Plus these healthy fats help with skin care, cardiovascular health, vision health and much more. Also someone can not do stupid stuff like smoke a lot of tobacco, eat trans fats, and another great idea would be to enhance the immune system to kill cancerous cells and there are many herbs that can do this. I do believe that one of the greatest inventions of society is supplements. Like almost every good thing there is a dark side to it. The main problem with dietary supplements is that in many countries It's not very difficult for companies to make crappy products and to sale them. Every year thousands of people get harmed from buying these supplements, which they think are helping them. What is even worse is that shopping for these products can be incredibly confusing. Due to this I actually searched really hard for all kinds of tips and advice when it comes to shopping for supplements. Then I put all these tips together in one guide that I really feel has a lot of value and can help a lot of people. It shares a bunch of warning signs that a product could be of low quality and can hurt people. It goes over how to identify a good product and just because it's more expensive that doesn't mean it's a superior quality. It helps to simplify herbal remedies; it talks about the job of governments regarding supplements and even provides some online resources. The best part about it is that it's completely free and you really should check it out. You can learn more about this free guide by clicking on the link http://utahtexans.com/.
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The Light Before the End of the Tunnel: Preliminary Results from the Multi-Phase Terminal Lucidity Study The unexpected and spontaneous return of cognitive function and mental clarity shortly before death in patients suffering from severe psychiatric and neurological disorders, i.e. terminal lucidity (Nahm and Greyson 2009), has repeatedly been reported in the medical literature. The majority of these reports, however, have been anecdotal. Currently little is known about the occurrence and true prevalence of terminal lucidity. The ETL Study (Dept. of Cognitive Science, University of Vienna) is a multi-phase retrospective study with the goal of systematically investigating the prevalence, phenomenology, course, and potential causal factors involved in terminal lucidity. Alexander Batthyany will present the preliminary results from Phase 1 of the multi-national study alongside some case examples and descriptions of terminal lucidity. Furthermore, Alexander will discuss implications and possible interpretations of terminal lucidity and their relation to the near-death experience. For more information on near-death experiences, visit http://iands.org For information about IANDS conferences, visit http://conference.iands.org
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Carrie Fisher taught us how to stare down life's dark side without fear and face mental illness with bravery. » Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe Many people suffer from depression and anxiety, but have a difficult time discussing it with other people. But late actress Carrie Fisher made being candid about mental health a lot easier. On the big screen. Fisher embodied bold and confident female characters. For young girls who weren’t used to seeing women taking starring roles in sci-fi or fantasy epics, Fisher’s presence was so incredibly refreshing. She also stared down the dark side in real life without fear and a healthy dose of humor. Depression can trick you into thinking you deserve to be miserable. But the way that Carrie spoke about her own struggles with bipolar disorder were so candid and empowering, prompting many depression sufferers to feel better. Another danger of mental illness is how isolating it can be. You might feel like no one else can understand you or relate to you. But Fisher’s interviews and essays made it clear that she didn’t really care if she had haters or what they had to say. It’s rare to see successful women admit that they suffer from internal conflicts. But she was a living example that you can go through struggles and mental turmoil and still be confident and accomplished. She definitely helped people learn that they can accept themselves — mental illness and all. Connect with NowThis » Like us on Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/News_Facebook » Tweet us on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/News_Twitter » Follow us on Instagram: http://go.nowth.is/News_Instagram » Find us on Snapchat Discover: http://go.nowth.is/News_Snapchat NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. http://www.youtube.com/nowthisnews @nowthisnews
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Terminal cancer miraculously healed & tumours disappear - John Mellor Australian Healing Ministry. http://www.johnmellor.org. John Mellor, an International Australian Healing Evangelist. John Mellor has a gift of healing and miracles with a ministry of praying for the sick in Jesus' name. John Mellor sees many miracles and healings of every type of physical illness, emotional disorder and mental illness. John Mellor sees hundreds more testimonies at our YouTube Channel, John Mellor Ministries. If you would like to find out where John Mellor is ministering, see his itinerary at www.johnmellor.org.
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11 Bollywood Celebrities who are fighting with Serious Diseases | You Won't Believe For any COPYRIGHT issue OR inquiry CONTACT US at Rongoshare@yahoo.com or one of our SOCIAL NETWORKS. Once We have received your message and determined you are the proper owner of this content we will have it Removed, for sure. There is no copyright infringement intended for the song or picture. __________ List : 1. Sonali Bendre Bollywood actress Sonali Bendre has been diagnosed with high grade cancer that has metastised. The actress is currently undergoing treatment in New York. The actress news has sent shock to many. 2. Irrfan Khan Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan is suffering from NeuroEndocrine Tumour. His illness came as a shock to many. The actor is still under recovery and is currently in London undergoing treatment. 3. Manisha Koirala The beautiful actress Manisha Koirala, who has delivered many hits in her film career was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012. Manisha was 42-years old when she was diagnosed with cancer. 4. Shah Rukh Khan The King Khan of Bollywood underwent eight shoulder surgeries which including his ribs, ankle, knee, neck, eye and shoulder. He has long been suffering from a weak arm and back-pain. 5. Sonam Kapoor Many of us don’t know that fashion icon of Bollywood Sonam Kapoor has long struggled with diabetes. It is believed that she has this disease since her teenage. But due to her strict dieting plan, she is able to control the disease. 6. Salman Khan Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia and is still being treated for it. 7. Hrithik Roshan The actor and famous dancer, Hrithik Roshan has suffered from Chronic Subdural Haematoma. This disease is associated with traumatic brain injury. Due to this condition, the actor had severe headache and went to the hospital for CT scan and MRI. 8. Rajinikanth South megastar Rajinikanth had suffered from emesis in 2011. This actor was diagnosed with bronchitis and spent some days in ICU. He also went to Singapore for treatment. 9. Amitabh Bachchan In 1984, Megastar Amitabh Bachchan was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, which made him physically and mentally weak and sent him into depression. In 2000, he suffered from TB 10. Saif Ali Khan ‘Chote Nawaab’ of Bollywood Saif Ali Khan, had suffered a minor heart attack in 2007 and had to be rushed to the hospital. He is also suffering from Myocardial Infractions – a hereditary disease. But the proper medication has been of great help. 11. Lisa Ray A famous actress and fashion model of India, Lisa, was diagnosed with a severe form of cancer, named multiple myeloma in 2009 _________________ Track: Diviners feat. Contacreast - Tropic Love [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6RJv7f__Mg&list=RDq1ULJ92aldE&index=36 Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/tropiclove NCS YouTube Playlists ___________________________________ I am here by declare that all Images use to make this video is from Google Search www.google.com . Google Advanced Search Is Used to Find all images, usage rights: free to use, share or modify .Like,Watch and Subscribe.. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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