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Title : Spider-Man: Homecoming
Release : 2017-07-05.
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Stars : Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Zendaya, Marisa Tomei.

Following the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker, with the help of his mentor Tony Stark, tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York City, with fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges.

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Happy Mothers Day

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Mothers day for thousands is one of them days, you either love it or hate it.

I love the fact that I will be with my 5 babies, they’ll spoil me rotten as they always do and Kian will constantly say all day “Happy Mothers Day Mum” and I mean ALL DAY ::))  Its also a devastating day, the part of me being selfish….. I just want my mum.  I want her to be here with me Kerrie and Kieran and her 6 grandchildren herself being spoilt as she deserved to be.  The angels above had other ideas.

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So on Mothers Day, I want to thank my mum Bernadette, for being my mum, and for making me the mum I am.

Words will never be strong enough for the love and heartache I have for you.

A hole that will never be filled until the day we meet.

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Love you forever and shine brightly

 

 

For all you lovely mums out there, have a great day with your families…. sit back put your feet up and enjoy being made a fuss of….you deserve it

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Side Affects of Anti Depressants

When you go to your GP with depression, the 1st thing they will do is prescribe medication.  Going through what I have with medications I personally feel this should be the last resort and other alternatives such as excercise, CBT Therapy etc should be sought before prescribing such toxic medicines.  Drs/GPs do not go into detail about side affects and I know they don’t have time but it should be touched on as the side affects, affect your every day life.

Physical Symptoms. When you first begin antidepressant treatment, depression medication side effects can be physical symptoms like headache, joint pain, muscle aches, nausea, skin rashes, or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and temporary.

Sleep Disturbance. Many people notice trouble sleeping when they first start taking an antidepressant — trouble falling asleep or that they wake up easily during the night. Other types of depression medication-related sleep disturbances common with SSRIs include nightmares and sleepwalking.

Daytime Sleepiness.  Daytime sleepiness can be a side effect of sleep disturbance at night or a direct sedative effect of an antidepressant. If an antidepressant causes sedation, taking it at bedtime may solve the problem.” Medication side effects of SSRIs in particular can include both sedation that causes daytime sleepiness and insomnia that causes nighttime wakefulness. About 25 percent of people on SSRI meds will have one or both of these two side effects.

Migraine Headache. Migraines tend to be more common in people with depression, people who take medications for migraines need to be careful when taking SSRIs. Medications used for migraine treatment, called triptans, and SSRIs both increase the brain chemical serotonin. Serotonin syndrome, which causes flushing, rapid heart rate, and headache, can occur if these medications are taken together. Ask your doctor about how to avoid serotonin syndrome if you’re taking prescription meds for both conditions.

Weight Gain. Weight gain is a late side effect of antidepressants and one of the most common reasons that patients stop taking them or need to change medications. Getting 30 minutes of exercise on most days of the week is the best remedy.

Suicide. The risk that taking an antidepressant will increase the risk of suicidal thinking has been extensively studied. According to most of the research, when compared with taking a placebo, taking an SSRI or another antidepressant doubles the risk for suicidal thinking. The overall risk of this depression medication side effect for children, teens, and adults is 2 to 4 percent. One reason why antidepressants may lead to suicide is that they may give a person enough energy to carry out a suicide plan. Regular follow-up with your doctor is the best way to prevent this side effect.

Sexual Side Effects. Sexual side effects are the most common long-term side effects caused by SSRIs. They include decreased sexual desire, delayed ejaculation in men, and the inability to have an orgasm in women. Up to 60 percent of people on SSRIs may have one of these depression medication side effects. “Sexual 外汇交易平台 side effects are one of the long-term side effects that many people cannot tolerate,” Trivedi says. “For any side effect, early or late, you need to work with your doctor; there are usually options that can help. But discontinuing your medication on your own is never a good option.”

What Is FACS?

What is FACS?

Fetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome (FACS) currently consists of  three different, individual syndromes; Fetal Valproate Syndrome (Epilim®), Fetal Carbamazepine Syndrome (Tegretol®) and Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome (Phenytoin or Dilantin®). In the future however there is every likelihood that other anti-epileptic drugs (or AEDs) could be linked to an individual syndrome which comes under the broader category of FACS.

Whilst AEDs were primarily designed for use in seizure treatment, they have also been used for mental health conditions, migraines, pain management, and anorexia treatment, so it is not just women with seizure disorders who may have affected children.

FACS occurs when the AEDs that were taken by the mother during pregnancy cross the placenta and into the developing fetus. The diagnosis of FACS (or the respective individual syndrome) can only be made by a specialist, when the mother, who took the specific AEDs during pregnancy has a child with a combination of physical malformations, dysmorphic (facial) features, neurodevelopment or cognitive difficulties, and no other cause can be found for these difficulties e.g., genetic syndromes.

When a diagnosis of FACS is made many variables are considered, such as; the dosage of the AED (higher dosages carry increased risks), the AED itself (higher risks are associated with Sodium Valproate), and whether the AED was monotherapy (only a single type of AED being used) bluehost or polytherapy (more than one type of AED being used). When there is a child(ren) in the family with a confirmed diagnosis of FACS, and the mother was on the same drug regime as the confirmed child(ren), the risk of having another child with FACS increases to approximately 30-50%.

Research has often shown that the most “at risk” times are during the first three months of pregnancy (as this is when the major congenital malformations would take place) and though this is still true, new research is showing that exposure to the AEDs throughout the whole pregnancy can be problematic.  Of particular concern is Sodium Valproate (Epilim®), as there is increased risk of neurodevelopmental difficulties, which include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or dyspraxia.

Key Syndrome Characteristics

FACS needs to be diagnosed by an informed specialist when the mother has taken AEDs during pregnancy and has a baby/child with a combination of dysmorphic (facial) features, physical malformations and/or neurodevelopmental or cognitive impairments and there is no other reason for these difficulties/impairments.

Fetal Valproate Syndrome 

Foetal Valproate Syndrome (FVS) occurs when Sodium Valproate (Epilim®), has affected the foetus in-utero. Every affected person presents differently, which means the symptoms or characteristics will differ.

Physical Malformations

  • Dysmorphic facial features
  • Visual difficulties
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Hypospadia (only in boys)
  • Limb and heart defects
  • Spina bifida

Neurodevelopment or Cognitive Difficulties

  • Developmental delay
  • Attention and memory difficulties
  • Lower IQ
  • Speech and language problems
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Physical Difficulties

  • Gross and fine motor control difficulties
  • Poor muscle tone

Fetal Carbamazepine Syndrome 

Foetal Carbamazepine Syndrome (FCS) occurs when Carbamazepine (Tegretol ®), has affected the foetus in-utero which can result in some of the following characteristics or symptoms (this is not a checklist):

  • Dysmorphic facial features
  • Attention difficulties
  • Memory difficulties
  • Nail abnormalities
  • Lower IQ
  • Developmental delay

Foetal Hydantoin/ Phenytoin Syndrome 

Foetal Hydantoin Syndrome occurs when Phenytoin (Dilantin ®), has affected the foetus in-utero which can result in some of the following characteristics or symptoms (this is not a checklist):

  • Cleft lip and/or palate
  • Nail abnormalities, such as hypoplastic nails (underdevelopment or absence of nails)
  • Small size at birth
  • Lower IQ
  • Developmental delay

Suicidal woman who once tried to pull out the tubes of her life support machine turns her life around and vows to help others suffering depression

  • Problems began when she endured six months of sexual abuse as a teen
  • Though Aimee Wilson never told anyone, the abuse haunted her
  • At age 18 was diagnosed with a personality disorder after being sectioned
  • Battled mental health problems and depression for years 
  • At her lowest she was forcibly medicated and attempted to end her life
  • After a stay at a specialist hospital is on the road to recovery
  • Has set up a blog to help others with mental disorders

A woman has overcome a five-year battle with depression which saw her sectioned and try to end her own life, and is now determined her experience will help others.

During her darkest period Aimee Wilson, 23, from Blyth, had to be forcibly medicated in hospital, following two attempted overdoses and was placed on a ventilator.

But now, having come through the other side, Aimee has launched an online blog to help other sufferers of mental health problems by showing it is possible to recover and move forward.

Amiee hopes sharing her story on her blog will give hope to others struggling with mental health problems

Amiee hopes sharing her story on her blog will give hope to others struggling with mental health problems

Aimee, who has been diagnosed with a personality disorder, was first sectioned at the age of 18, beginning a five-year battle with her mental health.

The professionals who treated her believe the mental health problems which swamped her were sparked by sexual abuse she suffered in her teenage years.

Aimee’s downward spiral was so great that she became determined to end her life.

She attempted suicide twice through an overdose, once in June 2012 and again in October 2013.

On both occasions, when she refused the treatment needed to save her life, she was sedated and placed on a life support machine under the Mental Capacity Act.

Even once she was off the ventilator, doctors had no option but to deliver her medication forcibly through tubes, and Aimee would often try and pull out her drips.

An overdose saw Amiee placed on life support. During her stay in hospital she attempted to pull out the lines giving her medication in a further attempt to end her life

An overdose saw Amiee placed on life support. During her stay in hospital she attempted to pull out the lines giving her medication in a further attempt to end her life

But less than six months later, the 23-year-old is looking to the future after getting her own flat and starting over again.

She said: ‘I had got used to the idea that I would end up killing myself and that I wouldn’t grow old.

‘I wanted to die so much, I was using my toes to try to pull out the treatment tubes when I was in hospital.

‘But I feel really positive now. I can’t believe I have come this far.

‘I think it’s important for people to know there is always hope and you can get better.’

Aimee’s problems began when she endured six months of sexual abuse by a man she knew.

So terrified she would not be believed, the then-schoolgirl never reported the attacks to police.

However, the mental scars stayed with Aimee throughout her teenage years.

And as she sat her A-levels she said she began to hear voices in her head.

As well as writing her blog , Aimee has begun volunteering for a charity that helps blind veterans

At the beginning of December Aimee moved into her own flat,

At the beginning of December Aimee moved into her own flat, and as well as writing her blog (left) has begun volunteering for a charity that helps blind veterans

As the stress of exams and her undiagnosed condition got on top of her, Aimee began taking high doses of prescription medicine in an attempt to block out her feelings.

Then one day she passed out and was taken to hospital. She was eventually sectioned for two weeks at the St Nicholas mental health hospital in Gosforth, Newcastle.

‘It all happened so quickly,’ she said. ‘One minute I was revising for my exams and the next I was in a mental hospital.

‘I was terrified. I had no idea about mental health problems. I just thought I must be going crazy.

‘Because I was 18 I had to go on an adult ward and I was with people who had been really unwell for a long time. It was really scary.’

Aimee spent the next three years in and out of hospital, attempting suicide twice, and in 2011 was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.

What is Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)?

Personality disorders typically emerge in adolescence and persist into adulthood.

BPD is best understood as a disorder of mood and how a person interacts with others.

Many people with the condition self-harm and attempt suicide

It is estimated that 60-70% of people with BPD will attempt suicide at some point in their life.

BPD can cause a range of distressing symptoms and patterns of abnormal behaviour, including:

  • overwhelming feelings of distress, anxiety, worthlessness or anger
  • difficulty managing such feelings without self-harming – for example, by abusing drugs and alcohol or taking overdoses
  • difficulty maintaining stable and close relationships
  • sometimes having periods of loss of contact with reality
  • in some cases, threats of harm to others

‘They had to give me the drugs through tubes because I just wanted to die,’ Aimee said.

In July 2012 Aimee was transferred to a specialist hospital in Yorkshire, and began her journey to recovery.

As she recovered she decided to tell people what had happened to her for the first time, writing of her experiences on a blog.

Entitled , Aimee’s honest account of her battle with mental illness has now been viewed more than 62,000 times.

‘I started it two years ago, while I was in hospital,’ she said.

‘At first I didn’t have much faith in it and I didn’t realise how big it would become.

‘But I have now had so many positive comments. I had kept my mental health problems a secret for all these years.

‘No one talks about mental illness.

‘Even when celebrities do come forward they are always quite guarded about what they say.’

Aimee was discharged from the Yorkshire hospital last September.

‘Almost as quickly as it started it ended,’ Aimee said.

‘All of a sudden I didn’t want to kill myself.

‘I wanted to live my life and recover.’

On her blog she explains: ‘As I progressed through my recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, I’d like to think that my blog now also provides people with hope, and determination.

‘That people read it and see that you can feel completely and utterly worthless and hopeless to the point where you think the only way to get any relief is to end your life, and you can come back from that; you can be happy again. You can enjoy being alive again.

‘Being in recovery doesn’t mean my life runs smoothly. It doesn’t mean I don’t feel how I used to or have those thoughts again. phentermine And it doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten how hard life used to be, or how much hard work I’ve had to put in. I’m forever grateful.’

At the beginning of December last year Aimee moved into her own flat in Blyth and has begun volunteering for a charity that helps blind veterans.

She has also been asked to take part in research studies at universities and to be part of a panel to improve services for mental health patients. 

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#frombloggingtojogging – Week 5

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I’ve had a cough since the week before christmas, so on Saturday I spent the day in A and E and after a good few hours and been seen by the Dr….I’ve got Pneumonia.  I’ve been feeling literally crap since Christmas, even though I’ve been trying to motivate myself, it just isn’t happening.trailer movie Fist Fight 2017

Last week I was disappointed as I went to Slimming World to be weighed and I had put a pound on.  It seems everyone is losing apart from me.  So this week I’ve also signed up to the Thinking Slimmer 12 week plan along with following Slimming World too. thinking Slimmer is a slimpod in which you listen to.  Its not on very long but it does help me when I do listen to it.  It keeps me focused and I dont tend to pick as much.

My gym membership has just been paid today ::(( so I’m hoping to get back to spinning when I feel a bit more stronger.  Spinning is just the best excercise ever, I do love it when I’m in the zone of going, it just makes it harder when you miss a few sessions.

I’m keeping it short and sweet this post as their isnt many positives only the fact that I’m still on course, eating more fruit and drinking lots of water to keep hydrated.

Hope all you lovely ladies are having a better week……heres to seeing a lot less of us next week.  Dont forget to link up with Hannah on her linky page and I will be posting Instagram motivation pictures as the week goes on.

 

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