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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
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    what an awful 12 hours. spent 6 hours on phone to Samaritans. was better than I thought, they were good but obviously I still felt absolutely ****. then saw GP and had a meltdown. shes called crisis team to see me urgently but there was lots and lots of talk about hospital. worried.
    Have you seen them? Do you feel safe?
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    had lunch in the dining room today proud of myself
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    (Original post by Team_McDreamy)
    had lunch in the dining room today proud of myself
    I'm proud of you

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    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
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    im glad Samaritans helped you! sorry to hear you had a tough time with the GP though, do you think crisis team might help at all? hopefully doesn't come to hospital for you! big hugs :hugs:
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    thanks. yeah they were very good, really. and anyone who can sit with me on the phone for 3 hours (had 3 phone calls, that was the longest) with me distressed on the other side needs a medal. I hate the crisis team. gonna play it all down, worried my GP has told them she wants me to have admission though.


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    :jumphug: At least someone's trying to help you/taking you seriously I guess, talk of hospital's not good at all though Hope it all works out for you and crisis team are good, or atleast don't make anything worse :hugs:


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    Also hugs to Noodlzzz, Odd Socks what's a hamster ever going to do to him? :grumble: Also make the most of it Dukey! Would quote all of you but I'd spam up the whole thread Big hugs to anyone that needs it though, basically :grouphugs:


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    Thanks, me too :hugs:
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    (Original post by Team_McDreamy)
    had lunch in the dining room today proud of myself
    Well done Hun xxx

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    I got through my first 2 lectures since my 4 day anxiety episode. I don't wanna speak too soon but sertraline isn't giving me any big side effects and I'm not feeling noticeably anxious any more

    Just had a lecture on learning and the amygdala and my lecturer said that beta blockers do really bad things to your memory because of the affects of adrenaline and noradrenaline on learning. I'm screwed, lol.
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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    Have you seen them? Do you feel safe?
    Haha, their idea of urgent is about 9 hours after the GP rings. Don't feel particularly safe. Ideation and plans/intrusive thoughts are awful, but activeness is moderate, if you know what I mean. Have been worse, could do without admission.

    Very sorry to hear what's been going on with you. I hope that it's a short stay :hugs:
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    Did anyone see the Free Speech episode?
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    Not feeling good today.
    Body is shaking.

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    Just had a lecture on learning and the amygdala and my lecturer said that beta blockers do really bad things to your memory because of the affects of adrenaline and noradrenaline on learning. I'm screwed, lol.
    Never heard that before, did he cite that statement?

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    (Original post by james1211)
    Never heard that before, did he cite that statement?

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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3907/

    Extensive evidence indicates that stress hormones released from the adrenal glands are critically involved in memory consolidation of emotionally arousing experiences. Epinephrine, glucocorticoids, and specific agonists for their receptors administered after exposure to emotionally arousing experiences enhance the consolidation of long-term memories of these experiences.

    In studies of human memory, epinephrine or cortisol treatment also appear to selectively enhance memory for emotionally arousing material.12–15

    Blah blah .adrenal stress hormones influence memory consolidation of emotional experiences via interactions with arousal-induced activation of noradrenergic mechanisms within the amygdala.
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    (Original post by Cinnie)
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3907/

    Extensive evidence indicates that stress hormones released from the adrenal glands are critically involved in memory consolidation of emotionally arousing experiences. Epinephrine, glucocorticoids, and specific agonists for their receptors administered after exposure to emotionally arousing experiences enhance the consolidation of long-term memories of these experiences.

    In studies of human memory, epinephrine or cortisol treatment also appear to selectively enhance memory for emotionally arousing material.12–15

    Blah blah .adrenal stress hormones influence memory consolidation of emotional experiences via interactions with arousal-induced activation of noradrenergic mechanisms within the amygdala.
    I suppose unless your uni work is emotionally arousing it's probably not going to have any negative effect

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    (Original post by james1211)
    I suppose unless your uni work is emotionally arousing it's probably not going to have any negative effect

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    Hoping a nurse can get me a prescription at the drs,


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    (Original post by mmoona1617)
    Did anyone see the Free Speech episode?
    I did. What did you think of it?

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    (Original post by ScaryScience)
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    thanks. yeah they were very good, really. and anyone who can sit with me on the phone for 3 hours (had 3 phone calls, that was the longest) with me distressed on the other side needs a medal. I hate the crisis team. gonna play it all down, worried my GP has told them she wants me to have admission though.
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    :hugs: that's really good, im sure they didn't mind, they are there to help fair enough, I hope it goes okay, let us know! :hugs:
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    (Original post by Team_McDreamy)
    had lunch in the dining room today proud of myself
    :king1:

    Am proud of you too AND it let me rep it

    (Original post by ScaryScience)
    Haha, their idea of urgent is about 9 hours after the GP rings. Don't feel particularly safe. Ideation and plans/intrusive thoughts are awful, but activeness is moderate, if you know what I mean. Have been worse, could do without admission.

    Very sorry to hear what's been going on with you. I hope that it's a short stay :hugs:
    Really sorry you've had such an awful night. Makes your Facebook post to me even more special

    :lovehug: :console:

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    Not feeling good today.
    Body is shaking.

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    Sorry to hear that :hugs:
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    getting very anxious about admission. seems closer and more real than ever before. :cry:
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    (Original post by Jean-Luc Picard)
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    :hugs: that's really good, im sure they didn't mind, they are there to help fair enough, I hope it goes okay, let us know! :hugs:
    thanks, hun :hugs:
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    Am proud of you too AND it let me rep it



    Really sorry you've had such an awful night. Makes your Facebook post to me even more special

    :lovehug: :console:



    Sorry to hear that :hugs:
    :kissing2: hope you're having a good day lovely?
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    getting very anxious about admission. seems closer and more real than ever before. :cry:
    :jumphug:

    Am lurking on Facebook if you need an ear :console:
 
 
 
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