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Toxicity of Lithium Carbonate
 
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Marianna Boscariol's presentation for toxicology BIOC 3991
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Bipolar Medication:  Lithium
 
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I hope you enjoyed the video! Here is a link to test your knowledge: http://empowern.com/2015/08/bipolar-medication-lithium/ Lithium belongs to the drug class: antimanic agents and it is sold under the US brand names: Lithobid, Eskalith, Eskalith-CR. More than 5.7 million American adults or 2.6 percent of the population age 18 or older in any given year have bipolar disorder. Lithium is helping some of this American. It has become one of the first and widely used psychiatric drugs for the treatment of bipolar disorder in the United States, since its approval in the 1970s. It also has become one of the most studied psychiatric medications. Indication: Lithium is an effective drug for bipolar disorder as its properties help to prevent, as well as stabilize, manic-depressive mood swings that occur in this psychiatric condition. By controlling mood disorder, it also reduces the risk of suicide. This is an advantage of lithium that is lacking in some other drugs. But it is more effective in preventing depression than it is in preventing mania. However, it needs time to develop and reach its ideal therapeutic level in the body before it induces any effects. Usually it takes about 1-3 weeks, however, in the case of sudden or acute bipolar episodes, if lithium hasn’t reached its optimum level in the client’s body, it can be prescribed along with other medications for effectiveness. Lithium can also be prescribed for other psychiatric disorders besides bipolar disorder. It can be useful when other drugs fail in conditions such as schizophrenia, major depression, and certain psychiatric problems in children. Mechanism of Action: Although lithium had been used for more than 50 years in the treatment of bipolar disorder, its mechanism of action was unknown; until 1998. Scientists didn’t know the cause of mood swings in bipolar disorder either. A study made in 1998, by a group of researchers from Wisconsin University shed light on how lithium works and why it is effective. It was concluded that lithium acts on certain nerve cells in the brain and the receptors of the neurotransmitter glutamate. Lithium has a dual effect on these receptors, and using this, it helps to regulate the level of glutamate between cells, preventing it from reaching too high or too low concentrations. According to the director of this research, Dr. Lowell Hokin, who is also a school professor of pharmacology at Wisconsin University; too little glutamate between neurons cause depression, while excessive amounts of glutamate cause mania. But it is also believed that there are more causes and factors involved in these disorders besides the level of glutamate, but nevertheless, the study has been very helpful as it has uncovered the fundamental causes of bipolar disorder.
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LITHIUM side effects ....usmle
 
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LITHIUM...one of the best mnemonics of all time
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Lithium Toxicity in the Mental Health Nursing Psych Setting
 
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Lithium toxicity in the mental health nursing psych setting
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Lithium Toxicity at 600mg -- Muscle Spasms and Ataxia
 
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I was officially diagnosed with Bipolar 2 in 2013.In this video I had been increased from a dosage of 450mg of lithium (eskalith) ER to two doses of 300mg in the morning and at night (600mg per day). UPDATE 11/12/14 At the time of this video I weighed 93lbs at 5'2. I gained 9 pounds on Lithium. After being taken off Lithium I have dropped back down to 84lbs, my original weight. I have been told by my psychiatrist that this level of muscle spasm and ataxia will take least 6 months to subside before I may see any improvement. My personal opinion (not confirmed by my psychiatrist) is that I stayed far too long on this medication without responding to the warning signs such as diarrhea with
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Lithium Toxicity Full
 
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NUR 201 Course Project
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Overdose on lithium
 
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Please be careful. I'm no alarmist about drugs, but lithium can easily become poisonous to the body. It's not hard for your body to have a real negative reaction. Especially if you dose up too fast. It can dehydrate you to the point of delirum, too, so drink a lot of water at least. And I know they say it about all mood drugs, so i don't wanna sound annoying, but you TRULY don't wanna drink alcohol with this one. I've seen two people go to the ER who had been on lots of other meds, but they drank on lithium & it was different. One person got severely disoriented and dehydrated enough to end up in hospital two days. The other ended up with some kidney disease or short term failure because he took one extra pill (250mg each totalling 500mg, I think?) and drank that night, and going to gym in morn. The stuff is released faster when you drink and exercise, and the combo can catch up faster than you'd expect. The time release helps keep that from happening, but it also keeps it actively releasing evenly throughout your body day and night. Sorry to be the annoying "be safe" person, but I can't help it. I care. :) I do hope it helps you out. It didn't help me, but I've heard it can be very effective if you're careful. Be well!
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Optimizing Lithium Treatment
 
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Mayo Clinic Psychiatrist Mark Frye, M.D., discusses how to best optimize lithium treatment. Lithium is a mainstay in bipolar disorder treatment and is commonly used to augment antidepressants for major depressive disorder. Research has found lithium to be quite helpful in stabilizing mood. Minor fluctuations in thyroid function due to lithium use and generally within the range of normal and not cause of concern.
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Lithium Toxicity
 
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lithium induced nephrogenic diabetes insipidus and chronic toxicity, the so called "SILENT Syndrome"
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Lithium Toxicity
 
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NUR 401 final project
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E1: Tips and tricks on taking Lithium Carbonate
 
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Tips and tricks on taking Lithium Carbonate is the 1st of a series of films I'm making all around the topic of Bipolar disorder. In this film I talk about how to organise and plan for a Lithium blood test. Take your meds 12 hours before your appointment. If you don't then your readings will not be accurate. Going away for the weekend and on holidays- tips for making life easier when you are moving around. Keeping stocked up so you never run out of Lithium. I became manic after only 4 days of being out of the theraputic range. Coming off Lithium should be done in a controlled fashion with the help of medical specialists.
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EMS Patient Care | TCA Overdose
 
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http://turbomedic.com TCA drugs are usually harmless and work as they should for many patients. But what about when a patient overdoses on this drug? Whether accidentally or intentionally, the outcome is the same. This episode I discuss some common signs and symptoms to look out for and stress the importance of treating an overdose of this type seriously.
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new lithium toxicity polyuria 2017
 
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What is taking Lithium like? And what about Lithium Toxicity?
 
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I talk about when I started taking Lithium, what it was like, and how it has helped me. Also what it is like if you go toxic on it - not nice! How to manage your Lithium levels. Plus my reasons for coming off Lithium recently. 2016 Update: Find me on: https://mentalnotes400.wordpress.com! Come and say hi!
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NCLEX® Pharmacology Review - Therapeutic Drug Levels (lithium, digoxin, theophylline, phenytoin)
 
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Lithium NCLEX Question: S&S of Toxicity
 
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This video is about Lithium Q 4 QUESTION #4 A client with bipolar disorder is taking lithium and is experiencing diarrhea and vomiting. Which of the following nursing interventions should the nurse do first? A. Recognize this as a drug interaction B. Give the client Cogentin C. Reassure the client that these are common side effects of lithium therapy D. Hold the next dose and obtain an order for a stat serum lithium level  These symptoms are probably not due to drug interaction.  Cogentin is used to manage the extrapyramidal symptom side effects of antipsychotics.  The most common side effects of Lithium are fine hand tremors, nausea, polyuria and polydipsia.  Diarrhea and vomiting are manifestations of Lithium toxicity. Notify the doctor. The next dose of lithium should be withheld and a blood test should be done to check the Lithium level. The correct answer is D
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Stephen’s Story – Lithium Poisoning
 
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A medical negligence case leading to disability, Pearson's recover compensation for future care.
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LITHIUM CHANGED MY LIFE: Bipolar Disorder
 
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Here's a video about my experiences taking lithium for type 1 bipolar disorder. I talk about side effects, benefits and how it has helped with depression, psychosis and mania. DISCLAIMER: This video is for educational purposes only and to share my own experiences taking prescribed medications. I am not a medical professional. I do not endorse the use of unprescribed psychotropic medications. Always consult a doctor. 🔴 Subscribe for weekly videos on mental health: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA3xztZsf7j939IH1IGz7GQ?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bipolarpug/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bipolarpug Music: Title: Acoustic Folk Instrumental Artist: Hyde Free Instrumentals Genre: Country & Folk Mood: Calm Download: https://goo.gl/JV2Nk4 Nicolai Heidlas - https://www.youtube.com/user/Vercittyfilms
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Lithium Toxicity & 75 Subscribers!
 
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A little educational on lithium toxicity.
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Lithium Toxicity and Living with Bipolar and Panic
 
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**DISCLAIMER** I am not a medical professional. This is just what is happening to me. Your experience may be very different from my bipolar and panic disorder and lithium toxicity. WEBSITE: www.beautywithkelsey.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/KelseyGee1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/beautywithkelsey INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/kelseygee1 Get $10.00 off your Paula's Choice order through my link below! https://goo.gl/wjuv25
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Bipolar Meds: The Side Effects + What I'm On :) | Lithium. Lamictal. Prozac. Duloxetine, etc.
 
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These are all the psychiatric drugs I've taken for Depression and Bipolar Disorder. The side effects going onto each drug and increasing the dosage are really awful and made me sick all the time. But I LOVE the result and it's worth fighting through all the acne, exhaustion, flu-like symptoms, dehydration, etc. I have Bipolar 2 and experience mostly depressive episodes with lighter hypomanic times. Here is the playlist I promised of all the videos I've made about Bipolar Disorder: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6zP_UCWqLrHX2Yz38MCsPww4c3JKvVrN MY LAST VIDEO (The Yoga Challenge): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IXO7... You can connect with me too :)) ❤️ MY WEBSITE where I post all my writing: http://www.lizziesanswers.com 🎨 INSTAGRAM: lizziereezay http://www.instagram.com/lizziereezay 👻 SNAPCHAT: LizziesAnswers 🐦 Twitter: @lizziereezay http://www.twitter.com/lizziereezay FACEBOOK PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/lizziereezay ⚓️🚙
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Paul Caintic: The Pro's and Con's of Lithium on Bipolar Disorder
 
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Benzodiazepine Overdose
 
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Benzodiazepine Overdose Instructional Tutorial Video CanadaQBank.com QBanks for AMC Exams, MCCEE, MCCQE & USMLE URL: http://youtu.be/roZOHC_gbgM
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Lithium in Bipolar Disorder - One Minute Medical School
 
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Present from the very beginning of the universe, lithium is one of our most important psychiatric medications.
Lithium protects your brain
 
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Charles Hamilton - Lithium Overdose
 
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death due to lithium
 
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Death due to toxicity over lithium.
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Everything Matters | Lithium | Dr. Julie Anderson | Exploratorium
 
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Posted on February 20th, 2015 In a recent study by the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Dr. Julie Anderson found that low doses of lithium prevented Parkinson's symptoms in aged mice with a human mutation for the disease. Join Dr. Andersen to learn more about her research, and lithium’s potential for treating neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Join us next time! http://www.exploratorium.edu/visit/calendar/everything-matters-tales-periodic-table
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Lithium: A Cornerstone in the Long term Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
 
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Lithium: Still a Cornerstone in the Long-term Treatment of Bipolar Disorder When Used Properly presented by Dr. Willem Nolen in March of 2013
LITHIUM DEATH SQUAD - ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE
 
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Is lithium really the best drug for long term treatment in bipolar disorder?
 
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friday 10th April, 2pm BST Guest speakers: Toshi Furukawa (Kyoto, Japan) Matthew Taylor (London, UK) Emanuel Severus (Dresden, Germany) Andy Nierenberg (Boston, USA) Michael Ostacher (Stanford, US) Andrea Cipriani (Oxford, UK)
Lithium NCLEX Question: Lithium levels
 
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This video is about Lithium Question Number 1 QUESTION #1 A client receiving lithium therapy for the treatment of his bipolar disorder has a lithium level of 0.85 mEq/L. The appropriate nursing action is: A. Notify the physician immediately B. Observe the client for signs of toxicity C. Record the laboratory result in the client’s chart D. Hold the next dose of lithium  It is the nurse’s responsibility to review pertinent lab values before administering Lithium, especially, if the lithium dose is fairly new for the patient.  The nurse should know where to look up the lithium normal and critical lab values levels. This information might be found in a drug reference book, or on an online drug reference site. The nurse should become very adept at looking up drug information for all of the medications administered.  The normal levels are usually found on the patient’s lab report and often the critical levels are also noted here. The Answer to this question is C, because the patient’s laboratory result of lithium is within the therapeutic range of 0.6 – 1.5 mEq/L.
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Evaluating lithium levels in the setting of lithium toxicity
 
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode303. Get my 6 tips for pharmacists responding to codes in my free download area at pharmacyjoe.com/free. It's download #16.
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Goodbye Lithium
 
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Almost done with lithium! Here's an update!
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Lithium (Drug) - Mechanism, Clinical Use & Toxicity
 
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Low Dose Lithium for the Treatment of Mood, Behavioral, and Cognitive Disorders by Dr  Greenblatt
 
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Dr. Greenblatt Lithium has been widely prescribed and researched as a mood stabilizing drug, yet it continues to be one of the most slandered and misunderstood therapies in medicine. Cast under the darkness and mystery of psychopharmacology, what many have ignored is that lithium is not solely a synthetic chemical or pharmaceutical concoction; it is a mineral that is essential to human health. Present in trace amounts in the foods we eat and the water we drink, lithium is a critical nutrient for many aspects of human physiology. This presentation will explore the exciting and promising new research implication of how low-dose nutritional lithium may improve human health, prevent cognitive decline, dementia, and suicide, and aid in the treatment of ADHD.
Lithium NCLEX Question: Lithium and Salt
 
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This video is about Lithium Question 2 QUESTION #2 A nurse was giving health teaching to a client newly prescribed with lithium medication. Which of the following client statements indicates understanding about the medication? A. “When my mood fluctuates, I can increase the dosage of the medication” B. “I can still eat my favorite salty food” C. “I can crush an extended-release tablet, if ever it will be difficult for me to take it whole by mouth” D. “Drinking too much cranberry juice will help maintain a desirable lithium level”  Clients under lithium therapy don’t need to limit their sodium intake, instead it is recommended to keep salt intake the same as before prescription of the lithium medication.  Increasing the dose of lithium without evaluating the client’s lab works can cause lithium toxicity, overdose, and renal failure.  Extended-release tablet should be taken whole, it is uniquely made to release the medication slowly in the body, breaking the pill would cause the drug to be release at one time.  Watermelon, cantaloupe, grapefruit juice, and cranberry juice will not therapeutically help in maintaining desirable lithium level because of its diuretic effect. The correct answer: is B
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Pentagon Nursing Review Michael Jimenez Psychiatry Bipolar Manic  Lithium Side Effects
 
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http://www,pentagonreviewcenter.com http://www.michaeljimenez.com This video was recorded when Pentagon Review Specialists Inc. lecturer Michael Jimenez was invited by Manila Tytana Colleges to conduct nursing review to their students. This video aims to help students to memorize the information about Lithium. Michael Jimenez believes, "Memorize, before you analyze. How can you analyze something that you cannot even recall? Hence, Mastery first." In a span of a few minutes, information is retained in the brain---ready for application in questions. A preview on autism is also shown.
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Lithium Orotate
 
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In this video you'll discover the nootropic benefits of Lithium Orotate. Including why we use Lithium Orotate as a nootropic, recommended dosage, side effects and clinical research. Lithium is a soft, silvery-white alkali metal that is so reactive, it sparks when it touches water. Cosmologists believe that lithium was one of the 3 elements synthesized in the Big Bang. So it's been around for a long time. In our modern society, this trace element retains a grim and undeserved reputation. Because it has been associated with treating serious mental issues like bipolar disorder and mania. But this psychotic medication that isn't even a true 'drug' is actually an essential trace mineral required to maintain optimal cognitive function. As a nootropic, micro-dosing with Lithium Orotate comes with a host of benefits. Lithium calms mania and mood swings by decreasing the sensitivity of norepinephrine receptors. It upregulates brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), nerve growth factor (NGF), neurotrophin-3 (NT3) and their receptors. And lithium stimulates the proliferation of stem cells in the brain. All boosting neurogenesis and assisting in repair from all types of brain injury. Lithium also increases brain gray matter, increases DNA replication for neurogenesis, prevents apoptosis, increases N-acetyl-aspartate (NAA), inhibits beta-amyloid secretion and protects against damage once it’s formed, chelates aluminum, and protects against glutamate toxicity. Lithium Orotate recommended dose is 5 mg two or three times per day. This indepth Lithium Orotate review covers: 00:25 Lithium Orotate as a nootropic 03:58 How does Lithium Orotate work in the brain? 07:20 Lithium Orotate benefits 09:44 How does Lithium Orotate feel? 12:16 Lithium Orotate clinical studies 13:16 Lithium Orotate recommended dosage 15:36 Lithium Orotate side effects 13:29 Type of Lithium Orotate to buy For more on Lithium Orotate including a full transcript of this video and links to clinical studies, go to: http://nootropicsexpert.com/lithium-orotate/ For a full list of all the popular nootropics used today, go to: http://nootropicsexpert.com/nootropics-list/ I upload new videos every week providing individual nootropic reviews, and tips on the best nootropic stacks no matter what your brain optimization goals. For a list of all the videos I have so far, go to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/nootropicsexpert
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Lithium Induced Hypothyroidism
 
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Lithium Induced Hypothyroidism Instructional Tutorial Video CanadaQBank.com QBanks for the MCCEE, MCCQE & USMLE
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Lithium and Bipolar Disorder (5 of 8)
 
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Professor James Potash discusses two hypotheses on how lithium, which has been successfully used to treat bipolar disorder for many years, may affect the brain.
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Lithium, Love and Losing My Mind: Jamie Lowe on Her Life with Bipolar Disorder & Drugs to Manage It
 
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https://democracynow.org - We speak with journalist and author Jaime Lowe about her remarkable memoir, “Mental: Lithium, Love, and Losing My Mind.” She shares and investigates her experience with mental illness and the drugs used to combat it. She was on lithium for two decades but was forced to go off it when she experienced serious kidney problems as a result of the medication. Lowe notes mental illness is still associated with social stigma despite affecting tens of millions of Americans. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: https://democracynow.org Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: https://democracynow.org/donate FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: https://democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/democracy-now!-audio/id73802554 TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Democracy-Now-p90/ Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/democracy-now
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Digoxin Toxicity
 
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Episode 153 - Low-Dose Lithium with Dr. De-Maw Chuang
 
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Lithium is the third element on the Periodic Table, and has long been a standard treatment for mania and Bipolar Disorder. However, this might be only the tip of an iceberg of usefulness to human brains and bodies. Dr. De-Maw Chuang from the National Institute of Mental Health joins Jesse on this episode. About Smart Drug Smarts Smart Drug Smarts is the leading podcast for people curious about brain health and optimization. Breakthroughs in neuroscience are leading to real-world applications -- including ways to make ourselves smarter. Smart Drug Smarts provides a wealth of information in a field where the possibilities are growing daily. Get more Smart Drug Smarts! Visit us at http://smartdrugsmarts.com Get your weekly serving of Brain Breakfast - http://smartdrugsmarts.com/newsletter/ Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes: http://bitly.com/RddrvC ...Stitcher: http://bit.ly/135PY6P ...RSS: http://bit.ly/1qtr1w2
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Treating Bipolar Disorder
 
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This video is for educational purposes only. Here I describe current options for treating bipolar disorder, including lithium, mood stabilizers, some antipsychotic medications as well as potential treatments with omega 3 oils.
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HeadMeds Podcast: Taking Lithium
 
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Treating mania with Lithium.
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