当治疗出现问题时,要避免的错误

上次更新时间:2018年10月17日
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你不’t have to “tough it out” or handle it 您rself when 出事了 in 您r 治疗—tell 您r doctor.

 

I’ve been 治疗中 for almost two decades now and what I can honestly say is that sometimes 出事了。有时候错了 药物 is selected, sometimes 您 get a really weird 副作用,有时您不能忍受药物-事情刚发生,事情就出问题了。当然,任何疾病都会发生这种情况,但是由于精神疾病是一种慢性疾病,您很可能会在余生中都受到治疗,因此您必须期望有时会发生意外情况。

The mistake a lot of people make when something goes wrong 治疗中, is that they try to handle it themselves. If, for example, they get 失眠 as a 副作用, they try to handle it themselves. Maybe they try to handle it with over-the-counter 药物, maybe they just try to 坚决.

不过,无论他们做什么,都不会先与医生交谈,这是一个巨大的错误。

Whatever goes wrong for 您, whether it’s a 副作用 or some weird, unexpected thing, 您 need to tell 您r doctor about it and 您 need to do that first.

“Toughing it out” sometimes might seem like the right idea to show that 您’re strong, to show that 您’re not a problematic patient, all the kind of stuff, but that isn’t the right idea.

The right idea is to go to 您r doctor, report whatever has been happening for 您, and let him suggest a 治疗 alteration that’s going to address whatever is happening for 您. If something does go wrong 治疗中, contact 您r doctor, don’t try to handle it 您rself.

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娜塔莎·特雷西(Natasha Tracy)是屡获殊荣的作家,演讲者和顾问。她写了那本备受赞誉的书, 失落的大理石:抑郁和躁郁症透视我的生活 并继续写自己的作品 双极Burble 和其他地方。她还是2014年Didi Hirsch荣获Beatrice Stern媒体奖的得奖者。她致力于将有关躁郁症和其他精神疾病的高质量,有见地和可信赖的信息带给公众。娜塔莎(Natasha)被认为是躁郁症的主题专家,她对它的想法已被媒体和学者所追捧。 继续与Natasha交流 推特 继续 脸书.
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  1. I learned years ago that this is journey is not one 您 take on 您r own. If something is off GET HELP!

  2. Dealing presently with a 治疗 gone wrong episode (crap, the antidepressant pushes me into a mixed episode), I can say this vid is right on the money. Especially about calling 您r doctor first. (Which I did.)

  3. 大家好,

    Actually, 您 made my exact point. The doctor said 您 can do that following a good “treatment plan.” That’正是我所说的。存在“in 治疗” doesn’t mean 您 are in an acute episode, it means 您 are being treated —也许非常成功— for an illness.

    我已经写过有关躁郁症15年的文章,’我以给人希望而闻名。一世’m sorry 您 don’t find it that way.

    – 娜塔莎·特蕾西
    //natashatracy.com

  4. 嗨,

    I’我不确定您为什么觉得这样的代词不合适,但对我来说,我认为视频是一段对话,说“you” doesn’不会让我失望。而且,我不仅有自己的生活经历,而且在过去的15年中都从双相情感障碍患者那里得到了经验。当我讲话时,我希望涵盖所有这些内容。

    – 娜塔莎·特蕾西
    //natashatracy.com

  5. 娜塔莎是真实的…双极是非常真实的。那里’它有很多的好坏。我喜欢她说负面的一面…它可以帮助我了解我’我并不孤单,娜塔莎总是给最终希望。一世’因为她而活着。

    1. 嗨,凯利,

      Thank 您 for 您r comment. That is my view as well. There are many negative aspects to bipolar but I do always end with hope as I believe hope is real for all of us.

      Thank 您 for 您r support.

      – 娜塔莎·特蕾西
      //natashatracy.com

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