Another very common medication is rivastigmine which is also used to treat Alzheimer’s disease. These medications reduce the feelings of anxiety, the confusion, the dilusions and the hallucinations. These medications have been seen to be used also as a calming medication. 3. Explain the risks and benefits of anti-psychotic medication for individuals with dementia When an anti-psychotic is used for more than 12 weeks they can cause a number of side affects.
The third benefit about cancer and music therapy will be a nursing care role in the treatment. The last benefit is music therapy for chronic schizophrenia, it showed patients displayed decreasing negative symptoms, speech problems, and improves social anhedonia symptoms like oral skills, and increased interest in external events. In conclusion, this paper made me know more about music therapy for those diseases, and it will make patients comfortable in the treatment and less the negative aftereffect. Music Therapy Improve People's Health Music therapy is a method of treatment to use tone, rhythm of music for patients with physical illness or mental illness. Music Therapy is different with the person listening to his/her favorite songs with headphones by cellphone or in internet, or a student playing music at sanatorium.
Ritalin helps people focus and relax by regulating and calming the central nervous system allowing people with ADHD and ADD the ability to focus and have better impulse control. For people with narcolepsy it allows them to stay up longer so they don’t fall asleep as frequently and regulates their sleeping
Once a person lacking sleep has gone into mania they start believing that they do not need sleep and will stay awake for more than 20 hours, this makes the disorder worse [ (AstraZeneca, 2009) ]. Using psychoactive drugs for any type of mental disorder relies on the symptoms to be relieved by the prescription. In the case of bipolar disorder, these drugs are recommended as a primary method of treatment (AstraZeneca, 2009). Although not a permanent cure, the person will receive enough relief to help them operate throughout the day. In these cases, the medication provides temporary relief but the patient is asked to seek further help, such as a counselor, to find a more permanent fix (Bipolar Disorder, 2009).
Palliative care is defined as “a medical specialty that focuses on relief of the pain, symptoms and stress of a life-threatening illness and improving quality of life. It is appropriate at any time in an illness and can be provided at the same time as curative treatment” (www.cancer.org/hospice). During this time patients are surrounded by their love ones, and are still getting treated 24/7. They are still viewed as people not as death or burdens. The average patient is in hospice 59 days.
It is used to relieve pain in surgery and dentistry and has proved to be of benefit in obstetrics. It can shorten the delivery stage of labour and reduce the need for painkillers. It can ease the suffering of the disabled and those facing terminal illness, and it has been shown to help people to overcome addictions such as smoking and alcoholism, and to help with bulimia. Children are generally easy to hypnotise and can be helped with nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting) and chronic asthma, whilst teenagers can conquer stammering or blushing problems which can otherwise make their lives
Many hospitals try for OHE. Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, Nebraska and Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland, Washington both have the Planetree designation. Good Samaritan’s philosophy is to promote a OHE through the belief that everyone is a caregiver, care is best giving with kindness and compassion, physical environment need to promote healing, health and wellbeing, and that safe and high quality care is vital to patientcentered care. They use the arts to promote healing by using music throughout the hospital and providing movies for patients. They belief that caring for the caregiver is as important as caring for the patients.
Often famous people use their good reputation to promote many health campaigns and make people aware that our life is in our hands. This promotes healthy life style, encourage people to exercises and change their perspective on different things and their attitude. Social care practices also use this approach to promote anti-discriminatory practice by caring for vulnerable adults in their own homes and care settings. There are many home care settings that promote independence for their clients, they encourage them to stay positive and work hard to achieve what they want in life. Simply by supporting someone, we can help change their
What people do not know about this, is how sleep loss can affect their daily activities. The following research will show the audience the stages of sleep, the importance of getting proper amount of sleep ours, how sleep play an important role in learning and memory, how sleep is connected to our endocrine system affecting our mood, how getting or not getting proper sleep impact our cardiovascular health, the great benefits of having proper sleep but also the consequences that our body can suffer if we do not take the amount necessary of sleep and how this consequences may affect our lives. Many people consider sleep as a time of tranquility when they set aside the tensions of the day and spend the night in uneventful slumber, but they do not know what is really happening
Many people choose to play classical music as they study or do work because they believe it increases their productivity. Classical music often begins with a relatively slow chords progression slow rhythm around sixty beats per minute . The slow, rhythm relaxes the mind, usually by raising serotonin production in the brain. Serotonin being the chemical that allows a person to sleep. Of course the serotonin production is not rapid enough to induce sleep, but the music allows it to release the neurotoxin at a rate that will relax an individual enough to activate a sense of wonder similar to those a person experiences in dreams.