In the 7th of his series on Anxiety Disorders, Dr. Paul continues to discuss the current panicdemic about COVID-19. He tries to give perspective about the situation and a balanced view of the positive and not just the obvious negative aspects. He tries to provide hope when it is desperately needed.
In part 6 of his series on Anxiety Disorders, Dr. Paul discusses the current crisis and its effect on mental health. He provides up to date information, and highlights the positives and not just negatives. He tries to provide hope when it is so desperately needed.
In this second of a series on anxiety disorders, Dr. Paul discusses panic attacks along with generalized anxiety disorder. He defines these terms and explains that these are among the most common diagnoses that he and other psychiatrists diagnose and treat, and he explains how treating it preventively is better than just treating the symptoms.
In the first of a four part series in Anxiety Disorders, Dr. Paul discusses the most common issue that he treats. he explains the difference between good and bad stress, and that we all have stress and anxiety at times, but only some have an anxiety disorder.
Dr. Paul discusses the third of a four part series about the term off label, and the many benefits that can be gained when the doctor understands to use these to benefit not only emotional but also physical problems that patients have. He believes that if doctors are not prescribing psycho tropic medications off label then they are not practicing cutting edge medicine. he also explains why it is difficult to understand this by reading about it since this type of information is not easily found in standard ways.
Dr. Paul continues his discussion on off label prescribing of psychotropic medications. The subject is that the cutting edge of the treatment of the mood disorders, which allows using these medication in exciting and creative ways to help not only the diagnosis they were intended for but also many other potential benefits to help the mind as well as the body at the same time.
Dr. Paul begins a four part series on off label he explains that this is a very important subject that he has built his practice on. The term means using psychotropic medications for the indication that is not originally indicated for. He believes that if these medications are not prescribed off label then this will prevent the person from getting fully better for me mood disorder.
In this Doctor and Patient Guide of Healing the Mind and Body you will learn: Why the cooperative healing process begins in the exam room and what you can do during the interview to maximize its benefits.