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Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy

PTSD and Mental Health issues are a major problem in our society. Having survived issues myself, I know that medication alone seldom releases us from the clutch of these debilitating conditions. At times it can be horrifically life altering and something as simple as answering a telephone can become a insurmountable task. Hypnotherapy is a wonderful tool to assist with the treatment of Mental Health and PTSD, however, as this is not yet widely available on the NHS, many people cannot access this resource. I am seeking to help redress this by offering funded sessions at my clinics across London and in Bicester. The funded courses will be undertaken at cost of hiring the treatment rooms only and I will not earn anything from these sessions. A common form of mental health issue that I see a lot in my clinic is Depression. What is depression?Everyone feels down on occasion, but when your feelings of sadness, anger or frustration prevent you from enjoying life as you once did, it’s possible you’re suffering from depression.Depression isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ disease.The types and causes can be different for each individual.Here are some of the common forms of depression: Major depression: A person must be depressed for at least two weeks, but often for as long as 20 weeks. Dysthymia: A long-lasting, less severe form of depression. Symptoms are like those of major depression but more mild. People with dysthymia have an greater risk of major depression. Atypical Depression: Unlike those with major depression, people with atypical depression can feel better for a period of time when something good happens. In addition, people with atypical depression have different symptoms than those with major depression. Despite its name, atypical depression may be the most common type of depression. Postpartum Depression: About 10 percent of mothers may have depression after giving birth Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PDD) : Women with PDD have symptoms one week before getting their period. Symptoms go away after their period. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) : A kind of depression that is seasonal and happens when there is less sunlight. It starts during fall-winter and disappears during spring-summer. Bipolar disorder: People with bipolar disorder have moods that swing from depression to mania. Also called manic-depressive disorder. Adjustment disorder: Happens when someone’s response to a major life event, such as the death of a loved one, causes symptoms of depression.Adjustment disorder can also happen when someone suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD usually follows life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assault in adult or childhood.  While many symptoms of depression overlap with the symptoms of PTSD, people with PTSD usually experience different kinds of symptoms such as: Reliving the trauma in some way such as becoming upset when confronted with a reminder of the event or consuming thoughts about the trauma when doing other activities. Isolation, or staying away from people and places that remind them of the trauma.Feelings of anxiety, irritability, and paranoia. PTSD is complicated by the fact that people who suffer from the disorder often develop additional disorders such as substance abuse, memory problems and other mental health problems.

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No Joker face !

No Joker face !

Hello everyone I'm Luca, I am student and if you arrive here by chance (or not), maybe you want to help me ! On November 20 November 2018, I went throw the removal of my wisdom teeth and the doctor accidently "slipped" and cuted my lower lip on 2-3 good centimeters (I couldn't stop drooling because of this "hole" ) After 2 times at the emergency room and 3 try to put stitches, the wound finally closed up, leaving me with a beautiful scar at the corner of my mouth!However the wound didn"t entirely close inside my mouth, it's now really unpleasant and not hygienic at all. Some other doctor offer me to operate me to open again my lip to let it close in a good way and to make deseapear my scar or, at least, make it less visible !But this operation is expensive, too expensive to myself, this is why I need your help !I don't have any other choice, then every share and every help will be welcome and you will have my best gratitude to help me afford this  ! Thanks !Luca    Salut tout le monde et Bienvenue ! Je me présente, je m'appelle Luca, étudiant, et si tu te retrouves içi par hasard (ou pas), tu veux peut être m'aider ! En Novembre dernier, j'ai subi une anhéstésie générale pour extraire mes dents de sagesse et le chirurgien a malencontreusement "glissé", m'entaillant net la lèvre sur le bas de la machoire de 2-3 bons centimètres. (la lèvre pendait en avant, on voyait la muqueuse de mes lèvres et ma bouche n'était pas hermetique, je bavais donc en continu) Après 2 passages aux urgences et 3 poses de points de suture, la plaie a fini par se refermer tant bien que mal, me laissant avec une magnifique cicatrice à la commissure des lèvres !  De plus: La plaie n'a pas totalement cicatrisé à l'intérieur de la bouche, ce qui est vraiment désagréable (ça pique) en plus de ne pas être hygiénique. On m'a proposé une opération chirurgicale pour rouvrir ma lèvre afin qu'elle cicatrise bien cette fois ci et pour faire en sorte qu'elle disparaisse ou du moins qu'elle soit moins visible ! Seulement, le coût de cette opération est trop grand pour que je puisse m'en charger seul, ma sécurité sociale ne m'aidant que très peu (sécurité sociale étudiante....)C'est pourquoi j'ai malheureusement besoin d'aide. Me trouvant dans l'impasse,  tout partage et toute aide sera la bienvenue et je vous serais reconnaissant à tous pour la moindre participation au coût de cette opération ! Merci à vous !Luca         With just 1-click you can help an individual in need cover medical expenses and get back on their feet* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!

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Fix our father

Fix our father

Our Dad, only 63. received the devastating news last October 2015 that he had an extremely rare and aggressive type of bladder cancer, small cell mixed transitional cell carcinoma. Less than 1% of all bladder cancers are this rare type.The main cause of bladder cancer is smoking, Dad has never smoked and prior to diagnosis led a fit and healthy lifestyle.After undergoing three cycles of the standard chemotherapy we were told that this cancer has a slim chance of being treated with the drugs available on the NHS.In a desperate bid to save our Dad's life, we have found a specialist onchology doctor in London who has given us hope.Dad's biopsy of the tumor has been sent to America where the molecular status of the cancer cell can be examined with the aim to find a target drug the cancer cells respond to.In the meantime Dad is battling gruelling rounds of chemotherapy to control the spread of the cancer while we await news on which drugs will be the right tonic.These privately funded drugs are extremely expensive. We have put our total life savings into the treatment so far and have already spent up to £50,000.00 on the chemotherapy drugs, biopsy, blood tess, research, train fares, CT Scans, specialist fees.We are reaching out from the bottom of our hearts for help with these vital funds. Any donations will mean so much to us and our small family and if you are struggling to donate then please just raise awareness.Dad has a positive attitude and knows he can fight this with the right treatment. He is so kind and generous and nothing is too much trouble for him. He puts everyone else before himself and he's finding it difficult now he's the one in the spotlight. Dad is a massive animal lover and has always donated to animal charities. We would like to return the kindness and love he has given to us over our lives.We do not want to lose our Dad and and know this can be treated. He is being supported all the way by our dear mum and loving wife Ret. Please help our small family to achieve this. This research may also hellp bladder cancer patients in the future who are unfortunate to have this rare type.We will keep all supporters updated n treatment and how things are going.Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,Daughters Kelly, Karla and loving wife Ret

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From heart for Michael

From heart for Michael

Hello everyone! Please spare a moment of your time to read this!My name is Olga. I have a husband, his name is Michael. And we have two charming daughters, 3 and 5 years old. Starting from 2016 an unpleasant event has occurred within our family. My husband was diagnosed with a tumor in the head. Our best option at the time was to remove tumor by surgery. However, during the operation it turned out that it was impossible to completely remove it, since it was stated to be in brain region that is inaccessible due to how life threateyour tning it is. The fragment that was accessible was deleted, and according to histology tests, my husband was diagnosed with atypical meningioma.In order to prevent relapse, we were prescribed with 30 sessions of radiation therapy. We lived one and half year of relative peace, until disease has returned and started to grow out of remaining tumor. Surgeons insisted on reoperating my husband, but, unfortunately, doctors in our country do not have the ability and necessary equipment to attempt complete deliverance of the tumor. We consulted with many doctors in our country (Moldova), in Romania, and also in Germany. And we received consent to conduct operations abroad. But even the preliminary amount that was announced isn't anything near what we can afford. We realized that we could not cope. Therefore, we appeal to everyone in the call for help and we will be very grateful in advance to everyone who responds.With just 1-click you can help an individual in need cover medical expenses:* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!

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Tratamiento de Cancer para Marce

Tratamiento de Cancer para Marce

La Historia Marce fue diagnosticada con Leucemia Linfocítica Crónica (LLC) en agosto de 2018. Desde entonces ha estado internada muchas veces y recibido más de 30 transfusiones de sangre. Actualmente se encuentra atravesando el tratamiento de quimioterapia para combatir la leucemia, en la ciudad donde vive, Trelew, Patagonia Argentina. La quimioterapia ha debilitado mucho su cuerpo y ha hecho que Marce pase la mayoría de su tiempo en reposo en cama, dejando cualquier tipo de actividad y trabajo que solía hacer.  Necesitamos tu Ayuda Cualquiera que este atravesando o haya atravesado por una situación similar sabe que el tratamiento de cáncer requiere innumerables costos médicos. La medicina y atención medica en Argentina es limitada, es por esto que nos hemos contactado con los especialistas de Oasis of Hope Hospital en San Diego, Estados Unidos, quienes le han ofrecido a Marce la posibilidad de ir a realizar un tratamiento de recuperación. Este consta de sesiones de terapia donde se repondrá su sistema inmunológico, vitaminas, nutrición, para que Marce pueda volver a tener la vida que llevaba antes de la enfermedad luego de finalizada la etapa de quimioterapia en agosto de 2019. Gracias por tu Ayuda Uno no se da cuenta cuánto puede cambiar la vida de una familia cuando llega un diagnóstico como éste hasta que sucede. Dios no nos ha dejado solos, es un proceso que requiere de mucha fe, paciencia, valentía… Y Marce es una mujer muy valiente, que aun en los momentos más oscuros no ha dejado de luchar y creer en su recuperación.  A cada amigo, familiar, hermano, desconocido, que es movido a realizar una donación, gracias. Tu muestra de amor nos bendice más de lo que imaginas, y creemos sin dudas que Dios va a recompensar tu corazón. También agradecemos tus oraciones, tu soporte, tus palabras de fe, nos dan fuerza para seguir. Cuando la situación es más de lo que podemos controlar, descansamos en que Dios tiene el control de la vida de Marce y creemos que veremos su sanidad. —————— The Story Marce was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) in August 2018. Since then Marce has been inpatient in the hospital multiple times and received more than 30 blood transfusions.  At the moment she is facing chemotherapy treatment in Trelew, Patagonia Argentina. Chemotherapy has weakened her body having to stay in bed since then, resigning any work or activity she used to do before. We need your Help Anyone that is or has been through a situation like this, knows cancer treatment requires countless medical costs. Medical treatment in Argentina are limited, that is why we decided to get in contact with Oasis of Hope Hospital specialists, in San Diego, USA, who offered Marce the possibility to go through a recovery treatment after chemotherapy is done in August 2019.This recovery treatment will recuperate the immunologic system, vitamins and nutrition her body has lost during the treatment. Thank you for your Help It is hard to realize how much life can change when a diagnostic like Marce’s arrives to a family. God has always been by our side in this process that requires a lot of faith, patience and bravery... And Marce is such a brave woman, even in the darkest days she hasn’t stopped believing and fighting for her healing.  To every friend, family, any person who was moved to make a donation, thank you. This act of love from you means more than you can imagine to us, we have no doubts God will reward your giving heart. We also thank you for your prayers, your words of encouragement and faith, it gives us strength. We know when the situation is out of our human control God is on our side, holding Marce’s life in His hands, we boldly believe we will see her healing.

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