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Those who work with the dying know this type of restlessness or agitation almost immediately.
However, the public and patient's family may have no idea what is going on and often become quite alarmed at their loved one's condition. Although it varies somewhat in each patient, there are common themes that are seen over and over again.
Many families may be surprised when a terminally ill (and usually calm) family member becomes restless or even agitated.
The depth of such restlessness or agitation varies from patient to patient.
I haven't taken the drug Valium, but some time ago I took valerian for awhile. It does have a sleep effect though, but it gives you weird dreams and a weird taste in your mouth. Valium is not a synthetic replica of the chemical profile of valerian.
Valium is the synthetic form of valerian, which is an herbal product that is widely available in drugstores, health food stores and other supermarkets without a prescription. It just doesn't give me a good feeling, and I think I get nervous also because I know people get addicted to them, maybe that's why I won't take them - like it's psychological or something. I don't think it's the same thing as Valium, or the herbal equivalent. It is an analog of valerian because it works in a markedly similar fashion by increasing the amount of gamma aminobutyric acid in the brain.
Depression in the elderly is also frequently confused with the effects of multiple illnesses and the medicines used to treat them.
Late-life depression affects about 6 million Americans ages 65 and older. The likely reason is that the elderly often display symptoms of depression differently.
It was often used as a sleep aid before the age of synthetic sleeping pills. Perfect for Icanhazcheeseburger or Martha Stewart Living. Some sources claim it is not at all addictive, but I would treat that cautiously.
The new study is based on data from nearly 2,900 children in Australia followed by researchers since before they were born.
Parents reported that 321 children in the study had medical procedures that required general anesthesia before age 3.
Sun, MD, a pediatric anesthesiologist at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.
"If children need to have surgery, you need to weigh all the risks and all the benefits in terms of what you need to do," Sun says.Depression also has been associated with increased risk of death following a heart attack.