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Mayflowers
Thursday, July 19, 2012, 4:15pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I actually sleep in my relationship direktion( west) - find it so impractical to sleep in south/west=


Ah, that's why you're still looking for a job..I find it uncomfortable the way my bed is positioned in my bedroom too. It's in the corner facing diagonally out ...But like my teacher said, it's the best direction to have your bed facing.  I'm keeping my bed in my success direction.  

Good luck with the job. Well sleeping in a good direction is way better than sleeping in bad direction..
If you want to charge up your relationship status more, activate that area (West) on your wall with metal, and put pictures of lovers there...people happily married.  
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Ah, that's why you're still looking for a job..I find it uncomfortable the way my bed is positioned in my bedroom too. It's in the corner facing diagonally out ...But like my teacher said, it's the best direction to have your bed facing.  I'm keeping my bed in my success direction.  

Good luck with the job. Well sleeping in a good direction is way better than sleeping in bad direction..
If you want to charge up your relationship status more, activate that area (West) on your wall with metal, and put pictures of lovers there...people happily married.  


I will.
I kind of want a new boyfriend and a new job, and a better economy


But Ive got a lovely child and healthy and happy - so something I am doing right  

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You've heard San J say how "lazy" B's can be

Funny: I haven't.



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If you read the ingredients on the over the counter sleep aides you will see that it is Diphenhydramine or benadryl. We use it in the hospital for elderly people who need to drift off to sleep, works great. We do not use it on  a regular basis just once in awhile.


Ever think that maybe it is making you depressed by taking it in the morning?

It causes depression because it inhibits the reuptake of the neurotransmitter called serotonin. Without serotonin, one becomes depressed.

Something to think about.


Actually, the inhibition of serotonin reuptake is the operative mechanism of anti-depressants. You've got it backwards.



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Benadryl is an Antihistamine, when taken in large doses it depresses the central nervous system, thus causing depression. When mixed with alcohol this will increase the depression of the central nervous system, causing depression as well as irregular heartbeat, bradycardia, multifocal PVCs (heart rhythm abnormality) as well as decreased respirations.

It is often used as a sedative or a hypnotic.

It causes depression because it inhibits the reuptake of the neurotransmitter called serotonin. Without serotonin, one becomes depressed. When this discovery was made it led to a search for antidepressants such as Paxil or other SSRIs like Effexor.

Continual use and/or abuse may lead to permanent inhibition of the reuptake of serotonin and cause the need for lifelong antidepressants.


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No benadryl to me since late july

I sleep well even though life in general is stressfull.
But the biggest impact on  y sleep is
1) enough exercise and fresh air
2) no computer/tv and blue light 1 hrs before bedtime.
= I sleep MUCH better and relaxed.


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Re: antihistamines:

That's because histamine is also a excitatory neurotransmitter.
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Re: Antidepressants]


Wow, didn't know that. thanks. Good thing I don't take them.
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I sleep well even though life in general is stressfull.


Don't have a mirror in your bedroom, especially one facing the bed. It reflects energy to the bed and disrupts sleep. I sleep a lot better since I took my dresser mirror out of my room. Feng Shui
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Don't have a mirror in your bedroom, especially one facing the bed. It reflects energy to the bed and disrupts sleep. I sleep a lot better since I took my dresser mirror out of my room. Feng Shui


No mirrow I do listen to you  
If I could just get my cat to behave herself at night   - she ´s got a bit cabin fever crazy after weeks with snow and cold weather


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Put a blanket over it while you sleep


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it doesn't disturb me at all and sorry too much of new belief-systems disturb my nerve-system .....


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Prominent mirrors in living spaces have a peculiar effect on me, feeling as though I'm monitoring the space remotely. I find it quite unsettling.
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it doesn't disturb me at all and sorry too much of new belief-systems disturb my nerve-system .....


You must be very spiritually advanced then Isa.    My Qi Gong master says that an Advanced Qi Gong practictioner can trump any bad feng shui energy.  So it's like Feng Shui for beginners and as one becomes a spiritual master practicing Qi Gong,  the wrong energy cannot affect one anymore.
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Put a blanket over it while you sleep


Both of my sons thought I was crazy.. then they both tried putting a blanket over their mirrors for a few days and they both slept so much better that they took the mirrors out of their bedrooms themselves!   They haven't put them back.
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Maybe it's worth trying.
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I always was very toughy mentally, Mayflowerli ...oops.... sorry I wouldn't be thaaat arogant   


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I always was very toughy mentally, Mayflowerli ...oops.... sorry I wouldn't be thaaat arogant   


I hear ya Isa.   I'm working on it... working on it.  
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Quoted from Andrea's "Quoted Text"
It causes depression because it inhibits the reuptake of the neurotransmitter called serotonin. Without serotonin, one becomes depressed. When this discovery was made it led to a search for antidepressants such as Paxil or other SSRIs like Effexor.


What an odd quote. It flies in the face of what SRIs (Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) actually do and are used for.
I don't know its source, but it states that the inhibition of Serotonin reuptake causes Depression.
Then it goes on to rightly call Paxil and Effexor, which (selectively) inhibit the reuptake of Serotonin (SSRI stands for Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) anti-depressants.

If the inhibition of serotonin reuptake caused depression, then why would drugs that do exactly that, namely, inhibit serotonin reuptake, alleviate it?

The following will explain how the inhibition of serotonin reuptake increases serotonergic neurotransmission and is therefore the active principle behind most antidepressant pharmacotherapy today.

Quoted from wikipedia article: "Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor"
A serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SRI) is a type of drug that acts as a reuptake inhibitor for the neurotransmitter serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT)) by blocking the action of the serotonin transporter (SERT). This in turn leads to increased extracellular concentrations of serotonin and, therefore, an increase in serotonergic neurotransmission.
SRIs are not synonymous with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), as the latter term is usually used to describe the class of antidepressants of the same name, and because SRIs, unlike SSRIs, can either be selective or non-selective in their action. For example, cocaine, which non-selectively inhibits the reuptake of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, can be called an SRI but not an SSRI.
SRIs are used predominantly as antidepressants (e.g., SSRIs, SNRIs, and TCAs), though they are also commonly used in the treatment of other psychological conditions such as anxiety disorders and eating disorders. Less often, SRIs are also used to treat a variety of other medical conditions including obesity (e.g., sibutramine), neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia (e.g., duloxetine, milnacipran), and premature ejaculation (e.g., dapoxetine). Additionally, some clinically used drugs like chlorpheniramine, dextromethorphan, and methadone possess SRI properties secondarily to their primary mechanism of action(s) and this contributes to their side effect and drug interaction profiles.


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In simple terms, SSRIs keep your brain from breaking down serotonin. This lets the serotonin level rise, as the serotonin is made at the same rate but is broken down more slowly.

Low levels of serotonin in the brain can lead to depression, so these drugs are used to increase the level of serotonin and reduce depression. The drugs don't always work. If your depression is caused by something other than low serotonin, these drugs won't have any impact on your depression. Also, if your body is producing much too little serotonin, there might not be enough being made for the levels to pile up, even with the break-down being slowed.


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