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freezinginAK
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   Posted 2/7/2007 4:53 PM (GMT -7)   
  Not really sure how to put this, but I have been looking for sometime now on the causes of anxiety and trying to find out what when't wrong within are brains to manafest this disorder with in us.
  I have found that environmental factors do cause abnormalities in the brains biochemicals that regulate how the cns works within the brain are responsible for sending both good and bad signals within the brain and somewhere along the line a change in the way that are cns sends this to the brain has been changed sending more of the bad signals which maybe be inpart of an anxiety disorder. As we all know that in today's world we are exposed to toxic chemicals in allmost all activity in are daily lifes that do damage to are cns just like alcohol and rec. drug use couses brain damage as do these toxic chemicals, these changes have an affect on how the brain works by reciving more bad signals then the good, overloading are brains with bad signals causing Anxiety and Depression as some are more able to detoxic then others and are therefor more able to cope with it and all the meds that we take for are anxiety disorder just tend to depress the brains way of dealing with anxiety and depression be not in part taking away all the of the fight or flight resposes as we all need this as a protechive part of are lives, it just slows it down or untill it become overwellmed and a responce of an panic attack manafest it selfs.
 
  Some have also said that Anxiety is related within are faimily background or is it just a learned trate that has been past on, as we all know that we learn from are folks on how to act at a young age.
 
  Stressers, we all handle stress in diffierant ways and when overstressed it changes the way that are cns acts to the brain and in someways damages the cns, therefor miny Diseases and disorders come about from stress.
 
  Brain zaps as it has been called here, is this truly just from medical meds withdrawals when so miny people that have cns damages have asked about this even one's that are on no meds get them or is it just a change in the way the are cns works releasing a sudden burst of an electrical pulse that may just be in the head or run it's way down thoughout the body's cns.
 
  Onething I do know is that the CNS and the Brain must work together in order for us to live and if there is some kind of damage to the brain or the CNS it dose indeed changes the way that are body's work no matter how small or large of an affect it might be.
 
  Please remmber that this is just my opion wheather true or not it's just maybe something to think about if nothing else as I can not say that CNS and or Brain damage is the reason for miny heath problems such as Anxiety and Depression.
 
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Post Edited (freezinginAK) : 2/7/2007 4:55:58 PM (GMT-7)


Howlyncat
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   Posted 2/8/2007 6:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Cowboy UP
I just happen to honestly believe there is a definite correaltion between the 2 I ahve been around heavy chemicals all my life and for the past 15 yrs have lived on top of OIL WELLS.......Yes the old fashioned pump out well and we still ahve a few out of town
Most young kids young as 1 are on inhalers here and the majority of ppl her have a/p and COPD or Emphysems
I really believe IMHO this is all connected
Great thread for DISCUSSON
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   Posted 2/8/2007 10:02 AM (GMT -7)   
all the meds that we take for are anxiety disorder just tend to depress the brains way of dealing with anxiety and depression
 
This part of your post really struck home with me.  I have really been thinking about this recently as I can absolutely feel this happening when I take my meds.  I was on Seroquel 100mg, Depakote 1500 mg and Klonopin 3mg and I decided to stop the Seroquel and Depakote due to weight gain and groginess.  When I did this for 2 days, I had this rush of emotions that I hadn't experienced in a long time.  I ended up going back to the Seroquel because my mind was getting too fast and I couldn't sleep.  During the day, I am active at work, have feelings, etc., but when I take my Seroquel at night I become numb, I have no feelings, and I don't care about anything.  I don't know whether this is good or bad in my current situation, it just is.
 
Also, I have a 23 year history of substance abuse and I know in part, this is contirbuting to my situation.  I have been told in rehab that it can take years after you quit using for the brain to return to normal.


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Howlyncat
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   Posted 2/9/2007 9:27 AM (GMT -7)   
I agree with this aspect as well
Great input all
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   Posted 2/9/2007 9:32 AM (GMT -7)   
II believe that this is a great topic for a friendly EDUCATIONAL debate
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Green Lantern I so agree with you as well
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