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Sometimes people ask me what this person just told me, and I have quite some difficulties answering … because it takes me a long time to remember. And sometimes I remember things that happened to me, but I can’t remember who the person involved was. And it seems that it’s since I started taking it that I forget things. Sometimes I tend to mix my dreams with reality, it take me some times to realize that this event didn’t happen. And also, a bizarre event happened last week or two weeks ago: I slept in a car while it was almost -30 degrees Celsius outside. During that time, I had some very bizarre lucid dreams. I felt the cold, and was dreaming at the same time. (Only slept for about 1 hour). And I never got any kind of cold or hypothermia after. What do I have? I.N.: I take a daily Concerta medication. And I am a severe dyslexic

From the question, it appears that you are experiencing memory problems and hallucinations after taking Concerta (Methylphenidate). Concerta is also marketed as Ritalin and is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, narcolepsy, and other developmental disorders. It functions by increasing the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain by prevent their re-uptake in . . . → Read More: Sometimes people ask me what this person just told me, and I have quite some difficulties answering … because it takes me a long time to remember. And sometimes I remember things that happened to me, but I can’t remember who the person involved was. And it seems that it’s since I started taking it that I forget things. Sometimes I tend to mix my dreams with reality, it take me some times to realize that this event didn’t happen. And also, a bizarre event happened last week or two weeks ago: I slept in a car while it was almost -30 degrees Celsius outside. During that time, I had some very bizarre lucid dreams. I felt the cold, and was dreaming at the same time. (Only slept for about 1 hour). And I never got any kind of cold or hypothermia after. What do I have? I.N.: I take a daily Concerta medication. And I am a severe dyslexic

what it is that for about the last 10 month i can have a conversation with somebody and then the next minute i get angry i am crying a lot and also got a eating disorder and a lot of people are starting to notice when it happens and if you have got any advice for me please.

Your symptoms appear to be signs of depression or dysthymia. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Fourth Edition (DSM IV defines depression as having five or more of the following symptoms nearly every day during a 2 week period with at least one of the symptoms being depressed mood or loss of . . . → Read More: what it is that for about the last 10 month i can have a conversation with somebody and then the next minute i get angry i am crying a lot and also got a eating disorder and a lot of people are starting to notice when it happens and if you have got any advice for me please.

My father has dementia. How do I know if its alzheimers or if something else is causing it?

Alzheimer’s disease causes the majority of dementia in the elderly (up to 75%) but it is a diagnosis of exclusion. There exist other etiologies dementia and The American Academy of Neurology recommends testing for reversible causes such as hypothyroidism and vitamin B12 deficiency. In addition, depression may be associated with symptoms of dementia (psychomotor slowing, . . . → Read More: My father has dementia. How do I know if its alzheimers or if something else is causing it?

I get very sweaty when I speak and make presentations in front of people. Even though I’m don’t think I’m that nervous, I still get sweaty. Is there anything I can do?

From what you’re describing, it appears you have a specific phobia that causes you anxiety. Physiologically speaking, this is most often due to a hypersensitive sympathetic nervous system; the public speaking is triggering a fight-or-flight response causing your heart to race, your mind to become hyperaware of your surroundings, and you to sweat. For situation . . . → Read More: I get very sweaty when I speak and make presentations in front of people. Even though I’m don’t think I’m that nervous, I still get sweaty. Is there anything I can do?

I think my mother may be suffering from depression, what are the signs of depression I should be looking for?

Evaluation by a trained healthcare provider is necessary for diagnosing and treating depression. But the standard psychiatry reference book (DSM-IV) criteria for Major Depression is 5 or more for the following symptoms for at least 2 months:

1. Depressed mood for most of the day 2. Decreased interest in hobbies and activities 3. Insomnia or . . . → Read More: I think my mother may be suffering from depression, what are the signs of depression I should be looking for?