Over the past two weeks,
Today on CNN Headline TV News there was an article with a doctor in Washington DC who shared information about clinical depression.
What would they suggest for those who have this type of severe depression caused from chemical poisoning... should it be permanent central nervous system damage? ***
Isn't it frightening to think of this kind of health problem? Maybe someone is working on a remedy? Let's forget about using more chemicals, though, on those who are already 'maxed-out'
Click here to take the confidential depression-screening test of the National Mental Health Association
Yesterday I spoke to one of the workers during the 1990 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill clean up. He said his medical records showed severe depression and suicidal tendencies, and that several people were trying to sign papers to get him committed to a psychiatric ward.
Thankfully the Judge looked into his medical records and found that these symptoms started in the early 1990s.
Says the 'inipol worker,'
"I have all my faculties!"
|how often have you been feeling low in energy or slowed down?|
|how often have you been blaming yourself for things?|
|how often have you had poor appetite?|
|how often have you had difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep?|
|how often have you been feeling hopeless about the future?|
|how often have you been feeling blue?|
|how often have you been feeling no interest in things?|
|how often have you had feelings of worthlessness?|
|how often have you thought about wanting to commit suicide?|
|how often have you had difficulty concentrating or making decisions?|
Other Indications of Toxic Poisoning ***
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