In 1918 Charles came home from the war bringing a jazz record with him allowing Bix to hear this music and fall in love with it. Bix bought a cornet from a friend and taught himself how to play; Bix had no instructor or book. This is the reason, many say, his sound was so different and unique. Bix’s parents, watched him fall behind in school and decided he need a more rigorous schooling. Bix was sent off to a strict boarding school named Lake Forest Academy.
It is also known that schizophrenia runs in families. AThe probablitilty of developing schizophrenia as the off spring of one parent with the disease is approximately 13%. The probability of developing schizophrenia as the off spring of both parents with the disease is approximately 35%. @ (Pamphlet by: American Psychiatric Association Annual >90 page 7) Hallucinations another symptom which schizophrenic patients suffer from. Hallucinations may be seen or heard.
Naloxone is given to patients in order to aid in reversing these negative effects of morphine. With large doses of morphine, nausea and vomiting are potential side effects and may be treated with a phenothiazine. For theses reasons, morphine continues to be researched for the treatment of pulmonary edema (Cotter, et al., 2001).
In the movie “August Rush,” a young orphan boy named Even has an amazing gift to hear music in everything, is often bullied because he believes he can hear his parents in the music the wild makes. One night he leaves the orphanage in hopes to find his parents whom he has never met before, by following the music he hears in the world around him. Soon after getting lost in a city he has never been in, he stumbles upon a kid around his age in the middle of the park making money playing the guitar. After following this kid around, the kid with the guitar takes Even to an abandoned theatre place where he stays with other musically talented homeless kids, under the watch of who they call the Wizard. The Wizard is a man that has taken all of these talented homeless kids and has used them to make money by performing out on the streets.
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Synopsis of the movie The Soloist (Foster, Krasnoff & Wright, 2008), is based on a true story of Nathaniel Anthony Ayers Jr. who develops psychosis and becomes homeless. In the film, Nathaniel is considered a cello genius who is discovered on the streets by Steve Lopez, a journalist from the Los Angeles Times. Steve was searching for a story and he decided to write a newspaper article about Nathaniel. Nathaniel always had a passion for music. He was a child prodigy and attended Juilliard School of Music.
There are a variety of medications that can help with the treatment of this disease they are called antidepressants. Some include serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSPIs)... ... middle of paper ... ...ffects, supporting sessions over time to prevent recurrences after successful medication treatment. All psychotherapy tends to be more effective when used in conjunction with antidepressant medications. Major depression typically is treated with antidepressant medication and psychotherapy. Antidepressants alone just stabilize your mood and psychological treatments just provide opportunities for a person to learn more about how to be successful.
Other problems with treatment programs for schizophrenic’s is that they suffer from both positive and negative symptoms, each requiring different type of treatments. In order to combat the difficulty of treating schizophrenia, several techniques have been devised; psychoanalytic therapy, behavioural therapy, family therapy and most predominantly, drug therapies. Drug therapy is the primary form of treatment implemented at the onset of schizophrenia. The drug clozapine is very effective for many patients who do not respond to initial drug treatment programs and treats both the positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia (Advokat et al., 1999; Robinson et al., 1999). Moreover, a reduction in negative symptoms has also been noted to occur as individuals are treated with amisulpride and (Danion et al., 1999).
Antidepressants help people with depression by making these natural chemicals more available to the brain. By restoring the brains chemical balance, antidepressant drugs help relieve the symptoms of depression. Specifically, antidepressants drugs help reduce the extreme sadness, hopelessness, and lack of interest in life that are typical in people with depression. These drugs also may be used to treat their conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, premenstrual syndrome, chronic pain, and eating disorders. If you are being treated for depression, taking an antidepressant may be part of your treatment plan.
If a patient can realize what activates their anxiety they will be able to recognize when they need to talk to someone or even take their medications as prescribed. Promoting resilience is another way to help with patients cope with anxiety. “Resilience is the quality of being hardy or stress resistant.” (Karen M. Burke, 2011) Nurses or even family members can help older patients with anxiety by supporting their ADL’s, and that is encouraging resilience. The most common medications used to treat anxiety are benzodiazepines and sedative hypnotics. Benzodiazepines have a rapid onset and help react to the central nervous system.