How is walking pneumonia treated?
Walking pneumonia is generally treated with antibiotics. Mild infections are often not treated because they tend to clear on their own. With treatment, most people begin to feel better within a few days.
Many over-the-counter medicines used for colds and flus may not help with complete relief of symptoms of walking pneumonia. It's important to talk with your doctor about any medicines you are taking or planning to take. It's also important to drink plenty of fluids and to give yourself time to rest.
If I've had walking pneumonia, can I get it again?
There is a certain level of immunity that occurs after someone has a case of walking pneumonia. It isn't permanent, though, and it's unclear how long it lasts. So you could at some point develop walking pneumonia again. When it does recur, it may be milder.
Turd Ferguson wrote:Did you have your doctor check your spots as Thyroid related vitiligo yet? It goes away for that varient with meds.
Turd Ferguson wrote:CBT, are you talking about the London based medical group that Jules Evans more or less runs? He is the top Stoic Philosopher in London, forums the London Philosophy Group.
You don't need expensive meetings to get over your Chemophobia. He and I aren't the same branch of Stoicism, I follow a more conservative, Cynic base version- but he himself didn't invent CBT. He is the only london based medical practitioner I'm aware of in your area doing this.
Any who, yeah, your deeply irrational fear of chemicals is by no means reality based, and I'm right and your certainly in the wrong. You are 100% chemically based, and you retain a shitload of chemicals by merely breathing. OCD is a bitch, but this doesn't preclude you from having or for the matter not having, Thyroid issues.
Or you can follow my advice in letting the damn cat roam around at night,touching your things like a cat is supposed yo,hetying hair all over, and chew or swollow the fucking medicines they prescripbe to you,and dont insist your allergic to ALL CHEMICALS, cause your fucking not, your just bring a little bitch letting your OCD dominate you, and nobody is impressed with your bullshit excuses, just do it now!
Please don't make the doctor have to watch you swallow the damn pill, open your mouth then speak afterwards, while smoshing your ckeeks to make sure your taking your meds. It can be arranged if it has to be done. You are clearly a pain in the ass patient.
https://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/stoicismtoda ... hical-cbt/
In this article, Jules Evans envisages what a ‘philosophical CBT’ might be like, and how it could work….
Imagine being able to practice philosophy through the NHS. The idea is not as far-fetched as it sounds. In fact, therapists and counselors in the UK are beginning to put together something called ‘Philosophical CBT’, which could radically change how people see philosophy and the wider humanities.
CBT, or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, is now at the heart of the British government’s mental health policy. Successive British governments have committed a combined £580 million to a policy called Improved Access for Psychotherapies (IAPT), which hugely increases the availability of CBT through the NHS, and will train 6,000 new cognitive therapists by 2014. It is the boldest expansion of mental health services anywhere in the world
Turd Ferguson wrote:Okay, keep me in the dark, see if I save your life again.
Turd Ferguson wrote:Your undertaking the very program he helped pathfind for the UK. Be awesome if you read into context, and admittedly while I may not of experirmed your shitty NHS, I know that you gotta go through a lengthy referral process and don't have the range of choices you would prefer, and options are constantly undercut, which is the universal default for any socialized system of medicine.
Now I have a phobia? Addressing the illness has given me a truer sense of self, as alleviating the symptoms through diet has lifted the mental fog I was in, but the fatigue still remains, which is causing my body to prioritise and subsequently reduce its internal functions. The specialist CF consultants are there to help us, and we help them understand the illness better in return.Your associated a false sense of self through your chemophobia, it has been blantantly apparent for the longest time given your absurd obsessions and fears, and it undoubted annoys your medical practitioners to no end.
How would talking to him about CBT help me? Is he a CF specialist? as the only people I want to deal with right now are those who have specialised in and have a full understanding of the illness and the patients' very specific needs.I recommend again, just head out to the next meeting of the London Philosophy Group, twitter Jules to see if he will be there, and ask him about CBT. Believe it or not, your dealing with those crazy fucks on your own, with or without me, he is the best in this practice in your country for the solle fact he hyper specializes and practices it legally in your country in a bona fide medical capacity. Your fucking being sent to them, might as well go to the local head Buddha of your CBT order and straight up ask him. He is very easy to talk to, we've talked a bunch of times via email. Cost me jack shit as I wasn't a patient, just a fellow philosopher.
Thanks, but I am getting all the help and advice I needNo need to run around beating yourself with sticks. Your obviously wrong and emotional outbursts won't make you right. Your not allergic to all chemicals, a fuckimg non-organic vegetable won't make you sick if you wash it- 100% certain of that, and CBT is fucking CBT. I happen to know just a bad little bit about it, just a smidgion. Tiny winey, itsy bitsy.
I won't be looking him up in this context, but in a general philosophy context.. sure.Quit being so predictable, drop your defended, and look him up, he is local. He is one of the top public figures in London in philosophy circles. He is very approachable. He will not force feed you celery like I would to cure you.
Well, it was your posts telling me not to be a faggot. It was a snowstorm, and normally my feet would freeze. But about an hour before I looked at this girl and had sexual thoughts about her body. I never did bang her or actualize my desire, but I didn't go back to my usual feminine state of jealousy and despair about it. Instead, I started to force manly hiking exploration, marching music and classical music in my head. And my feet did not freeze and I had to walk 5 miles home. When I got home I cried tears of joy, I felt like I was great and powerful, part of Nature itself
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