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Raihan Ali
Jul 16, 2022
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Tiring It Is, We Breathe an Average of 12 to 20 Times a Minute, and He's Paying Attention to It All the Time. Mysteries_9 Man with Ocd Describes Not Having a Good Day in the Past. This Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Has Haunted Him for Eight Years and Has Greatly Affected His Daily Life. He Would Describe Himself as Not Having a Good Day in the Past. He Has Tried Many Different Treatments, Such as Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychiatric Drugs, but None of Them Can Solve the Problem. Brain Surgery Is His Last Hope... He Underwent Three Surgeries, the First Two of t shirt design Which Involved Placing Wires in Specific Locations in the Brain. This Requires Drilling a Hole in the Skull, Putting the Wire In, Waking the Patient, and Cooperating with the Medical Staff to Make Certain Responses to See If the Position Is Appropriate. the Wire Will Be Buried Under the Scalp, Through the Neck to the Chest. in the Third Operation, a Brain Pacemaker Was Implanted in the Chest and Connected to a Wire. Mysteries_10 He Chose to Use Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery to Control the Disease, Inserting Wires into Specific Locations in the Brain, and Sending Weak Currents Through the Brain Pacemaker to Regulate Abnormal Signals. Brain Rhythms Can Be Adjusted, Sending Weak Electrical Currents at Specific Brain Locations to Regulate the Abnormal Signals That Cause Ocd. Is the Surgery Called Deep Brain Stimulation a Success? Can It Cure the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder That Has Plagued This Man for Eight Years? Let's Sell It First, Everyone Pay Attention to the Documentary! Treating Depression with Electric Shocks the Second Case Was a Woman with Severe Depression. She Has a Medical History of 25 Years and 5 Hospitalizations. She Tried Various Methods to Control Her Depression, but to No Avail. She Was Heartbroken and Resorted to Electrotherapy.
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