When you start taking lithium, you will get a lithium treatment pack (usually a purple folder or book) with a record booklet. You need to show your record booklet every time you see your doctor, go to hospital, or collect your prescription.
The treatment pack also has a lithium alert card. You'll need to carry this card with you all the time. It tells healthcare professionals that you're taking lithium. This can be useful for them to know in an emergency.
However, some people find it slows down their thinking or makes them feel a bit \"numb\". Sometimes it's hard to know whether this is because the lithium is doing its work to control your mood (if you have mania).
Well everyone, its been a while in the making but here it is, fs mania, ik i said 5 maps but i'm mentally drained after these so i'll just add to it in the future, i put a lot of heart and love into making each one feel not cookie cutter, i hope yall enjoy. Sam boyd ended up being a collab between myself and @Daniel915 as my brain was just mush and he wanted to take a crack at it, and with this track, fs mania has come to a close, for now?
Black Cat Firecrackers. Firecrackers are a very old, very simple type of firework. Black Cat takes their firecrackers very seriously. Each batch produced is checked for loudness, dud rate, string consistency, labeling and packaging.
Method: A search of the MEDLINE and psycINFO databases was conducted to find clinically relevant articles on psychiatric and cognitive side effects with corticosteroids using search terms including corticosteroid, prednisone, mania, depression, psychosis, mood, memory, and cognition.
Results: Symptoms of hypomania, mania, depression, and psychosis occur during corticosteroid therapy as do cognitive changes, particularly deficits in verbal or declarative memory. Psychiatric symptoms appear to be dose-dependent and generally occur during the first few weeks of therapy. Patients who must remain on corticosteroids may benefit from pharmacotherapeutic approaches, such as lithium and the new antipsychotic medications.
Gift et al.6 found increased symptoms of depression in a group of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who were receiving corticosteroids. In this study, the corticosteroid-treated group had significantly higher scores on the Beck Depression Inventory and Brief Symptom Inventory (p < .01) than the controls. These findings could suggest an increase in depressive symptoms with steroids. However, this study did not use measures for mania. Therefore, increased depression scores could have been observed as part of a mixed state, combining features of mania and depression, or even pure mania, as both mania and depression can share symptoms such as decreased concentration, agitation, and insomnia.
Any patient who is begun on systemic corticosteroid treatment should be advised of potential side effects, including behavioral changes. As data suggest the rapid onset of psychiatric side effects, the patient should be seen in follow-up soon after initiating therapy, preferably within a week. Along with monitoring weight, glucose, and blood pressure, the patient should be asked about mood swings and symptoms of depression and observed for signs of mania, such as increased energy, rapid speech, and insomnia.
If ``collector'' is synonymous with ``pack rat,'' he's probably right. But give most people an attic or a basement, wait a year or two, and presto! Murphy's Law has been rewritten: ``Junk expands to fill the space available.'' For proof, just check any suburban yard sale on a Saturday morning.
When you put together the two mottos, ``Someday it might come in handy'' and ``Someday it might be worth something,'' you have effectively blocked every impulse to clean up your act. But the real mania begins when a collector turns from passive to active and starts to look for things to collect, like an investor.
Along with the regular packs of crayons, there have been many specialty sets, including Silver Swirls, Gem Tones, Pearl Brite Crayons, Metallic FX Crayons, Magic Scent Crayons, Silly Scents, and more.
In 1972, Binney & Smith introduced eight Crayola fluorescent crayons, designed to fluoresce under black light. The following year, they were added to the 72-count box, which had previously contained two of the eight most-used colors, in place of the duplicate crayons. These crayons remained steady until 1990, when all eight were renamed, and eight more were added, for a total of 16 fluorescent crayons. One of the new colors, Hot Magenta, shared a name with one of the original colors, now Razzle Dazzle Rose. For some reason, two of the original eight fluorescent crayons have the same color as two of the newer crayons. In 1992, the fluorescent colors were added to the new No. 96 box, becoming part of the standard lineup. When four new crayons were added to the No. 96 assortment in 2003, four existing colors were discontinued, including two of the fluorescents. Also beginning in 1993, packs of fluorescent crayons were regularly labeled "neon" or "neons".
In 1976, Crayola released a pack of eight Fabric Crayons. Each crayon was named after a standard color. In 1980, "Light Blue" was discontinued and replaced with Black. The colors' hexadecimal values are currently unknown. The names of the colors are listed below:
In 1987, Crayola released a pack of 16 Metallic Crayons in Canada. Four of the colors are named after four of the standard colors. Also, one of the colors is named before a Metallic FX color. The colors' hexadecimal values are currently unknown. The names of the colors are listed below:
In 1994, Crayola produced a 16-pack of crayons that released fragrances when used. In 1995, Crayola changed some of the scents because of complaints received from parents that some of the crayons smelled good enough to eat, like the Cherry, Chocolate, and Blueberry scented crayons. Crayons with food scents were retired in favor of non-food scents. The 30 crayons all consisted of regular Crayola colors.
In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Color Mix-Up Crayons, each of which contains a solid color with flecks of two other colors in it. Colors in the chart below are approximated. The hex RGB values are in the order of the predominant color and then the flecks. Colors for crayons other than Mixed Veggies and Star Spangled Banner come from information on the crayon wrapper.
In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Pearl Brite Crayons. These were designed to give soft pearlescent colors. These had a new wrapper design, black with a white oval Crayola logo and white text.
In 1997, Crayola released Crayons with Glitter as part of a Special Effects crayons package. Starting as late as 1999, their crayon names do not appear on the crayon wrappers. In the below list, the background represents crayon color, and the highlighted "square of glitter" around text represents glitter color.
In 2001, Crayola produced Metallic FX Crayons, a set of 16 metallic crayons whose names were chosen through a contest open to residents of the U.S. and Canada. The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons. In 2019, an updated version was released under its original name of Metallic Crayons, adding eight more metallic colors for a total of 24. The original 16 colors are included in the special 152-count Ultimate Crayon Collection pack alongside 120 standard and 16 Crayons with Glitter. Four of the colors are included in the regular 96-count crayon box.
We stopped in our tracks and counted the dogs. "Over 20!" someone shouted. The pack sprinted through the woods at more than 30 miles an hour, snarling and howling, a blur of black and tan fur dappling the space between jackalberry and sausage trees. White-tipped tails swung behind them like feather dusters.
I came to spot elephants and lions. But it was the African wild dogs that Dihoro eagerly trailed. "They're highly intelligent and very social," he said, speeding past giraffes, baboons, and springbok. "Fewer than 7,000 left. It's rare to see them." Had I really traveled more than 8,000 miles to see angry dogs? I'd grown up with mongrel pooches, but the pack we'd just found looked programmed to kill. I realized I liked my wild animals to at least appear warm and cuddly.
He ran off. We followed. I braced for the inevitable. A pack will kill and consume its prey in minutes to prevent freeloaders like hyenas from stealing. I hoped that by the time we found the dogs, the gory stuff would be over.
Occasionally, a dog would glance into our vehicle, panting with the mania of hunger not yet satisfied. One of them locked eyes with me. No aggression whatsoever. Once the bones were picked, the dogs quieted down, sated stomachs stretched around their contents. 1e1e36bf2d