Mental Health Diseases Affect Our Communities Of Worship, Too

Report: Rash of suicides at D.C. jail points to deep problem with inmates’ mental health care

8, 2013 Mental health diseases affect our communities of worship, too By Susan Hawkins Sager Special to the American-Statesman Take a look around you. One in four in your house of worships pews will experience some form of mental illness in any given year. Maybe that fact will prompt you to take a shy glance at your fellow congregants; or perhaps, a quick look in the mirror. What does the face of mental illness look like? It is surprisingly familiar. It is useful to think of mental health as a continuum.
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. are simply manipulative. Hayes said inmates in the observation unit are stripped of their clothes, blanket and mattress and restricted from calling family members. They are issued only a paper grown, which in some cases is taken away, too, and they are kept in isolation except for a shower once a day. Hayes said the practice seems punitive and isolating for a person potentially suffering from suicidal thoughts. He also said the entire classification seems designed, at least in part, to duck the requirement to monitor clear suicide threats very 15 minutes. Rohini Singh, a lawyer with the D.C.
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Trustees call for mental-health services

That citys police department said mental health problems have reached crisis proportions. Port Moodys police force has also dealt with an increase in mental health related calls in the last six years. According to the Port Moody Police Department, in 2007 the force dealt with 39 mental health/emotionally disturbed person calls. The number grew to 65 files in 2009, 119 files in 2010, 106 files in 2011 and 130 files in 2012.
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Hair Loss Prevention 101

Drug-Induced Hair Loss

It’s not all bad news, though. There are ways that you can slow a receding hairline, so sit tight as AskMen gives you a crash course. Welcome to Hair Loss Prevention 101. What causes hair loss? Although hair loss can be blamed on your mom and dad (i.e., genetics) there are other causespreventable onesthat include nutritional deficiency, infection, prescription drugs, chemical hair products, and even emotional stress.
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Focus on: Alopecia

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ANY NATURAL REMEDIES? While none have been proven, there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that massaging natural remedies into the scalp, such as aloe vera cream or ylang ylang essential oil (diluted in a carrier oil such as almond or grape seed oil), can have beneficial effects for sufferers. It’s believed that the plant extract aloe vera contains chemicals with the ability to stimulate the immune system and it’s long been recognised for its healing properties. Other natural treatments include acupuncture and stress-relieving massage.
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