Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Psychiatry changed for ever!Post number 178

Post number 178

Your Majesty,

I regret not numbering earlier issues for events overtaking me. The necessary work will be put to hand as soon as some free time is available.

As readers can well imagine, I soon had a brush with the psychiatry, the police and the paramedics, and my Doctor John Elliott on 21 January 2009.

After a couple of hours of debate, when John Elliott certified me physically fit, the rest or the team ‘convinced’ me to go along with them to the psychiatric unit for further examination of some of my thoughts put out over the blog of late.

Psychiatrists John Ging, Malik Niazi and team reverently follow the blog proceedings as I have asked them to. That would be the best way to keep apace of my mental stage of mind on daily and even hourly basis. No matter how badly my difficult thoughts are out through the blog, the team get a rapid impression of points where I clash with the laid down government practised policy lines whether at home or abroad.

During our meetings, the practised drug front - loaded tipped psychiatry meets soon enough with my cognitive logic based version. Conflicts are inevitable. I am no Shaman/Tabib/Nganga (southern African) to go prepared with my own doses of roots and leaves for my own cures to confront their madicinal ways. That is, if I agreed in the first place that there was any thing wrong with my fitness of mind for purpose. I am as mentally healthy as the best of them on any rational and logical scale of measurements.

Clinical psychiatry is either devoid of logic or does not employ it, for its contradiction with the medicated practice widely in use, drugging the nation from the toe nail to the scalp and still not satisfied. For example, I am not certain in which ways do the psychiatrists wish to see my thought patterns change, but whatever their intention, I am being medicated with the following:

Nocorandil 20 mg needed for heart condition
Multi vitamins needed
Ramipril 5 mg needed for heart condition
Bisporolol 7.5 mg ?
Lansoprazol 30 mg ?
Simvastatin 40 mg needed for heart medication
Risperidone 5mg ? but related to The Home Office's justifying detatining some one infedinitely for anti terorism charges, waiving off the 28 days statutary requirerments are after David Davies' debate on the issue.
Valproate semi Sodium 500mg ?
Lactulose 10ml needed laxative but in hospital only due to disagreeable diet
Colonozopam 250 mg ?
Zopiclone 3.75 mg – 7.5 mg ?
Haloperidole 5 – 10mg ?
Proccycliodine 5 mg ?
Mouicol ?

If their wishes are that I too become obedient and a slave living in a huge cage (Britain) whose bars remain invisible to those living within it, then the psychiatrists, the establishment, and the other 60 million have something else coming their way, Your Majesty. I have no hesitation as a relative newcomer here (1985) that all Monarchies after Queen Victoria have been a real shame and dishonour to this equally noble nation of mine as my Afghan ones.

Neither wishes to live in shame and slavery. One is fighting dogs and cats no matter what you (we! The three of us) through at them. They are entitled Taliban faction, Al-Qaida and the rest in order to loot, pillage and rape them. That is all! The west has no other business there.

Because of that very free spirit named BORN FREE earlier, there is only one Afghan here that has made life hell for both the oppressor in Washington DC and agents of oppression here. Gone are the days that we should be thankful to what they’ve done for us. In the old days, our money may have provided about 1 million American jobs over there. Theirs may have provided a few more million jobs over here. Even if the ratios remained the same as before, we rather die of starvation than to live in shame any longer.

It would be logically unfair for the subjects to judge their Monarch or Her Family one war or the other. What do they know about them, as told by themselves? What is curious is that HM would wish us to know why she does like the sketches of Morecombe and Wise in bed together? She will be given that opportunity to speak freely.

In return for my taking the psychiatrists’ tablets and injections, the psychiatrists agreed to free booklet samples kept only under lock and key of the following ones by Mind. Actual leaflets have never been on supply at least as of last May last year when I inspected the display area. On this occasion, it has been 5 days to obtain the booklet on Self arm and Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression). I still haven't got them to pass on to th patient who is desperate to have read of them:

1) Understanding psychotic experiences
2) The Mind’s guide to managing stress
3) Mind’s understanding Schizophrenia
4) How to survive family life
5) Mind’s understanding seasonal affective disorder
6) Mind’s “ self – harm
7) Mind’s taking treatments
8) Mind’s guide to relaxation
9) Mind’s understanding the psychological effects of street drugs
10) Mind’s understanding anxiety
11) Mind’s “ Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD
12) Mind’s “ mental illness
13) Mind’s “ borderline personality disorders
14) Mind’s guide to advocacy
15) Mind’s understanding to paranoia
16) Mind’s understanding personality disorders
17) Mind’s “ Bereavement
18) Mind’s understanding dual diagnosis
19) Mind’s guide to surviving working life
20) Mind’s how to restraint your violent impulses
21) Mind’s how to rebuild your life after breakdown
22) Mind’s how to cope with panic attacks
23) Mind’s physical activity
24) How to cope with sleep problems
25) Mind’s understanding eating distress
26) Mind’s “ addictions and dependency
27) Mind’s “ dissociative disorders
28) Mind’s how to cope with suicidal feelings
29) Mind’s how to deal with bullying at work
30) Mind’s understanding depression
31) Mind’s how to cope with loneliness
32) Mind’s how to help some one who is suicidal
33) Mind’s understanding Schizoaffective disorder
34) Mind’s understanding phobias
35) Mind’s “ Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
36) Mind’s about self – harm.

I promised to keep on taking their medication while they started unlocking the Mind’s useful guides to mental health end users in wards, half way haouses and eslsewhere. I wish to remain in hospital for long enough of duration until psychiatry using cognitive methods ahead of prescribing medication becomes the norm.

All those MPs, Health Ministers and others taking big fat cheques from
Drug companies will now have to look for jobs such as digging roads to supplement Chelsea tractors, god damn private school fees and others. Drug company reps can see Patti in my absence to indicate which body orifice is most suited for inserting complimentary biros, and pills. I will do the injections, personally, while 5 of my nurses, Scottie, Stevie, Cecil Nhalango, Sibi Thompson, and James (the philosopher) hold agents down.

Although, stationed in Blake Ward, I am every where; drug agents may be pleased to know.

Yours very truly, Mam

Mohammad Karim Ahamdzai
Team Leader, Earth Projects

PS Please do not hesitate to contact my dear friend Professor David H Rye OBE FRCN of Woking Mind www.wokingmind.org.uk, jenny@wokingmind.org.uk, T 01483 766 998 F 01483 767 944. Please donate to Woking Mind to make it the spear head for saving our fresh brains of today for tomorrow.

15 Comments:

At 12 February 2009 at 14:58 , Blogger Vitanol said...

my dear friend
Humanitarian problems non-profit-making organization,like as Woking Mind and many other surely merits
pay more attention.Maybe good subject for your work in blog.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:06 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Nicorandil
is used to treat angina (chest pain).
Do not transfer tablets from the blister packs into other containers because they will degrade very quickly.
The most common side effects are headache, flushing of the face, feeling sick, dizziness, weakness and muscle pain.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:08 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Ramipril
hypertension and congestive heart failure

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:11 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Bisoprolol
is a drug belonging to the group of beta blockers, a class of drugs used primarily in cardiovascular diseases

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:13 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Lansprazol.
is one of the different medicines that can be taken to treat Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome, GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux) and ulcers of the duodenum and stomach. It is classified as a proton pump inhibitor drug.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:14 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Simvastatin
It is used to control hypercholesterolemia (elevated cholesterol levels) and to prevent cardiovascular disease.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:17 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Risperidone
is used to treat schizophrenia and symptoms of bipolar disorder (manic depression). It is also used in autistic children to treat symptoms of irritability.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:19 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Valproate semi Sodium
It is used in the UK and U.S. for the treatment of the manic episodes of bipolar disorder, and increasingly taken long-term for prevention of both manic and depressive phases of bipolar disorder, especially the rapid-cycling variant.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:22 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Lactulose
is a synthetic sugar used in the treatment of constipation[1] and hepatic encephalopathy, a complication of liver disease.
Clonazepam
is an anti-anxiety medication in the benzodiazepine family, the same family that includes diazepam (Valium), alprazolam (Xanax), lorazepam (Ativan), flurazepam (Dalmane), and others. Clonazepam and other benzodiazepines act by enhancing the effects of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA is a neurotransmitter (a chemical that nerve cells use to communicate with each other) that inhibits brain activity. It is believed that excessive activity in the brain may lead to anxiety or other psychiatric disorders. Clonazepam also is used to prevent certain types of seizures.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:24 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Zopiclone
is a hypnotic (sleeping drug) used for short-term treatment of insomnia.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:25 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Haloperidol
is a tranquilizer used to treat emotional and mental conditions. It is also used to prevent and control nausea and vomiting, to treat behavior problems in children, and to control muscular tics of the face, neck, hands, and shoulders.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 15:26 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Procyklidin
has an atropine-like action. It's antispasmodic effects are thought to be related to the blockage of central cholinergic receptors M1, M2 and M4. It is used to treat symptomatic Parkinsonism and extrapyramidal dysfunction caused by antipsychotic agents.

 
At 12 February 2009 at 16:09 , Blogger Vitanol said...

Mouicol
is for me unknown medicine.Are you correct wrote it?
It doesn't matter
As it is for you medication only way to enslave.
Iˇm sorry that you must spend your time in Blacke Ward unwillingly.

Your friend from the Czech republic Vitek

 
At 17 February 2009 at 13:18 , Blogger mohammad-in-egham said...

Hi Vitec,

Thanks for detailed comments on my medication. In a compromoise of the first of its kind, I've actually agrreed to take all their psycotic medication by the psychaitrists.

When we were in the ward together, you atually witnessed that I didn't take any prescribed mediactions and disposed of them all by tricks developed over a 15 year period.

This time, I will take the medication. In return, the psychiatrists will open up the profession inside out. Let us say it had been an ingeious plot that is working so far with both sides desreving credit for what we achieve.

We will come to you after Mocambique, shall we? Ha ha ha ha.

Take good care, dear friend.

Mohammad

 
At 1 June 2009 at 12:07 , Blogger mohammad-in-egham said...

Hi Vitanol,

It's Monday 1 June 2009, and I wonder how you are. Have you got a job and livleihood now? Drop me line on m.ahmadzai@btinternet.com or seachangeindrycleaning.blogspot.com.

Your friend Kaz aka Mohammad from Blake Ward. Tate Britain has an exhibition of Blake's paintings. It's on until Octber (I think) if you happen to visit London. It will be nice to see you. You can take the couch for a couple of nights.

 

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