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WHOOPS DISEASE 7a2- About How SOME Symptoms Mimic Other Diseases & Issues

There are many different possibilities for issues with Whoops disease that can be misdiagnosed as well as assumed inaccurately because of the general ignorance about Whoops. As these posts have shown there are many cases that with self-care the issues can be reduced OR even eliminated enough to not require any medical attention. BUT doctors who don’t know about Whoops it can be that they misdiagnose and have patient treated inaccurately for issues that really either don’t exist OR exist only on a temporary basis.

Some of these issues & diseases can be diagnosed because of Whoops:

Care is needed in some of these cases because treatments that allow Whoops to get worse could cause additional Whoops healthcare problems and health conditions that cause problems.

Asthma-

  • The trouble with the Whoops is that the microscopic organisms in the lungs make it harder to breathe. The inhalers that open up the lungs allow these organisms more play ground to make it even more difficult to breathe with less chance of breathing easier every single time an inhaler is used.
    • One of my doctors prescribed inhalers for me, because nothing was improving after months on the devices she prescribed another ‘medical’ inhaler. It was burning my throat. A visit to the ER had that doctor taking me off all inhalers accept the albuterol. I have only used that once since, because a visit to a lung specialist with an expensive test on a huge machine resulted in “You have no asthma”. So because of the chamomile tea, ginger, black licorice root at times, and licorice tea helping me, I’ve not even tried to use an inhaler at other times even though my breathing is really hard in the moist spring, summer, and fall air.

Bronchitis/Pneumonia-

  • The lung issues from the organisms also mean that lung infection possibilities are greater, so more care with health is a necessity. These organisms aren’t going to be killed by antibiotics, your healthy bacteria will be killed and you’ll suffer more issues.

Eczema-

  • Dryer skin is almost a guarantee with this disease, the less moisture you consume, the dryer your body is, the less baths you take, the more likely you’ll suffer symptoms more like Eczema.

Acid Reflux-

  • You MAY suffer this even if you never have previously, my mom and I both have this issue now since Whoops.

Diabetes-

  • You MAY suffer this even if you never have previously, there is a need to treat this with the Whoops, BUT it could be immediately OR within a few hours after treatment that the diabetes gained from Whoops goes away.

Sleep Apnea-

  • This seems to be worse for males & it also seems to be horrid for those that don’t take, at least 15 minute, baths once a week.

Narcolepsy-

  • “The signs and symptoms of narcolepsy may worsen for the first few years and then continue for life. They include: 1. Excessive daytime sleepiness. People with narcolepsy fall asleep without warning, anywhere, anytime…” (https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcolepsy/symptoms-causes/syc-20375497 ) BUT I’ve found with Whoops though I’m extremely tired so much of the time, I only nod off when I let myself. Like in the bath OR leaning a backrest. My fractures are also reasons for lack of energy.

High Cholesterol-

  • I’ve had my cholesterol up at around 138-142LDL, which is an issue…BUT since I’ve been starving myself, my body is working to protect my organs. I think the cholesterol is likely protecting my organs from being choked to death by the masses of water in the body. AND for Whoops Disease treatment with the electric shock hitting the organs, the bioelectrical impedance with the extra LDL cholesterol fat around the center of my body may actually assist the organs in being more protected against the electrical shock then if those organs were just surrounded by water like my skin layer and rest of the body is.

This also means those body areas are likely to assist in better recovery because of the electrical charge ‘dissipating’ versus spreading with water. The recovery should be a bit faster, because my body isn’t overloaded with electric hitting my core, like it would be if my cholesterol was in normal ranges. Some more about this is added in the blog post about body composition tests.

High Blood Pressure-

  • If you already have high blood pressure that’s likely to be an issue after treatment again if it’s not with the disease. BUT every single individual in my Whoops Diseased family has had an issue with high blood pressure, BUT every single one of us has no issue now. So with Whoops Disease this was only temporary as an issue for all of us.

Hyperthyroid-

  • My mom and I have been diagnosed with thyroid issues. I’ve been getting the pills for over 10 years now, but the white ones of any brand eat my throat, so I always need the pink ones. AND they make me super sleepy all the time. Dosage wise the amounts are really small, less for my mom than for me, and the amounts once reaching 125mg was too much for me, 112mg has been better, but not more has ever been needed. That’s after going almost a year with none, which is abnormal, because doctors say, “amounts go up regularly” and doctors predict, “you’ll need this for the rest of your life.” If this was because of the Whoops it’s unlikely that it will be needed for life and it’s unlikely that the rates will ever go up through the disease.

Shakes that are NOT Parkinson’s Disease

Assumed as Parkinson’s by Whoops Ignorant People- [No pictures are in these pages yet, they are prepared and they are placed in the document this information was copied from, but they still need to be added to the media files and these pages…sorry.]

BUT it’s Not Likely to be Parkinson’s even though some similarity with tremors, for the majority of Whoops people. The shakes aren’t that dramatic OR even noticeable when hands aren’t empty, and they have no impact on holding things, not like with real issues.

  • This shaking only happens when nothing is being held or touched by that hand. So writing, drawing, sewing, cleaning, eating, and typing is not bothered by the soft shakes.  For some people they may think you have Parkinson’s Disease because of this shaking- the article 10 Signs of Parkinson’s Disease, from June 12, 2019 with very descriptive images also tells us a list of Parkinson Disease signs which ‘non-Rhapsodie people could assume she has, because they don’t live in her body.”
  • “…The loss of these neurons causes essential neurotransmitter levels to decrease, particularly the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine [it’s likely blood tests can show dopamine levels, but it’s possible that like sugar levels the normal amount needs to be correct for the individual’s height, weight, bone mass, and life style]. This, in turn, leads to abnormal brain activity that affects one’s control of muscle movement. Older individuals are the most common group diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
  • If you’re an individual like me some of your relatives may even assume that your symptoms are other diseases. AND in some cases the options you have for showing that it’s something else like Whoops Disease are really limited, especially when doctors don’t even know about issues and aspects of care for a disease like Whoops which is man made. In addition family & doctors may hear of OR believe that you are suffering diseases, BUT taking the time to research the disease can help you assess the accuracy of what is being diagnosed. AND because you live in your body 24 hours a day ever since you were born, you’re more likely able to better know your body in many aspects than assumers who aren’t you.

Parkinson’s Disease Versus Whoops Disease

My father was concerned that I was suffering Parkinson’s Disease, but my research & the evidence I’ve prepared show that’s not the case. Parkinson’s has some other issues that are, at times, similar to the issues with Whoops Disease, BUT the disease aren’t the same. I’ve listed a set of Parkinson’s symptoms below with my comments and at time images about my issues added.

1. [Resting] Tremors-

[With Parkinsons]…usually, this begins with the trembling or shaking of one finger. Sometimes the hand or foot on one side of the body experiences tremors or, in rare cases, the face or jaw. The tremors usually begin when the affected body part is relaxed, which is why they are called “resting tremors.” Not all tremors are symptomatic of Parkinson’s, however.

[This is why looking at more than one sign is vital for trying to determine any issues being suffered. I’ve had only some slight tremors in my right hand, and also everyone I’ve heard of suffering this disease has this issue after they get into the last third of the disease. Plus recently my trembling has been mostly after being too tired, when I go to bed I start trembling. My hands had ‘the shakes’ for about 6 months, so you may only have issues for a time also.]

2. Muscle Rigidity

“However, those with Parkinson’s experience stiff muscle tone. This means the muscles of an affected body part do not relax completely even at rest…[I am suffering injuries, but my muscles are remaining flexible, can be rubbed, and work without rigidness when not being overworked. They relax fully when I sleep as long as I don’t move and hurt myself awake, in fact I relax so much that my arm goes asleep and numbs, which means I have to awaken it because it feels dead, that’s not a rigid muscle, that’s a blood flow pressure issue.

  • Muscle rigidity can be felt with rubbing and soothing of body parts, it sort of feels like how muscles do after extreme exertion OR how feet sometimes feel after getting out of high heeled shoes. You know how when you feel a hard muscle because it’s been overused OR suffer stiff feet from bad shoes OR moves.]

3. Slowed Movement

With Parkinson’s– “Also known as bradykinesia, slowness of movement [with] Parkinson’s disease … causes people to perform ordinary activities, such as walking, moving, or changing clothes, more slowly than normal…” [Imagine trying to walk or move with air pressure casts on areas of your body. It’s harder to move and thus people perform slower to allow them to complete their actions with moving. AND this is generally for all movements, not just specific types of movements.

  • For me I move slowly because certain lifting of items, moving of items, walking moves, standing moves cause fresh pains to shoot out. Putting spoons back in the silverware drawer one day had me screaming out in pain because of an unexpected shooting pain, 3 days ago changing the bedding caused my left lower leg to shoot out pains at me 3 times because of the movement… which I’ve avoided since. But other actions like cooking take a lot of effort and energy, plus because of limited activity muscles aren’t as supportive as they used to be in protecting my bones from moving issues.

This has grown worse over time because my injuries have remained uncared for, and the only prescribed drug that really reduces my pain is an antibiotic. This means I am cautious because the pain is not good nor do I think the doctors will ever treat the problems because they haven’t as yet.

  • I had a painkiller, a steroid drug; and only took 2 doses of the 7 because of the Penicillin in the drug which I’m allergic to causing rashes & itchiness. That drug relieved me of pain for almost 7 days, and cautiously I did enjoyed activities like walking up to the pond once, cleaning the house, doing dishes, cooking dinner, but after that ‘pain killer’ dissolved out of my system I had 2 months unable to move normally OR do almost anything because of further injuring my body additionally while the drug was in my system…now I take other natural treatments. Other issues with doctors are also blogged about if you’re interested.
4. Change in Posture

https://facty.com/conditions/parkinsons/10-signs-of-parkinsons/4/

Postural instability is common among people with Parkinson’s and usually appears in the LATER stages of the disease…may be unable to maintain balance in general … Turning, pivoting, and standing upright also become difficult.” [This makes sense because with the muscles ‘going rigid’ the other parts of the body working under and around the muscles have less use AND less repair advancement. It’s sort of the like body is atrophying while the individual is not resting on a bed OR dead.

Rhapsodie’s posture is still very good, her movement hindrances are because of the pain from ripping bones AND the rheumatoid arthritis resulting from the lack of bone care over the years. Her balance is still good, but she works really hard in moving to not hurt, so others could think she has posture issues.]

5. Weakened Facial and Throat Muscles

https://facty.com/conditions/parkinsons/10-signs-of-parkinsons/5/

  • “…The face tends to have a fixed, vacant expression called the “Parkinson’s mask.” Loss of facial muscle movement restricts facial expressions, including smiling, frowning, and laughing.
    • [The image on the website reminds me of individual’s I’ve seen with Downs Syndrome.
    • Rhapsodie has no facial problems other than the blinking of her eye, which isn’t happening anymore. She doesn’t smile as often being a companion with the T.V. & her reading/ writing most days without any discussions with other people.]
  • Similarly, weakened throat muscles cause the individual’s speech to become low-toned, unclear, and sometimes slurred.
    • [Rhapsodie’s indistinct speech happens because of limited interaction with other people, which has meant lazy talking styles.
    • Her sore throat is strong, just sore all the time.
      • Muscles in use get sorer than muscles that aren’t being used.
      • Unused muscles get itchy feeling because they need movement to keep the bloodflow to be feeling good. That’s why individuals wearing casts have itchiness, the skin issues are only a part of that factor, then there are the issues with limited blood flow in areas of the muscles that are familiar with those actions.]
    • Choking, coughing, and drooling may develop at advanced stages.
      • [Rhapsodie has had coughing with the sneezing & sleep drooling because of the masses of water in her body. The coughing began early in the disease, the sneezing within the first 2 years; the drooling was a situation of the previous 2 years, with NOTHING of the drooling now. Additionally she knows this is not Parkinson’s because
        • Coughs leave a dried glittery white mass on any darker materials. It’s such a mess that it looks like glittering shimmer makeup but coughed OR sneezed onto nearby stuff.
        • The sneezes cause the same issues; these are the disease remains that die as they dry. BUT look like glitter glaze used on nails and come from the wet releases.
      • Dry lungs really reduce this hassle, the more moist the air is the more coughs & sneezes that are released. The WHOOPS DISEASE nano microorganisms are waterborne, meaning they need water to live and reproduce. Have a super dry house, with less than 20% humidity 3/4ths of the year mean Rhapsodie continues to fight them choking her to death.]

6. Freezing Gait

https://facty.com/conditions/parkinsons/10-signs-of-parkinsons/6/

“…People with Parkinson’s sometimes hesitate to move forward and report feeling as if their feet are glued to the ground…” [This sounds like something with the muscle atrophying is swelling OR causing nerves in those areas to not feel enough to move. It sounds like they are not feeling ‘some’ of their foot areas as much. With individuals laying in beds, they say that they should be turned to keep them from having body parts atrophy, harden, and weaken areas of skin, bones, muscles and more.]

7. Small[er] Handwriting & Other test possibilities for fine motor skills

Images of Rhapsodie’s writing & artwork over time have been collected as the evidence that she does NOT have Parkinson’s, they are not added yet to this blog.  

If you take your car to the mechanic for an overall check with mention of noises & wiggles of the front end in driving and they change the oil and check the tire air pressure, but then your tie rod collapses, OR your brakes fail to work, OR the noise and the shaking also continues so that you go to other mechanics that read the report of the previous mechanics time and again. So they don’t do the work to fix the struts OR rotors OR brake pads and you eventually end up selling that car you’re unlikely to ever want to return to those mechanics for vehicle service. Plus if they were paid by you for service to your car it’s likely they can also be sued for lack of care that they were supposed to do. That could be multiplied if the mechanics lack of care caused further injury & problems for you and your family.

https://facty.com/conditions/parkinsons/10-signs-of-parkinsons/7/

“An early indicator of Parkinson’s is a change in the size of a person’s handwriting [AND other aspects of hand work and how it is & has been done over time.]  Often, a marked decrease in the letter sizes and spaces between the words becomes noticeable…” [but more can be found if there is a way to learn beyond just using handwriting. Plus there’s a need to make sure to get the ‘past’ in a recordable style that is of use in determining the situation if the ‘patient’ doesn’t tell the doctor and if the doctor doesn’t listen to the patient.]

Some Test Options Including & Beyond Handwriting Alone

Options for testing are added here because Rhapsodie’s handwriting sizes have shifted for many years, so that’s no evidence against Parkinson’s. The fine skill control for doing work, like with the pen, can be tested in other ways also.

  • Change in the Size of Handwriting
    • Handwriting often shifts and changes sizes. Over time people develop a style of writing, like Rhapsodie has based on where she’s writing and how much paper she has available for what she’s trying to write.
    • So I’m assuming because of the muscle atrophy, the amount of muscle, tendon, and skin flexibility with these actions ‘rusts’ which means to write requires smaller, slower, and more controlled writing work efforts.
  • Paper Folding
    • Origami– “…[A]nimals and flowers of Japanese origami…”- If a person has never done this it can be a harder test for them if no directions are shown with the folding, but if there were numbers, letters, colors, or designs and a sheet of directions to create the shapes the folding shouldn’t be a huge hassle. The skill of a new person will not be as fast or as great as a more experienced origami worker, but it could demonstrate issues with muscles in hand uses also.
    • Folding fans– if a person has never done this it is an easily perceived action, and there are generally the simple back and forth fold that drives the style for these fans;
    • Folding paper airplanes– if a person has never done this it is an easily demonstrated activity;
    • Zhezhi. “…Traditional Chinese paper folding concentrates mainly on objects like boats or hats rather than the animals and flowers of Japanese origami…”
    • Paper flowers, could be made easily with a couple sheets of paper with a tack OR a swivel paper snap going through.
  • Button sewing on;
    • if a person has never done this it is an easily taught action;
  • Snowflake Cutting– This skill uses hands and scissors to get done, the folding of the paper, the holding & cutting of the paper, and the opening of the paper snowflake designs are all hand muscle skills.
    • This work doesn’t need a lot of experience to be done, but if the individual trying the work is being tested for Parkinson’s disease it can demonstrate how hand uses are ‘stiff’ and how use of materials & tools is impacted by the hands.
  • Makeup application can be a sign also-
    • Like having the individual with the possible Parkinson’s disease apply nail polish to their self AND also possibly onto others.
    • Other make up application processes can shift depending on the skill levels of the applier and the result desires for the test information.
  • Hair work can also be a good test- this depends on whose hair and the type of hair they have also. The longer hair which needs braiding is going to be more difficult for a person with hand troubles.
  • Seam repair;
    • if a person has never done this it can be a harder test for them;
  • Knitting– individuals hold the knitting needles with both hands, so if a person has never done this it’s not a good test for them;
  • Crocheting– individuals don’t need a crochet hook for a simple loop, but the hook allows them to feed and grab the material with one hand doing the needle work and the other holding the weaving strands generally. The weaving is easier with the hook than the fingers for many strand materials and sizes.
  • Cross Stitch– this is following a pattern on material for weaving in and out,
    • Plastic grid sheets, can allow cross stitch tests using yarn and a blunter yarn needle.
    • Canvas backings, the canvas sizes vary, but the holes are way smaller than with the plastic grid sheets. This work is generally done with embroidery floss or similar threads, which come 6 OR 8 strands combined.
      • The strands need to be separated to be worked so that’s more muscle testing also.
    • Macramé uses larger strands, plant holders are often created using macramé weaving; since the strands are more ropey in texture they are rougher for the hands, but they are easier to grip also.
    • Weaving– I’ve never done real weaving, my only experience is weaving potholders with the device that allows square potholders to be woven with use of weaving.
    • Drawing; unlike coloring in the lines is less defined, so it’s easier for those that are losing skill to rearrange creations to seem normal even when they have had problems making them. Thar are the options of doing this with
      • Pencils;
      • Leads;
      • Chalks;
      • Pens;
      • And other drawing tools.
    • Coloring like in
      • Paint by number books with a water paint brush with a finer tip can also demonstrate how that skill compares to use of a pen in writing.
      • Children’s coloring books with crayons OR colored pencil; can show how an individual can do repetitive motions without too much physical stress. Comparing older work that was done can assist in determining the uses of the tools and actions with the coloring.
      • Adult coloring books with markers, ink pens, colored pencils, chalks, watercolor pens/ markers, and maybe also crayons;
      • Painting a large portion of painting skill comes in melding colors and layers of types of paint correctly to create the images that are formed. So while it’s a possible skill test it’s not necessarily the best ‘test’, but individuals may share work hassles with painting that impact the results of their work tremendously.
        • Like with coloring, painting uses broader strokes in some aspects of the work while smaller ones in other aspects of the work.
      • Maze games like those done in children’s coloring, games, and skill books, and on the backs of cereal boxes can show the hand control of an individual follow the pattern. BUT t
        • his should be watched, if the individual is slow and seems to be having a hard time they could be having muscle trouble if they aren’t so drugged that the test is invalid anyway.
      • Skill queries if individuals used to be able to
        • Hold a camera for great photos
          • If they can’t hold the camera, when they love using it, it means there’s a problem stopping them from doing what they like.
        • Hold a phone and can’t grip it any more
          • New flat phones, without cases, are really difficult to grip without extra holding tools, older phones were easier to hold but weren’t as comfortable to use over super long periods.
        • Keyboarding
          • If an individual has been a typist, accountant, secretary, writer, or more it’s likely that muscle problems would also minimize their ability to use the keyboard.
        • Craft Jewelry
          • This is a tight and generally tiny task that means fine muscle control.
        • Cook or Chef
          • It’s possible with some modern tools to avoid use of a knife if you’re having trouble in the kitchen, but use of hands, arms, feet in conjunction are common needs acted on with cooking.
        • Do bead work OR strand work
          • This doesn’t need to be an expensive test, buttons OR beads can be gotten in bunches. Popcorn strands like for Christmas with dried cranberries added can demonstrate the action abilities of hands and arms for a smaller cost.
        • Do other crafts
      • Dot-to-dot pictures like those done in children’s coloring, games, and skill books, can allow the past skills to be compared to the present skills and how the users functioning is getting worse OR not.
        • The line work is often as difficult as writing, but it can be harder because of the span of spaces, but it can be easier if the dot to dot image lines are almost all the same in the shape of the image.
      • Other hand use tests could be used, but I’m not sure what they are other then the ones previously mentioned above.

Historical Information References

One of the best options for having past records is handwriting, because over years of time people write repeatedly, at least before the keyboard has become the tool of the writer. The printing of modern students doesn’t have the versatility, speed, and usefulness that handwriting has had for millennia.  So what can we use for doctors to view as handwriting evidence OR other types of evidence AND where may we locate these? We can work to collect different sets of evidence:

By Age with types included &/OR by types with ages distinct

A time line of writing OR other samples of the same &/OR different styles can assist doctors to see the ‘problems’ better if they exist at all. If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing & put into record then the sooner they can be visible as evidence for quicker treatment to be approached, hopefully with less cost in life problems, lack of care results, and doctor & tests & nurses visit costs and cares. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.

 

  • Ages 0 to 9.99 writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
    • Childhood writing styles are likely to be bigger and wider than the more advanced writing styles grown with practice over time. The styles developed with writing over time can be ‘determined’ by the children during these ages if they want, and if there aren’t injuries that hinder that style processing. BUT other people may find that they need to try and write consistently regularly, because they have a harder time with it than others.
      • These earliest records may OR may not be used depend on the value of the early writing & action records. The record of these early records may OR may not assist the doctor to help more also.
    • Ages 9.99 to 14 through 16 or 17 writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
      • In the early teen years the writing styles in development start becoming finer and more refined. They may find that they need to try and write consistently regularly, because they have a harder time with it than others.
        • Either because of lack of practice OR because of how they naturally write OR because they have suffered injuries that have caused the muscles, tendons, joints, and more to shift the writing style that’s a normality for them.
      • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
    • Ages 14 up to early 20’s &/or 30’s writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
      • In modern times the writing practice during these times of life is tremendously reduced because of computers, cell phones, and other ‘electronic devices.’ There is still a need to practice writing, because it’s a way to ‘be yourself’ and to connect in life to your past.
        • Reviewing my writing since about 4 has shown me this.
      • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
    • Ages 20 &/or 30 up to 40 &/or 50 writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
      • If individuals are suffering diseases, like Parkinson’s the results over time will alter.
        • “An early indicator of Parkinson’s is a change in the size of a person’s handwriting [AND other aspects of hand work and how it is & has been done over time.] Often, a marked decrease in the letter sizes and spaces between the words becomes noticeable…”
          • This is harder to discern with less samples to compare.
          • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
        • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
      • Ages 40 &/or 50 up to 60 writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
        • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
      • Ages 60 up to 70 writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
        • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.
      • Ages 70 up to …? writing, coloring, dot to dots, drawing, maze games, hangman games, and more.
        • If signs are being shown over time, then the sooner the ‘signs’ are showing the sooner treatment can be approached. The record of signs should assist the doctor to help more also.

Rhapsodie’s handwriting, coloring, maze work, and drawing over time with images

[Not done, images are being captured of Rhapsodie’s writing, art, and some other work done over time to compare with the most modern work. BUT that’s taking time which hasn’t been used yet today. Rhapsodie’s writing varies in sizes & styles, at least in some degrees, based on the size of her information and the size of the paper sections OR amounts she has to use. This was much rougher when she was learning to write, but in 6th grade Rhapsodie’s writing was good enough to take notes of a deaf student in that glass after his translator learned to interpret the loops. He could read them right off the paper OR her computer/ tablet/ USB screen.

Trouble Sleeping

https://facty.com/conditions/parkinsons/10-signs-of-parkinsons/8/

Tossing and turning even while deeply asleep can be a sign of Parkinson’s. Some individuals may even fall out of bed during the night. This symptom interrupts sleep patterns and decreases sleep quality, which can exacerbate other symptoms. Half of all people with Parkinson’s disease have muscles that do not completely relax during sleep. This increases the risk of leg cramps and abnormal leg movements at night. Some people even “act out” their dreams by moving their limbs. It is also common for people with Parkinson’s to experience excessive sleepiness during the day [because of not sleeping well at sleep times.

  • BUT Rhapsodie sleeps fine, just super heavy, as well as too much for a normal healthy person at present because of uncared for injuries. Exasperated injuries cause further need for rest to recover and allow more healing for Rhapsodie. BUT her body is so damaged this is very minimal now and it causes more sleep needs.]

9. Constipation [& Leaking Bladder]

Straining to move the bowels can be a sign of Parkinson’s and is also one of the most overlooked symptoms. Parkinson’s affects the nervous system that controls the movement of muscles, so it is logical that it should also affect the bowels and bladder.

  • The bowel can lose its sensitivity and become inefficient, slowing down the digestive process and the movement of waste, leading to constipation.
    • Care is needed to make sure an individual is consuming proper amounts of fiber, so that normal bowel problems are reduced from this assessment. Individuals with other muscle problems will have more knowledge of what is happening, in some ways, than observers who assume they understand without listening to the person suffering something like WHOOPS Disease.
  • The urinary tract actions are controlled by muscles. So leaking bladder is another sign of the muscle weakness that is Parkinson’s disease.
    • Individuals with leaking bladder are more common, but very few of them have Parkinson’s Disease.
10. Excessive Sweating

Parkinson’s disease severely affects the central nervous system. As the disease progresses, changes in the skin can develop. Many individuals with the disease experience excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis for no apparent reason. For women, this symptom can feel similar to hot flashes during menopause. In addition, medications used to treat Parkinson’s disease can cause excessive sweating.

  • Rhapsodie has had some sweating she associates with Menopausal symptoms, but nothing more than that.
  • For the lack of muscle uses the body often finds fat builds up, this can cause excess sweating also, but it does not indicate Parkinson’s Disease most of the time.

[Finding Parkinsons & Treating

The signs above are used by individuals to share with the doctors their Parkinson’s symptoms, but as you read Rhapsodie’s added information you can see how individuals not living with the problems can ‘believe’ Parkinson’s or other problems because of what they think they are seeing. That’s a problem with doctors not treating patients based on what the patients are telling them about things and situations.]

1. Studies and lab tests

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disease created by the build-up of the protein called alpha-synuclein. The disease creates problems with motor function and movement, rigid muscles and severe hand tremors. Roughly 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease every year, and it affects up to 10 million people worldwide…

2. Previously mentioned actions & possible tests

The drawing, writing, coloring in the lines, doing dot to dot, can be indicators of issues with Parkinson’s. Part of the test involves actions and how familiar they are normally AND different they are with Parkinson’s for individuals. Family members & close friends may note issues, while strangers/doctors may assume issues where there aren’t any. The writing style issues, the dot to dot issues, and more can be ‘faked’ with individuals practicing not to be diagnosed. BUT it’s really hard to take years of evidence and dismiss it no matter what the evidence shows.

In fact it may be useful, especially with older & more experienced adults to ask them to update an older work ‘like’ one that’s not recent and see how they do it. I am not a copying person, I hate redoing stuff, but if a doctor took one of my crocheted yarn doubles from the past and handed me the yarn and crochet hook now, it would take some time to get the stitch style again, but I could repeat it if the pattern was remembered enough to do so.

There are simple sewing, stitching, boot lacing, shoe lacing, drawing, actions that are like riding a bicycle able to be done in other ages, but modified ways also. In addition there are actions like mixing pancake batter by hand/fork/whisk and more that aren’t too expensive trials to do. There’s also that finger string game, I think I remember how to set up the starting pattern still, and only string of a type not too hard OR soft is needed. I just used my double crochet line with the kitty toy at the end to do this setup like I remember.

Other Connecting Posts

Diabetic’s and Treatments

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Pain ASSessment Inaccuracies & Health Issues

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

WHOOPS DISEASE 7a- Updates on Continuous & New Symptoms & Some Treatment Issues

Everyone should be aware of updates with the disease, I try to add those onto the list for the last years, but it’s somewhat a sort through and find thing. So for the present I’m just adding symptoms here, because it’s the more recent things for me, my family, and maybe for you too. I’m adding another apology because I do not have the clinical name yet, it’s changed so much over the years since I’ve learned about it, so only the ‘professionals’ with the treatment have the clinical name.  BUT Whoops Disease, named by Rhapsodie is easy to remember AND because many of us get it whoopsily it makes sense for us.

Here are the disease updates I’ve suffered, but the diabetes ‘addition’ to other people’s lives is a huge hassle, AND that goes away for normal people with treatment BUT for diabetics certain treatment time periods take away diabetes also.

Additional symptoms

Additional symptoms and bits beyond the emotional ups and downs which have continued for months through my whole family include:

Hand Shakes/Tremors

Assumed as Parkinson’s by Whoops Ignorant People- BUT it’s Not Likely to be Parkinson’s even though some similarity with tremors, for the majority of Whoops people. The shakes aren’t that dramatic OR even noticeable when hands aren’t empty, and they have no impact on holding things, not like with real issues. More about this in the connected post.

Flaking Head

Within 24 hours of washing & conditioning her hair Rhapsodie has large flakes of skin that are on the scalp. Scratching them off reduces the itch, the treatment is unique:

  • Stop itching the easy to touch head areas, go for the middle back of the head, and scratch a bit there then do something else for 3 to 10 minutes.

Joint Popping

This is loud and frequent, having grown from almost nothing, it sounds like dry cracking bones every time a joint pops. It happens with:

  • Elbows;
  • Knees;
  • And back.

No pain is associated with this, just the relief of pressure and noise.

Eyelid blinks

  • This issue arises about 2/3rds of the way through the disease. The blinking is uncontrolled, BUT every individual with WHOOPS DISEASE has it happen in the later stages of the disease. Unlike the nerve responses with Parkinson’s as muscles are relaxing, this happens whenever.

Groin Pimples & Boils

Men & women get these.

  • The issues are for normal pimples in moist enclosed groin areas, BUT a large boil goes near the butt hole and lives there for months before the Problems with Diabetes hassles I’ve recently suffered in the last month in a half. There was nothing during that last cycle.

Watery Ears

The ears in sleeping get to be filled with a whitish ear wax, that seems very watery.

Vocal Issues

  • Vocal issues are an oddball symptom of WHOOPS DISEASE also. This includes:
    • Slurred speech;
    • Super loud long voice mid disease, lost my job;
    • Problems with the vocal system if acid reflux isn’t treated before the vocal system is eaten away;
    • Speaking & Yelling ISSUES, which are most recent, which cause hearers to only hear part of what you are saying. The parts they don’t hear feel like echoing bouncing on your body with what you say.
  • Plus there are times when you think you’ve said something, but you are only thinking it. Men are the ones with this issue, but women could suffer it also.

Burping Hassles

  • Gas gets in the gut and hurts if you don’t let it go. It’s only gas, but drinking water, soda, and anything without protein added will give you gas.

Burping Hassles Treatment Plans & Cares

  • Try to burp is a useful action,
  • Drinking highly carbonated drinks can help also,
  • I’ve found using hydrogen peroxide, like 1/4 to 1/8 of a teaspoon in 1 cup of water is a big gas helper. Try to avoid taking too much so you don’t have other issues than gas.
    • Take care with this if you take too much you’ll be farting as well as burping.
    • The pharmaceutical is way cheaper than the food grade and is more viable if you aren’t getting any additional additives. My container is a mix of stabilized hydrogen peroxide & purified water, it has 3% of hydrogen peroxide meaning I use more than a tinsy bit.\

Diabetes Problems

More notes are added to a new page, WHOOPS DISEASE- 7b. Problems with Diabetes, to reduce the size of this information, BUT to also allow more detailing based on what Rhapsodie has found and heard of with suffering of WHOOPS DISEASE. Sorry I still haven’t paid to open up the email option with WordPress, I’ve also had an account BUT have forgotten that it existed until recently.

Hemorrhoid Issues

  • The hard & soft pooping problems can cause hemorrhoids that are unlikely for you at your age. So there are options to take care of things:

Hemorrhoid Treatment Plans & Cares

For hemorrhoids, you can reduce the suffering and future issues by taking care as things OR even before things happen.  Like use of the a higher fiber content in your diet, and possibly also prunes to keep your shits regular.

Fiber Actions

If you find that you are using any fiber food, make sure it’s enough to be good for you, because “[m]ost Americans don’t eat enough fiber less than 20 grams [a] day[,] instead of a healthier 25 to 30 grams [a] day”. Borushek, A, Calorie Fat & Carbohydrate Counter, 2006, p. 276) A cereal with fiber, like Honey Nut Cheerios is not that high in fiber with only 2 grams per serving, this is versus 1 packet of Quaker Oatmeal with 4 or 5 grams per serving.

Look at the Popular Food Comparison Chart image for more information of SOME fiber food comparisons, and look beyond the starches. A set of great foods generally high in fiber are vegetables, fruits, and others that are starches but are not processed. As a newer Calorie King book shares, but you can also find the information checking the nutrition on vegetables and even fruits for more info that you can find in stores OR online.

  • Spinach fiber, cooked 1/2 cup= 2.2 grams of fiber
  • Broccoli fiber, cooked 1/2 cup= 2.4 grams of fiber

But take care with vegetables and fruits the preparations can shift & vary the fiber amounts AND so can what ‘exact’ types of fruits OR veggies are gotten. Some places have nutrition lists in the vegetable departments, some don’t. The preparations into packages allow the calorie listings to be examined, but if you’re going with gardened foods, you may want to do some other calorie & fiber research based on what is being grown and more.

So even though the generalized listings are okay, don’t just use them alone when you are eating if you’re really trying to be more accurate in helping yourself. Especially if you can pull from the package and use those listings, instead of the generalized list.

Also the exact same supplier may have various amounts of info for the type of products which can vary with production and more. The fiber variables with Goya garbanzo beans is an example, beware the product I have in my cupboard has different listing numbers, so they may have altered the manufacture OR the growth stages of the plant may have shifted contents…Spring, summer, and fall plants are varied in fiber, calorie, carb, and possibly other amounts:

So, if you can always work to make sure your fiber intake is great, probably even better than is good normally. Like having at least 2 or 3 higher fiber servings per day OR at least some fiber with every meal or snack. Doing this so that the poops are less of a problem, like adding additional amounts of the greater fiber foods, like-

Like with fruits and vegetables the processing, the variations, and the brands of the product can shift the fiber values a bit.

Only a few of the found oatmeal options were added here, there are varieties of amounts in packets and prepared serving sizes. There are also variations of preparations from steel cut oatmeal, to quick cooking oats which also have various fiber counts.

    • High Fiber Snacks like
      • Triscuits as daily serving snack OR meal.
      • Granola as daily serving snack OR meal.
      • Wheat crackers,
      • Other
    • High Fiber Brand Cereals like
      • Frosted Mini Wheats as daily serving snack OR meal.
      • Oat Bran Cereal as daily serving snack OR meal.
      • Other

Poop Work Actions

So for healthier and less painful pooping eating healthier is a huge benefit. In addition for pooping more easily:

  • Make sure to use Vaseline on your rear hole every time you shit, this softens your ass and helps you avoid wounding yourself with super hard shits.
  • Also please try to muscle suck it up, so you can rearrange what poop ‘forms’ are coming out.
    • I have had to  use my fingers, to break up the
      • Baseball feeling, larger than golf ball size mass.
      • The multiple golf balls worked out better with finger breakups also.
        • SO make sure to have finger cleaning wipes/ solutions or a SINK ready to treat your hands with these hassles.

With these ass work and poop issues having a cleansing solution immediate is a super big help as well as being a lot more healthy.

Sneezing is super heavy

  • That means using a face mask is not enough, using a handkerchief wrap over the face mask may not be comfortable, but a face pad with the mask can also work asorbitively.

Avoid passing lung fluids

  • Wear a face mask;
  • Do not sneeze or cough on your hands; Use elbow OR shoulder so you don’t spread the stuff.
  • Using bleach and boiling water should kill the ‘bugs’ ALSO dry heat will kill them, so a normal wash is fine with a hot air dryer.
  • Using a burn can in an oven with fire can destroy any tissues capturing lung mucus & sneeze crap that may hold the infection.

Sound Sensitivity

  • This has begun for me, pitchey noises get louder and more annoying, this is supposed to continue and get worse until it disappears. This can continue for 1 week up to 3 weeks, I’m suffering the early stages now.

Treatment Ideas

  • Outside nature sounds do not have this bothering effect;
  • Voices might OR might not;
  • Music; TV; Computer; and other electronic sounds cause a pitchy noise problem leading to headaches, so preparing by having
    • Ear plugs (normal foam ones);
    • Noise pitch ear plugs;
    • Noise canceling headsets;
    • Noise life plans;
      • Tell family about the situations so they can be prepared to live with you through these situations.
      • Work mates & job people might be able to work with you also, your boss can hopefully have plans to work with you through  these times.

Abnormal Planters Warts (which are what I assume are happening)

  • Plus for people is the planters warts in the feet causing horrid foot pains. These like fill the foot with pain spread through the whole foot.
    • Treatment gets rid of these, if they aren’t the ‘normal’ planters warts infections.
    • Surgery to remove the pains could be an option, but you might not want the option if we determine the clinical ‘name’ of Whoops Disease for correct doctor treatment and care FIRST.  Hah, most of my doctors are treating me for other things like:
      • Diabetes,
      • Asthma (which I do not have so use chamomile tea)
      • Colds (which I treat as on other pages WITHOUT prescriptions)
      • Acid Re-flux (which I treat naturally with unpasteurized cider vinegar & honey before bed.)
    • My natural Whoops Disease, during disease, treatments are listed in the other pages, linked below for any who want to read more.

Blood Pressure Problems

  • There are also blood pressure problems, mostly for males, so the doctors are treating the symptoms resulting from the Whoops Disease problems and their assumptions about a patient’s weight Body Mass type.
    • In my family one of the males, over 60 years of age, also has gotten a blood vessel blockage in his left leg. This MAY OR MAY NOT be totally a WHOOPS issue. If he is treated for WHOOPS DISEASE before going in for surgery it’s possible that tests will prove that this is either caused OR not caused by WHOOPS DISEASE, but if he is pretreated for blood vessel blockage then there is no WHOOPS DISEASE proof to share.

Possible Kidney Issues related with High Potassium levels

  • For women over the age of 60, with Potassium levels being high, kidney problems may be found. Especially if they are treating their acid reflux with those over the counter medications. Which raise levels of Potassium by reducing levels of acid in the body.

Possible Ways to reduce Potassium Problems with the Body

  • Like with the microbes in the intestines, the acids in the body are both healthy & healthy in some forms.
    • So use of
      • the unpasteurized vinegar +
      • local area honey
      • with a cup of hot OR warm water
        • for acid reflux & stomach digestion issues can be good if done right.
      • Doing this right involves-
        • Use of unpasteurized vinegar
        • Having this done before bed OR early in the day followed by teeth cleaning, like within a half an hour, to reduce the acid eat on the teeth,
      • assists the body in remaining healthy while also DOES NOT INCREASE POTASSIUM in the system.

Other Benefits of Unpasteurized Cider Vinegar & Local Honey

As we’ve mentioned in other areas there are benefits with use of the unpasteurized cider vinegar & local area honey.  These two ingredients are not the ‘cheaper’ ingredients of these types to buy, but they are way healthier than the over the counter medicines with the ‘bad side effects’ and more issues as yet undetermined.

Take care to avoid problems with the natural medicines
  • This treatment with unpasteurized cider vinegar & honey still has acid, though definitely not as much as the pasteurized (boiled) vinegar does.
    • So the teeth can suffer a lot, if you don’t take care to fully clean your teeth immediately, at least within a half an hour, after use.
Values of the natural medicines
  • Less stomach issues which have use of over the counter treatments, which unpasteurized cider vinegar & honey provide, like the
    • Acid reflux medications;
    • Tums/ Rolaids
  • Reduced allergy problems that increase over time with the natural uses
    • I, who is not yet 50, used to be allergic to things, so that in the years early with acid reflux, about the age of 30 or so, I needed to start taking allergy medications all the time. NOW I TAKE NONE because of the natural treatments & because of avoiding perfumes & ‘cleansers’ I’m allergic to.
    • I am not allergic to dogs anymore, it took about 1 to 2 years, but the itchy eyes and itchy/ drippy nose went away after using the mixture continuously for that time. I still continue the treatment, so I still have those benefits.

When I was about 3 or 4 I loved the smell of Golden Rod plant, it was buttery sweet, but by the age of 9 or 10 I couldn’t get anything but no smell from it. Returning to the county in the 90’s the plant was a little dense for my sinuses. But in the around 2008 I started the cider vinegar & honey treatments. Last year the Golden Rod smelled buttery sweet again, yeehah!!!

Other Connecting Posts

Please beware they are grouped based on a style of topics.

Diabetic’s and Treatments

[Sorry posts still need dividing & completing for better online reading.]

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Pain ASSessment Inaccuracies & Health Issues

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#30- Growing PAIN Problems 

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Pain ASSessment Inaccuracies & Health Issues

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

Exterior Work my Comments at Home Advisor

Because of comments I made at Home Advisor sharing my information I’m adding my writing about MULTIPLE COMMENTS on A HOME ADVISOR PAGE THAT were made by me. This is in case anyone comes to this site because I made those comments. Often I do not share information about home work, but I’ve done research, have done painting, and have tried to make sure I learn how to do work before taking the time to do it.

After learning how to do work I try to make sure the actions I tried live well over time. So the application of plastic siding instead of paint likely have multiple variables that impact the coverage beyond the materials used. Because of some knowledge gained with time & work in exterior paint jobs as well as ideas from the comments on that Liquid Siding- Worth a Look? Home Advisor page, I’m adding that information here for reference.

Planning to do outside work is generally a normal consideration for homeowners around this time of year, being spring. The options for outside work depend, but property care is a constant endeavor, so there are often tasks that are shifted and varied depending on materials considered and costs factored with these considerations. Many individuals that don’t consider the future, are so short term in what is considered that they fail to calculate future care costs and values when considering options for the present. Money is generally the main cost consideration, but time, energy, effort, care needs, work efforts, problem costs from lack of care impact all of these decisions.

When calculation the costs and values in products and materials for work and for projects there are many options and many considerations. For instance with the Liquid Siding, what is the material is as important as how is the material applied and who does the application. That’s why I shared my comments on Home Advisor, because the liquid vinyl ‘paint’ material seems wonderful versus normal paint being that if applied correctly the care over time is tremendously reduced.

Comments– on the Home Advisor page about Liquid Siding

Marie Harsh, July 3:

I had liquid siding put on my house 10 yrs ago. The cost was very fair. To this day it still looks as good as it did from day 1, I haven’t had to do any upkeep and the bugs don’t like it.

Rhapsodie’s Words in response to Marie’s Comments with Additional Notes

But what product did Marie use? &

What application process was used &

Who were the appliers?

At times many people do not read the instructions, at times people that read the instruction do not follow the instructions correctly either so they end up with product problems.

For materials like paints the applications vary with the form of the product, spray paint versus applicator paints have various pros & cons with different application procedures & needs. Some application considerations include temperatures & humidity levels with applications.

Often products mention temperatures to be above OR between AND

  • this may not mean atmospheric temperatures, but SURFACE TEMPERATURES, humidity levels to be under.
    • Painters working in the correct atmosphere may still need to work on different surface locations with those correct conditions because of various surfaces and the needs with those.
      • Like applying paint on the south in the middle of the day IS BAD,
        • when the sun was out all day in the evening after the sun sets while the times are dry can be better.
        • OR in the morning if the night was dry and the humidity level was correct.]

Professional painters organize application times and patterns based on various application needs and processes with the materials, the surfaces, and the time needs with that work. Anyone trying to cut the application times, with how they do the work and when they do it are likely to cause future problems AND reduce the lifespan of the work values because of their actions.

For the Liquid Vinyl Siding, because the material is ‘newer’ the application methods aren’t as widely broadcast OR experimented with as are methods and actions with painting. Because of that businesses selling or sharing those products should have taken the time to develop good use processes. Sandi suffered because this wasn’t done when she used the product, she blamed the wood surface, but I’m sure there were multiple factors impacting that application AND the results being suffered by her and her family.

Rhapsodie’s Words About Products & Procedures from this comment are added into an additional page, but were shared at Home Advisor also.

Home Work Rhapsodie’s Words Shares:

Exterior Work my Comments at Home Advisor

Business Continuation Steps… PLUS

#23- Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part- A- Section 1 through 4a

More here continuing from #22- Patient’s & Doctor’s NEED to Communicate Well  A 2nd idea could be useful in fixing the issue with pain ratings, is having a combined medical Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part A & Part B, for the doctors to use while the patients are also doing their work with their Picture PAIN Diaries with timelines.  There are some ideas that just require doing a little bit of work and there are aspects that involve more work and this is one of those things needing more work because it comes with Part A & Part B

While the previously shared picture diary ideas can provide ways for technicians making assessments of X-rays, MRIs, CTs, and Ultrasounds to do more accurate work. The picture diary idea along with The Schmidt Stinging Pain Scale ALTERED by Rhapsodie’s Ideas, of using common practices, would not greatly switch or change any present medical care, other than to get an accurate overall assessment of pain by improvements done in comparisons.

b- Needle PartsInstead of using bee stings, the alteration would be based on shots and lab assessments using needles, with the simple question ‘Please rate your pain” after giving shots of certain types to patients, AND adding that information to their assessment.  The work of use of needles of varying definition and size with a large variety of patients will have both the differences of the application, the person doing the application, and the patient. The needle length, cannula, and the needle gauge, density, can greatly vary with locations of use and types of use.  Yes these things mean other variables beyond the body.

I’ve been a type 1- diabetic, with diabetes myelitis, since I was 5. Over the years I learned to take shots almost painlessly, in the fatty areas of my body. Nerve endings are closest to muscles, so when shots are taken rubbing a finger over the skin can show muscle placements. ALSO if the skin is taunt there is less likelihood of friction resistance and bruising which is also painful. BUT some shots are more painful, like if they go into muscles or joints, so those are additional variables beyond who is giving the shot, the needle density gauge being used, the location for the shot, and the skill of the shot giver.

But if I as a patient get lab technicians who ask me about pain with the use of a needle and my mom does with the same person, my mom with her lower pain tolerance suffers pain way more than I even notice it.   AND because of the ability to have professional conjunctions with the millions of other people that also have needles used on their bodies in various forms through life there can be more accurate individual pain charting made.  With the Relational Corresponding Pain Chart there are specified records needed.

Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part A– Section 1 through 4a

  1. Who is applying the needle, what are their application ratings, and what application are they doing?
    • Some people have worked to perfect their use of needles to keep their patients from suffering,
    • some have a specified type of work they do regularly, and
    • others have a broader range for types of care that they do.
  2. What needle is being used?
    • Length– is from the point to the reservoir.
      • This generally varies in accord with the location for the insertion AND the body mass type in that area of insertion.
    • Gauge– is the thickness of the amount being inserted it generally shifts with the capacitance as well as the needs in situation too.
      • This varies with the type of collections AND the type of medicines being shared.
    • Reservoir– This is the body capacity of the needle, in many cases a reservoir varies but the length and gauge can be the same as another of a different size.
    • Purpose Type – A bone needle would be a different type than a fluid needle.
    • Location for use-
      • When I have low sugar shot of sugar the needle gauge is thicker so my shuddering and shifting body doesn’t break the needle into my body.
      • When I take an insulin ‘shot’ it’s a much smaller gauge, but with being still there’s no need for the thicker gauge.
  1. Have individuals list other information that can vary ratings for them. This is in the chart at number INDIVIDUAL PATIENT present life RATINGS as averages of information like last sleep and emotions plus other information that can be added is of use.
    • Activity & Exhaustion vary blood flows and likely also pain levels.
      • When I’m excited or busy working, my blood is flowing hard, I can bump or bruise myself and hours later realize what happened, possibly.
      • When I’m tired I can bruise or injure myself and it generally feels like worse pain, like because my cells are tired too.
        • When my sugar gets low, or another gets drunk, the blood is thinner so it doesn’t coagulate as easily so less bruising BUT also less pain.
    • Blood flows can also vary with emotions, because the chemicals released in the bloodstream from emotions can also shift how the blood acts. When my sugar is low my blood is thin, less food in it, it flows faster that’s different from epinephrine/adrenaline hormone because that faster blood is food filled.
      • Adrenaline–  “a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands, especially in conditions of stress, increasing rates of blood circulation, breathing, and carbohydrate metabolism and preparing muscles for exertion: Also called epinephrine.” (https://www.bing.com/search?q=adrenilin&pc=MOZI&form=MOZLBR )
      • [E]pinephrine “[ep″ĭ-nef´rin]- a hormone produced by the adrenal medulla; called also adrenaline (British). Its function is to aid in the regulation of the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system. At times when a person is highly stimulated, as by fear, anger, or some challenging situation, extra amounts of epinephrine are released into the bloodstream, preparing the body for energetic action. Epinephrine is a powerful vasopressor that increases blood pressure and increases the heart rate and cardiac output. It also increases glycogenolysis and the release of glucose from the liver, so that a person has a suddenly increased feeling of muscular strength and aggressiveness.”
      • Does Exercise Cause an Adrenaline Rush? “Regular exercise training can increase your mood. With regular exercise comes a reduction in the levels of epinephrine at rest…depletion of epinephrine on a daily basis that can come from being over-stimulated can lead to fatigue. Less fatigue can mean a happier mood.”

      • Animal Instincts of the Human Body…“Essentially, what …was not adrenaline blocking any pain sensors, but the fact that [the persons] attention was engaged so strongly in other activities that they were distracted from the feeling pain… Subjects infused with adrenaline reported an increase in pain if their sole focus was on their pain, and would report a decrease in pain if they were distracted while the painful stimulus was administered.”

b- 0-10 pain rating INFO Capture A

Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part A– Section 4

4. Gather individual patient ratings corresponding to the needle user; the needle in use, type of use, and the body area of location use. The 3 variables shift here with…

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#22- Patient’s & Doctor’s NEED to Communicate Well

More here continuing from #21- Improve Medical Assessments & Limit Legal Hassles  But there is NO way the doctors have used to relate to me that they can use in making accurate assessments. That’s not a complicated or difficult step to take it just requires taking time to care, keep records, and process them PLUS working to learn outside of your own present knowledge. Let your patient’s speak so you understand them.

Getting Patient COMMUNICATION is Necessary to Help Eliminate More Problems

For me my problems have been made worse with the lack of accurate measuring, the lack of accurate record keeping, and the lack of my own care in recognizing the issues that caused injury before I felt pain which was delayed until infection resulted weeks or months later.  That’s why when I find my pain is totally reduced with use of ANTIBIOTICS the fear of relational problems with infections are added to my reasons to pursue future courses of action against doctors and medical services.

And unless the doctors and medical services work with the patients there will not be good assessments.  Rhapsodie’s Ideas for the Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart works in harmony with the Picture PAIN Diaries with timelines, also somewhat described below as well as being fully demonstrated in the previous posts under Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary starting on this site at present from #11- 2013 and continuing into #18- February 2018.

This can assist both patients and doctors to have pain measures that are more accurate in making assessments with averages of pain gathered through time.  This could require that the doctors give patients a way to form diaries of pain and it can help patients to make their own pain pictorial diaries more relational for doctors.  BUT the pain diaries will not be useful if the doctor doesn’t take the time to look and read through the charted information of the patient.

PLEASE REMEMBER these assessments with the ratings can shift and vary as well as the pain types BUT the doctor’s may gain some more accurate information if the details are related in a way that they will understand more accurately.  These are only ideas for tools to assist them with their care.

For Patient’s BETTER Pain Assessment Preparations can correspond to Better CARE

As previously mentioned the question of ‘How much pain are you in? Followed by the rate your levels from 0 to 10,’ by doctors and medical people isn’t good enough for accurate assessments of pain. We need more accurate understanding like:

  • Savage’s information, previously shared, about getting relational pain assessments.
  • General Visual Charts like shared by the National Institute on Pain Control (NIPC) information would produce a better chart for time and pain by patients.
  • The Visual Detailing PAIN Diaries with timelines of pain in a form like flipbooks or picture runs could help the doctors to be more accurate in making diagnosis’?
  • Using a Relational Corresponding Pain Chart to relate individual pain assessments of 0 to 10 ratings that is more than personally understood by doctors.
    • Rhapsodie details this more below.

The points above are areas that can be used to improve all pain assessments, but how can a relational corresponding pain chart be built to improve present systems?

Work For Medical People & Doctors

BUT the doctor’s may gain some more accurate information if the details are related in a way that they will understand more accurately.  These are only ideas for tools to assist them with their care. These ideas can work together with allowing doctors more understanding of their individual patient’s pain values AND showing them images they may miss in just ‘seeing’ a patient for 10 minutes every 3 to 36 months.

1st- Visual Detailing with Picture PAIN Diaries with timelines
  • Patients-
    • What is hugely beneficial with that is the fact that the instant you suffer you can start making up a relatable visual for doctors to flip through or see in assessments,
    • EXAMPLE

b. Picture Diary Example

  • Doctors & Medical People-
    • this will be greatly assisted by doctors providing you a method to use as a time & feeling pain diary-
      • especially if you have a prepared action outline for your patient’s to use, so
      • you’ll have an easier time seeing what they share.
    • Visual testing-
      • For testing like with an ultrasound of that arm it is likely to cause minimal pain, it is safe, and it is non-invasive.  Also it is cheaper than an MRI or a CT scan, but you can waste time and money if you are not looking correctly.
      • It’s easier to get an accurate test if you, doctors are accurate in asking for what you are testing AND your testers/ technicians/ radiologists are looking at the correct places in reviewing the pictures..

Visual testing can improve if there are relatable pictures from the feelings you and I have with the actual areas and parts of our problems that the doctors & medical people don’t accurately get with generalized assessments.

2nd- Relational Corresponding Pain Chart

A 2nd idea could be useful in fixing the issue with pain ratings, is having a combined medical Relational Corresponding PAIN Chart Part A & Part B, for the doctors to use while the patients are also doing their work with their Picture PAIN Diaries with timelines.  There are some ideas that just require doing a little bit of work and there are aspects that involve more work and this is one of those things needing more work because it comes with Part A & Part B

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#21- Improve Medical Assessments & Limit Legal Hassles

More here continuing from #20- For Doctors & Medical People to Work On Continuously  … AND this is only the actions for medical people to practice AND there are benefits including limiting legal hassles as well as improving patient/ customer care.

  • Reducing the Doctor’s & Medical Service Groups Fear of LEGAL Hassles
    • Doctor’s & Medical Service Group’s HAVE TO DO THEIR WORK PROPERLY because the continual IT HAS TO BE A KNOWN ISSUE crap causes more legal issues.
      • How can you know any issue if you don’t take the time, effort, and energy to make a real determination of the issue?
      • How can you do your work properly if you are not:
        • Making proper assessments?
        • Listening to the patient?
        • Making sure to read accurate records?
        • Making sure to make accurate records?
        • Really investigating issues?
          • A patient who is paying to see doctors is not shittingly wasting money for your crappy assessments.
          • A patient who is spending time, energy, effort, to get assessments is not suffering to see you to get nothing from you.
        • You are wasting your time in having the patient come again and again instead of working to get to the real issue instead of the real issues taking place.
          • More visits by a patient take more of your time,
          • More visits by patient’s progressively worsening also mean more likelihood for lawsuit.
          • More visits by patient’s progressively worsening are also cutting more time for care of other patient’s you may have also increasing your problems for lawsuit.
        • So the issues for lawsuit grow with the lack of care for patients growing.
          • National Healthcare is SHIT!
          • Health Insurance control of the healthcare industry is SHIT!
          • WE the PEOPLE suffer our own stupidity in allowing others to care for us when we should be caring for ourselves.
            • But this causes a doctor to fear also, at least it should, because I will not go to a doctor unless I determine I need to, thus, they will lose business and that’s mean less money for them to be in business.
          • Patient’s like me who have real problems left untreated are more likely to sue, because years of suffering & the lack of good medical care increase problems that could have been avoided with work of doctors done right in the 20th century that are being done wrong in the 21st.
    • If a patient is satisfied you may not get a single reward other than their payment to you out of it, then again you may get more if you request it.  BUT you are guaranteeing costs added to you by not taking care of your patients correctly.
      • There are malpractice suites, AND
      • there are also liability suites that can be for any liability you are guilty for costing the client problems.

CARE & Actions versus lawsuits

2- CARE & Actions versus lawsuits

Rhapsodie has the idea of the Relational Corresponding Pain Charting because her suffering is only increasing with NO CARE and a body that is gradually getting worse in multiple areas. For Rhapsodie care is not a drug, it is work done to fix problems that are truly in existence. That situation has a consistency to symptoms in comparison with what others have suffered and with a previously diagnosed disease that Rhapsodie can’t officially name for you, but she calls it Whoops disease.

But there is NO way the doctors have used to relate to me that they can use in making accurate assessments. That’s not a complicated or difficult step to take it just requires taking time to care, keep records, and process them PLUS working to learn outside of your own present knowledge. Let your patient’s speak so you understand them…

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#20- For Doctors & Medical People to Work On Continuously

More here continuing from #19- Medical ASSESSMENT Improvement Ideas Begin With  It’s a lack of this self-examination that causes everyone to become more arrogant and less accurate in their decision making.

I mean if you hear a squeak, squeak, squeak, when you put your foot down on the brakes of  your car you assume there’s a problem with your brakes.  It could be a brake pad, a brake shoe, a lack worn rotor, an unbalanced tire, or something else though. AND the common poor person who has knowledge of car work will take the time and money to fix the problem themselves, but the busy person may hire another to do that work and they may end up paying more because they wait so long to get treatment for their car.

BUT they could also go to a BAD mechanic and they end up paying again and again to get their car treated by THAT mechanic.  BUT they could also go to another mechanic and get another assessment, AND because that new mechanic does the work to make the diagnosis the solution may have been as simple having the wrong size brake pads added by the first mechanic. AND that is life and death, but it’s the car, not the body that is lived in every second of the day.

With our doctors their own actions OR lack can cause deathly problems or even problems that kill a person’s soul in their youth or middle age.  So here is a beginning checklist of the needs for Doctors & Medical people to work on continuously as found with the lack of care from my own problems, hopefully you also have ideas for solutions to the problems and hopefully we all get doctors that work to do well with listening and learning from the people they are caring for:

  • Getting more than Basic Details
    • Have you the doctor made inaccurate assessments?
    • Have you the doctor shared details of definition when you assign titles to things like pain?
  • Relational Corresponding Pain Charting done correctly
    • Have you the doctor heard what the patient is really feeling?
    • Have you the doctor taken the time to learn the feelings?
    • Making Sure to Know How Pain Variables Can Alter What a Person Says
      • Infections are not the same as a scrape, the pain is different also.
      • Taste pain is a surface and cell reaction that’s different than a burned mouth.
    • Relational Corresponding Pain Charting Work includes sharing the body pictures that your patients can color in demonstrating their feelings with different body areas.
      • The previous posts under Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary beginning with post #11- 2013 has more images showing how using basic body shapes can detail information better for doctors.
      • If you add the details of the color shade variations for pain persistence they they can add to the charts for all of your patients.
  • b. Blank Chart with color pain match added
    • AND with taking the time to enlarge the shapes using the basic outline at first, even asking the patient to point to the pain on their body you can pull out blank body part pictures for them to color onto.
      • Actually the nurse initially when the patient comes in to be weighed can do that.
      • OR the doctor could send the patient home with the blanks or links to the doctor’s website with blanks that they can color and date for different days or weeks or months of pain.
  • b. Lower legs with Color Chart
  • Defining your doctoral Care information more accurately when talking with patients.
    • For example: What is your, doctoral, definition of Chronic Pain?
      • Rhapsodie’s feeling about the diagnosis Chronic Pain is that the pain is constant &/OR consistently the same &/OR in the exact same location.
    • Sharing more details of estimates & information with patients, so they have a more complete picture of your assessment and prescriptions for care.
  • Getting Better Medical Technical Assessments
    • Have you the doctor viewed the resulting images in accord with the tests you have asked for OR
      • do you persist in believing an overworked technician will be able to open every single image and do an accurate diagnosis when it’s easier for them to read previous reports & make ASSinine declarations?
    • Are you allowing a Medical Technician to Assess the Body, when they should have assembled the pictures & shared them with you, so you can make the assessment?
      • X-rays; MRIs; CT Scans, and Ultrasounds can all be shared with office emails, USB’s, SD’s, &/or Visual view clips attached to documents AND they can show the discrepancies by being prepared with use Ctrl + a certain amount of times OR with image clips showing the specs?
    • The problem with gathering accurate details corresponds with record keeping and relating with the information accurately.
      • This means more work requiring time by technicians AND
        • Medical Personnel & Doctor’s to record information including the associable pain measures onto a relatable scale for more accurate assessments.
          • Medical people and Doctors then have to read the reports of pain information for each individual they are treating. Including:
            • Physical therapist reports;
            • Nurse pain reports;
            • Lab pain reports and
          • Any other personal pain report and match assessments for individuals.

AND this is only the actions for medical people to practice AND there are benefits including limiting legal hassles as well as improving patient/ customer care…

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#19- Medical ASSESSMENT Improvement Ideas Begin With…

More here continuing from #18- February 2018- With Updated Assessments & Images  That’s why Rhapsodie has ideas that can assist in helping the doctors who ask us as patients to rate our pain on a scale from 0 to 10 to get better information…

Don’t you just hate going to the doctor and mentioning an ache or a pain and they say, ‘Rate that from 1 to 10’? And there you are thinking

  • ‘it’s not a regular pain it comes and goes when I do this or do that.’ OR
  • ‘when I eat this or drink that it changes or varies.’  Or
  • ‘this is a deep pain it’s more like a bruise in the bone not on the bone.’

But all they ask is for you to rate your pain while they are using their own estimates of pain to make that ASSessment. For instance the doctor years ago with my UTI commented that he’d be screaming in pain and I barely had an itch.

With the previous reading you can see how the National Institute on Pain Control (NIPC) information would produce a great chart basis from their Pain Assessment Scales.  Details can easily be added with areas of pain variances charted with time and effort of the patient, as was demonstrated the PAIN DIARY with Rhapsodie’s Visually Detailing Pain & Variations. Just think about how dropping a tool on your unprotected toes would feel and now imagine slamming your finger with a hammer, yes both would hurt but you’re likely hopping in consideration of your toes.  AND that’s your body not 2 different individual’s bodies.

I dislike burning my tongue on super spicy food, but other people love it, I have a super high pain tolerance and others have a much lower tolerance.  That’s just normal life, so how can we trust that the doctors who say, “Just tell me the pain you have rate it from 1 to 10” and they don’t even qualify the 1, 5, or the 10.  Because for me 10 is like the nasty migraine headache I had once that was so bad I could feel the pain of blood rushing in my head, until I barfed from it. I’ve never had pain like that since, not even when my broken arm bone was sticking out of my skin, if comparing those two I’d say the arm was like a 6.  b. Cat Scratches- P1680006But that’s because for me 1 is more than a sore muscle, more than a cat scratch,more than pulled hair, more than a needle poke.  And that’s why I think having a pain assessment process with medical care could be useful.

BUT this can only begin if the medical team is questioning their initial assessments AND the reports they have received from other so called medical professionals.  There is a reason certain doctors become so popular and it’s not for their good looks, even though some are handsome or beautiful, it’s because they take the time to look beyond other’s ASSessments in making their own.

When doctors and hospitals don’t work properly they can make the patient problems grow as well as the amount of time and effort they need to take in caring for people. AND they add to increased decreased productivity with society, at least if my case is similar to others. So doctors & hospitals & medical people should ALWAYS BE ASKING

  • Am I right?
  • Is my assumption accurate?
  • Could there be another reason I’m not looking at?
  • Am I taking time to make sure I am right with my prognosis?

It’s a lack of this self-examination that causes everyone to become more arrogant and less accurate in their decision making.

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#18- February 2018- With Updated Assessments & Images

More here continuing from #17- Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- April 2017 Because months have passed since my last entry I’m adding details from the present situation and the pain shifting.  A situation which the doctors have listed as chronic pain, they’re stupid about that, but then they only read what others share with them before making a diagnosis. The February 2018 post demonstrates how the so called ‘chronic pain’ isn’t, it’s in fact circumstantial driven by life AND lack of proper treatment.

There has been a reduction in pain because I do not do much of anything.  My huge 583 square foot tiny home doesn’t make me move a lot to do anything.  The pain that I feel is taken care of by not doing anything, that’s not healthy but it sure saves money and stupid drugging by doctors who prescribe damaging drugs instead of taking care of the problems OR prescribing natural treatments to take care of problems. The misdiagnosis and lack of investigative care are leading to problems beyond the initial ones.

I’m going to show pictures of present pain at times with comparisons from the past, but there’s not of added detail because those were shared in previous posts.  Please think of the value of having doctors who do better work with pain assessments and how that may also help you!

2017 Body Pain Picture

b- April 2017 Pain Pictures Colored

2018- Body Pain Picture

You’ll notice in comparing the images that the pain has decreased, this makes sense with the depreciation of movement and the season of winter.

b. Feb. 2018- Pain Changes

You can see how the spread of the pain has varied; now the lower left calf feels like it’s splitting over and around the talus, the center bone of the ankle. The right calf is stiffened with clumps that can be rubbed painfully away, likely it’s because of core clotting outside the bone. The upcoming pictures demonstrate how the bone shifting with the legs have damaged things.

b. Lower right calf pain & bent bone

b. Lower Left calf bones & Pains

Dr. Gingras determined that the right calf outer bone was bending and arthritis was possible in the left knee area, so it doesn’t surprise me that the pain nerves at the connections of those areas suffer also. Problems grown from lack of care are barely discernible now, but they are likely to just get more and more damaging in the years to come even if the doctors do a fully accurate treatment.

If you logically feel out the results from the ‘found’ problems and you look to the pain issues resulting from the lack of proper treatment you can see why these problems are growing.  I felt like the doctors didn’t want to do anything even when they offered to do surgery to treat the blood clotting on my right calf.  It may have been I read the situation incorrectly, but my primary care doctor should have received notification of that recommendation and I’m not sure that was done either. Maybe my strong pain tolerance threatened their assessments of their own accuracy in diagnoses.

Hip & Knee Problems CREATED from lack of care

This image shows the problem areas and new areas of pain that are inconsistent in amount but they have grown from a lack of care.

b. 2 Hip & Knee Problems created

I’m not sure if you could read the info under the pictures so I’m adding an enlarged version here, but the credits for the figures are shared above:

b. Clipped- Bone issues with lower legs

Arm Problem Extensions

Previously we discussed how the problems with the uses of the left arm increased the problem possibility for the Left Arm Rotator Cuff.  Now the wrist and the elbow are arthritically threatened, because as shown previously rheumatoid arthritis results from lack of care as well as other things.

Images displaying the previous injury and the resulting problems after the fall of 2014 completing the re-seperation.  But here is another image of the scar that resulted from those sets of treatment:

b- Rhapsodie's Left Forearm view when arm is in front of neckThis assists in demonstrating how the internal injury spread is a great possibility and that helps explain the problems that have extended to near the wrist and near the elbow now and this is only the scar remaining from the original surgery when the bone shoved through the arm.

So here I am at the beginning of 2018 before doing anything with Spring or Summer having trouble pulling silverware out of the drawer at times AND being unable to do much more than hold my left arm as I do everything.  That is except typing, which I do with my arm braced on a support and with pain suffering for days beyond any work like that.

b. Feb. 2018- Left arm updatesThese results from inaccurate examinations and reporting have been enhanced by inaccurate pain assessments.  That’s why Rhapsodie has ideas that can assist in helping the doctors who ask us as patients to rate our pain on a scale from 0 to 10 to get better information…

Other Connecting Posts

Whoops Disease Info

Additional Connecting Information

Rhapsodie has written about these issues for multiple reasons:

1) To have a shared written record, that’s useful. 2) To provide info to others to assist them in planning to deal with the horrid medical system of the U.S. 3) To hopefully impact doctors & health carers to do more work than just using reports which may be false.

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

#3- R&S- VALUING OUR RECEIVING

#3- R&S- VALUING OUR RECEIVING

was begun with the previous posts, linked to here:

described values Rhapsodie received from others’ sharing.  Her information about receiving is still incomplete because of the alternate factors that were shared in the 1st post, let’s look beyond our present to see value more too.

Thinking you’ve not received when you have, comes down to thinking outside yourself repeatedly.  Or even minimally, are the flowers handed over appreciated as being shared?

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  • Are your feelings a result of a lack of others’ care for you or because of your silliness in life?
    • Do you work to find what values in receiving from the non-material are?
  • Could your feelings of not having received come because you don’t appreciate what is shared with you?
    • How often does a child really appreciate the self-sacrificing sharing of their parent(s)?
  • THE FEELINGS, CAN COME BECAUSE
    • YOU FORGET WHO YOU GAVE TO, AND
    • WHEN THEY WORK TO HELP YOU RECEIVE YOU DON’T know that it’s for your own good.
    • You haven’t shared enough, so you are unaware of the values also shared with you.

This happened with Rhapsodie and Mr. Howie Mandel, Mr. OBAMA, Ms. Shelley, and Mr. Will Shortz to list just a few that worked hard in giving to Rhapsodie but she didn’t remember. NOTHING ILLEGAL, just not commonly shared gifts.

Her insult to these people was partially because of A BAD name memory, Rhapsodie’s so bad that, a great longtime friend of hers, Michelle received a blank stare as Rhapsodie tried to remember her name after 4 or 6 years of their being very close to each other and connected by many experiences and relationships. BUT memory isn’t the only reason people feel that they haven’t received anything.

Other reasons are associated with your perceptions about value.

VALUE PERCEPTIONS

  • Who knew that Mr. Lucas or Mr. Coppola would be famous in 1960?
  • Who was aware that publicized computer’s like Apple would effect the whole world?
  • Who knew that a national system of healthcare would exist in the United States in 1980?

Well maybe some had hopes or fears about these things, maybe some have reasons for their thinking, I know I do, but history will tell the tale I can’t.

I know that VALUE IS BASED ON REASON and EMOTION.

  • Reason based on how a person thinks &
  • emotion based on what is being felt.

Emotion fluctuates just as much as reason does narrowing down the reasons for FEELING LIKE YOU’VE NOT RECEIVED WHEN YOU HAVE, COMES DOWN TO WHO YOU ARE. Is it because what you’ve received isn’t necessarily physical or considered valuable to you when it was received.

Or do you need flowers vased and shared specially wrapped in order to appreciate the value shared?

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Gifts shared with work and care may at times be ignored because we don’t appreciate the effort others’ take to share.  In time there may be appreciation, but we should value the sharers who keep on giving so that others keep on receiving.  Please do NOT let the feelings of the present in regards to our receiving halt us from sharing. Time often grows an understanding of values shared & received, and I hope we all can appreciate that there is a lot more to giving than just getting.

 

 

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