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[Oliver Sacks] ¶ Migraine [monde de guerre PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ñ LIVRAISON RAPIDE ET LIVRE EN PARFAIT TAT.
LE MONDE A BESOIN DE PLUS DE M DECINS BRILLANTS ET HUMAINS COMME OLIOVER SACKS.
JE LE RECOMMANDE TOUS TOUTES M ME CEUX QUI NE SOUFFRENT PAS DE Migraine.
This book, though older with only a few recent updates, is a fairly extensive look at Migraine Oliver Sacks does a good job of including all of the different types of Migraine conditions and aura symptoms through presentation of many case studies and some research I would give this a higher rating, except that the book is very wordy with a large technical vocabulary much so than Sacks Musicophilia I am a Migraineur and a scientist, but I am not in the medical field however, I have done a lot of research into Migraine literature and still had trouble with some of the technical terms It has taken me a while to get through this book because of that Having said that, I am glad that I ve read it, and enjoy the perspective that Dr Sacks has on the topic he was also a Migraine sufferer I only wish he had had a chance to write a recent update to the book as there has been so much done on Migraine in the last decade it would be nice to hear his take on all of it.
Awesome book As a long time chronic or common Migraine sufferer as defined by Sacks and an often frustrated one at that this book gave me much appreciated information about my condition and it s evolution I have little doubt every Migraine sufferer will find their story in his book regardless of one s specific symptoms and experience as a Migraineur There simply is no other book or part of a book which comes close to this read at virtually every level of understanding or appreciation of Migraine.
The medically based discussion can be than challenging to read and comprehend However, with some persistence, a dictionary and thinking about context I could understand what was necessary to appreciate the physiological and biological basis for Migraine It is a complex condition which has defied understanding and treatment for centuries so it defies the simpler explanations I d hoped for However, I do not believe this is the most helpful or important part of the book for the Migraineur.
The book gave me relief, hope and empathy for myself and for anyone dealing with a chronic pain syndrome of any kind Most importantly and so often overlooked are the deep psycho physiological issues associated with most long term Migraineurs which Mr Sacks explains repeatedly and with many case studies Over his career he REGULARLY cared for over a thousand Migraineurs, saw their protracted battle, how the condition can change and morph inexplicably A person cannot live with Migraine for protracted periods of time without changing who they are, physiologically and psychologically, and how they approach life I found myself in this book or a composite of myself and that is healing in and of itself.
Importantly, I learned Migraine experience IS NOT a one size fits all condition It defies simplicity or neat categorization For this reason, one really needs to read the entire book and re read, if not study, those parts which resonate with the reader It took me a couple months and I am retired to work through the book To have not done so would have been to short change myself It worth the effort if only for peace of mind finally knowing what I needed to know with a high level of confidence from an actual medical professional with unequalled credibility.
Yes, there are plenty of treatment and coping suggestions in the book This includes Mr.
Sacks recommended approach for physicians treating Migraine Unfortunately his approach is not what is followed in our traditional, mainstream healthcare system today The book reinforced my own long term approach to my Migraines in effect being my own GP and advocate for coping with Migraine Migraine will be a long term, critical tool in my Migraine toolbox.
A very informative book I learned new to me very old information about Migraines, especially about the various types of Migraine associated conditions.
Dr Sacks points out that a violent throbbing headache is only one symptom of Migraine, and that headache can last from three hours to several days Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, vertigo, sensitivity to light and sounds, abdominal pain, dropping pulse rate, unusual drowsiness, etc.
I found the historical information and descriptions very interesting That said, this is technical than most of Dr Sacks books, but if you have knowledge of medical or associated fields, I doubt you ll have problems reading the material presented.
I skipped chapters about various approaches, measures, prophylaxis and treatments of Migraine Those chapters are dated, so I suggest you read current online information Again, the historical perspective is interesting, because in the present time we Migraineurs have many treatment options.
LIVRAISON RAPIDE ET LIVRE EN PARFAIT TAT.
LE MONDE A BESOIN DE PLUS DE M DECINS BRILLANTS ET HUMAINS COMME OLIOVER SACKS.
JE LE RECOMMANDE TOUS TOUTES M ME CEUX QUI NE SOUFFRENT PAS DE Migraine.
This book, though older with only a few recent updates, is a fairly extensive look at Migraine Oliver Sacks does a good job of including all of the different types of Migraine conditions and aura symptoms through presentation of many case studies and some research I would give this a higher rating, except that the book is very wordy with a large technical vocabulary much so than Sacks Musicophilia I am a Migraineur and a scientist, but I am not in the medical field however, I have done a lot of research into Migraine literature and still had trouble with some of the technical terms It has taken me a while to get through this book because of that Having said that, I am glad that I ve read it, and enjoy the perspective that Dr Sacks has on the topic he was also a Migraine sufferer I only wish he had had a chance to write a recent update to the book as there has been so much done on Migraine in the last decade it would be nice to hear his take on all of it.
Awesome book As a long time chronic or common Migraine sufferer as defined by Sacks and an often frustrated one at that this book gave me much appreciated information about my condition and it s evolution I have little doubt every Migraine sufferer will find their story in his book regardless of one s specific symptoms and experience as a Migraineur There simply is no other book or part of a book which comes close to this read at virtually every level of understanding or appreciation of Migraine.
The medically based discussion can be than challenging to read and comprehend However, with some persistence, a dictionary and thinking about context I could understand what was necessary to appreciate the physiological and biological basis for Migraine It is a complex condition which has defied understanding and treatment for centuries so it defies the simpler explanations I d hoped for However, I do not believe this is the most helpful or important part of the book for the Migraineur.
The book gave me relief, hope and empathy for myself and for anyone dealing with a chronic pain syndrome of any kind Most importantly and so often overlooked are the deep psycho physiological issues associated with most long term Migraineurs which Mr Sacks explains repeatedly and with many case studies Over his career he REGULARLY cared for over a thousand Migraineurs, saw their protracted battle, how the condition can change and morph inexplicably A person cannot live with Migraine for protracted periods of time without changing who they are, physiologically and psychologically, and how they approach life I found myself in this book or a composite of myself and that is healing in and of itself.
Importantly, I learned Migraine experience IS NOT a one size fits all condition It defies simplicity or neat categorization For this reason, one really needs to read the entire book and re read, if not study, those parts which resonate with the reader It took me a couple months and I am retired to work through the book To have not done so would have been to short change myself It worth the effort if only for peace of mind finally knowing what I needed to know with a high level of confidence from an actual medical professional with unequalled credibility.
Yes, there are plenty of treatment and coping suggestions in the book This includes Mr.
Sacks recommended approach for physicians treating Migraine Unfortunately his approach is not what is followed in our traditional, mainstream healthcare system today The book reinforced my own long term approach to my Migraines in effect being my own GP and advocate for coping with Migraine Migraine will be a long term, critical tool in my Migraine toolbox.
A very informative book I learned new to me very old information about Migraines, especially about the various types of Migraine associated conditions.
Dr Sacks points out that a violent throbbing headache is only one symptom of Migraine, and that headache can last from three hours to several days Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, vertigo, sensitivity to light and sounds, abdominal pain, dropping pulse rate, unusual drowsiness, etc.
I found the historical information and descriptions very interesting That said, this is technical than most of Dr Sacks books, but if you have knowledge of medical or associated fields, I doubt you ll have problems reading the material presented.
I skipped chapters about various approaches, measures, prophylaxis and treatments of Migraine Those chapters are dated, so I suggest you read current online information Again, the historical perspective is interesting, because in the present time we Migraineurs have many treatment options.
Deeply thoughtful Though I do not suffer from Migraines, this book really delved into Sack s study of Migraines from both a medical and observational perspective The book would be a great addition for someone who has Migraines or who loves a Migraine sufferer Oliver Sacks could write about potatoes and still be interesting He entwines his own stories about life with his work as a physician and healer He will be deeply missed I have read most of his books.
Oliver Sacks was such a brilliant, dedicated, and kind person He pushed the boundaries of Migraine knowledge, and it s very interesting to see his first hand view of discovering all these facts He clearly cares about his patients As a Migraine sufferer himself, he understands and is motivated to figure it out The book is very clinical and peppered with jargon, but I still found it fun to read It has a ton of information and observations that I haven t found in any modern Migraine literature online For example, red Migraines vs white Migraines sweating, flushed, hot vs pale, drawn, cold Or the three ways Migraines end Or the many weird forms the symptoms can take not only the aura, but also the prodrome the period before the Migraine really starts, when you might experience euphoria, intense hunger, irritability, sleepiness, or weird changes in speech, ideation, or perception of time and space Crazy stuff Also interesting commentary on the connection with depression.
Lots of interesting character profiles of people who dealt with severe and often abnormal Migraine types Sacks looked for the weirdest cases Interesting historical perspective on what people did and thought about Migraines before the medical aspect was understood or accepted.
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Oliver Sacks was such a brilliant, dedicated, and kind person He pushed the boundaries of Migraine knowledge, and it s very interesting to see his first hand view of discovering all these facts He clearly cares about his patients As a Migraine sufferer himself, he understands and is motivated to figure it out The book is very clinical and peppered with jargon, but I still found it fun to read It has a ton of information and observations that I haven t found in any modern Migraine literature online For example, red Migraines vs white Migraines sweating, flushed, hot vs pale, drawn, cold Or the three ways Migraines end Or the many weird forms the symptoms can take not only the aura, but also the prodrome the period before the Migraine really starts, when you might experience euphoria, intense hunger, irritability, sleepiness, or weird changes in speech, ideation, or perception of time and space Crazy stuff Also interesting commentary on the connection with depression.
Lots of interesting character profiles of people who dealt with severe and often abnormal Migraine types Sacks looked for the weirdest cases Interesting historical perspective on what people did and thought about Migraines before the medical aspect was understood or accepted.
Deeply thoughtful Though I do not suffer from Migraines, this book really delved into Sack s study of Migraines from both a medical and observational perspective The book would be a great addition for someone who has Migraines or who loves a Migraine sufferer Oliver Sacks could write about potatoes and still be interesting He entwines his own stories about life with his work as a physician and healer He will be deeply missed I have read most of his books.