And Quebec’s uncceptable medical fiasco goes on and on.
and the Montreal West Island Lakeshore General Hospital is still one of the worst medical care services in reality, and too many people die there too often due to Hospital acquired sickness still too. Montreal Verdun Hopsital is not much better,
Putting more money into pails full of big holes is a waste of time… while the Federal and Quebec Health ministers like photo ups but are still being mostly paid for doing nothing to improve the too often STILL bad health care, where too many seriously sick people have to go to the mostly still bad ER.. and they want us all to pay more for it all too?
and the Mismanagement of the too often unprofessional ombudsmen, doctors, nurses, hospital workers, social service workers will continue?
Guess what Mr. Charest ! Im English going to the voting booth to Vote for the PQ. Because your conservative background of privatizing everything on site is just unjust !”
Clearly now I got really tired of being lied to and abused by much too many professional bullies, perverts that I encounter too often in life now still, so I next started to openly, personally expose them and to make them reap real personal negative consequences rightfully here too..
Here is another simple fact of undeniable truth of life.. All of us seem to spend a lot of time trying to find our personal happiness in life, and many seem to fail at it, so we then tend to try to blame our failure here next on being the fault of others.. The problem firstly now here often starts with one’s false definition of happiness. Happiness generally, firstly is doing a job well that you like to do and so many people are unhappy cause they are also unrealistic, and lazy. Most persons also next do not become deliberately despots or perverts in life from birth, it is a decision they generally do on their own make later in life.. Our self-worth, self esteem is a direct result of the good things you do , have done.. do the bad things and you will have a low self worth, poor self acceptance, and it is a waste of time thus to blame it mostly on the others.
It is unbelievable that after I had written about it for many years later 15 years even I can go to most local Hospitals or Convalescent homes and there too easily see the typical and mostly poorly supervised doctors, nurse, medical care workers.
Many people openly tell me that I am to be personally commended for trying to clean about the much too many pretentious , bad doctors, bad nurses, medical care givers, really bad social workers now too in Montreal.. they encourage me to keep up the good work.
Now at Maison Herron you have some really good workers and some really bad workers.. too many of the medical support staff, Maison Herron Personnel socializing, fraternizing, too often now having a good time with each other, even at the receptionist desk, or in the hallways all at the patients expense is still even now also unacceptable..
Now as you and your loved ones get older you too will spend more time in Doctor’s offices, Hospitals, and convalescent, old age homes and will have wished that you had done something more about it all before too..
The basic function of the lungs is to take oxygen out of the air we breathe in exchange for the carbon dioxide dissolved in the blood. This exchange takes place across a very thin membrane that separates the blood in the lungs from the air we inhale. As we age, the lungs become stiffer and less elastic, the airways shrink, and the chest muscles weaken. These and other changes cause the total flow of air into and out of the lungs to decrease. Difficult or labored breathing refers to shortness of breath after only a small amount of activity. Depending on the underlying problem, this can range from being out of breath after mild exercise to being unable to get out of a chair without gasping for air. Breathing problems that involve difficulty in exhaling or breathing air out of the lungs are referred to as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Distinguishing between specific conditions that cause COPD can be difficult in older adults. People with COPD usually become short of breath on exertion and cough frequently, bringing up phlegm. These symptoms develop gradually over time, so that breathing problems may not be noticed until another illness (eg, flu) adds to the burden on the respiratory system. Drug treatment can make breathing easier and can reduce wheezing, cough, and phlegm. The main drugs used to treat COPD include the class of drugs known as beta-agonists and another drug called ipratropium bromide. Beta-agonists and ipratropium are often used in combination and are inhaled to help expand the airways. Pulmonary rehabilitation in the form of exercise training, respiratory therapy, and education may also help people with COPD. Exercise has many health benefits, including reducing depression and anxiety. Clinical depression and anxiety are common problems for people with COPD. Anxiety attacks often result in hospitalization that can be possibly avoided with proper treatment and education. Symptoms usually begin gradually, but always progress. Patients can feel an unpleasant shortness of breath, increased tiredness in the chest muscles, a panicky feeling of being smothered, or tightness and cramping in the chest wall. Experiencing a REALTED panic attack has been said to be one of the most intensely frightening, upsetting and uncomfortable experiences of a person’s life. When panic attacks occur, you might think you’re losing control, having a heart attack or even dying. A panic attack is a response of the sympathetic nervous system (SNS). The most common symptoms may include trembling, dyspnea (shortness of breath), heart palpitations, chest pain (or chest tightness), hot flashes, cold flashes, burning sensations (particularly in the facial or neck area), sweating, nausea, dizziness (or slight vertigo), light-headedness, hyperventilation, paresthesias (tingling sensations), sensations of choking or smothering, and derealization. Panic attacks are distinguished from other forms of anxiety by their intensity and their sudden, episodic nature They are often experienced in conjunction with anxiety disorders and panic attacks are not always indicative of a mental disorder. Panic attacks were once dismissed as nerves or stress, but they’re now recognized as a real medical condition. Although panic attacks can significantly affect your quality of life, treatment — including medications, psychotherapy and relaxation techniques to help prevent or control panic attacks — is very effective. the symptoms of a panic attack appear suddenly, without any apparent cause. They may include
•racing or pounding heartbeat (palpitations); •chest pains; •stomach upset; •dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea; •difficulty breathing, a sense of feeling smothered; •tingling or numbness in the hands; •hot flashes or chills; •dreamlike sensations or perceptual distortions; •terror: a sense that something unimaginably horrible is about to occur and one is powerless to prevent it; •a need to escape; •fear of losing control and doing something embarrassing; and •fear of dying. A panic attack typically lasts for several minutes, is one of the most distressing conditions that a person can experience, and its symptoms can closely mimic those of a heart attack.
Types of Denial include now the Denial of fact: This form of denial is where someone avoids a fact by lying. This lying can take the form of an outright falsehood (commission), leaving out certain details in order to tailor a story (omission), This form of denial involves avoiding personal responsibility by blaming, minimizing or justifying. Denial of responsibility: Denial of impact: avoiding thinking about or understanding the harms their behavior have caused to themselves or others. Denial of awareness: they do not admit any previous awareness of the negative reality. Denial of cycle: Denial of cycle is where a person avoids looking at their decisions leading up to an event or does not consider their pattern of decision making and how harmful behavior is repeated. Denial of denial: This latter form of denial typically overlaps with all of the other forms of denial, but involves more self-delusion. People in a false denial are really nuts, delusional..
There are tools and practices that we can implement to overcome the psychological trap of denial. Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty is one of the best approach serving everyone’s best interest too. It is a clearly established fact with good basis as to why our Canadian leaders, politicians, police, military, public and civil servants who are always to be exemplary are even personally are to held to a higher standard, accountability in reality.
People in leadership office do have to face higher penalties as an example now too. It is clearly established, accepted fact by most people that those in leadership civil and public servants cops, teachers, ministers, politicians included are always to be exemplary in behavior, conduct and they do need to maintain their high standards even out of their working hours, thus to do so they are also to be exemplary judged, prosecuted for their own wrong doings with a higher standard over those of us ordinary folks.
My Dad age 87 died on July 26, 2010 in the Verdun Manoir medical convalescent home and he had been in the hospitals, convalescent homes the last 7 months almost.. but my father Ivan Kambulow now he had wanted to die even the last few months because of the severe continual pain he suffered too.. I now have never seen in my whole life a person suffer in pain for such a long time as my father had, he suffered 7 months repeatedly in severe pain. Eventually his wrong doers next will also suffer their real pain in hell
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