Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 760787

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A million thoughts per million

Posted by roundabout on June 1, 2007, at 16:15:09

I thought that I was the only person in the world whom got racings thoughts. I have been on every medication on the market and nothing helps. It has taking over my whole life, from the point of falling asleep to the first dam things in the morning. No day is the same.What I had for dinner, he said this, what my neighbors are doing. It just have me tired. Nothing help.

 

Re: A million thoughts per million

Posted by linkadge on June 1, 2007, at 17:02:32

In reply to A million thoughts per million, posted by roundabout on June 1, 2007, at 16:15:09

magnesium 100mg.

Linkadge

 

Re: A million thoughts per million

Posted by Iansf on June 1, 2007, at 20:29:31

In reply to Re: A million thoughts per million, posted by linkadge on June 1, 2007, at 17:02:32

> magnesium 100mg.
>
> Linkadge

Really? Magnesium helps quiet a racing mind? I'll have to try it.

Actually, I think racing thoughts are pretty common; some people just notice them less. I'm not sure whether that's good or bad. A Buddhist would almost certainly say bad, but it seems to be part and parcel of our culture. I mean, what is continuous text messaging, emailing and cell phoning but the outward expression of a busy mind, an attempt to push outside what's happening inside one's head?

 

Re: A million thoughts per million Iansf

Posted by Phillipa on June 1, 2007, at 21:58:56

In reply to Re: A million thoughts per million, posted by Iansf on June 1, 2007, at 20:29:31

I even read fast. Love Phillipa ready for bed when I wake up in the morning too many thoughts exhausting my pdoc says it's anxiety. Love Phillipa

 

Re: A million thoughts per million

Posted by linkadge on June 2, 2007, at 7:24:58

In reply to Re: A million thoughts per million, posted by Iansf on June 1, 2007, at 20:29:31

>part and parcel of our culture. I mean, what is >continuous text messaging, emailing and cell >phoning but the outward expression of a busy >mind, an attempt to push outside what's >happening inside one's head?

But one doesn't necessarily need to do all of that. Move a little bit out of town. Turn on the answering machiene, etc etc.

I would that if there are real physical things that are causing the mind racing then you might need to deal with some of them, but I've had a racing mind at the most mundane and stressfree of times.

Linkadge


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