Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...sacre.html

EXCERPT: Valium which can trigger aggressive behavior four months before Las Vegas massacre. Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication in June, records show. He was taking tablets of diazepam - or Valium - which can trigger aggression. It is not known why he was prescribed the drug or whether he had anger issues. Former neighbors said Paddock was a reclusive weirdo, while coffee shop workers said he was often rude to girlfriend Marliou Danley...

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Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.
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(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Quote:victims

They are patients !
they are only victims if they are being caused migraines by another person attacking them or by human error or an accident.
Generically migraine sufferers are either genetically pre-disposed, physical injury or psychological injury victims or patients with conditions that result in migraines.

from my not too deep reading on the subject it appears the majority of migraine patients suffer because of a chemical process in the body which is a result of genetics & combinations of conditions like giving birth or serious illness.
the percentage of sufferers from physical truama are not as frequent.

my point in adding the detail is because it appears that the majority of sufferers are female and much like post partum depression goes under reported and undiagnosed for years resulting in massive costs & lost productivity & other related consequences.

thus the massive number of women suffering from migraines are not victims as much as they are victimised by the lack of medical investment in addressing the issue.

NOTE migraines suffered by morbidly obese people is a different situation, and... the onflow of asprin used to thin the blood to reduce heart attacks & strokes is a false data set given the massive number of people who take low dose asprin and the combined deliberate medication of asprin for those with varying heart problems.



Quote:RESULTS: Among 2,509 respondents, 52% reported current aspirin use. Among 2,039 respondents without a history of cardiovascular disease, current use of aspirin was 47%.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25891049

(Oct 4, 2017 08:53 PM)C C Wrote: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...sacre.html

EXCERPT: Valium which can trigger aggressive behavior four months before Las Vegas massacre. Stephen Paddock was prescribed anti-anxiety medication in June, records show. He was taking tablets of diazepam - or Valium - which can trigger aggression. It is not known why he was prescribed the drug or whether he had anger issues. Former neighbors said Paddock was a reclusive weirdo, while coffee shop workers said he was often rude to girlfriend Marliou Danley...

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for the record i would guess probably
OCD
BPD
Uni-Polar
Habituated aggresive tendencys
lack of empthic bonding through childhood development founding a base of psychopathic distopia in the critical behaviour structure.

Gambling feeds addiction processess. the Gambling would have been like giving crack to a meth addict & telling them to be normal.
(fyi i am not anti gambling[though i am pro regulation]) probably if you were able to look at his gambling he probably continued to bet larger & larger amounts inspite of loosing)

fear manifests paranoid schitzophrenia as a behavioural response to lack of control.
anti-anxiety medication reduces fear response.
collection of weapons to give power and control.
planning mass murder to rienforce lack of childhood bonding to rienforce emotive stability as an absolute actualisation while feeding the OCD & delivering a result for the aggresion & depresion.

there are lots more people like him in the usa.
he is a product of the cold war society. obviousely with an antagonist of the father/childhood issue.

if he was from a different country he probably would have joined a terrorist group as a normative xenophobic response.

Hotels are no different to airlines
if they want to impose a no guns law they can.
no different to dealing drugs beside a school having a new law made for it.
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(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Quote:victims


They are patients !
they are only victims if they are being caused migraines by another person attacking them or by human error or an accident.
Generically migraine sufferers are either genetically pre-disposed, physical injury or psychological injury victims or patients with conditions that result in migraines.

from my not too deep reading on the subject it appears the majority of migraine patients suffer because of a chemical process in the body which is a result of genetics & combinations of conditions like giving birth or serious illness.
the percentage of sufferers from physical truama are not as frequent.

my point in adding the detail is because it appears that the majority of sufferers are female and much like post partum depression goes under reported and undiagnosed for years resulting in massive costs & lost productivity & other related consequences.

thus the massive number of women suffering from migraines are not victims as much as they are victimised by the lack of medical investment in addressing the issue.

NOTE migraines suffered by morbidly obese people is a different situation, and... the onflow of asprin used to thin the blood to reduce heart attacks & strokes is a false data set given the massive number of people who take low dose asprin and the combined deliberate medication of asprin for those with varying heart problems.



"victim  vic·tim
noun
The definition of a victim is a person who has had something bad happen to him."

http://www.yourdictionary.com/victim
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#5
(Oct 5, 2017 01:30 AM)Magical Realist Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Quote:victims


They are patients !
they are only victims if they are being caused migraines by another person attacking them or by human error or an accident.
Generically migraine sufferers are either genetically pre-disposed, physical injury or psychological injury victims or patients with conditions that result in migraines.

from my not too deep reading on the subject it appears the majority of migraine patients suffer because of a chemical process in the body which is a result of genetics & combinations of conditions like giving birth or serious illness.
the percentage of sufferers from physical truama are not as frequent.

my point in adding the detail is because it appears that the majority of sufferers are female and much like post partum depression goes under reported and undiagnosed for years resulting in massive costs & lost productivity & other related consequences.

thus the massive number of women suffering from migraines are not victims as much as they are victimised by the lack of medical investment in addressing the issue.

NOTE migraines suffered by morbidly obese people is a different situation, and... the onflow of asprin used to thin the blood to reduce heart attacks & strokes is a false data set given the massive number of people who take low dose asprin and the combined deliberate medication of asprin for those with varying heart problems.



"victim  vic·tim
noun
The definition of a victim is a person who has had something bad happen to him."

http://www.yourdictionary.com/victim

Quote: victim (n.)late 15c., "living creature killed and offered as a sacrifice to a deity or supernatural power," from Latin victima "person or animal killed as a sacrifice." Perhaps distantly connected to Old English wig "idol," Gothic weihs "holy," German weihen "consecrate" (compare Weihnachten "Christmas") on notion of "a consecrated animal." Sense of "person who is hurt, tortured, or killed by another" is recorded from 1650s; meaning "person oppressed by some power or situation" is from 1718. Weaker sense of "person taken advantage of" is recorded from 1781.

though i contend the meaning of the word in the usage, i comprehend your generic process of association.
that said... the psycho-social discoarse by associative inferance is equally important to the discussion if one wishes to define victim by non victim.

thus to "victimise" is not an observational aspect by a noun of cause & effect of action.
one can not render victimisation simply by being an observer.

e.g
thus common law public decency.
being naked in public is defined as victimising others, not "being victimised".
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#6
(Oct 5, 2017 02:09 AM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 01:30 AM)Magical Realist Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Quote:victims


They are patients !
they are only victims if they are being caused migraines by another person attacking them or by human error or an accident.
Generically migraine sufferers are either genetically pre-disposed, physical injury or psychological injury victims or patients with conditions that result in migraines.

from my not too deep reading on the subject it appears the majority of migraine patients suffer because of a chemical process in the body which is a result of genetics & combinations of conditions like giving birth or serious illness.
the percentage of sufferers from physical truama are not as frequent.

my point in adding the detail is because it appears that the majority of sufferers are female and much like post partum depression goes under reported and undiagnosed for years resulting in massive costs & lost productivity & other related consequences.

thus the massive number of women suffering from migraines are not victims as much as they are victimised by the lack of medical investment in addressing the issue.

NOTE migraines suffered by morbidly obese people is a different situation, and... the onflow of asprin used to thin the blood to reduce heart attacks & strokes is a false data set given the massive number of people who take low dose asprin and the combined deliberate medication of asprin for those with varying heart problems.



"victim  vic·tim
noun
The definition of a victim is a person who has had something bad happen to him."

http://www.yourdictionary.com/victim

Quote: victim (n.)late 15c., "living creature killed and offered as a sacrifice to a deity or supernatural power," from Latin victima "person or animal killed as a sacrifice." Perhaps distantly connected to Old English wig "idol," Gothic weihs "holy," German weihen "consecrate" (compare Weihnachten "Christmas") on notion of "a consecrated animal." Sense of "person who is hurt, tortured, or killed by another" is recorded from 1650s; meaning "person oppressed by some power or situation" is from 1718. Weaker sense of "person taken advantage of" is recorded from 1781.

though i contend the meaning of the word in the usage, i comprehend your generic process of association.
that said... the psycho-social discoarse by associative inferance is equally important to the discussion if one wishes to define victim by non victim.

thus to "victimise" is not an observational aspect by a noun of cause & effect of action.
one can not render victimisation simply by being an observer.

e.g
thus common law public decency.
being naked in public is defined as victimising others, not "being victimised".

Did a Google search on "migraine victims". Check this out:

https://www.google.com/search?num=40&saf...nfZrQbIEt0

So obviously you're bitching about nothing at all. It's totally proper use of the word "victim".
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(Oct 5, 2017 02:39 AM)Magical Realist Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 02:09 AM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 01:30 AM)Magical Realist Wrote:
(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Quote:victims


They are patients !
they are only victims if they are being caused migraines by another person attacking them or by human error or an accident.
Generically migraine sufferers are either genetically pre-disposed, physical injury or psychological injury victims or patients with conditions that result in migraines.

from my not too deep reading on the subject it appears the majority of migraine patients suffer because of a chemical process in the body which is a result of genetics & combinations of conditions like giving birth or serious illness.
the percentage of sufferers from physical truama are not as frequent.

my point in adding the detail is because it appears that the majority of sufferers are female and much like post partum depression goes under reported and undiagnosed for years resulting in massive costs & lost productivity & other related consequences.

thus the massive number of women suffering from migraines are not victims as much as they are victimised by the lack of medical investment in addressing the issue.

NOTE migraines suffered by morbidly obese people is a different situation, and... the onflow of asprin used to thin the blood to reduce heart attacks & strokes is a false data set given the massive number of people who take low dose asprin and the combined deliberate medication of asprin for those with varying heart problems.



"victim  vic·tim
noun
The definition of a victim is a person who has had something bad happen to him."

http://www.yourdictionary.com/victim

Quote: victim (n.)late 15c., "living creature killed and offered as a sacrifice to a deity or supernatural power," from Latin victima "person or animal killed as a sacrifice." Perhaps distantly connected to Old English wig "idol," Gothic weihs "holy," German weihen "consecrate" (compare Weihnachten "Christmas") on notion of "a consecrated animal." Sense of "person who is hurt, tortured, or killed by another" is recorded from 1650s; meaning "person oppressed by some power or situation" is from 1718. Weaker sense of "person taken advantage of" is recorded from 1781.

though i contend the meaning of the word in the usage, i comprehend your generic process of association.
that said... the psycho-social discoarse by associative inferance is equally important to the discussion if one wishes to define victim by non victim.

thus to "victimise" is not an observational aspect by a noun of cause & effect of action.
one can not render victimisation simply by being an observer.

e.g
thus common law public decency.
being naked in public is defined as victimising others, not "being victimised".

Did a Google search on "migraine victims". Check this out:

https://www.google.com/search?num=40&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHZL_enUS699US699&q=%22migraine+victims%22&oq=%22migraine+victims%22&gs_l=psy-ab.3..35i39k1.5616.7103.0.10161.3.3.0.0.0.0.211.590.0j2j1.3.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.1.210....0.DnfZrQbIEt0

So obviously you're bitching about nothing at all.

this 1 ?
https://tinyurl.com/yck5fqej
second hit on google search
http://journalstar.com/lifestyles/family...9765b.html


Quote:“We’ve found that a lot of women remain silent and don’t get treated for their migraines,” Waltman said.

or this ?

http://www.migrainebuddy.com/understandi...er-divide/
Quote:Does gender make a difference in how migraines affect a particular individual? According to the Migraine Research Foundation, women are three times more likely to get migraines than men. Furthermore, Mayo Clinic affirms that 17% women experience migraines as opposed to 6% of men.

questiong your use of the word "bitching"
Quote:bitching
Repeatedly saying something over and over, or rather whining about it, therefore destroying the point you were trying to make and making you look like a complete bitch because no one is listening to you.

data supports my point, i am not repeating it & not whining about it.
your assertion is quite an emotional response of illogical process.
what ever is upsetting you is probably worth a moments consideration to avoid continued transferance.
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#8
Quote:data supports my point, i am not repeating it & not whining about it.

Bullshit it does. I just showed you 20,300 hits on Google of the use of the term "migraine victims." You've been proven totally wrong. So quit bitching just to bitch.
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(Oct 5, 2017 02:59 AM)Magical Realist Wrote:
Quote:data supports my point, i am not repeating it & not whining about it.

Bullshit it does. I just showed you 20,300 hits on Google of the use of the term "migraine victims." You've been proven totally wrong. So quit bitching just to bitch.

you know your wrong.
hence the hyper emotional outburst.
just because google has hit results on a word(or combinations of it) does not  suddenly correct the way people use it.
regardles of who is using it, or how it is being used.

i.e
Space alien
About 104,000,000 results (0.49 seconds)
https://tinyurl.com/ybkh5xn3

104 million results on google does not make aliens into "space"
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(Oct 5, 2017 12:16 AM)Magical Realist Wrote: Kirstie Alley and her scientologist cronies are on to something. Overly aggressive people are often prescribed sedating meds. There's also an alarming useage of aspirin among migraine victims. Obviously the aspirin is causing the migraines.

Where is "aggression" listed as an indicator for a Valium prescription?

"Valium is indicated for the management of anxiety disorders or for the shortterm relief of the symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety or tension associated with the stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment with an anxiolytic. In acute alcohol withdrawal, Valium may be useful in the symptomatic relief of acute agitation, tremor, impending or acute delirium tremens and hallucinosis.

Valium is a useful adjunct for the relief of skeletal muscle spasm due to reflex spasm to local pathology (such as inflammation of the muscles or joints, or secondary to trauma), spasticity caused by upper motor neuron disorders (such as cerebral palsy and paraplegia), athetosis, and stiff-man syndrome.

Oral Valium may be used adjunctively in convulsive disorders, although it has not proved useful as the sole therapy.

The effectiveness of Valium in long-term use, that is, more than 4 months, has not been assessed by systematic clinical studies. The physician should periodically reassess the usefulness of the drug for the individual patient." - https://www.rxlist.com/valium-drug.htm

Benzodiazepines (the class of drug that valium is in) are not indicated for aggression disorders, and only have aggression as paradoxical reaction to the drug:

"Paradoxical reactions, such as increased seizures in epileptics, aggression, violence, impulsivity, irritability and suicidal behavior sometimes occur. These reactions have been explained as consequences of disinhibition and the subsequent loss of control over socially unacceptable behavior." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benzodiaze...al_effects


And pain relievers overused for headaches have proven to increase their severity due to the rebound effect. While not migraines, people often mistake them as such.
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