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Treating Logorrhea

Postby Sabina » Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:14 pm

Is there an herbal remedy or any kind of natural cure for Logorrhea?

















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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Rachel » Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:18 pm

I'm sorry Sweetness, I haven't heard of that. Are there any symptoms you feel comfortable sharing?
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Rachel » Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:28 am

It's a tricky one to diagnose; one has to be quite careful that one is not mistaking the appearance of logorrhea for acute reflexive intra-psychic dialogue transferance manifesting in symptomology that can only be described as unpleasantness.

I hope the afflicted feels better soon. =0@
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Rachel » Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:20 pm

Wondering if you've been able to shed any light on the natural remedies for this affliction? I do hope its not you, a spouse or family member suffering from it.

Perhaps some chammomile or hypericum? Please be careful to not mix hypericum with some prescription anti depressants, if applicable. The nature of prescription SSRIs and hypericum have been known to cause severe side effects when taken simultaneously. I can link some studies if anyone's interested.

I do hope you find your answer soon. =0D
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Sabina » Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:56 pm

Well, I don't suffer from it at the moment, but almost anyone I have ever met suffers from it one time or another, me included. So I thought it may be a good idea to find a nice natural remedy for the predicament, you know? Something to ease the suffering of the affected person as well as those around them....

Not sure that chamomile would do the trick, unless one is to forcibly inflict it upon the affected person each time they display the symptoms?
Chamomile does help with diarrhea though, so based on that it may be helpful with other -rrheas as well.
Large quantities can cause vomiting or nausea, so care is recommended.
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Ryan » Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:17 pm

I have heard that a bit of bee's wax and cotton can help those who suffer from those with logorrhea.
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Rachel » Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:21 pm

Interesting. One would think that the calmative properties of chammomile taken in tea form may soothe the afflicted.

Ryan, where would one place the remedy you suggested?
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Ryan » Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:29 pm

Well, as I stated, the remedy is for those who suffer from those who have it.
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Rachel » Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:20 am

Yes you did state that, Ryan. I wanted to know exactly where one would put the bee's wax or cotton wool?

And I would hope that a person suffering from psychiatrc symptoms such as word salad, clanging, rhyming or logorrhea would receive a more compassionate response. It's usually indicative of a decline in mental state which can become very serious, very quickly.
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Re: Treating Logorrhea

Postby Ryan » Wed Jun 15, 2011 1:06 am

Well, first off... I took this entire topic as a fairly lighthearted post. One with which certain assumptions could be made as a sort of jovial playground. And therefore my rhetoric was meant to be taken in the same manner as the post was intended. The term logorrhea is not used in the strictest sense of only pertaining to a psychological disorder.

Also, if I wanted to sincerely address your concerns as to my disposition towards anyone afflicted with such a condition psychologically, I would most certainly find a means with which I could "shut out" the person's verbosity from time to time in order to keep my own sanity. As I am sure anyone who has experience with such environments would agree and recommend a number of ways in which one could do so.

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