Twelve children brave a military fun run to raise £2,000 for their teacher with 'suicide disease'

Amy Pohl, 26, worked at Rugby Primary Free School for two years when it opened its doors five years ago. She had to stop working because of her complex regional pain syndrome.
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teo D Abstract Background: Altered balance is a common and debilitating symptom of fibromyalgia. Previous studies have investigated balance under single-task conditions that do not reflect real-life situations. The present study evaluated the impact of a simultaneous cell-phone conversation on balance performance in a case-control cohort from Spain. Methods: A cross-sectional case-control study was performed in 34 women recruited from local self-help organizations and university facilities (n = 18 fibromyalgia cases; n = 16 healthy, pain-free controls). Participants performed the 3...
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In conclusion, the study indicates that MFX relieves a depressive-like state in LPS-induced mice through the inhibition of the NLRP3 inflammasome and the enhancement of the neurogenesis pathway. PMID: 31814820 [PubMed - in process]
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Helena Stone, of north London, developed complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), dubbed 'suicide disease', after a kayaking accident six years ago.
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Amy Pohl, 25, of Rugby, Warwickshire, was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome in January last year. She can no longer walk, is bedridden and has to be fed via a tube.
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Conclusions: In neuropathies, treatment of the neuropathic pain has a modulating effect on mental disorders. As CRPS patients are frequently affected by depressions, and owing to the connection between depression and suicidal tendencies, patients should be seen by a consultation-liaison psychiatrist, and nonpsychiatrists should pay special attention to this patient group. PMID: 30416634 [PubMed - in process]
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CONCLUSION: The specific central and peripheral metabolites were associated with psychological disorders including depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation and anger in CRPS patients, showing pathological interactions between a painful body and mind. PMID: 30235917 [PubMed]
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Kristin Fast, 42, from Phoenix, Arizona, was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in April 2018 and says even splashes of water from the shower leave her in agonizing pain.
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Kristin Fast, 42, from Phoenix, Arizona, was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in April 2018 and says even splashes of water from the shower leave her in agonizing pain.
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Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain condition characterized by extremely severe pain, swelling, and changes in the skin, and causes psychological sequelae such as depression, anxiety, and deteriorated quality of life. CRPS patients’ risk for suicide has been reported to be considerably higher than that not only of general populations but also of other chronic pain populations. Considering that conceiving, planning, and committing suicide is closely related to the decline of executive function that regulates cognitive flexibility, planning and organizing, and response inhibition ability, this preli...
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We report a case with transition to complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) caused by nerve injury associated with crush syndrome. The diagnosis was delayed because of coma due to acute drug poisoning. A 44-year-old man had attempted suicide by taking massiv...
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