Sedating the

Minh posted a some of cases over at the PHARM on cases from the WA coroner on the death of a couple of patients.Read the one regarding the sedation and subsequent death of an agitated patient in an ED.

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Easily allow yourself to let go of what you would like to release as you calm down this Meridian. Notice if your soul feels more relaxed and comforted.

You can do this procedure as often as you would like.

The following is a simple, quick procedure that will sedate the Triple Warmer Meridian.

Drink some water, then take a deep cleansing breath and as you slowly exhale do the following: With your opposite hand, begin by pressing at the point of the eyebrow with three fingers, furthest from the nose. Then draw a line with your fingers on your body from that point to in front of the ear, up around and behind the ear, behind the head to the back of the neck, down the neck, across the back of the shoulder, down the outside of the arm, across the top of the hand, down the top of the ring finger and press the base of the nail of the ring finger.

This Meridian tends to get revved back up quite easily when it has developed the habit to run rampant. Caution: if you already feel internally relaxed, DO NOT Sedate the Triple Warmer!

You can start to feel so mellow that you just want to kick back and Relax all day in bed! If you find this information valuable and uplifting take action; share it with others.These patients can be extremely difficult to manage, especially with limited resources.Whilst I believe that the ability to sedate certain patients for their own and our safety is vital, these situations can be fraught with danger.Do this procedure three times on either side of your Body.Continue to take a deep breaths and then exhale as you trace this meridian.This case highlights the need for vigilance in any patient who receives sedation (for any reason).

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