Shantanu's Humanology

With the development post industrial United Kingdom health services have developed in the country that has been copied throughout the world and replaced traditional medications such as Ayurvedic medicine practised for centuries if not millenia in India.

So the question arises are modern medications dispensed into the population doing the people any good. Do the doctors know what is being treated and how. Or is it all hit and miss experimentation with synthetics as opposed to natural cures for ailments.

I can speak a bit from personal experience that has cast considerable doubt on modern medicine. Vaccinations aside because the theory of vaccines rely on enhancing the immunity of the body to fight infectious diseases, I am not convinced that we need any or all the medications prescribed currently in the United Kingdom.

The following email summarises my concerns particularly as it relates to mental health because the adage that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body is questionable. The Hindu thought that I subscribe to is that a healthy body resides in a healthy mind so that through yoga the Hindus have developed a highly sustainable mental faculties that give them longevity and continuous peace of mind. The response to my questions are also shown below:

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Shan Panigrahi

To:jo@samaritans.org Cc:PRACTICE Shah (NHS MEDWAY CCG),PALMER Julie (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST),Rashmi Panigrahi,SMOKINGSERVICE Medwaystop (NHS MEDWAY CCG),Private Patients,Enquiries Central London County

10 Oct at 16:43

Dear Jo

I am now chewing nicorette chewing gums that I purchased at Tesco this afternoon. The leaflet in the packet states is a medicine in order to reduce the amount of cigarettes I am smoking from the current 20 a day. If this works and helps me cope with stress and thoughts on how to deal with criminals on the internet and in public life, I will ask Dr Mawanche who confirmed to me at the appointment this morning is willing to be my long term GP even though he is a locum because he said he will be available to me for a very long time. My worries about the medical profession has been the constant changing of my GP and Consultant Psychiatrist at Canada House so that I have never been able to establish a rapport with a 'family GP' that was the case in a previous generation in order that the GP and patient could learn about each other and the medical conditions being assessed and treated which would then be done confidently and not haphazardly as if the patient is an experimental guinea pig. Changes to GP and Consultant Psychiatrist has made my life intolerable and unbearable so that I have been suicidal at times with the lack of clarity on my diagnoses and treatment. This uncertainty on my medical status persists.

Accordingly, I am copying this to the GP Surgery and Julie Palmer so that appointments are made both with the GP Dr Mawanche and with the Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Odesanya immediately to see if this nicorrette is prescribed to me on the NHS because it costs £10 to £15 per packet that I can ill afford on my £1000 per month pension. The employment opportunity with Royal Mail is not guaranteed because the letter I received was a provisional offer subject to employment and security checks. I have still not received the email confirmation from Royal Mail that was mentioned to tell me if and when to arrive for the start of the work on 25 November although I understand that it would be at Medway Mail Centre in Knight Road Strood at 3.30pm provisionally. I need a full time permanent job with Royal Mail of a minimum of 30 hours a week so that I can make ends meet with the committments I have.

Thank you for your understanding: at present I am also smoking with the nicorette but it is early days as it were in the trial as I know from Pharmacology that I studied at the University that addiction to mind bending medications require titration before swithching to alternative therapy: so I do not know for certain whether nicorrette chewing gums will work for me. Dr Mawanche and Dr Odesanya may be able to confirm to me if it can replace aripripazole and risperidone simultaneously so that all I would have to take as medicine in the future is nicorrette chewing gums like Indians are used to beetle with tobacco to cope with stress that Nature/Brahman poses to humans and through which we need to identify our individual truth pass to liberation (moksha). There is still no appointment with Medway NO Smoking NHS Helpline for me which Dr Mawanche will have to assist me to make an official referral in view of the complex nature of the medications that I am under (risperidone, aripripazole, sertraline (increased today to 150 mg by Dr Mawanche), atrovastatin, and tobacco (nicotine).

I have not received a Proforma that is appropriate for my Prolactin blood test that is due on 8 weeks since I started taking aripripazole with risperidone and I need clarity on the alternative I have at the hospital appointment of 28 October 2019 for an MR Scan of my Pituitary Gland as I have a phobia to enter into that rounded machine again which adds to my stress and depression.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

On Thursday, 10 October 2019, 15:45:01 BST, wrote:

Do you feel that you are not getting the medical support that you feel you need from the medical professions? If this is so, perhaps it would be beneficial for you to have an in-depth discussion about it with your GP. We're glad that you are optimistic about your new position with the Royal Mail.

Jo

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Samaritans provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Our mailbox is read every day by trained volunteers, all using the name 'Jo'. Messages are read and we aim to reply within 24 hours. Samaritans is a registered charity, number 219432. It is the co-ordinating body for the 201 branches in the UK and Republic of Ireland. A trained Samaritan volunteer from one of these 201 branches has written this email. You can contact Samaritans by telephone by calling 116123 from the UK or Republic of Ireland; calls from landlines or mobile phones in the UK and Republic of Ireland are free of charge and the call will not be itemised on your phone bill. You can also text Samaritans in the UK on 07725 909090 or on 0872 60 90 90 from the Republic of Ireland; text messages will be charged at your normal text rate. Should you prefer to write a letter, our address is Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA. For more information about Samaritans visit: www.samaritans.org. Our privacy statement can be found here: https://www.samaritans.org/privacy-statement ========================================================

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10 Oct at 20:21

Dear Shantanu

Samaritans are not able to respond to the medical questions you have raised, however we do offer a confidential service and a safe space to talk about what is troubling you and the chance to 'offload'. It is a positive step that Dr Mawanche has agreed to be your long term GP and that you can continue to develop a rapport with him whilst getting the medical care you need. Please keep in touch if you think we can continue to be of help while you 're going through such a difficult time.

Jo

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Samaritans provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Our mailbox is read every day by trained volunteers, all using the name 'Jo'. Messages are read and we aim to reply within 24 hours. Samaritans is a registered charity, number 219432. It is the co-ordinating body for the 201 branches in the UK and Republic of Ireland. A trained Samaritan volunteer from one of these 201 branches has written this email. You can contact Samaritans by telephone by calling 116123 from the UK or Republic of Ireland; calls from landlines or mobile phones in the UK and Republic of Ireland are free of charge and the call will not be itemised on your phone bill. You can also text Samaritans in the UK on 07725 909090 or on 0872 60 90 90 from the Republic of Ireland; text messages will be charged at your normal text rate. Should you prefer to write a letter, our address is Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA. For more information about Samaritans visit: www.samaritans.org. Our privacy statement can be found here: https://www.samaritans.org/privacy-statement ========================================================

THIS ARTICLE WILL BE FURTHER UPDATED WHEN MORE INFORMATION IS FORTHCOMING

Dated: 10 October 2019

The following correspondence took place:

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Shan Panigrahi

To:jo@samaritans.org Cc:Phso Enquiries,Rehman CHISHTI,38degrees,Wordpress Restore

15 Oct at 12:45

Dear Jo

My wife is at the moment simply tolerating my smoking but she has said to me that I should live in the garage if I smoke.I am not sure if she means it.

My MP Rehman Chishti is not a good person. I have had dealings with him with my complaints against the High and Mighty State of the United Kingdom since he became our MP and before that Paul Clarke of the Labour Party. These MPs are just experts at moving paperwork. Even direct access to the Parliamentary Health Ombudsman came to nothing. Dr Mawanche has now said that I should give the Surgery a phone call on 15 November 2019 so that these proceedings can take place and my Wordpress Blog is restored to its full glory so that I can further my career as a journalist.

Of course a high and mighty State also exists in Israel who are prolonging the suffering of the Palestinians and denying them their rights to a decent life. I cannot help but suffer with them in their plight. Israel has equally High and Mighty friends and allies against whom the United Nations is paralysed from being able to bring them to book through the International Criminal Court or the International Court of Justice. All the while China with its communistic regime destroys the environment through rampant exploitation of natural resources.

These considerations basically drive me mad that I cannot do anything but lodge petitions with my real Carer the 38Degrees who help me highlight my concerns on the suffering that I am going through. I must have my nicotine that the National Health Service continues to deny me because nicorrette chewing gums do not work for me and I have stopped chewing them. It seems to me that unless an alternative therapy is found I will die of lung cancer or heart disease from the effects of tobacco.

But I will never give up my journalism at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and SimpleSite, and 38Degrees come what may.

I hope you now understand my predicament.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

On Tuesday, 15 October 2019, 11:54:22 BST, wrote:

Hello Shantanu, It seems you are still not getting the satisfaction you feel you deserve in trying to give up smoking. How does this make you feel, Shantanu? I'm sorry to say that we still can't see email attachments - our system and procedures won't allow that.

Perhaps you'll tell us what your MP says when he does respond to your concerns. You've also talked about the suffering of people resisting a high and mighty state that exists elsewhere in the world, what do you mean by this, Shantanu? Remember, we can't see the email attachment to which you referred.

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Samaritans provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair, including those which could lead to suicide. Our mailbox is read every day by trained volunteers, all using the name 'Jo'. Messages are read and we aim to reply within 24 hours. Samaritans is a registered charity, number 219432. It is the co-ordinating body for the 201 branches in the UK and Republic of Ireland. A trained Samaritan volunteer from one of these 201 branches has written this email. You can contact Samaritans by telephone by calling 116123 from the UK or Republic of Ireland; calls from landlines or mobile phones in the UK and Republic of Ireland are free of charge and the call will not be itemised on your phone bill. You can also text Samaritans in the UK on 07725 909090 or on 0872 60 90 90 from the Republic of Ireland; text messages will be charged at your normal text rate. Should you prefer to write a letter, our address is Freepost RSRB-KKBY-CYJK, PO Box 9090, Stirling, FK8 2SA. For more information about Samaritans visit: www.samaritans.org. Our privacy statement can be found here: https://www.samaritans.org/privacy-statement ========================================================