For a number of reasons, you might not yet be in a position to seek immediate medical help when a crisis occurs. You or someone you know intimately might be suffering from a mental or nervous breakdown. This could occur late at night and doctors in general these days don’t see patients until the next morning or without an appointment which could take days to schedule. If you are able to get to a public hospital, who knows how long you have to wait to be treated.
It is ironically general practice for late night emergencies to be seen to at the emergency entry of the state hospital. With no visible signs of physical or even emotional trauma, the dilemma exists for the emergency patient on how to explain himself to the tired doctor working the late night shift. It is not good to assume, especially in emergency situations, but could it be assumed that most of you reading this have a laptop at home or have a mobile device handy, giving you instant access to an internet server.
If it can be positively assumed that you do, then you can start dealing with the emergency straight away by going through online neuroscience resource information extensively available and always up to date. There may be a need to source archived information too. There is also the opportunity to listen to or watch video presentations of lectures dealing with specific cases of emotional trauma or sudden mental breakdown.
But for now, the emergency is immediate. The online resource space does provide you with steps on how to handle the emergency and provides you with contact numbers on the best available specialists in your immediate vicinity.