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My son agniv nandi is autism child. He is 9 years old. He could not speak according his level and he is hiper active. He can write and recognize things. What medicine is good for my child?
I am a 64 years old man, well eucated and still earning well. I am well behaved, decent and very considerate towards others. I always try to ensure that I am not a cause of any trouble or inconvenience to people around me. I generally try to remain away from people and avoid interactions. However, I have developed a feeling that many people atteractions because of the fear of being misunderstood. When I was in active employment many of my colleagues used to be quite afraid of me because of my profesional competence, sincerity, honesty, and dominating nature. Of late, I have started feeling that people around me harbour a feeling of jealosy and envy towards me, because of which I have developed a phobia of people and try to remain in my room at home as well as office. Lease advise, what should I do to avoid this phobia because on slightest provocation people react very badly towards me. Therefore, I have developed a great phobia but I can not run away from the society and have to learn the ways of life and modulate my behaviour rather than expecting others to change. Despite being a medical doctor, and being pretty well informed and aware, I am going into a shell, please suggest some way to get out of this situation.
Hi sir I am 22 years old boy I have some problems last one years any time my heat going a desperation and that time I am so afraid an if any time I eat lunch and any time I eat a dinner I go to desperate and I don't take a proper food so I request you sir please solution me my question and other problem is my I have doing a sex problems if I talk to gf if I watch TV if I see a hot pic if I see a heart girl that time is it going that is can I innovated this type do have I desperate n help of sex problem and I take a midcien fordesperste ast 3 weeks name is lonazep and stop -5 please sir tell me what I do I request you as a son please sir.
I am feeling that I am somewhat special, if I go in front of mirror, I start to think who is she, my parents are not mine, every thing which is mine it's seeming that it's not mine actually. These type of feeling actually effecting me. what should i do ?
Dear sirs daily am taking 180ml brandy, and taking 4 glass water to mix I know its wrong I cant stop drinking can you suggest taking 180 ml brandy k.
I smoke one tym 6 day in a weak and I also go to the gym. Does it affect my body muscle to developed.
Dear Sir, I have been to Gulf countries before and when ever I go and join a new company I am going into depression and feeling very fear in my mind and heart and due to that BP is also rising and I feel like immediately return back to India and I did couple of times like that and now I have an new opportunity back to Gulf and I am very much in Dilema whether to go or not If I am going please advise me how to fight that fear and be relaxed and haapy working there Regards,
I forget everything I read or mug up within 1day. And after one day the previously read topic seems like new one that I have not read till now. N also I almost forget what I see. Is there any problem or not. Till now I have not took any medication.
Do people really suffer from mood disorders?
Mood disorders are common psychological problems that affect a vast portion of the human populace all over the world every year. These occur when there is a shift or imbalance in a person's psyche which affects his or her daily function and interpersonal relations in varying degrees. Each individual is affected by these conditions in a different capacity and responds to them in a distinct manner.
Mood disorders generally manifest themselves as fluctuations in a person's temperament. It is triggered by various factors. These mental illnesses range from mild to severe, the latter requiring urgent psychological counseling and treatment. A mild condition may even develop into a painful and chronic one without any form of remedial intervention.
What are the most common types of mood disorders?
There are many distinctive categories of mood disorders that can affect a person. The most commonly occurring ones are as follows:
- major depressive disorder
- bipolar disorder
- seasonal affective disorder (sad)
Major depression is the most frequently occurring type of mood disorder. It causes mental and emotional turmoil, as well as physical anguish. Those affected by it may experience a single episode in isolation or multiple episodes over a period of time. The milder version of this condition is known as dysthymia.
Bipolar disorder is a comparatively rare condition that causes alternating states of extreme mania and depression. It is also known as manic-depressive illness. The mild version of this is called cyclothymia.
Seasonal affective disorder or sad is a depressive disorder that is known to affect those living in colder climes. It is caused generally by the lack of warmth and light, the onset of which begins in late autumn and lasts till the end of winter.
What causes a mood disorder?
Mood disorders are very difficult to diagnose as they can be caused by an assortment of triggers and the symptoms are not always apparent. This is particularly true in the case of dysthymia and cyclothymia.
Some of the usual factors that lead to mood disorders are:
- chronic stress and anxiety
- anomalies in the functioning of the nervous system
- prolonged periods of isolation
- childhood abuse and trauma
- ineffectual coping mechanisms
- insufficient nourishment/malnutrition
In most cases, a combination of multiple factors usually leads to the development of mood disorders and other mental illnesses.