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My mom diagnosed with depression n she's here to meet my baby N Ihd cesarean, my baby is 6 month old, from childhood she's physically and mentally tortured me. N she also misbehaved with my father, Nt cooking food and use abusive language. After delivery, I also diagnosed with osteoporosis. I thought after seeing baby she'll fyn But there is no change, m observing from few days I ve sleepless night, poor diet, even Not taking meal from 3 days. N irritated with baby also. Is it affected me, coz m also feeling depression stage n feeling to commit suicide.
I have some anxiety problems. Can I take Amixide H for anxiety as no other medicine like melzap or alprazolam suits me? Due to anxiety, my blood pressure always becomes elevated.
There are many bad ideas are running always in my mind I am very depressed bcz of these bad ideas what should I do so that I should concentrate.
Now a days I feel acute panic attacks, anxiety, stress whenever sudden things happen or heard. Is this a sign that my heart is becoming weak.?
Hi doctor im 28 years old male I do have sleep disorder from the past 6 years and I have not take serious action but now I feel anxiety over stress and can not able to sleep and my brain can not shut while sleep it goes on thinking unwanted thinking please help me to fix this problems.
Sir I am 18 year old. I have many type of tension, depression, metal problem about my career and I have no friends at that time to share my feelings. At this stage I am very alone. So please tell me what I do for this problem.
My wife is very thin and weak.If she work little bit and pain start in her body.Advice me what treatment should we give her. Thanks.
Tried various treatment, creams, following diet plan from long and also sleeping to 8 hrs or plus but no improvement in dark circles under eyes, so pls suggest should I go for surgery or is there any other option for that, pls suggest as I have dark circles under eyes from more than 5 years. Feeling very frustrated as getting no result from everywhere.Please tell.
I think I have bpd ,the symptoms are similar to what I have noticed in myself ,I want to b sure about it .So should visit a psychologist or a psychiatrist? I would b grateful if you can suggest for help
Sir im a b.tech student I have a problem by travelling in train and coming to home and getting tired so I cannot keep concentrate on my studies so do you have suggestions or tips for my problem how I need to boost my strength and potential keeping my body in the same condition. I wish you could able to wish me soon as much soon as you possible Sir. Thanks for giving this platform to share with you some thing SIR.
I had done treatment of my headache and it cures too. But now my exams are coming soon and I am reading for 7 to 8 hours a day. Problem is that there is sudden pain in my head whenever I looked down in book. Pain goes away when my neck is in neutral position but sudden headache when I flexed or extend my neck. What would I do?
I am 46 years man suffering acidity & constipation 15 years treatment under ayurvedic sometimes allopathic. Now suffering anxiety, feeling of heart attack, fear.
As parents watch their children grow, they take pleasure in seeing their kids perform simple activities like crawling, rolling, talking, walking, etc. However, a child’s intellectual development could be hampered, and they could have intellectual disability (ID). While the symptoms are obvious during infancy in some children, others show symptoms only during their schooling period. There are associated mental conditions like seizures, mood disorders, vision/hearing problems, autism, etc.
In medical terms, a child is said to be affected by ID if his/her IQ is less than 75. Normal IQ ranges between 85 and 115, with the average being 100. There are various tests that a doctor would do to test if the child’s IQ is affected. The following are some milestones that the family can observe to help in diagnosis.
- Rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking are all delayed
- Improper speech
- Slow to learn things like toilet training, dressing, feeding, etc.
- Tends to forget things easily
- Throwing tantrums to get what they want
- Lack of logical thinking, problem-solving, and connecting actions with results
Causes: While the exact aetiology is not established, in 2/3 affected children, ID is the result of when the brain development is affected. Some of the causes include the following:
- Genetic conditions like Down syndrome
- Alcohol or drugs or smoking abuse, malnutrition, and infections during pregnancy
- Issues during childbirth, including forceps delivery, reduced oxygen levels, or premature birth
- Illnesses during early stages of life, including whooping cough, meningitis, head injury, toxic substances exposure, severe abuse, and malnutrition
Diagnosis: In addition to IQ tests, other structural abnormalities can be diagnosed using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and an electroencephalogram (EEG) to look for evidence of seizures, etc. Observing the child, interviewing the parents, and testing the child can together help in confirming the diagnosis.
Management: The family has to work together to get the child to lead a normal a life. Speech therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition counseling, physical therapy, etc., are all available as support systems to work on improving various aspects. The parents play a critical role and in addition to above, they can do the following:
- Learn about the condition as much as possible and support the child.
- Allow the child to become independent, even if he/she is making mistakes. Allow them to make mistakes until they learn the right way of doing things. Coax them into taking feedback and learning new things.
- Get them involved in group activities like arts, sports, etc.
- Keep in touch with the teachers so that you are aware of their progress in school.
- Reinforcing learning at home is very essential.
- Form support groups with similar parents and caretakers.
- ID is definitely not easy to manage in a child, but there is definitely a lot of help available compared to what was available earlier.
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