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Hi doctor I am suffering from anxiety and short memory and mood swings and emotionally harested every time!
I am of 68 years having systolic hypertension. Otherwise I am complete fit. Recently I am I am forgetting the names of known persons within a short period. Also sometimes I fail to recognize them.
Hi, My age is 32 (Female). I am having fear feeling from last one year. Whatever I think like travel, large volume sound, building etc I feel like fear. I have recently got thyroid problem also have gas problem too.
I don't know why, that some times I don't know what I was doing. Eg :suppose if I run for a certain distance at the end I think like did I run till now.
I am 20 years old, student at university level I need to know something about mental health because sometimes I can't able to memorize my lessons quickly so what should I do?
He is forgetting the things to do and he don't remember even while he is studying he do not remember next day what he has learned and I do not remember what work I have to do its look like my brain is not working properly what he should do.
I am having anxiety problem for last few days. I feel like suffocated and sometimes have problem in breathing. Also I feel like blood flow in legs has stopped and a different kind of feeling (anxiety) is developed due to that and which. Please help me with this problem as I am not able to do any work.
Asperger's syndrome has been found to affect people at a tender age. The augmented impacts of this syndrome are felt as you grow up. It is a neurological disorder falling under the scope of Autistic Spectrum Disorders. However, it is a milder form of autism and has similarly unidentifiable causes. A person afflicted with Asperger's syndrome will not exhibit stark signs of the disorder. These persons are usually smart and brilliant but face issues in communicating or interacting socially.
Factors that may result in this disorder:
- Genetic factors could also afflict you with such a syndrome. Thus, it is important to carry your family history while consulting a doctor.
- Certain changes in a person's brain could create trouble.
- Your body could be susceptible to external toxins: many times bacteria and viruses from a polluted environment can lead you to such a serious neurological condition.
Ways to diagnose Asperger's syndrome:
- A doctor would concentrate on your child's speech: Language development can hint at many underlying health issues. Your child might fail to process speech around him or her which impairs its own speech.
- Exchanges in a social setup could be indicative of something: Children or adults could find social gatherings challenging. They feel awkward to interact with friends, relatives and colleagues. It takes a lot of effort on their part to exchange basic pleasantries. A doctor will be able to deduce from such symptoms.
- Facial expressions while conversing could help diagnosis: A person's facial expressions tell a lot about how they formulate or feel about things. Their words, at the same time, could be contrary. Counselors lay stress on frequent sittings to closely note the gestures made by a patient.
- Comprehension and coordination capabilities: Your child or loved one might find it difficult to handle motor regulated appliances. Comprehending instructions could also be a test. People suffering from Asperger's syndrome face problems in understanding simple things.
- Responding to change will also be taken into consideration: Patients trying to cope with this syndrome are usually not open to change. They take a very long time to adapt to a given way of life; a sudden change will thwart their idea of normalcy.