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Mental Health - Know The Importance!

PG Diploma in Clinical Training, Psychology, MA - Psychology, Cognitive Drill Therapy for OCD & Phobia
Psychologist, Agra
Mental Health - Know The Importance!

Take your mental health as your big priority.
When you are mentally and physically fit only then you can call yourself a healthy person. Generally, we only know about our physical health we often take care of it but we always ignore our mental health issues. You should know that our mental health is a big thing for ourself and we should take it as our first priority. We should talk about it as it is okay not to feel okay.

This year our mental health week's topic is #suicide #prevention. Let's talk about it.

Suicide is a major cause of death in our country. Approximately 800, 000 people die by suicide every year. And it is the second leading cause of death in 15 to 29-year-olds. People experiencing anxiety, depression and hopelessness, helplessness and may feel that there is no other option to cope with their feelings and problems except suicide. But this is not the truth. There are a lot of options to cope with it. We should take professional help or talk with a closed one about your feelings can help.

The majority of suicide have been preceded by warning signs, whether verbal or behavioural so it is important to understand what warning signs are.

Some individual risk factors are:-

• a previous suicide attempt
• mental disorders
• harmful use of alcohol and other
Substances
• job or financial loss
• hopelessness
• chronic pain and illness
• family history of suicide
• genetic and biological factors

Some key facts & figures:-

• one person dies by suicide every 40 seconds.
• a prior suicide attempt is an important risk factor for suicide.
• suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15 to 29-Year-olds.
• suicide affects people of all age groups in all countries.
• suicide is preventable.

What can reduce risk:-

• good physical and mental health.
• strong supportive relationships with friends and family.
• being willing and able to ask for help when it's needed.
• having a meaning and purpose in life.
• have fun and do what you love to do.

Heightened suicide risk is often short-term and situation-specific. While suicidal thoughts may return, they are not permanent and an individual with previously suicidal thoughts and attempts can go to live a long and happy life.

Talking openly about suicide can give an individual other option to cope with their problems and the time to rethink his/her decision. Which may help in preventing suicide.

Behavioural Issues In Childhood - Things Parents Should Never Ignore!

Ms. Uttara Chakrawarty 85% (10 ratings)
M.phil in Psychology
Psychologist, Varanasi
Behavioural Issues In Childhood - Things Parents Should Never Ignore!

Diagnosis & Management of Behavioural Disorders in Children

Disruptive behavioural disorders are complicated and may include many different factors working in combination. For example, a child who exhibits the delinquent behaviours of Conduct Disorder may also have ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, and a difficult home life. 

Diagnosis methods may include:

  1. Diagnosis by a specialist: Paediatrician, Psychologist or Child Psychiatrist.
  2. In-depth Interviews with the parents, child and teachers.
  3. Behaviour check lists or standardised Questionnaires.
  4. A diagnosis is made if the child’s behaviour meets the criteria for disruptive behaviour disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders from the American Psychiatric Association.

It is important to rule out acute stressors that might be disrupting the child’s behaviour. For example, a sick parent or victimising by other children might be responsible for sudden changes in a child’s typical behaviour and these factors have to be considered initially.

How can habit disorders affect behaviour?

Most children develop certain repetitive behaviours at an early age, but it is the frequency, persistence or its effects on the overall well-being of the child which could qualify it as a ‘Disorder’. These habits include

  1. Repetitive sucking of the thumb
  2. Biting of the nails
  3. Hitting his own self
  4. Pulling at his own hair
  5. Holding on to his breath just for the sake of it

This refers to the behavioural issues of your child which cause the child to misbehave more often; this can be due to a variety of reasons such as Improper Parenting, Persistent Family problems, Child Abuse or Neglect, or any other incident that has traumatised the child in the past, both Psychological problems or Medical illnesses etc.

Preventive Measures:

  1. Respect Others Space - Your child may be very excited to tell you about some special event or happening in school, but teach him not to interrupt you when you are at work. He must learn to respect other people’s space and have patience while dealing with people. Otherwise, he would not be able to take rejections and thus be inconsiderate in his attitude.
  2. Adjustment with Peers - Monitor how he behaves with his playmates. Stop him when he happens to fight with his playmates or fights with them aggressively and teach him how exactly to behave with people.
  3. Firm Discipline - You should deal with stubbornness with a bit of high-handedness. Look at your child right into the eye and tell him what is expected of him. Be tough, but not rude.
  4. Balance Independence - Monitor his use of PCs, laptops and mobiles. Well, that doesn’t mean you need to loom over everything he does on his gadget, but do try to watch over the content whether it is inappropriate or not. But remember to never really pry and barge into his privacy. Respect that and you can still humour him.

Treatment of behavioural disorders in children

Untreated children with behavioural disorders may grow up to be dysfunctional adults. Generally, the earlier the intervention, the better the outcome is likely to be.  Treatment is usually multifaceted and depends on the particular disorder and various factors contributing to it, which may include:

  1. Parental education – For example, teaching parents how to communicate with and manage their children.
  2. Family therapy The entire family is helped to improve communication and problem-solving skills.
  3. Cognitive behavioural therapy – To help the child to control their thoughts and behaviour.
  4. Social training – The child is taught important social skills, such as how to have a conversation or play cooperatively with others.
  5. Anger management The child is taught how to recognise the signs of their growing frustration and given a range of coping skills designed to defuse their anger and aggressive behaviour. Relaxation techniques and stress management skills are also taught.
  6. Support for associated problems – For example, a child with a learning difficulty will benefit from professional support.
  7. Use of Reinforcement – Many children with behavioural disorders experience repeated failures at school and in their interactions with others. Encouraging the child to excel in their particular talents (such as sport) can help to build self-esteem using positive reinforcements both verbal and non-verbal.
  8. Medication – To help control impulsive behaviours if required so.
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Cure Of Incurable Disease Through Sonography Of Thoughts!

Dr. Uday Mani Kaushik 91% (35 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Kota
Cure Of Incurable Disease Through Sonography Of Thoughts!

Cure Of Incurable Disease Through Sonography Of Thoughts – Tips

Each and everyday researchers, as well as the medical professionals, come up with truly amazing advancements in finding effective modes of treatment for a number of diseases. In this age of medical advancement, people have found a lease of life to get cured of these diseases. Still, there are a number of diseases termed as incurable.

All hopes are not lost for all those people, who might be suffering from incurable diseases like Alzheimer’s, Eczema, Allergies, Baldness, Thyroid, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Polio, Asthma, Schizophrenia and Cancer. Treatment through Classical Homeopathy is the way forward in all these cases. Before talking about the tips related to Classical Homeopathy, let us briefly discuss in brief about some of the incurable diseases:

  1. Alzheimer’s: This is the most common form of dementia, which results in having difficulties with memory, thinking or reasoning that happen to be serious enough to interfere in day to day activities of people.
  2. Eczema: Eczema refers to a condition, which makes one’s skin red and itchy. This is quite common among children but the problem can occur at any age.
  3. Allergies: Allergies, which are also known as allergic diseases, refer to a number of conditions caused out of the immune system being hypersensitive to some typical harmful substances in the environment.
  4. Psoriasis: This is a very chronic condition of the skin, which is caused by an overactive immune system. Symptoms include inflammation, thickness, white or red patches in the skin, which do not go away easily.

Tips To Cure Incurable Diseases Through Sonography Of Thoughts

As already discussed earlier, Classical Homeopathy is the ideal mode of treatment for curing people of all the above-mentioned incurable diseases. Let us take a look at some of the tips and see how can incurable diseases get cured through Classical Homeopathy:

  • The diseases get treated on the basis of the detailed study carried out on the patients’ basic nature, thought process, symptoms, behaviours, imaginations, dreams and psychological symptoms.
  • The basic idea is to treat the patient as a whole and not just the disease.
  • Medicine is selected on the basis of the mind, behaviour, nature and thought process of the patient.

Treatment through Classical Homeopathy makes use of world-class Homoeopathic software, which helps to save the time of treatment and cures the diseases perfectly.

  • The software assists in the systemic study of the patient's complete behaviour, thoughts as well as symptoms for the incurable diseases.
  • The selection of right medicine as per the patients' behaviours, thoughts and symptoms is a tedious task, which usually takes months. Through this highly advanced and world-class Homeopathic Software known as Hompath Zomeo, this selection can be done within seconds.
  • People suffering from incurable diseases can get relief through this mode of extremely efficient treatment in very less time.
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Negative Behaviour In Kids - Parenting Tips To Tackle Them!

Dr. Urvi Savla 88% (26 ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Thane
Negative Behaviour In Kids - Parenting Tips To Tackle Them!

Most children develop certain repetitive behaviours at an early age, but it is the frequency, persistence or its effects on the overall well-being of the child which could qualify it as a ‘disorder’. These habits include

  1. Repetitive sucking of the thumb
  2. Biting of the nails
  3. Hitting his own self
  4. Pulling his/her own hair
  5. Holding on to his breath without any reason

This refers to the behavioural issues of your child which cause the child to misbehave more often; this can be due to a variety of reasons such as Improper Parenting, Persistent Family problems, Child Abuse or Neglect, or any other incident that has traumatised the child in the past, both Psychological problems or Medical illnesses, etc.

Diagnosis & Management of Behavioural Disorders in Children:

Disruptive behavioural disorders are complicated and may include many different factors working in combination. For example, a child who exhibits the delinquent behaviours of Conduct Disorder may also have ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, and difficult home life. 

Diagnosis methods may include:

  1. Diagnosis by a specialist: Paediatrician, Psychologist or Child Psychiatrist.
  2. In-depth interviews with the parents, child and teachers.
  3. Behaviour checklists or standardised questionnaires.
  4. A diagnosis is made if the child’s behaviour meets the criteria for disruptive behaviour disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders from the American Psychiatric Association.

It is important to rule out acute stressors that might be disrupting the child’s behaviour. For example, a sick parent or victimising by other children might be responsible for sudden changes in a child’s typical behaviour and these factors have to be considered initially.

Preventive Measures:

  1. Respect Others' Space - Your child may be very excited to tell you about some special event or happening in school, but teach him not to interrupt you when you are at work. He must learn to respect other people’s space and have patience while dealing with people. Otherwise, he would not be able to take rejections and thus, be inconsiderate in his attitude.
  2. Adjustment With Peers - Monitor how he behaves with his playmates. Stop him when he happens to fight with his playmates or fights with them aggressively and teach him how exactly to behave with people.
  3. Firm Discipline - You should deal with stubbornness with a bit of high-handedness. Look at your child right into the eye and tell him what is expected from him. Be tough, but not rude.
  4. Balance Independence - Monitor his use of PCs, laptops and mobiles. Well, that doesn’t mean you need to loom over everything he does on his gadget, but do try to watch over the content whether it is inappropriate or not. But remember to never really pry and barge into his privacy. Respect that and you can still humour him.

Treatment of behavioural disorders in children:

Untreated children with behavioural disorders may grow up to be dysfunctional adults. Generally, the earlier the intervention, the better the outcome is likely to be. Treatment is usually multifaceted and depends on the particular disorder and various factors contributing to it, which may include:

  1. Parental education – For example, teaching parents how to communicate with and manage their children.
  2. Family therapy The entire family is helped to improve communication and problem-solving skills.
  3. Cognitive behavioural therapy – To help the child to control their thoughts and behaviour.
  4. Social training – The child is taught important social skills, such as how to have a conversation or play cooperatively with others.
  5. Anger management The child is taught how to recognise the signs of their growing frustration and given a range of coping skills designed to defuse their anger and aggressive behaviour. Relaxation techniques and stress management skills are also taught.
  6. Support for associated problems – For example, a child with a learning difficulty will benefit from professional support.
  7. Use of Reinforcement – Many children with behavioural disorders experience repeated failures at school and in their interactions with others. Encouraging the child to excel in their particular talents (such as sport) can help to build self-esteem using positive reinforcements both verbal and non-verbal.
  8. Medication – To help control impulsive behaviours if required so.

The above discussed ways can help you keep your child away from behavioural disorders. 

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Cultural Differences - How To Balance Them?

Dr. Rakhi Anand 93% (369 ratings)
PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Cultural Differences - How To Balance Them?

When you are in love with someone, it feels like everything is beautiful and you are excited to know about the other person. Have you known someone who constantly brings up their cultural background and uses it as a justification for their behaviour (In our culture we don’t do this etc..). These various influences can sometimes create challenges in intimate relationships with a person from a different cultural background. For that matter, even couples from seemingly similar cultures may still have some navigation differences.

In my experience, I have seen couples who struggle mainly because of the differences in their culture both in love and arrange marriages. In my opinion, there are a few things that can probably help to deal with these challenges

  • Understand and Explore: Celebrate the festivities unique to your partner’s homeland or religious tradition. Spend time getting to know his/her family. Relish the foods from your partner’s native country. You don’t necessarily have to adopt all of your significant other’s cultural practices. However, a willingness to understand your partner’s culture demonstrates love and respect. The more you know the difference the better it is in future.
  • Respect Differences: Legitimate cultural differences exist and should not be glossed over; however, neither should these differences be blown out of proportion. If and when differing perspectives arise, seek to understand, rather than to judge.
  • Looking for Commonalities: While it is important to be aware of cultural differences, also look for common ground. Identify similar values, preferences and interests. You don’t have to share everything with your partner; however, sharing certain core values (such as honesty, hard work, respect, etc.) can help reduce tension in your relationship.
  • Keep What Matters Most to You: While understanding your partner’s culture is important, you shouldn’t feel pressured to discard cherished parts of your own cultural traditions. Inter-cultural relationships require compromise but should not force one party to abandon core parts of his/her identity.

Don’t Make Assumptions

You may be dating someone from a traditionally reserved culture; however, your partner may actually be quite extroverted. Don’t let cultural stereotypes dictate your understanding of your partner. Additionally, some aspects of your partner’s cultural identity may be more (or less) important to him/her, so learn what matters most to your partner. Carefully discuss any expectations for the relationship and/or marriage that may be influenced by your upbringing; these factors may include perspectives on gender roles, intimacy, finances and the holidays.

One of the most important aspects of the cultural differences comes to the planning of the future as if this is discussed before, you most likely won’t end up in the differences of opinion too often.

Plan for the Future
Cultural differences often become more acute when it comes to getting married or having children. Once a relationship becomes serious, you may have to make important decisions about where the wedding will be held, if/where you will worship and how your children will be raised. Cultural differences can also affect parenting decisions such as discipline, helping your child define and understand his/her cultural identity and what language(s) will be spoken in the home.

Our culture is part of our worldview and our worldview influences how we see everything, including relationships. Loving your partner means loving him/him for who he or she is and culture is a distinct part of that. While cultural differences can introduce certain challenges, these challenges are certainly manageable within the context of respectful and supportive relationships.

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Ways To Overcome Depression!

Dr. Nisha Khanna 86% (54 ratings)
Ph. D - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Ways To Overcome Depression!

Depression is not just sadness that requires treatment but sadness becomes severe and often tearful, usually along with poor appetite or overeating, sleep difficulties, low energy, low self-esteem, poor concentration, difficulty making decisions and feelings of hopelessness. Sometimes, due to the early experiences of life, the person starts formulating dysfunctional assumptions (rigid, resistant to change and extreme). The problem arises when these assumptions get activated by critical incidents which further leads to automatic negative thoughts and triggered symptoms of DepressionCounselling Psychologist or Depression Counsellor observed that person may show certain behaviour patterns during the depression:

  • Negative Thoughts:Person has a negative view of self. A person perceives oneself inadequate and deprived. A person also depicts ongoing experiences in a negative way. Person thinks negative about the future.
  • Arbitrary Thoughts:Person draws conclusions without considering alternatives or on the basis of inadequate evidence.
  • Selective Abstraction:Person pays attention selectively to the wrong clues. A person pays attention to some particular cues and ignores others.
  • Overgeneralization:When a person fails in one particular task and then generalizes that failure in other tasks too.
  • Magnification:Here little things become totally out of proportion i.e. making a mountain out of the molehill.
  • Rules or Assumptions: Person thinks rules become part of their cognitive structure and considered to be true in all situations. Some judge themselves inadequate as compared to their own high standards.
  • Helplessness:Person expects that bad events will occur and nothing can be done to intercept them. After meeting failure, when a person formulates internal clarificationpassivity increases and self-esteem drops whereas when person formulate external clarification for failure, passivity ensures but self-esteem stays high.
  • Blaming:When situations are beyond control, a person often blames oneself when something goes wrong. The basic reason behind this is expectations.
  • Suicidal or Self Injury:Person shows such behaviour as an impulsive act to produce some attention from the surroundings. The purpose is to alter their life situation not to die.

For treatmentmedicine alone will probably never provide the solution to Depression. There are numerous Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques (CBT) have been advocated in the treatment of Depression which focused mainly on changing behaviour on the one hand and changing cognition on the other hand. Counselling Psychologists or Depression counsellors used these Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques (CBT)  to modify maladaptive belief systems, attitudes and expectations. The major aims of these Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques (CBT) are to:

  • Increase Activity: Social Reinforcement can be used to start the process and various activities of a depressive person.
  • Reducing Unwanted Behavior: Thought Stopping Technique can be used to direct negative thoughts.
  • Increasing Pleasure: Number of activities that tends to elevate the mood, being relaxed, thinking something good about the future and having peace and quiet
  • Enhancing Skills: By gradually increasing the difficulty of tasks and with practice, the confidence level of the person increased. Target is to enhance skills like PaintingSketching and Dancing
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Types Of Psychotherapy!

Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi 89% (177 ratings)
Masters in Clinical Psychology, Masters in Applied Psychology, Bachelor with Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Types Of Psychotherapy!
  • Behavior therapy- child behavior and emotional problems and others childhood and teenage problems.
  • Cognitive behavior therapy- unwanted thoughts and behavior (ocd), depression, anxiety, stress, low self steam.
  • Systematic desensitization therapy- fear, phobias, unwanted thoughts and behavior (ocd), examination phobia,
  • Psychoanalysis- emotional and psychological problems.
  • Family therapy- stress and conflict with family members, communication gap.
  • Group therapy- crises intervention, family intervention, stress/anger management, motivational, drug addiction, yoga/meditation.
  • Relaxation therapy- anxiety, fear, depression, stress, anger, insomnia.
  • Hypnotherapy- child behavior and emotional problems, anxiety, fear/phobias, exam phobia, depression, stress, anger, stop addiction, lack of confidence, sleep disorders (insomnia), hypno-anaesthesia, memory and concentration, bereavement, past life regression.
  • Catharsis technique- anxiety, fear, depression, stress, anger, insomnia.
  • Bio-feed back- anxiety, fear, depression, stress, anger, insomnia.
  • Aversion therapy- drug addiction, homosexual ideas/behavior, excessive sexual thoughts
  • Brain polarizer- anxiety, fear, depression, stress, anger, insomnia.
     
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Reduce Screen Time!

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MRCPsych, MSc Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Reduce Screen Time!

Internet and social media have now become a part and parcel of life. Not only youngsters but every age group is at risk of excessive screen usage and even addiction. Being mindful of regular use, taking a break after 1-2 hours of continued use and also spending more time outdoors, reading books , socializing with family and friends will all help to curb the habit of excessive screen time.

 

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Ways To Identify Behavioral Problems

Dr. R K Singh 88% (15 ratings)
DNB
Pediatrician, Varanasi
Ways To Identify Behavioral Problems

A pediatrician manages a child's overall physical and psychological health condition. While most parents consult a pediatrician when the child falls sick, they miss the importance of regular visits to the doctor even if the child is seemingly healthy. There are recommended schedules which prescribe regular visits to the doctor from about a week after the birth of the child. The visits are more frequent up till the age of 6 or 7, after which a monthly visit is usually sufficient. The following is a list of reasons why your child should be taken to a pediatrician every month:

1. Documenting the rate of growth
The pediatrician measures the child's weight and height during every visit and charts them. This is important for comparison with the average rate of growth and pin pointing the problems in normal growth (if any) and the reasons for these problems. For example, if a 4 year old girl is in the 80th percentile for height, it means that 80% of the girls her age are shorter than she is and 20% are taller than she is. The rate of growth is an indicator of a child's general health.

2. Detecting deviations in developmental patterns
There are well-defined physical and emotional developmental patterns for children of all ages. For example, a child starts using signals to communicate by 4 months, or starts talking by the age of 2. A pediatrician can spot deviations from the standard patterns better than parents can. Apart from the measurement of height and weight, sometimes hearing, motor skills and vision tests are also conducted on your visit to the pediatrician to ensure that these basic systems and functions are developing properly.

3. Identifying reasons behind behavioral problems
Behavioral issues in children can be caused by a number of reasons - their inability to correctly express physical discomfort, bonding or attachment issues with the parents or caregivers, interactive problems with peers in school etc. Common behavioral problems are snoring, sleep walking, bed wetting, outbursts of anger, lack of social communication etc. The problems can be prevented from becoming complicated conditions if treated early.

4. Prevention of diseases
The schedule for all the required vaccinations is maintained by the pediatrician. Apart from immunization, regular visits to a pediatrician are important for pointing the beginning symptoms of certain diseases. Nutritional deficiencies, which are very common in children, can be diagnosed and addressed before they lead to health problems. Often parents become extremely apprehensive about the child's health- their queries can be answered and their worries can also be put to rest by these visits.

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Behavioural Problems - What Causes Them?

Ms. Ekta Singh 88% (398 ratings)
MA - Psychology, M-Phill Psychology, B.Ed, C.I.G, ECCE, B.A. Psychology
Psychologist, Ghaziabad
Behavioural Problems - What Causes Them?

Behavioural disorders are a type of psychological disorder in which abnormal patterns of behaviour are observed in an individual for a long period of time, at least for 6 months. Behavioural Disorders are very problematic and parents usually take their children for mental health assessments due to the problematic behaviour in external settings. These problems can also occur in adults. When the behavioural problem is not treated in childhood at the appropriate time, then these can cause hindrance in the other aspects of an individual’s life such as the career, and maintenance of the interpersonal relationship.

Types of behavioural problems
There can be various types of behavioural issues that can be commonly seen in children as well as in adults and these are mentioned below.

  1. Anxiety disorders- These types of problems can be characterised by the irrational and persistent fear, tension, anxiety and other disturbances in the behavioural pattern of an individual. These can be further classified into the generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorders and phobias.
  2. Disruptive behavioural disorders- Also called as impulse control disorders, these are characterised by the inability of an individual to control one’s emotional state and behavioural patterns due to which they cause harm to themselves or others. The behaviours may involve the destruction of other’s property, disobeying the societal norms and rules and regulation imposed by authorities and laws, show aggressive behavioural patterns and violating other’s rights.
  3. Dissociative disorders- These can be characterised by the interrupted connections in the consciousness of an individual where they become dissociated with their memory and identity. They forget who they are and where do they belong to and behave like someone who does not know himself or herself.
  4. 4. Emotional disorders- It involves various abnormal behavioural patterns such as behaving abruptly in normal circumstances by showing inappropriate emotions and actions, difficulty in learning, maintaining interpersonal relationships and other social relations, persistent feeling of unhappiness, fear and anxiety.
  5. Pervasive developmental disorder- These occur during the development of the child and continue to affect the different aspects of a child’s life. Disorders such as Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are few examples.

Symptoms of Behavioural Problems
There are mainly two types of symptoms: Emotional and physical

Emotional symptoms involve becoming nervous or anxious very easily, unable to handle stress, blaming others, aggressive behaviour, disregard for rules and laws, showing temper tantrums, etc.

Physical symptoms involve various types of things that can be observed such as fever, headache, substance abuse problems can lead to the appearance of various physical signs and symptoms such as bloodshot eyes, shakiness, burnt fingertips etc.

Causes of Behavioural Problems
There can be biological and environmental causes for behavioural problems in an individual. Biological causes involve health issues such as any disease or chronic ailment, improper diet, damage to the brain or hereditary problems. On the other hand, environmental issues involve any stress in the family such as divorce or death of a family member, neglectful parents or authoritarian parents, poor discipline and disinterest in education etc. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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