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Do Eating Habits Of Childhood Affect Adulthood
Yes: Much as with attention-deficit, which was thought to not happen in adults, there is neither a biological reason, nor any evidence that sensory integration / sensory processing disorders like disorders of proprioception should vanish when one becomes an adult. Thus these disorders can definitely persist into adulthood. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Autism: Autism is characterized by pattern of behaviors and social communication deficits.There may be repetitive patterns or ritualistic behaviors.The improvement with time and therapy helps. Developmental changes aid if therapy continued. The symptoms don't get worse with age. Discuss with a good psychiatrist about aba therapy as that is really helpful all the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are some childhood diseases that you generally "grow out of" as you reach adulthood, what to do?
PLease clarify: We dont really "outgrow" childhood dissease- we get them and develop immunity. Adults can still get chickenpox, pertussis, scarlet fever, mumps, measles, etc. If they did not have them as children. What to do? Eat well, drink lots water, take care of yourself so you dont get overwhelmed in case you did get ill. ...Read more
Not diagnostic: When schizophrenia is diagnosed in a teenage or adult, in retrospect one may reflect that their personality seemed a little off compared to siblings, especially socially. I have experience with 4: two seemed completely normal until mid teens, the other 2 avoided eye contact, had tactile sensitivity, and seemed anxious, sx seen with pervasive devel dis, or ASD. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/childhood-schizophrenia/basics/symptoms/CON-20029260 ...Read more
"The Power of Habit": Changing lifetime habits is hard! How motivated R U? What will your new habits look like? What steps will this require? Do U expect to gradually introduce changes or suddenly change everything? Changing habits works best when we have (a) clear plan; (b) gradual goals; & (c) an understanding of what may go wrong (esp when our emotions take over & we don't feel like sticking w/the plan) & what to do ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Little or none: Studies of kids with isolated high temperatures including those in the > 104 range show no long term effect with the fever by itself.Those who had moderate or minimal fever but has symptoms involving the nervous system were more likely to develop learning problems as adults. ...Read more
No- not normal: Stuttering at any age is not normal and especially if the person was not doing it before. He should be taken for a full evaluation perhaps with a neurologist that has a special interest in language disorders and then a plan for intervention should be established sooner rather than later. ...Read more
Depend : depend on how they did it most surgeon and pediatric surgeon will make a plan to create a permanent tube from the stomach and connect it to the skin this way it will grow with the child and does not have to be changed only the tube could be inserted during the feeding and taking out after depend on how the feeding is done some will do it intermittent and some continuous no feeding at night period ...Read more
It may be depression: Apathy can be a symptom of depression, which childhood trauma can, for sure, cause. Depending on the trauma, duration and age when it was inflicted, it generates many toxic emotions hidden in the deep recesses of the unconscious. It ends up affecting many, sometimes unexpected, aspects of one's life. Best advice, talk to a psychotherapist asap. If this is depression, to a psychiatrist too. ...Read more
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