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Gifted And Talented Children And Behavior Problems
Behavior is a very extensive psychological term under which there are many concepts. Behavioral problems are treated using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other behaviorally based treatments like Reward and Punishment. Behavioral problems can occur for many different reasons. Medical or Psychological and can happen with children and adults. Please ask ...Read more
It can: When a person is psychotic, he or she may become out of touch with reality. A person who is hallucinating and hearing voices, for example, may talk to him or herself. A person with paranoid delusions may build a bunker to protect him or herself. I knew a patient who ran 15 miles on a highway because he said he heard a voice telling him to do it. So the answer is: absolutely. ...Read more
Yes, they can:
Along with increased aggression if the games are violent, protracted use of all media (more than 2 hours/ day) is associated with obesity. Children with adhd often " hyperfocus" and do not appear to hear instructions. Games and tv at bedtime lead to delayed-onset sleep.
A fatigued child often is more "hyper" and irritable than drowsy. Turn off games and tv at least 20 minutes before bedtime. ...Read more
Behavior problems: Behavior is a very extensive psychological term under which there are many concepts. Behavioral problems are treated using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other behaviorally based treatments like Reward and Punishment. Behavioral problems can occur for many different reasons. Medical or Psychological and can happen with children and adults. Please ask and more defined question.. ...Read more
What are the different behavior problems that can accompany hd and how can the person with hd and family members cope?
It's difficult: Huntington's disease is a very horrible condition of the brain caused by an excess of the neurotransmitter dopamine. Someone with hd can become psychotic and lose touch with reality. Here is a website which may help: www. Hdsa. Org. You should also consider maybe seeking some counseling and therapy for the entire family. ...Read more
But how they are cared for after they are born is probably more important.
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/12220044/. ...Read more
Is there a diet for autistic adults with violent behavior problems which will help them feel more at ease? He is only 18 and goes through very dramatic ups and downs, we think it might be hormones.
Maybe: I know of a book called: special diets for special kids by lewis which may have some suggestions. In general though, the person to whom you are referring may benefit much more by seeing a board certified child psychiatrist. It may be hormones like you say, and that can be addressed as well. Here is a dvd about behavior problems: http://www. Amazon. Com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_16? Url=search-alias%3daps&fi. ...Read more
My Daughter is experiencing behavior problems (quality: reacts poorly to criticism). The following also describe her: Emotional problems and Compulsive behavior. What should she do?
I have a 2 year old who has extreme bad behavior problems and I think he has adhd it's sooooo hardly to get him to Seattle down for bed is it ok to gi?
Question cut off: Your question was cut off mid sentence so it is not clear what you were asking. Two year olds are in the counter dependent stage of development and view themselves as the king/queen of the universe. You need to lean some skills that will redirect his energy & allow you to set boundaries. Your doc may know some local therapists that can teach you. This is common & workable. We try to avoid drugs. ...Read more
I am experiencing behavior problems. My moods change very easy, I zone out and draw pictures of what I see! My hands shake and I get very angry.
Ask for help: The teen years are hard on everyone but are often when significant but treatable emotional problems emerge. If a minor issue you need to learn more effective coping skills. If more intense, you may need that & more intensive help. Ask your family to get you set up with a life coach/therapist. They can start the process & determine if you need more. Do the work and life can get better. Good luck. ...Read more
My 2 yr old daughter is regressing in speech. She had a seizure in dec. She has behavior problems (don't listen, acts out, mean, and ignores) why?
Evaluation needed: Any kid who regresses in speech or language should be evaluated by his/her pcp/developmental pediatrician or pediatric neurologist. If a treatable issue can be found, care can be started immediately. Some cases will turn up worrisome diagnoses that may impact family planning & other decisions. ...Read more
My Wife is experiencing emotional problems (quality: feelings of unreality, detachment). The following also describe her: Behavior problems, Pers...she is falsifying medicad and married using her maiden name to be prescribed narcotics birth may 1st?
I am experiencing feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress), balance problems, behavior problems, difficulty focusing, difficulty concentrating, sleepiness, loss of temper, impulsive or reckless behavior, personality changes, paranoid delusion
Mental health sx's: If you have not had a comprehensive medical evaluation for these symptoms - that is imperative. Medical causes need to be ruled out. These symptoms are serious & of significant concern. Treatment will stem from an accurate diagnosis. Take care and have hope. ...Read more
No relation to that: No there is no relationship to that. Growth hormone deficiency does not cause behavioral problems. ...Read more
General term: 'behavior' is basically what people do; behavioral problems would be things people do that cause problems. The term is general, not just medical-- examples might be getting into fights, arguing, breaking rules, yelling back at parents, doing drugs, driving recklessly... And actions at odds with rules of normal society. Behav probs might suggest psych problems- depression, anxiety, add, etc. ...Read more
How about: Neither "good" nor "bad", but rather is it working for you. If not, get some help to change it. ...Read more
Very: Since 'behavior' defines all that we do, any problem related to our actions can be considered a 'behavioral problem.' the term is generally used to refer to repeated behaviors, even when the negative consequences make it clear that the behavior causes anger or stress in others, or reduces the freedom of the patient. It depends on who sets the rules - a strict parent may see more 'problems! '. ...Read more
Wide range problems: Behavior encompasses a lot of what we do, and problems can be large or small - so it is a pretty loose term. It often refers to externailzing behaviors which tend to disrespect or disrupt the rights or activities of others. Aggression, stealing, defiance, are some more obvious examples. ...Read more
Psychiatrist: Or counselor/psychologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
BEHAVIOR PROBLEM: Behavior problem in not a mental derangement unless it persist for more than 3-4 mo. Where in mental health consult. May be indicated. It is clinically significant if it interfere with social or cognitive functioning or maturation. ...Read more
Not necessary: Sometimes a behavior can be problematic because there is not enough of it (ie. The person does not have the skill or is too anxious to perform). ...Read more
You do not state: Your age but: can you put yourself in other people's shoes, or only think about your wants and needs?, 2. Do yuo treat others as you would like to be treated?, 3. Have trouble at work/school/ome getting along? ; 4. Ever arrested/in jail? 5. Violent, or thinking of being violent, to yourself or others? 6. Are you a bully or have you been bullied? Look up city, county social services and ask, . ...Read more
Do you have to have behavioral problem if you have frontotemporal dementia? What are all the symptoms?
Please see the excellent review at:www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/frontotemporal-dementia/ds...
Frontotemporal dementia — comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment for this group of rare brain disorders. ...Read more