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Observing Physical Social And Cognitive Development In Preschool Children
Decreased cognition: In pediatrics, we follow infants-toddlers for delayed milestones and one of those is the cognition being within normal limits. If not walking and talking at the appropriate time, i.e. 18 months, this is delayed and hearing and other evaluations may be done. If adults acquire cognition delays, i.e. memory, brain function, dementia or other issue should be ruled out. ...Read more
6 month-old sleeps max. of 7 hrs/night, & takes no naps (literally, none) during day. Is this sufficient sleep for healthy cognitive development?
Can you tell me how can the environment of traditional neonatal intensive care units (nicus) influence preterm babies cognitive, and social development?
NICUs and developmen: The noisy and painful experiences in nicus of the past appeared to affect babies development. Added to that, the lack of parental contact has been shown to be detrimental. Modern, progressive nicus encourage parents to participate in their baby's care or provide surrogates (cuddlers). They cluster care to minimize interruption of babies' natural cycles. They decrease noise and other stimuli. ...Read more
Likely blood flow.: Daily physical activity helps the blood flow better. This means blood flows to the brain better, and makes it work better, unless there are complications, like brain diseases. It also relieves tension, and helps sleep since it makes a person tired after activity. This, and a balanced diet, and enough sleep can make a person feel invigorated and very alert. ...Read more
What are the signs on either A physical or cognitive examination To be able to tell there is a dramatic significant loss of neurons and brain cells ?
Drs & psychologists: train for many years to learn how to detect changes in cognitive abilities. Often they draw their conclusions from psychological evaluations or by comparing a person over time. It is impossible in 400 characters to explain the training and guidelines which lead to their noting a dramatic change in brain functioning. Sadly,if some1has given that diagnosis 2someone U love, talk 2 them 2 find out why ...Read more
Yes, but it is rare: It is possible to have cognitive side effects from dbs surgery. Some of this could come from a stroke or bleed (both of which are rare). There have been cases, particularly in parkinson disease when leads were implanted in the subthalamic nucleus, where patients have had psychosis. Fortunately these types of side effects are usually quite rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could be the result I might feel after a cognitive behavioral therapy if I have social anxiety and low self confidence ?
Are my reduced cognitive & memory function & personality/behavioral changes a result of the brain surgery I had due to cerebral trauma?
Discuss w/ provider: We can not begin to know what your changes are or anything about the surgery or even the trauma. The best people to answer your concerns - who owe a clear full explanation to you - are the physicians who worked on you. They'll be able to direct you toward the best follow-up treatment services too. I hope you have as close to full recovery as possible. Best! ...Read more
14 month is delayed cognitive and physical. He gets excited around bright lights. He still has folds under eyes and flat nasal bridge. What is this?
Genetics: I would go to local children's hospital and have child evaluated in genetics clinic. ...Read more
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