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Wetting Accidents At School
Not sure: Exactly why people need certain amounts of sleep--or any at all--remains an ongoing area of study. Individual variability it quite high, but generally younger individuals need more sleep than older folk. About 9-10 hours is usually a good target for children. A good measure is how easily they awake in the morning (especially non-school days). Hard to rouse in the morning: not enough sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 year old suddenly crying at bed time, waking up at night crying for me not going back to sleep. Had 2 accidents at night (awake) but trained since 2?
Night terrors?: Reassure her/him. No tv prior to bed--calm at bedtime ...Read more
Age 23,anxiety at college,parents still care like a 2 years old kid,My family members respect me even elders,was at bad school,not ok in social,cause?
Counseling: Report to the campus counseling center. Depression in college is very common because of all the changes that ollege students have to go through adjusting from the impact of moving from their small towns or big cities or wherever else to college life, and stepping toward autonomy. It often represents too much change into short period of time. Counseling likely will be of benefit. ...Read more
Age 23,social anxiety like someone watching me writting,supervises me,hands shake at that time,was at bad school,now 23 in college,still same,wt cause?
How do I stop wetting the bed at age 18? I am female, 102 pounds, healthy, have a history of bed wetting as a child, and still bed wetting at age 18.
See wetting expert: Stop drinking after supper, void before bed. Has an enuresis alarm been tried? If not try a"wet-stop" alarm. Dr will test urine to rule out UTI etc. Dr may try DDAVP uo to 3x0.2mg tabs nightly to reduce nocturnal urine production &/or long-acting anticholinergic medication like Oxybutynin er, or Detrol (tolterodine) la to increase functional bladder capacity. Specially appropriate if u void frequently by day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wet the bed as a kid. Took DDAVP (desmopressin) through high school, stopped @ 18. Started bed wetting again at 22. Stopped &29. Now 33 & bed wetting again. Help?!
Wetting the bed: you need to see your doctor. You could have a urinary tract infection. You also might need urodynamic studies to determine the etiology. ...Read more
8 years old \impulsive ADHD with daily night terrors & sleep walking for 9 months. 4-5 times non sleep terrors in day time. Normal eeg. Is it nt?
Child almost 5 still wets to bed but potty trained at 2 any suggestions on bed wetting &is this normal at her age? She is upset when pees at night
Enuresis: Bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) in a 5 year old is likely to resolve as she matures, discuss simple techniques with your pediatrician or see a urologist for treatment options. Bedwetting alarms, evening fluid restrictions or prescription DDAVP (desmopressin) are all appropriate considerations at this age and older. ...Read more
Have social anxiety specially at academic place,have over protective parents,screaming teachers when i was kid,i am sensitive towards things,i everyth?
Psychotherapy: Find a local, reputable psychotherapist to help pinpoint stressors that you encounter in social situations, as well as exploring other stressors from other areas of your life, and explore how interrelated these are. Also, ask your psychotherapist if medication might help, and if so, find a psychiatrist to evaluate medication needs, if any. ...Read more
My 12 yr. Old son falls asleep doing schoolwork, homework, and chores; but is alert when watching t.V. Or playing video games, is this adhd?
Maybe: Tv and video games are geared for a 4 second attention span. Most 2 year olds have longer attention spans than that. The 4 second attention span keeps your son alert via a neural reflex. It also lowers his attention span for the real world. Research states of those who watch 1 hour a day 9% will lower their attention span to add levels. 2 hours lowers 18% and 3 hrs 27%. Limit both to 45 min/day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Abused by teacher in '80s. School never believed me/my parents. Abuser now sunday school teacher at church. How can I be credible in warning church?
Sleep disorder? Struggle to stay awake after 6 pm and keep nodding off drooling. Wake up at 3:30/4am wide awake x1year. Ruining social life. Why?
Not sure why: You fall asleep at 6 pm because you get up at 304 am. You would benefit form seeing your doc and or a sleep specialist. You may have food allergies. I would also consult an acupuncturist. You are clearly imbalanced and they offer a whole other dimension of care that is very helpful. ...Read more
My 5 yr child has trouble learning spellings and following instructions at school.daydreams and does not complete school work?
Spouses sleep schedule all around clock years of night worker retired now can't get on routine sched sleeps 4hrs, then16 hrs then 8 - also think apnea?
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92 discharged at 530pm sundowning, weak after 2 nights of little sleep. Refusing antibiotic for uti. Just fell sound asleep in recliner. Let her sleep?
How much should a 16 years old student minimum sleep at night specially before exams (to avoid trouble in memory and concentration)?
No < 9 hours: During the growing years a teen needs 9 or more hours of sleep per 24 hrs. Growth spurts and physically demanding activities can add to the need. Failure to keep up with the sleep requirement can show up in a variety of ways. Poor academic performance in school, sleep walking, etc. After growth stops & activities lessen, 8hrs may be adequate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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