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What Does The Act Of Stretching Actually Do
My psvt specifically acts up sometimes after I stretch or after I take in a deep breath, anything that seems to put pressure on my chest cavity. Why?
There are many: different forms of SVT so it is difficult to answer with certainty however in general anything that modifies the conduction timing in the heart or the frequency and timing of extra heart beats can trigger an SVT in a susceptible patient. Stretching and deep breathing can modify the physical structure of the heart and thereby the timing by increasing the blood return or trigger extrasystoles. ...Read more
Multiple ways: It depends on the age and the type of adhd that they have. Some of the possible ways are: daydreaming, not staying on task, not focusing, not paying attention, easily distracted, making noises, disturbing others, out of their seat, talking too much, not waiting turn, interrupting others, being loud, missing assignments, having trouble with authority, not completing schoolwork, disorganized, etc. ...Read more
United Kingdom: The mental health act of 1983 is an act of parliament in the uk -- it pertains to people in england & wales. It describes the care and treatment of people with mental illness, and how they can be detained to have their disorder diagnosed and treated -- even against their wishes ("sectioning"). It was amended in 2007, with more description of process and mental health professionals too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: The ADA protects those with a major life impediment from discrimination in getting or holding a job. Basically, if you are otherwise qualified for the majority of the job requirements the employer must make reasonable accommodations to employ you. So, depending on your disability and the job you want and the place of employment and your other qualifications the ADA can protect your right to work. ...Read more
Overreaction: A child with a sensory processing problem with have an extreme reaction to what is a usual stimulus- a sound, texture, etc. It canbe just a mild discomfort to total meltdown! ...Read more
Copying you: Your child will copy your value system one way or the other. Show him what you value, what you consider rewards and what you consider faulure. ...Read more
Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine): If you have adhd, take your usual dose, if you do not have adhd, either dose may help you be alert. It can also make you irritable. Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is not a smart pill, so it will not replace proper preparation. You should get a good night sleep before taking any examination. Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) is not a replacement for an appropriate amount of sleep. ...Read more
Be proud already: 'Fake it till you make it', or as Shakespeare said, 'Assume a virtue if you have it not.' The key is that you want to be a better person. You'll be successful if what's driving you is a real concern for the effect you have on others, rather than just a desire for professional or personal gain. Take little steps. Apologize. (I've done this -- I've done much that I deeply regret.) Love yourself. ...Read more
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Lower carbs: Eat breakfast and drink plenty of water. Walk for 60 minutes daily. Do not snack or eat junk food. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. If you eat meat only eat small portions and twice a day. Cut back on carbohydrates which are sugars and starches such as bread, pasta, potatoes and rice. Good luck. ...Read more
Can treating a child as if they were sick cause them to act sick or create symptoms that are not real?
Yes: We all will often act the way someone expects if we want their attention. The answer to your question is yes, especially if repeated exams and tests indicate there is nothing wrong. Adopt a positive attitude and change the outlook by expecting wellness. Depression can also be a clue when someone is acting sick a lot. ...Read more
Alot of times i show signs of and act high uncontrollably, and its like i am, except im 100% sure im not. Is this some condition?
Sounds like you: Need some feedback about your behavior and guidance. A mental health professional can help you with that. Please see one so that you can get the support you need. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Is having obsessive thoughts that someone could be getting hurt because of my omission to act, normal? These thoughts are really intense.
Psychology: see a psychologist for evaluation of both OCD and delusional disorder. Do it now! ...Read more
I long to be around ppl. But when I am i wish i was alone. It seems like they act like in not there though i try to join in. Causes of this?
Get guidance: There are ways to learn to interact successfully with people. Find a wise guide who'll focus on behavior and learning skills rather than "talking about feelings". The dale carnegie books are still great. Few people really enjoy "social events"; you have a duty to yourself to find some activity you enjoy that will bring you into contact with people who share your interests. Be brave. ...Read more
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