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Why Do Aspergers People Cry Easily
Absolutely: Knowing why you have a problem does not make it hurt any less when it gets in the way of doing what you want to do. Many with adhd have troubles with self esteem and can even become clinically anxious or depressed as a result of the frustrations adhd causes in their life. If this is happening more than occasionally, let you doctor know and seek help, either with medication or talk therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gene > brain >: behavior is studied by translational research. OMIM, a genetic database, lists 1,077 molecular genetic defects that cause Intellectual Disability, often moderate-severe, +/- Autistic Spectrum Disorder with Self-Injurious Behavior in their Neurobehavioral profiles. SIB used by a non- verbal person to avoid situations or attain desires often responds to behavioral therapy +/- medications. ...Read more
Good question: While i'd like to think most physicians act professionally, i know all do not. Some are overworked and over stressed, some feel entitled to act unprofessionally. In any case there is no excuse for bad behavior. If it happens, politely call him/her on it. ...Read more
Think about it: These people work very hard to look special. Most of them are not abusing steroids, but have a healthy, often lonely lifestyle focused on building strength. Not everyone thinks massive musculature looks nice (some might even be jealous). But do you generally put down other people's achievements? Do you tell other athletes 'It's not worth it?' Instead, why not just say 'You must work hard.' ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Defense Mechanism: There are a number of theories as to why a person would want to hurt themselves when they are upset or frustrated. In the act of hurting oneself the brain releases endorphins that can bring a sense of calm and/or relief from negative emotions. Hurting oneself to spare hurting another. Due to emotional trauma a person may feel numb and injury reassures their existence. Attention seeking behavior. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Popular/ Anger : Bipolar disorder is self-diagnosed and misdiagnosed for a number of reasons. It is currently the "popular" diagnosis, like multile personality disorder was a decade ago. Also, the symptom of irritability has been attributed by many just to bipolar disorder, even though it occurs in a lot of other illnesses. Lastly, it is hard to diagnose, even by experts, making it an easy target for people to use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nightmares: Nightmares frequently happen in post-traumatic stress disorder, but also in 20-40% of kids between age 5-12 without any psychopathology. Creative people with "thin boundaries" on psychological tests may have them. Medications like antidepressants, certain antihypertensives, antiparkinsonian drugs, & barbiturates can cause nightmares; also withdrawal from alcohol, barbiturates, and benzodiazepines. ...Read more
Curiosity: Circus sideshows embodied curiostiy and quirky spirit. Human nature finds colorful, different and exagerated promises interesting enough to pay and watch. As early as the 1930's people began to raise objections to the "human freaks" deeming them shameful pornography of the disabled. By 1970's laws were passed to kill these traveling sideshows. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol withdrawal: Alcohol and other similar sedatives (barbiturates, benzodiazepines etc.) produce a physical dependency. When the drug is withdrawn ( wears off overnight), morning tremor ("the shakes") commonly occur. It is a result in part of high levels of adrenaline produced in withdrawal, which also raise blood pressure and pulse and increase sweating. This is a sign of alcohol dependency - get medical help. ...Read more
Specifics unknown: Panic attacks are abrupt bursts of psychological and physical discomfort such as racing heart, sweaty palms, shortness of breath, trembling, a sense of impending doom or death, and other similarly discomfiting signs and symptoms. There is a genetic component, and, in people susceptible to it, certain drugs can precipitate it. That said, we don't really know why it happens. But, it is treatable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No definite answer: Contagious yawning has been known since at least the 16th century, but there has yet to be an explanation that stood up under testing. The best was that people have a grouping of "mirror neurons" in their brains that do imitative behaviors, but recent studies show that these neurons aren't activated during contagious yawning. It remains somewhat of a mystery. ...Read more
Blood flow, chemical: Exercise moves blood out of organs & into muscles, sometimes so much so that the organ doesn't work as well. This is why you shouldn't eat a lot before exercise. Hard exercise also releases a lot of chemicals in your body and dehydrates you. Best way around this is to stay hydrated & not work harder than you are trained for at the moment. Always warm up & add intensity gradually. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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