Month: January 2022

Blog articles can help you overcome panic attacks, anxiety, hypochondria, social phobia and other anxiety conditions.

Strange child behavior

Strange behavior of the child may indicate a child’s neurosis. Neurosis is a disorder of the nervous system. It is accompanied by mood swings, increased anxiety, and somatic symptoms.Neurosis occurs as a result of internal conflicts. Neurotic disorders can form in early childhood and are stopped, unsatisfied with basic needs. For example, a child screams furiously when he…
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Sleepwalking in a child

Sleepwalking in a child is a disorder of the slow-wave sleep phase. In science, it has acquired the name somnambulism. During sleep, the brain “rests” and the areas responsible for movement, too. But this is not always the case. With sleepwalking, the child can get out of bed without waking up and perform actions. A concomitant symptom may be talking. But…
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Impaired coordination of movement in children

Impaired coordination of movement in children is a condition that occurs as a result of improper functioning of the nervous system. The coordination of human muscle interaction is disrupted. Impaired coordination of movements may indicate diseases of the musculoskeletal system, as well as diseases of the central nervous system. Your movements may not be symmetrical or precise. If…
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Sleep disorders in a child

The reason for contacting a neurologist may be a violation of the child’s sleep. Sleep is an important part of a person’s life. It is necessary for processing and organizing information received during the day, as well as for rest of the body. Lack of sleep can affect a person’s waking time. Irritability appears, it is impossible to concentrate,…
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Autism in a child

Every year, the number of children diagnosed with autism increases. The causes of the development of the disorder have not yet been identified. Current research suggests only possible causes that have influenced the development of autism in a child: Age of the parents. The older the parents, the more likely they are. Genetics. If there are people with autism…
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Impaired speech development in a child

Speech is a necessary element of our life. Kids from childhood learn to pronounce sounds, and then words. If the child has learned to speak, then he can safely communicate with his peers, make contact, play, and explore the world. The child will be happy to go to kindergarten or school. Unfortunately, there are children with speech disorders. Such…
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