However, the findings of EDS contain laxity and weakness of joints. At the early age, chronic pain develop a joint disease called osteoarthritis. It has elastic skin, fragility skin, blood vessels and membranes. Tissue fragility can affected the people who have experience of bruise, bleeding and wound is not healing properly. Many people who have EDS, the symptoms can happen in childhood.
These factors include high recovery rates and internal and external demands. Studies have shown that high recovery rates are genetically linked. If a parent of a child who stuttered recovers from stuttering, it is likely that the child will as well. Yairi and Ambrose propose a high recovery rate of 85% in children (Yairi & Ambrose, 2005). Few cases of stuttering result in perpetuation or continuation through adulthood, as expressed through high recovery rates.
9.Myelomeningocele - is the most serious spinal defect that the spine unable to form completely. It is a protrusion that contains spinal cord and nerves in the patient’s back. It can cause patient limb defects, bladder and bowel dysfunction and Physical
Other symptoms also include drowsiness, seizures and apnoea. Some infants with non-specific signs of brain injury later display difficulties with learning and educational failure (Blumenthal, 2002). If an infant is held by the thorax and then shaken, it causes a repetitive acceleration deceleration trauma which leads to intracranial bleeding (Jayakumar et al., 2004). Many cases are fatal or lead to seizures and neurological disability including blindness. It has been seen that cerebral palsy, mental retardation or epilepsy may be present in about 60% of the children who are victims of shaken baby syndrome (Jayakumar et al.,
According to WebMD, the first type of spinal muscular disease is the most serious variant due to the fact that most children with type 1 fail to live past two years of age from breathing issues because the muscles that control breathing are feeble. Symptoms of type 1 include limp arms and legs as well as the trouble swallowing. Moreover, type 2 spinal muscular atrophy occurs with children from six to eighteen months old. According to the National Organization for Rare Diseases, children with type 2 are able to sit on their own, but fail to walk more than 10 feet, however, once they mature to a teenager, they will be unable to sit independently. A symptom common for people diagnosed with type 2 is the fingers quivering (National Organization for Rare Diseases).
This is mostly called Trisomy 13 which is also called Patau syndrome which is an extra copy of the chromosome 13. This is a chromosomal condition associated with severe cerebral disability and physical abnormalities in many parts of the body. People that have or know someone with trisomy 13 often have heart defects, brain or vertebral irregularities, poorly developed eyes, extra digits , an opening in the lip which is known as cleft lip with or without an opening in the roof of the mouth that is a cleft palate, and weak muscle tone . Due to the actuality of several life-threatening medical complications, many babies with trisomy 13 pass away within their first days or weeks of their
But a person will also feel confused and dizzy. Blurry vision is also common. And they might not be able to stand for a while after it happens. Some people also become unconscious. Concussions are more serious in children because of the long-term impact that they have on their physical and mental development.
Children and adults alike sometimes have emotional problems with their moods, sometimes becoming sad or depressed. Depression is characterised by certain symptoms to be diagnosed by a professional such as: persistent low mood, feeling overwhelming sadness, disturbed sleep, and loss of appetite, concentration and memory issues and not being able to enjoy normal pleasing activities. School children can show signs with lack of sleep, weight loss and becoming withdrawn. They may have trouble concentrating and give up on tasks easily and may have a low sense of sense worth. Older children may have suicidal thoughts or even attempt
However, some people become dangerously affected by grief and develop harmful symptoms like substance abuse, severe depression, loss of purpose in life, anger at God or authority figures, lack of energy, shortness of breath, weakened muscles and other physical effects. Medical research hasn 't identified all the physical or psychological issues that trigger severe grief, but the following situations often result in people experiencing prolonged -- and potentially dangerous --
What is ADHD? ADHD also called attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is considered to be a brain condition that is unknown. Symptoms of ADHD are very dramatic changes in behavior such as being more aggressive towards people or having a lack of restraint, common moods of people that suffer from ADHD is often being angry or even being depressed (diseases and disorders). Something most young adults or even young kids