Unlike other disorders there are no telling signs that other can see. No one realizes that when someone with social anxiety leaves an event or sits down in class, they are analyzing every interaction or performance to see how they could have done it better. B) Supporting Statement 2- According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America about 15 million people suffer from Social Anxiety disorder and symptoms usually start around age thirteen. Some physical signs that you may be suffering from Social Anxiety are excessive sweating, rapid heart rate, blushing, difficulty speaking. C) Supporting Statement 3- Social Anxiety does not necessarily come from a chemical imbalance in the brain but can lead to them.
After this, Sophie’s fears then developed into more complicated of matters. Such as natural disasters and murderers and creatures that go bump in the middle of the night. Her parents thought of her as a crazy child, for they have never heard of a kid who screams bloody murder at the thought of having to go to bed and being left alone like Sophie did. Young Sophie and her irrational fears of the unknown are what put her in the middle of
Although having Down syndrome implies an intellectual disability, Down syndrome individuals are able to be autonomous and live a full life integrated in society. It has been previously stated that an improvement in the educational system in which Down syndrome individuals are educated, by encouraging the inclusive educational system where special-needs students are able to share classes with regular students, will be beneficial for those students in their future years of life. Furthermore, promoting simple directions jobs that Down syndrome individuals are able to perform while earning a salary for themselves as well as the creation of more public living spaces for special-needs adults to live in, at the same time as being medically assisted, will make a difference in the quality of life of Down Syndrome individuals as well as in our society by making this world a better one. Thus, as the Spanish Down Syndrome Association (2017) states regarding Down syndrome adults “their personality, hobbies, illusions and projects will be what truly define them as people and their disability will be just another characteristic of
Case Study Assignment# 1: Sara Part I Diagnosis: Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) [Primary] Major Depressive Disorder Illness Anxiety Disorder Severity: 3.5-4.0 Addition information: GI symptoms, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, dizziness, heart palpitations, headaches, stressful at work, recently married and unfertile. Part II Using the DSM-V criteria and information from the case study the primary diagnosis that Sara presents is generalized anxiety disorder as well as, secondary diagnosis with major depressive disorder. There are various rationales that support the diagnosis for Sara, our client, who has indicated that she feels depressed most of the day or nearly every day. She also finds it very challenging to keep her emotion in control as she often finds
This communication problem causes their relationships to deteriorate, which results in great strife for the ones involved. Sandy struggles to express his thoughts and feelings with his wife Georgie. He has a reoccurring dream where he’s reliving the time he drowned as a teenager. As he wakes up in a panic and Georgie asks him if he’s had a bad night and he excuses his strange behaviour for “Heartburn”(p.262). He won’t tell his wife about the terror the dreams cause him out of fear of looking too emotional.
Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson syndrome is a serious condition that affects the skin and external linings (mucus membranes) of the body. It is usually associated with an abnormal response to some medicine you may have been taking for a few days, but fortunately, it is a rare condition. Common medicines that can cause Stevens Johnson syndrome include antibiotics, pain killers, and anticonvulsants. Part 1: Symptoms of Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) The common symptoms of Stevens-Johnson syndrome include: • Swelling of the face • Swelling of the tongue • Hives • Pain on the skin • Skin rash that looks red or purple and spreads within hours or days • Skin blisters, including mucous membranes of the mouth, eyes, nose, and genitals • Skin
The comorbid condition that Sam experienced is the obsessive-compulsive disorder, a type of anxiety disorder. This condition made him behave in reparative and compulsive ways to deal with thoughts that he did not want but could not get out of his head. I have noticed that when Sam is thinking, he looks up and he also has fine hand tremors that make him play with own fingers; he can speak fluently, but awkward and sometimes inappropriate, which are signs and symptoms of a mild case of
He first dedicates it to other people who have grown up in an abusive house hold. He states, “We are not survivors nor victims”. By going through this troubling experience, he says that he has been “made stronger in [his] foundation”. He now believes that since he had to go through it that he should give back to abused children. “We have the opportunity to share, understand, and even heal.” Since he grew up in such an abusive house hold and endured many difficult trials through this that he wants to help other children that have been abused.
While Susan attempted to report the problem, she was afraid of possible negative reaction from her fellow colleagues – they might have frowned on her and made her difficult to continue to work there. This fear is a result of the management’s lack of awareness of existing problems, which established an image that nobody would care to correct the wrongs