Depression in some student-athletes may also be related to performance failure. When Silliman varsity players sustain considerable injuries, such as knee injuries associated with time loss from sport, they undergo both physically as well as emotionally with a decrease in their quality of life. Feelings of depression are signs that the athlete may need more emotional support from a sport or clinical psychologist. These athletes may be less motivated to the goals of rehabilitation or even wonder what the purpose of treatment is.
This type of muscular dystrophy comes along with not only physical issues but psychological as well. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy also can cause mental issues associated with reading, writing, and math. This is not as common as the heart problems, but still can show up as being related to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Many of the children with DMD experience physiological problems because they are different and can’t be as independent or active as other kids their age. This can cause depression.
Going through this uncertainty and confusion often causes people to retreat to the safety of established memories, and they begin to lose awareness of the world around them. Nurses and other care givers who have never met these behaviors before often do not know how to respond when a person with dementia asks difficult questions, such as requesting to see a mother who has passed away. It can also be difficult to know how to reply if they believe they need to go to work or collect children from school. It is important to remember, in the later stages communication is most challenging, that continuing to interact with the person who has dementia is more important than ever.
Early signs of dementia Early signs of dementia aren 't as severe as they can be as the diseas in the person sometimes people have bad memory loss and can potentially forget their daily routines (go to work, pick up kids from school have confusion with the date, time or place and the people with dementia could have trouble understanding simple conversations Younger-onset dementia Younger- onset dementia is when the age of 65 get dementia and this is mostly caused by Huntington 's people under disease when your brain cells die off and leave you being unable or hardly able to move or talk people can Huntington 's disease is or 30 to 50. This disease is also an inherited disease meaning that it has get Huntington 's disease at the more common age come through the genes of your family Dejectedly Huntington 's disease is like dementia as is has no cure but researchers are still working on it to make the suffering lives better. This disease is also called Early-onset dementia Statistics of dementia by 2025 There are more than 413,106 Aussies that have to live forms of dementia and that is anticipated to rise to 536,164 60,000 The amount of People suffering from Early onset dementia is also expected to rise to
Malnourished children can experience death, development delay and diseases. They may undergo growth, immune and cognitive implications. The child’s bones can soften, which makes them weak, easier to break and they can stop growing. It lowers their immune system, which makes them prone to
The cause of ALS is unknown. As of today, there is no cure for this disease however with medication and therapeutic treatments the progression of it can be slowed down. The treatments will also help reduce the discomfort of having the disease (The ALS Association, www.alsa.org). A person living with ALS can be an unbearable experience for them.
One symptom is having flashbacks and also sometimes nightmares, which relive a certain trauma. Another is avoiding reminders of the trauma such as places, people, or certain activities (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)). People with PTSD also tend to lack interest in activities that they used to enjoy or spend less time with people he or she was once close to. Oftentimes, one will have a decrease in positive emotions and some people can be very irritable up to and including aggressive outbursts. Anxiety and insomnia are found in patients suffering from PTSD and many other disorders, but one symptom specific to PTSD is a strong feeling of paranoia.
This could then lead to issues relating to their behaviour due to frustration and poor social skills. A child may also struggle to understand basic information and their learning at school could be affected resulting in poor academic attainment. A child could also become withdrawn or depressed due to not being able to explain their feelings or emotions positively, which could have an effect on other areas of their development. If a child is not encouraged to chew their food or talk then there is the possibility of certain muscles in their mouth failing to develop
Depression is a condition of low disposition and aversion to action that can influence someone 's contemplations, conduct, emotions and sense of well-being (Salmans, Sandra, 1997). People with depression can feel very sad, restless, sad, defenseless, useless, guilty. They might lose enthusiasm for activities that were once pleasurable, experience problems with the way they eat, for example they may experience overeating or decreased appetite. People with depressed mood may also have issues with their concentration, they may face problem on recalling details or deciding about something, and might think about, endeavor or commit suicide (Schmidt, Peter, (2005). There are many different reasons why someone may suffer from depression.
When these signs first occur, people often mistakenly think it’s a cold, being out of shape, or "smoker 's cough. As COPD gets worse, you may be short of breath while doing simple task like get dressed or fixing a meal. It gets harder to eat or exercise, and breathing takes much more energy. People get weaker as time goes on. Symptoms of COPD may suddenly flare up and get much worse than they were before, which is called COPD exacerbation.
For example, if someone with Alzheimer 's needed to take a certain prescription at a certain time, they may forget, or if they do remember, they may not take the correct amount needed. This could become a very high risk for the patient dying due to an overdose. All the care required for Alzheimer 's patients puts a lot of added stress onto the caregiver. They can feel social withdrawal towards society, anxiety about what the next day brings, depression that changes your outlook, anger towards the patient and how they aren 't doing what they were able to do at one point of time, denial and thinking that it will get better, exhaustion about daily tasks, lack of concentration that makes performing familiar tasks difficult, and health problems that can affect your mental and physical health (alz.org). To the right is a picture showing the ages of people affected by Alzheimer 's. Based on this graph, the most affected age is
Weight loss, apatite changes, fatigue, and sleeping problems come masked as getting older, or a side-effect of a heart condition or chemotherapy, and people don 't recognize when the symptoms go beyond the routine and cross over into true depression. The symptoms in the elderly are less likely to present as sadness and more likely to tend towards a whole host of other possible symptoms, particularly low motivation, lack of energy, and physical ailments such as worsening arthritis and