Many concerns have centered in on the possible links between repeated concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CPE. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a serious, degenerative brain disease that affects a person’s ability to think. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy involves the progressive brain damage, particularly in the frontal region of the brain, which controls many functions including people’s judgement, emotion, impulsive control, social behavior and their memory. A signature feature of the disease is abnormal deposits of a protein called tau that accumulates around small blood vessels in brain crevices. Researchers believe that multiple blows to the head may dislodge the tau protein from the cell structure and cause it to form in clumps inside nerve cells.
Stress can have the power to deteriorate the human body mentally, emotionally and physically. It is known that stress can affect an unborn child significantly. At such a delicate time in child development, the stressors received by the mother can cause permanent damage to the unborn child. Maternal and prenatal stress and can affect brain development caused by adverse pregnancy outcomes, which include fetal growth retardation and autism (Relier, 2001). When an infant is frequently terrified, which triggers the brain to produce too many stress hormones early in life, it can cause the brain to become incapable of responding normally to stress.
Subsequently, the child may suffer from difficulties involving speech articulation as these initial years are critical for speech development. Children with ECC can also experience delayed physical development, especially in height and weight. The pain caused by ECC may lead to a reduced appetite resulting in malnutrition. In fact, loss of teeth often leads to psychological trauma in children from dental procedures required to restore their teeth. Criticism by siblings, peers and family members may lead to poor
There are related cases of familial ureterocele, renal agenesis, hypodysplasia, renal tubular dysgenesis, multicystic dysplastic kidney (MCDK), or VUR (34, 35, 36, 37,38). The phenotype often does not follow the classic Mendelian inheritance: family members with the same genetic defect may have variable phenotypes, ranging from severe renal insufficiency to asymptomatic anomalies. The observations that diverse forms of CAKUT occur in the same family suggest that specific genetic mutations can potentially lead to CAKUT, but the final renal system phenotype depends on either genetic background or environmental factors (1,3). 1.1 Ureterocele is an example of CAKUT. It is a cystic out-pouching of the distal ureter into the urinary bladder (34,39) (IMAGE 1-3).
Many of the responders might end up having anxiety. Some of the different anxieties that they will go through are Separation anxiety, Panic, Social anxiety, and Generalized anxiety. Separation anxiety affects everyone differently. In some cases people might get attached if the call involves kids. Some first responders might have separation anxiety after curtin calls.
The linguistic expression of a man depends many times on the mental states. Such as a love, anger, hurled, surprise, distress – all have a deep effect on language sometimes the language especially speech loses its control which means the mental state is expressed disease also depends on the specific type of speech. The focus of an aphasic disability is definitely on the problems of expression and comprehension in a grammar and semantics whether in LSRW or singing, but these problems related closely to difficulties of a conversation, dialogue, speech, proper sounds. Reasons of Aphasia:- In our body heart and brain are main subordinate parts. The heart has pumping supplying blood; and brain was controlled whole part of the body.
There are several causes of adolescent depression. Based on research these can include environmental, biological, physical, genetic and psychological factors. Depression in adolescents is usually caused by bad family life or divorce, a family history of depression may increase the risk of developing depression. Other factors that can contribute to depression are difficult life events, such as a family member moving, cognitive changes which can affect thinking ability, and biological change are factors that can drive
According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, aphasia is the “loss or impairment of the power to use or comprehend words usually resulting from brain damage.” This means that some type of injury, illness, or disease, has compromised structures within the brain and caused the loss of ability to form words and sentences or in understanding communication in general. People with aphasia have a variety of abilities and disabilities, ranging from difficulty with reading, writing, speaking, and understanding speech. The location of the damage to the brain is the key factor in determining what types of deficits the person may have. In addition, the extent of the damage is important in predicting how severe the damage is, as well as their ability to recover from it. Aphasia itself can be broken down into two main groups, fluent and nonfluent aphasias, with several subgroups within each.
Also social and cultural factors may contribute and increase the risk for BPD. The symptoms of this disorder includes extreme reactions ( Panic, rage, etc), recurrent suicidal thoughts and behaviors, paranoid thoughts, emotional instability, unstable self image, dangerous behavior and chronic feeling of emptiness and boredom. Individuals with BDP are likely to have other disorders such as depression, eating disorders, anxiety disorders and substance abuse. In order to treat BDP, Psychotherapy also called “talk” therapy and medication are used. The use of medication will usually be the last resort if psychotherapy doesn’t