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chronic pain
- Chronic pain can be described as pain that lasts long enough, or is intense enough, to affect a person's normal activities and well-being. It may continue over a long period of time or come and go. Any area of the body can be affected.
- Malaise is a general feeling of physical discomfort or uneasiness.
- Fatigue is a condition in which a person becomes weary or exhausted. It is usually caused by overdoing some physical activity. It can also occur after a long period of mental stress. In some cases, it may occur for no clear reason.
- Dizziness is a term that is used to describe a wide range of symptoms. These include lightheadedness, faintness, confusion, spinning, and feeling giddy or unsteady.
restless leg syndrome
transient tic disorder
irritability in children
- Irritability is a state of being overly sensitive to stimulation. Children who are irritable may, for example, cry easily.
- Nausea is a feeling of queasiness in the stomach. It is usually associated with the feeling that one is going to throw up, or vomit.
rapid heartbeat
selective mutism
grinding of teeth
shortness of breath
sleep walking disorder
respiratory alkalosis
separation anxiety
- Separation anxiety in childhood is the anxiety that goes along with the fear of being separated from parents or parent figures.
antisocial personality disorder
- Antisocial personality disorder is a personality disorder defined by continuous and long-term antisocial behaviour. Early childhood signs include lying, stealing, fighting, and missing school. Before age 15, disrespect for others and violation of other's rights are signs of the disorder. Problems in adolescence can be early or aggressive sexual behaviour. Also, excessive drinking and illicit drug use can occur. These problems continue into adulthood. The diagnosis is not made until the person is over 18.
anxiety disorders
- Anxiety is a vague, uncomfortable feeling of fear, dread, or danger. Anxiety disorders are a group of psychiatric conditions that involve anxiety. The problem may be real or imaginary. Symptoms can vary in severity and length. There are several types of anxiety: acute situational anxiety generalised anxiety disorder panic disorder post-traumatic stress disorder phobias obsessive compulsive disordersWhat is going on in the body?
stress and children
- Stress is the "wear and tear" our bodies go through as we adjust to our constantly changing environment. Anything that causes change in our lives causes stress. Stress can be short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic). Acute stress is the reaction to an immediate threat. This is commonly known as the fight-or-flight response. The threat can be any situation that is perceived, even subconsciously, as a danger.
lichen simplex chronicus
- Lichen simplex chronicus is a skin disorder characterised by an itching inflammation of the top layer of the skin.
excessive thirst
- Excessive thirst is an abnormally strong desire to drink liquids. It can be related to an underlying medical condition.
irritability in adults
- Irritability is a state of being overly sensitive to stimulation. Adults who are irritable may easily become impatient or angry.
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