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    26 June - International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. United Nation observes 26 June as International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking since 1988. It was started with intention to dismantle opium trade all over world and to strengthen and make a drug free society. Which can provide a safe and healthy environment for our present and future generations. Today illicit drug use is spreading like a wild fire. These drugs are available from small villages to metro cities in India. Today, more teenagers are becoming victim of these drug use. Many because of peer pressure (to be part of group and maintaining friends) and many because of tendency to do adventures. Depressive episode is also one reason for increase drug use. All these drugs affects reward pathway of brain and gives pleasure but subsequently our body gets dependent on these drugs otherwise consumer goes through very unpleasant physical and mental state which we call withdrawal. Basically these are of two types, few stimulates and give excitement, others makes consumer drowsy or sleepy. Few are obtained from plants like (cannabis, weed, opioids) and few are manufactured in laboratories (M.D., Mephedrone). All these affects our body and mind in harmful way. It affects ability to concentrate, affects our sleep, disturbs our daily living, relationships and ability to function. in few who take IV drugs are susceptible to infections like HIV and Hepatitis. In chronic smokers it can cause breathing problems and affects lungs. In few cases, consumer may become fearfulness and become suspicious and violent towards others. All these problems have solutions, various medications are now available which reduces the desire for these substances. Only thing is that we need to talk and seek help.
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    Does your child get very angry? Does your child throw things here and there? Does your child hits or beats other children? Does your child always disobey you? One of the most common worry of today’s parents is their child who is always irritable, demanding, angry, on the edge, unhappy and bursting into temper tantrum (shouting and throwing things here and there). Easy irritability is usually seen in preschool children as well as adolescent (11 to 19 years of age). Parents or teachers should take help whenever anger or irritability in child is excessive and more as compared to other children of same age group. These children have frequent mood swings (mood dysregulation). Seeking help at proper time can avoid behavior problems in child in future. Irritability plays a major role in expression of mental health problems. Irritability or anger is common and non-specific complaint for various psychiatric disorders in children. Other common associated complaints are not following parents and teachers, stubborn behavior, predominant irritable mood, difficulty maintaining friends or relationships, anger outburst and threatening behavior. Irritability is the most common reason for mental health evaluation of children. Irritability can be due to depression (irritability or sadness of mood, reduce interest), Anxiety disorder (always worried about small things), ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) and ADHD (Difficulty in attention and Hyperactivity). Taking help of psychiatrist or mental health professional proves to be helpful in finding any cause for irritability and helping the child with therapy if he is suffering from any psychological problem. #Child Guidance Clinic #Child Psychiatry #child psycology For any more question or information, post your queies & visit us at http://psychiatristnagpur.com
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    Does your child find problems in copying things from blackboard at school? Does your child write slowly or leave work incomplete? Does your child make multiple spelling mistakes? All these complaints can be due to DYSGRAPHIA. DYSGRAPHIA is a neurological disorder in which the child has difficulty in expressing himself or herself in writing. What happens to a child having DYSGRAPHIA? The child finds it difficult to remember words seen on board (memory problem) and to organize alphabets into words. Because of this, he makes multiple spelling mistakes. When teacher or parents read the script they find it difficult to understand what he has written. Handwriting is often messy and difficult to read. The child finds it difficult to recognize alphabets and to write along a line, within the margin. The child has difficulty in holding the pencil and needs to put a lot of efforts while writing. The child may tell correct spelling when asked orally but makes mistakes while writing. He may mix capital letter and small letters in a sentence or in a single word. The complaints of the child may vary in different age groups. Teacher or parents often complain that child is lazy in studies. But if the child has dysgraphia he is going through a lot of trouble and certainly he is not committing the mistakes intentionally. This disorder affects children in schools in form of difficulty completing work, lagging behind peers, difficulty understanding concepts and low scores and grades. The child is also affected socially in form of low self-confidence and staying aloof. DYSGRAPHIA is also called as Specific learning disorder. This disorder can be diagnosed through psychological tests and these children can be helped with appropriate and timely interventions. So why let the child Suffer if he is having such a problem?? #Child guidance clinic #Child Psychiatry #Child Psychology For Queries and more Information send us Questions or visit our website www.psychiatristnagpur.com
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