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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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    World alzheimer’s day 21st September Since 2012, September is celebrated every year as World Alzheimer’s Month and 21st September as World Alzheimer’s Day. The purpose is to spread awareness and kill the stigma related to dementia. Forgetfulness in old age is mostly due to dementia and Alzheimer is the most common type of dementia. One in every 10 people over age of 65 years is affected by dementia. And prevalence of this disease increases as the age increases. Today dementia is the leading cause of morbidity and dependency among elderly population. Person affected is usually not able to care for themselves and needs help in every daily routine activity. Alzheimer’s disease is syndrome which affects memory, behavior, emotions and thinking. Identifying and seeking help on time is important. Following are the Warning signs which can help in early identification of dementia 1. Memory loss (not able to remember name of relatives or recent events) 2. Difficulty in performing previously routine tasks (difficulty buttoning shirt or wearing T-shirt inside out) 3. Difficulty in finding right words while speaking or understanding what others are saying 4. Disorientation to time and place 5. Changes in mood or behavior (frequent irritability and anger outburst) 6. Misplacing things and then spending lot of time searching them 7. Withdrawal from work and social activity 8. Trouble with remembering roads back home 9. Problem keeping track of things Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorders. Support and Medicines can help to reduce the progress. Awareness and understanding is important to challenge myths and misconception related to Alzheimer’s disease. For more queries or question post them on our website www.psychiatristnagpur.com #dementia #geriatricpsychiatry #forgetfulness
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    Do you get irritated over every small thing? Do u shout on your colleagues on small issues? Do u throw things here and there in anger? Is this behaviour creating a problem in your office or social life? If your answer is yes to these questions then it can be due to Depression. But what is depression? In our life, sometimes we feel happy sometimes sad. These are part of normal human life. Normally, Sadness or grief reduce after some time. Depression is something more. In Depression, affected person always feel sad (persistent feeling of sadness). And associated with loss of interest in activities that used to give pleasure. It also affects sleep and food habits (loss of appetite). Emotional changes like irritability, anger outburst, tearful or crying episode. Physical symptoms like bodyache, backache are also associated with Depression. Feeling like this is the end or I can’t get out of this situation are also seen in depression. If untreated, depression can lead to serious complication that can put life at risk. Depression is the one of the most common psychological disorder. One in four person working in corporate world is suffering from depression. World Health Organization estimates that depression is the leading cause of disability and will be at the top of all disorder in the world. It can affect all age groups from childhood to old age. Fortunately, Depression is treatable. Speaking out our problem is the first and most important step. Counselling, psychotherapy and medication helps in Depression. For any more queries, questions visit our website www.psychiatristnagpur.com #depression #majordepressivedisorder #psycotherapy
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    Do you get anxious when in crowded places like public transport (bus, train) or marketplace? Do you feel palpitations, tremors, breathless and sweating in such situations? Do you avoid using Public transport or visiting crowded market? “Yes” to all the above questions can be due to Agoraphobia. What is Agoraphobia? Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder in which a person is having fear of going to crowded or open place, using a public transport like train or bus. In such situation, a person may feel trapped and helpless. He becomes restless if he is in such situation. Whenever in such situation, feel palpitations, difficulty in breathing, excessive sweating and jitteriness. Affected Person may have choking sensation and feel like he will die. So he tries to escape from such situation as soon as possible. Most people who have agoraphobia develop it after having one or more attacks of choking sensation and feeling of impending death, causing them to worry about having another attack. So he avoids the places where it may happen again. He may feel that he always need a relative or friend to go to public places. Sometimes he may feel unable to leave his home alone. Agoraphobia can severely limit the ability to socialize, work, attend important events and even manage daily life. Agoraphobia can begin in childhood. Usually, in the late teens or early adult years. But older adults can also develop it. Women are diagnosed with agoraphobia more often than men. Without treatment, some people become housebound for years. He may not be able to visit family and friends, go to school or work or take part in other normal daily activities. He may become dependent on others for help. Mostly Agoraphobia is associated with Depression, Alcohol or drug abuse, other anxiety disorders. Agoraphobia treatment can be challenging because it usually means confronting fears. But with psychotherapy and medications, the trap of agoraphobia can be broken. For any more queries visit our website www.psychiatristnagpur.com #anxietydisorder #agoraphobia #psychotherapy #counselling
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