Autism and Bipolar Disorder treatment

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Data suggest that 1 in 150 children in that U.S have some autism. It is four times more prevalent in boys than in girls. Statistics also suggest that the rate of autism is rising 10-20% annually. It is the most common developmental disorder.


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Autism and Bipolar Disorder treatment What is autism Autism is a complex developmental disability affect that social interaction and communication skill. both children and adults with autism typically have trouble with verbal and nonverbal communication social interactions and leisure or play activities. They also often exhibit self-stimulatory or repetitive behaviors such as a clenching muscle jumping up and down or making the same sounds over and over. ​Autism treatment ​ is a spectrum disorder. It affects each person in different ways. How common is autism Data suggest that 1 in 150 children in that U.S have some autism. It is four times more prevalent in boys than in girls. Statistics also suggest that the rate of autism is rising 10-20 annually. It is the most common developmental disorder. What is Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism is part of a group of disorders known as autism spectrum disorder ASD. these disorders are characterized by varying degrees of impairment in communication skill and abilities. Other development disorders that falls under ASD are: ● Asperger’s Syndrome - ​an individual with Aspergers syndrome have the typical characteristics of autism but with relatively intact language skills.

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● Pervasive developmental Disorder - ​this order has the same symptoms associated with autism but those symptoms are less server. ● Rett Syndrome - ​this is a genetic disorder affecting only girls. This syndrome resembles autism and is usually accompanied by seizures. ● Children Disintegrative Disorder ​- children with this disorder appear to develop normally for the first several years of life but later regress with a loss of speech and the increased display of autistic characteristics. What is the cause of autism Autism cause ​ results from a disorder that interferes with the normal development of the brain. There is no define know cause.recent studies suggest that autism is linked to genetics but genetics alone cannot account for all cases. Bipolar Disorder Bipolar turmoil otherwise called hyper depressive ailment is a mind-boggling cerebrum issue that includes sudden state of mind shifts from high to low. These sensational emotional episodes referred to as scenes are alluded to as phases of sadness and discouragement. Disorder of each stage might be mellow or serious however can incorporate: Depression ● Sadness ● Hopelessness

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● Anxiety ● Guilt ● Fatigue ● Change in appetite ● Loss of interest ● Suicidal thoughts Mania ● Euphoria ● Increased energy ● Restlessness ● Aggressive behavior ● Decreased need for sleep ● Increased sexual drive ● Inability to concentrate What are the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder Bipolar causes dramatic mood swings from overly high and irritable to sad and hopeless and then back again often with periods of normal mood in between. Severe changes in energy and behavior go along with ours changes in mood. Highs and lows periods of are called episodes of mania and depression. Signs and symptoms of mania include: ● Expanded vitality action and eagerness.

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● Too much "high" excessively great euphoric inclination. ● Extraordinary crabbiness. ● Dashing musings and talking quick hopping starting with one thought then onto the next. ● Distractibility cant think well. ● Little rest required. ● Implausible convictions in a singles capacities and forces. ● Misguided thinking. ● An enduring conduct that is not the same obviously. ● Manhandle of medications especially cocaine liquor and resting drug. ● Proactive meddling or forceful conduct. ● Expanded sexual drive. ● A hyper scene is determined if hoisted mind-set jumps out at have at least 3 of alternate side effects the greater part of the day almost consistently for multi-week or more. In the event that the temperament is peevish 4 extra side effects must be available. Signs and symptoms of depression or a depressive episode includes: ● Enduring dismal restless or void mindset. ● Sentiments of sadness or cynicism. ● Sentiments of blame uselessness or defenselessness. ● Loss of intrigue or joy in exercises once delighted in including sex. ● Diminished vitality a sentiment of weakness or of being "backed off". ● Trouble concentrating recalling deciding. ● Fretfulness or touchiness. ● Dozing excessively or cant rest. ● Change in hunger and additionally unintended weight reduction or gain. ● Perpetual agony or other determined substantial side effects that are not caused by physical damage or ailment. ● Musings of death or suicide or suicide endeavors. ● A depressive scene is analyzed if at least 5 of these side effects last the majority of the day consistently for a time of about fourteen days or more. What is the treatment for Bipolar Disorder Treatment is critical for recovery. A combination of medications professional help and support from our family and friends helps individual with ​bipolar disorder stabilize their emotions and behavior. The course and outcome of this illness particular with bipolar disorder often have strained relationship can help repair these torn relationship. There is educate people about the signs and symptoms of

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their illness. Conclusion Our perception of autism has evolved over time. Sixty years ago autism was nothing more than an unrecognized developmental delay generally lumped in with mental retardation. Today it is recognized as an independent neurologically based disorder of significance a major public health problem and a topic of much research. Researchers have struggled to find a cause for the disorder without great success. Despite this difficulty research continues in ever more sophisticated directions. Numerous treatments have been developed that help children with autism and PDD to maximize their potential to learn and become socially fluent no matter how impaired they may be. Though no breakthroughs appear likely to occur any time soon there is cause for hope.