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731 Possible Causes for Behavior Problem, Panic Attacks

  • Depression

    It is, therefore, reasonable to assume that in child-centered treatment, a decrease in child-oppositional behavior problems constitutes (at least in part) a mechanism of change[] From this dual diagnosis, the affection can derive in disorders such as phobias, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive, bipolar, schizophrenia, and personality disorders.[] Depression often gets worse if it isn't treated, resulting in emotional, behavioral and health problems that affect every area of your life.[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    For physicians, if the cause of abnormal behavior cannot be detected, hypoglycemia should be suspected.[] The more intense bouts are labeled panic attacks. Feeling faint is common and actual syncope may occur.[] attack numbness/coldness in the extremities fatigue and shakiness, sometimes for hours afterwards Generally, drinking or eating something that is high in carbohydrate, like[]

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

    Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine differences in: (1) mental health emotional and behavioral problems between young children experiencing PTSD with and without[] The high level of anxiety of PTSD can lead to associated problems like panic attacks, depression, alcoholism and substance abuse.[] Abstract Child maltreatment represents a major risk factor for the development of emotional and behavioral problems, especially posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[]

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    Due to persistent psychotic symptoms that frequently triggered problem behaviors (eg, in the middle of the night, angrily and loudly accusing staff of ingesting her pain medications[] attacks.[] Specific conditions we treat include: Autism spectrum disorders Cerebral Palsy Cognitive and Behavioral Problems Facioscapulohumeral Hyperhidrosis (sweating disorder) Meningitis[]

  • Substance Abuse Problems

    problems), dysfunction, and service utilization patterns for youth with co-occurring trauma exposure and substance abuse.[] […] escape, should they experience a future panic attack.[] Problems (14 items), Social-Interpersonal Problems (11 items), and Addiction-Dependence Symptoms (12 items).[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    We herein report the case of a 65-year-old woman who presented with the subacute onset of dementia and subsequently developed abnormal behavior and a gait disturbance.[] In people with heart problems, respiratory disorders, and anemia and in pregnant women, even minor exposure to carbon monoxide may prove to be fatal.[] […] bowel function, disorientation, hallucinations, psychosis, balance problems and dizziness.[]

  • Cushing's Disease

    […] acne high blood pressure type 2 diabetes thicker, more noticeable facial hair in girls (hirsutism) bone problems muscle weakness behavior changes What Causes Cushing Syndrome[] attacks, but not Cushing's.[] Other symptoms or problems may include: Mental changes, such as depression, anxiety, or changes in behavior Fatigue Frequent infections Headache Increased thirst and urination[]

  • Insulinoma

    We report a case of insulinoma in a 55 years old female who presented with episodes of abnormal behavior and altered sensorium.[] When a patient manifests abnormal behavior during the night and early morning, glucose monitoring should be performed, especially during the night and early morning.[] The patients presented with symptoms of sweating, tremors, drowsiness, palpitations, loss of consciousness, abnormal behavior, seizures and weight gain.[]

  • Abuse and Neglect

    problems.[] Certain problem behaviors manifest at one age may change as an individual ages.[] […] behaviour, as measured by the clinical scales of the Child Behavior Checklist.[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    The main effects of genes and environment on behavioral problems in the Virginia Twin Study of Adolescent Behavioral Development.[] As a part of my condition, I also struggle with anxiety and panic attacks.[] Endogenous depression includes patients with treatment-resistant, non-psychotic, major depressive disorder, characterized by abnormal behavior of the endogenous opioid system[]

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