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330 Possible Causes for boredom, chronic

  • Otitis Media

    In older children these signs might include decreased alertness; asking you to repeat things; asking to turn sounds up; boredom; watching others for cues; poor concentration[] […] otitis media Both sides chronic nonsuppurative otitis media Chronic allergic otitis media Chronic exudative otitis media Chronic nonsuppurative otitis media Chronic non-suppurative[] We reviewed the files of patients with unilateral chronic otitis media.[]

  • Skin Infection

    Cross-training days in particular are important for reducing the risk of overtraining injury and plain old boredom.[] The chronic verrucous skin infection is puzzling in our patient, as this disease is usually described in immunosuppressed patients.[] A Chronic Skin Infection is one that does not disappear with treatment.[]

  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    (Note: The post-treatment 2 mile distance of Subject #9 was limited by boredom rather than exercise capacity). Fig 3. Radiographic Changes with Experimental Treatment.[] A 9-year-old, spayed, female West Highland white terrier was presented with a chronic cough, lethargy, and exercise intolerance.[] A working diagnosis of chronic interstitial disease or idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis was made.[]

  • Dementia

    Boredom or lack of activity. Poor communication. Conflict. Weak clinical leadership in care home settings.[] Authors' conclusions : Our findings suggest that many older people with Alzheimer's dementia and NPS can be withdrawn from chronic antipsychotic medication without detrimental[] Differences have emerged between reminiscence functions in their association with mental health, with seeking identity having a positive association and a focus on bitterness, boredom[]

  • Trichotillomania

    Results indicated significant decreases in boredom, anxiety and tension, and significant increases in guilt relief, sadness and anger across time (p 0.005).[] This paper examines the available evidence-base for assessments in youth across three BFRB-related disorders: compulsive skin picking, chronic tic disorders and trichotillomania[] Lastly, reported boredom decreased across the hair pulling cycle.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    […] normal Being more social and relatable when drinking than when sober Creating reasons to incorporate alcohol into more and more social settings Drinking to combat stress, boredom[] The clinical spectrum of chronic alcoholism is an unusual paradox for clinicians.[] […] support system and learning how to reach out for help and support from others (for example, from members of self-help programs) Learning to deal with emotions (anger, anxiety, boredom[]

  • Neck Pain

    Stress or depression, or boredom at or unhappiness with work. Heavy physical work. Smoking or drug abuse. Poor physical condition and lack of exercise.[] Thirty individuals of both genders, aged between 18 and 45 years and with chronic neck pain were included in the study.[] BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Chronic neck pain is prevalent in the workplace.[]

  • Low Back Pain

    Chronic back pain is a more difficult problem, which often has strong psychological overlay: work dissatisfaction, boredom, and a generous compensation system contribute to[] Randomised controlled trials on therapeutic ultrasound for non-specific chronic LBP were included.[] During the past 5 years, many additional trials have been published on chronic low back pain.[]

  • Tic Disorder

    Stereotypies Movements are repetitive, stereotyped, and purposeless, elicited by excitement, anxiety, and occasionally boredom.[] Ten members of a 3-generation pedigree with 7 showing Tourette syndrome/chronic tic phenotype (TS-CTD) were evaluated with whole exome sequencing.[] Emotional stress, fatigue, illness, or boredom can exacerbate tics.[]

  • Vulvodynia

    Common signs of depression include: sustained sadness, anxiety, irritability or boredom loss of interest or pleasure in activities that were once enjoyed noticeable changes[] Vulvodynia is chronic pain in th e vulva – the anatomical area surrounding the vaginal opening – without an identifiable cause.[] Vulvodynia is a chronic disorder in which people experience unexplainable vulvar pain.[]

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