Torn stained bloodied clothing. ------------------------------ Ai > C~ Emotional/psychological abuse Psychological abuse is messing with someone’s mind, it is a lethal form of emotional abuse and it destroys confidence, creativity and individuality, there is no regard for your feelings, it is bullying and making you feel worthless. Aii >C~ Signs-symptoms. The individual will feel fearful and withdrawn. They would have a low self-esteem and poor self-image, they would have no enthusiasm, they may cry a lot and avoid eye contact, and they wouldn’t join in activities or even start to rock and mumble to themselves.
Most effects of hearing loss are permanent, however some can be fixed surgically in some cases. Besides the inability to hear, speech production is one of the most common effects of deafness. This is considered to be true based on a study conducted by Randall Monsen and Maynard Engrebertson, which proves that deafness “prevents a speaker from learning the phonatory consequences of the muscular gestures which maintain and alter vocal‐fold tension and subglottal air pressure dynamically in the production of voice”. This effect changes how one speaks because they are not able to hear themselves talk or feel the vibrations of the sound waves in the ear. Other effects of hearing loss are: irritability, negativism and anger, fatigue, tension, stress and depression, avoidance or withdrawal from social situations, social rejection and loneliness, reduced alertness and increased risk to personal safety, impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks, reduced job performance and earning power, diminished psychological and overall health.
Someone is more likely to have asthma if one or both parents have the condition. Lisa is 26 years of age and she has asthma and she has a newborn baby. Unfortunately, Lisa has genetically passed asthma on to the newborn baby, charlotte. This would affect charlotte physically as she may not be able to keep fit by playing football or netball etc. as she will get out of breath easily and may lead to an asthma attack.
This usually does not reflect a serious medical problem. Eye tumors may cause bulging of the eye, or visual difficulties. A variety of bone defects may be present at birth, including bowing of the legs below the knee. Children with NF1 appear to be at increased risk of certain cancers, though these are rare. Symptoms of NF2 may include hearing loss, ringing in the ears, dizziness, balance problems, headaches or seizures.
Some of the symptoms of distress are mumbled/garbled speech or stammering, anxiety, anger, aggressive body language and concentrating problems. These are barriers that impact on effective communication, leading to misunderstanding on both sides. If you are the person in distress, you cannot hear or able to understand the whole picture because of the vicious cycle mentioned above. Individuals who are distressed will not be able to concentrate properly or focus fully, therefore their communication skills will be negatively affected. Whenever an individual becomes distressed they may experience the sense of "self" being compromised, as in low self esteem, effective communication may suffer as an individual feels withdrawn or stressed.
High-energy trauma may futher complicate the treatment, as there is higher chance of fracture displacement or present of comminution, soft tissue injury usually massive. There will be other associated injuries such as polytrauma or polyfracture as well. These will directly influence treatment approach and may increase risk of unsatisfactory outcome. Talar body mainly supply by artery branches entering beneath the talar neck, hence any displacement of talar neck resulting from fracture may compromised the blood supply and lead to talar AVN. Moreover, lacking of soft tissue envelope increases the rate of soft tissue
Soreness around the genital area, a sexually transmitted infection, unexpected pregnancy or change in normal behaviour for example a precoccupation with anything sexual. Emotional/Psychological This type of abuse is usually visiable in most types of abuse. It may be humiliating another person, treating them as a child or taking away their wishes or basic human rights. This causes immense suffering and effects their quality of life. The person may lose all their confidence and feel anxious and upset.
The drug also alters one's perception of pain, usually resulting in extreme emotional responses. In the long term codeine can permanently affect the way one's nervous system triggers responses from nerves, resulting in a different perception of pain, touch, and temperature. Repeated use of codeine can also cause bleeding within the stomach, kidney damage, constipation, depression, and in some extreme cases hallucinations or seizures. Stopping codeine consumption abruptly causes withdrawal, usually characterized by runny noses, sweating, muscle twitches and pain, and an irregular
The prevalence of this disease is 1/10,000 to 1/15,000 girls worldwide, making it one of the most common genetic causes of severe mental retardation in girls. Rett syndrome is characterized by normal development for the first 6 to 18 months of age, followed by a period of regression in which the girls lose language and motor skills. Purposeful hand use is replaced by repetitive stereotyped hand movements. Decelerating head growth and autistic features such as diminished eye contact and emotional withdrawal also occur. Additional characteristics include anxiety, respiratory dysfunctions, and impairment of sleeping patterns, cardiac abnormalities, seizures, loss of locomotion and bone density deficits.
Speech and swallowing being fine motor skills, gets affected in these cases. Oromotor functions are compromised due to myotonia (delay in relaxation of the muscles). This affects the basic functions like mastication, blowing, sucking and swallowing. As speech production is a