Thursday , July 29 2021

Expert claims & # 39; do not do what you say is not a mental disorder & # 39;



An NHS It has been claimed in the report that more than one of the 18 pre-school children has been sued claiming that & # 39; nothing more than bad behavior & # 39; Mental health disorder has been criticized for its medical treatment.
According to the statistics released yesterday, the most common mental health disorder in people of two to four years is the 'optical defiant disorder'. (ODD).
Children are thus defined by refusing to do what they are called and acting aggressively towards their parents. It is believed that more than one-third of the impact of pre-school children with mental health problems is affected.
But there is a doubt about whether it is a real psychological illness, an expert says that the NHS The & # 39; Mental Health is Deleting Everything in Problem & # 39; And the youth just do not & # 39; do as they say & # 39;
Professor Julian Eliot of Durham University told the Telegraph that & # 39; We are turning everything into a mental health problem. & # 39;
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& # 39; For many of these children, they do not have a mental disorder; It is a question of conduct.
& # 39; The main problem at the age of three and four is that they do what they are called. & # 39;
What Is Opportional Definite Disorder?
Anti-depressant disorder is a psychiatric disorder that affects NHS. Is known by, whose bad behavior and aggression are on.
Symptoms include:
Repeated interrogation rules and arguing with parents and adults
The mistakes of others for their mistakes
Behind intentionally bothered or harassed others
They are not what they are called
Uncontrolled anger or intense system
Most of the time, anger and depression occur
The struggle to focus on the tasks
Rarely think about the effect of their behavior before acting
Having less self-esteem or negative attitude
Growing easily by others
According to The Priority Private Mental Health Clinics, which offers treatment for disorder: 'Oddie signs and symptoms may appear in children during some time during their development.
& # 39;[But] If your child is diagnosed with this condition, these symptoms will be frequent and intense at times where their education and social relationships negatively impact. & # 39;
The Rehabilitation Center says that it can also treat disorder with behavioral therapy sessions, advice and medicines.
Source: Priory

Argues with ODD's symptoms are adults, others are found guilty for their mistakes, deliberately discourages people and have uncontrolled tendrums.
But experts argue that Toddlers' parents are constantly visiting doctors if they believe that there is a sign of mental illness.
And controversial remedies for unjusted toddlers include sending their parents to NHS-funded parenting courses.
But, experts have written this report defending classification, saying that ODD can have a serious impact on the health and education of the child.
National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, NHS Advice, adopted the US-Dvd status in 2013.
Exeter University professor Tamsin Ford said: 'It affects these young people – their health is poor and their educational results are poor.' & # 39;
Some 1.9% of people between two to four years of age are believed to be ODD, in which autism spectrum disorder (4% from 1.4 to 2 years) and sleeping disorder (1.3%).
Experts have also criticized the government's decision to bring specialist mental health nurses to schools and colleges.
The leading nurses have said that the existing school medical healthcare journal, & # 39; More training should be received
Report
NHS Last month a new mental health professional declared the role.
Sharon Whitet, chief executive of the School and Public Health Nurses Association, said: 'Suggestion that after just one year of training these professionals our children and young people will be able to provide appropriate level of understanding … there is a dark sticking plaster. & # 39;
There were calls for more investments in the current school nursing system.
Yesterday 's landmark report about the mental health of children and young people in England is more than a decade ahead.
These findings were based on 9,117 children's surveys and included first-time aged two to four and 17 to 19 years of age.
It shows a bad picture for the welfare of the young people, one of the children aged eight to five years old and suffering from mental health disorder in 2017.
The rate of sickness increases with age, after they complete primary school, affects one in ten, one in six and one in six by the age of 16.
Women aged 17 to 19 years are the worst affected group, with about one quarter (22.4%) suffering from emotional disorder.
And one of three gay, lesbian or bisexual adolescents suffers from mental health problems, compared to one in seven heterosexuals.
Traumatic, teenagers have self-harmed or attempted to kill themselves in a quarter of a mental disorder, and this is almost half of the age of 17 to 19 years.
High-strength antidepressants have been given to thousands of children by going against the guidelines to indicate by doctors.
Experts report these figures as & # 39; shocking & # 39; And said that insufficient mental health and supportive services to many young people & # 39; privacy and pain & # 39; No obstacles have been stuck in the circle.
YMCA chief executive of England and Wales Denis Hatten says that & # 39; these statistics are shocking. & # 39;
& # 39; and while progress has been made to normalize the conversation about mental health, and continuous governments, the NHS Additional funding has been provided for services, today's statistics are awakening calls that are not yet clearly enough. & # 39;
According to the mental health report of children and young people in England, the number of people aged 5 to 15 with mental health problems increased from 9.7% in 1999 to 11.2% in 2017.
Experts have given their insights into these statistics and suggested that social media may be partly guilty.
King's College London's senior psychiatrist, Dr. Dennis Ogury said: 'Children with mental disorders are heavy users of social media and social media is more influential than children without mental disorder.' # 39;
Teenagers aged 17 to 19 have the highest rates of emotional disorders, with one in six (16.9%), and 6.4% more than one.
YMCA's MS Hatten added: 'The young life that destroys this crisis, it is important that young people in the first place feel poor mental health and invest in investment.
& # 39; Restricted youth and community services, education in schools, must be put in jeopardized mental health in every aspect of everyday life so young people can reach the point of emergency.
& # 39; Prevention Services & NHS Without struggling to cope with, many young people are left alone to face their mental health problems, leading to the evil circle of solitude and suffering. '
Where are the majority of mental disorders in children?
East of England (15.6%)
South west (15.5%)
North West (14.7%)
Yorkshire and Humber (14.7%)
East Midlands (12.2%)
South East (11.7%)
West Midlands (11.7%)
North East (11.6%)
London (9%)
Source: NHS Digital
British Medical Association – One of the leading doctors in the Union – also calls for more investment in mental health services.
NHS Dr. Chair of the Psychiatrist and Advisory Committee, Dr. Gary Wannen said: 'These findings are very relevant, but the surprising thing is not that BMA has long warned of the need for more investment in mental health services in the child and adolescence. (KAMS) will be able to meet the growing demand.
Treatment of mental health of children and young people as effective or early intervention as far as possible can be prevented.
Yesterday, it was also revealed that 600 children, including some of those aged 10 years and below, were given a stronger anti-depressant at risk of suicide.
Statistics presented by Guardian
Show that the NHS Guidelines -187 under '597 & amp; # 39; Last resort & # 39; Medicines were given.
Medes, Peroxetine and venlafaxine, should not be given to children under normal signs, paper reports, because they are believed to increase the risk of suicide ideas among young people.
Super-strength depression drugs were used because people under the age of 18 years of anti-depressants increased from 69,000 in 2016 to 71,365 last year.
Oxford University psychiatrist Andrea Siprian told The Guardian: 'Peroxetine and Vanelaffexin should not be suggested as first-line treatment, it is sure. & # 39;
She added: 'drugs are not fast for depression.' & # 39;
& # 39; The conversation does not control it and I do not know where to go & # 39;
Catherine Nixon felt that she had mental health problems since she was seven years old but she did not seek expert help until she began to take her life at the age of 16.
She told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire Program that she would wake up at 7 o'clock in the morning and she would have to compulsory for her 'regular' morning in seven hours in the bowl. Will spend on
Her position to help the NHS was so serious that Miss Nixon did not wait years before getting professional support.
She said, & # 39; she started to get worse during the first bit of year 12. & # 39;
& # 39; I had a consultation and low level CBT but she really could not cut it and I did not know where to go.
& # 39; When I was out of A & E, it was not until I got worse in the end [NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service] And they were like "You're very serious to us, we need to send you to a mental unit", where I was six months old.
Psychiatric disorders measured in Thursday's NHS statistics include emotional, behavioral, and hyperactivity disorders, as well as other, less common disorders.
Breaking data by region has affected the worst of pre-England and South-West children, of which nearly 16% suffer from the disease.
While there are at least of the mental disorders in London, 9% of those people suffer.
Mark Rollell, chief executive of the Mental Health Foundation, said that the children's and young people's continued mental health needs to be of high priority and children of their profession need to support the most vulnerable children.
They have added children to low-income children or parents with mental health problems increase the risk of developing disorders.
NSAPCC Senior Policy Officer Alana Rai said, "While many children commit suicide or when they try to commit suicide when children's generation is struggling with their mental health, we basically fail our young people.
& # 39; Our own research shows that children are referred to specialist mental health treatment, although they are a little chance that they will receive it, which is absolutely acceptable. '
The British Psychological Society warned that the growing number of mental health problems is a proof that the current treatment system is not working.
Chief executive Sarab Bajwa said that statistics confirm that & # 39; psychologists working with this group have been known for years – due to mental health, the face of children and young people is increasing. & # 39;
He added: 'We need to give preference to early intervention and psychological approaches that work with children and their families, colleagues, schools and communities.'
& # 39; There was something for me so that my anger came to heaven & # 39;
For many people, mental health problems can begin in the essential development phase of their lives, and this was the case for 18-year-old Alexandra Cromie of Belfast.
In the first year of Alexandra's school, she encouraged a negative outlook, she says, when the bulls would call her fat and cut her off and encourage her to cut.
Do not know how to deal with her feelings, Miss Chromey soon developed anxiety and depression at the age of 14. In her attempt to change her appearance, she became a bullmix, trying to get down to see her skinny classmates more.
These efforts do not work, and finding someone to agree to Alexandra's psychological state of mind, there is a lot more extreme action.
& # 39; There was really no one for me, so all my hatred and anger started coming out of self-harm, & # 39; She declared it.
'હું મારી જાતને કાપી રહ્યો હતો, મારી જાતને બાળી નાખતો હતો, મારી ચામડીની નીચે જતો હતો, કારણ કે મને ખબર નહોતી કે તે નકારાત્મક ઉર્જા ક્યાંક પર ધ્યાન કેન્દ્રિત કરશે, તેથી મેં ફક્ત તે જ કરવા માટે ધ્યાન કેન્દ્રિત કરવાનું શરૂ કર્યું જે લગભગ બેથી ત્રણ વર્ષ ચાલ્યું.'
મિસ ક્રોમીની સમસ્યા એટલી વધી ગઈ કે તેણે આત્મહત્યાના વિચારોનો અનુભવ કરવાનું શરૂ કર્યું અને તેણે પોતાનું જીવન લેવાનો પ્રયાસ કર્યો. તે સમયે તેણીએ ડૉક્ટરમાં વિશ્વાસ રાખ્યો હતો અને એનએચએસ કાઉન્સેલરને કટોકટીની ભલામણ આપવામાં આવી હતી.
છેલ્લે સમર્થન અનુભવવાનું શરૂ કર્યું, મિસ ક્રોમીએ એન.એચ.એસ. કાઉન્સેલરને જોવાના એક વર્ષ પછી તેના ભવિષ્ય વિશે વધુ આશાવાદી લાગવાનું શરૂ કર્યું.
તેણીએ હવે તેમના માનસિક સ્વાસ્થ્ય અને સ્વયંસેવકોમાં રાષ્ટ્રીય નાગરિક સેવા માટે ભારે સુધારા કર્યા છે, જેણે સંઘર્ષ કરેલા અન્ય યુવાન લોકો સાથે તેમના મુશ્કેલ અનુભવો શેર કર્યા છે અને લોકોને મદદ લેવા માટે પ્રોત્સાહિત કર્યા છે.
મિસ ક્રોમીએ ઉમેર્યું હતું કે 'લોકોને એ સમજવાની જરૂર છે કે માનસિક આરોગ્ય યોગ્ય સમર્થનથી વધુ સારું થઈ શકે છે.' 'પરંતુ સમસ્યા એ છે કે લોકો ફક્ત તેના વિશે વાત કરતા નથી.
'ખોલવું ખરેખર મુશ્કેલ હોઈ શકે છે, મેં મારી વાર્તા શેર કરવાનો પ્રયાસ કરતી વખતે પહેલા તૂટી ગઇ છે કારણ કે મેં આપમેળે વિચાર્યું કે લોકો વિચારશે કે હું ટોપલી-કેસ છું.
'જ્યારે મેં મારી વાર્તા શેર કરી ત્યારે મને ખુલાસો કરવા બદલ આભાર માનતા લોકો તરફથી ખૂબ જ ટેકો મળ્યો અને કહ્યું કે તે કેટલું પ્રેરણાદાયક હતું.
'તે ખરેખર મને સ્વીકૃત લાગે છે. તે બતાવે છે કે તમારી આસપાસના સહાયક નેટવર્ક રાખવા માટે કેટલું ફાયદાકારક હોઈ શકે છે, જ્યારે વાત કરવા માટે સલામત સ્થાન આપવામાં આવે છે. & # 39;
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