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July, 2016

Relationship-based disturbances and disorders

Relationship-based disturbances and disorders When there is no evidence of regulatory involvement in the infant, and information on development and support has not changed the sleep problem, it is important to consider underlying factors in the infant–parent relationship. Unconscious feelings or past experiences of the parents may be influencing separation at sleep times. For example, […]

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Sleeping problems are related to regulatory disorders

Sleeping problems are  related to regulatory disorders Sleeping problems related to getting to sleep or, when woken, getting back to sleep, are often related to difficulties with self-regulation, self-calming and the ability to manage transitions. These usually improve with maturation given a relatively consistent, sensitive and responsive environment. For some babies there can be both […]

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Maturational challenges to self-regulation

Maturational challenges to self-regulation Situations where maturation affects self-regulation with possible effects on sleep include an infant frustrated by a desire to walk who may want to practise walking in bed, pull himself up to standing in the cot and then be unable to get back down. At this point the infant is wide awake […]

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Nightmares and night terrors

Nightmares and night terrors While night terrors and nightmares usually occur in children between five and twelve years, they may begin during the toddler and preschool period. They are referred to as parasomnias, that is, disorders of arousal where motor and autonomic activation intrude on ongoing sleep. Night terrors occur in NREM (quiet) sleep, in […]

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Adjustment disorders of infant

Adjustment disorders An adjustment disorder is where there is a temporary reaction in the infant lasting days or weeks but no longer than four months, and a clearly identifiable environmental event such as the mother returning to work or the family moving house. Well-established sleep patterns can be disturbed as a consequence of change in […]

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Six Ways to Get Rid of Psychological Fatigue

Six Ways to Get Rid of Psychological Fatigue   In life, people often feel fatigue. Sometimes,it is physical fatigue and sometimes it is mental. The impact on people's mental fatigue can not be overlooked,which must be solved.   Mental fatigue not only reduces work efficiency, but also has a great influence on mental health. The long-term psychological […]

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How does the man get alone with the fierce

How does the man get alone with the fierce As for lose temper, it’s different between man and female. The women often is genteel . It’s easy they get angry, but they also get quit quickly. However, a male is contrary with women. We may reject everyone’s suggestion when we lost our temper. Why it […]

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How to ease the mood

How to ease the mood  Some people devoted to the study of anger, the conclusion is surprising, people's daily lives in the gas, most of them are not the gas. The following may wish to cite a few:   1, Other people have no intention or in the case of the "offensive" to you. As in […]

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If you always have nightmare,you should take care of the warning of disease

If you always have nightmare,you should take care of the warning of disease Are you always dreaming? Are you have nightmare? Take care of the warning of heart disease, in addition, it feels like “ghost on bed”, Or you dreamed to be chase, what is wrong with your body? According to the research of scientists […]

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More than 80% of the body stress relate to diseases

More than 80% of the body stress relate to diseases!    When we are under too much pressure, the body's various systems will alert us, Prefessor Fan, a psychology prefessor at Tsinghua University, and of course, each person's physical condition is different, the reaction will be different.    The digestive system is the most sensitive reaction under too much pressure. People may have […]

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