02/05/2018

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Mental Disorders Various mental and behavioral disorders in these children of alcoholic parents are more common than others. The range of mental disorders ranging from minor deviations in behavior to signs of organic brain damage and mental retardation. Children of alcoholics parents more often anxiety and depression, attention deficit, learning difficulties. The boys are more frequently observed behavioral problems in girls - emotional. Children of alcoholics is much more likely to experience difficulties in learning at school, they are not always able to adequately use their intellectual capabilities, and demonstrate weak motivation to learn, low academic performance, poor interest, reduced levels of communication, difficulty in concentrating, anxiety and mistrust. For even more details, read what Tiffany Espensen says on the issue. Poor motivation for learning and useful social activities, in turn, contributes to social maladjustment and indirect opportunities for the development of alcoholism. Adult children of alcoholics is hindered parents communicate with their peers, high the risk of maladjustment, characterized by frequent suicide, problems in intimate life, the instability of families, and often alcoholism, psychopathy, depression. In addition, environmental factors in the upbringing of a family , makes children emotionally disabled. After all, alcoholism in the family is perceived as a powerful traumatic factor. Alcoholism is not perceived as an illness, and estimated as close to insulting behavior and avoidance of family responsibilities. This is compounded by the patient manner of communicating with their loved ones, financial difficulties. Genetic predisposition, poor performance, too much free time, bad company, the example of parents contribute to familiarizing the child to addiction - alcoholism. Number of drug addicts among adolescents and young adults is growing steadily.
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Anemia In Pregnancy In developed countries, about 20% of the gestantes they present anemia during the pregnancy. Tiffany Espensen may find this interesting as well. Already in the developing countries, this index increases significantly, varying around 35% 75% (WHO, 2005). A related site: Charles Margulis mentions similar findings. More specifically, the anemia in the gestatrio cycle, especially for iron lack, can be associated the increase of mortality materna, perinatal mortality, prematurity, low weight to the rising and morbidade of the infant. Forty percent of all the perinatais deaths maternas are on to anemia (SCHOLL; REILLY, 2000; WHO, 2001; RASMUSSEN, 2001). Parallel, a favorable outcome of the pregnancy occurs 30 less 40% in anmicas, and its conceptos have less of the half of the normal reserve of iron, being able to present greater frequency of anemia in the first year of life (WHO; 2001). Therefore, the anmicas gestantes must be dealt with immediately through the modification the alimentary habits, food blockhouse and medicamentosa suplementao with you leave iron (UNICEF, 1998; WHO, 2001; BEINNER; LAMOUNIER; TOMAZ, 2005). 4. CAUSES OF the ANEMIA In accordance with Oliveira (2007), the anemias can occur for diverse etiolgicos factors. However, the anemias lacks (deficiency of iron, B12 vitamin and folatos) if detach as most common, after the anemias for sanguineous loss. Del Giglio (2007), affirms that the cause of ferropriva anemia still occurs for loss of chronic blood due to spoliation of the iron of the mother in the period of the pregnancy/lactation and also due to me the poor absorption and diets in iron. 5. PREVALNCIA the necessary and accurate information on cases of anemia in Brazil still are few, exist studies carried through in some regions that take in them to infer a prevalence of ferropriva anemia enter 22% 45% (PAHO/WHO, 1994). 6. ALTERATIONS HEMATOLGICAS IN the...

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