Preparing for a hospital stay
Experts reveal that children report a wide range of adjustment problems upon their return home from the hospitals, including fear around hospitals or medical professionals, fear of separation from family, nightmares, difficulty concentrating, and irritability. Some guidelines that help the kids to get mentally prepared before going to the hospitals are presented.
Publication Name: Child
Loneliness affects everyone sometimes
Most people often encounter varying periods of loneliness. Such feelings may occur due to specific circumstances or social attitudes. To combat loneliness, it is best to get involved in various social activities. A list of such activities is presented.
Publication Name: Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness
Acute delirium: It sometimes occurs in a hospital setting
It is not uncommon for a hospitalized patient to exhibit stressed and unnusual behaviour, particularly post operation and in intensive care. This acute delirium varies, in type and degree, from patient to patient but is not permanent.
Publication Name: Mayo Clinic Health Letter
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