By Emile Franssen
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The better he can control his own impulses and feelings, the more hold he gains on his environment, which thereby becomes less threatening. He learns these skills by practice. As long as the child himself still lacks insight, it is the upbringer who helps him learn to control his impulses, so that his emotional life can develop. He learns to accept frustrations when wishes are not immediately complied with. He learns to keep mounting feelings of irritation and anger in check. Through practice the child also learns to control ever more complicated physical functions and activities.
Gradual degeneration Alzheimer’s disease is a disease of the brain. Its destructive effect is first felt in the mental functions and thereafter spreads to physical functions, such as walking, standing and sitting. The progress of the disease ultimately leads to the complete loss of mental Alzheimer's disease 17 function. This is accompanied by a gradual loss of the person as an individual and ends in total disability. The subtle changes in the power of memory and in personality at the beginning of the illness are at first difficult to discern.
The degree of heightened muscle tension very much depends on the way in which the patient is treated. If he is taken hold of suddenly or roughly, then stiffening will occur. After this turbulent stage a calmer period gradually begins. The cognitive functions in this last stage have now been almost totally blunted. What was left of speech is gradually lost. The posture in walking and standing is often bent forward, walking has become Broken connections 18 mechanical with small steps. The face is often expressionless, but he or she can still smile or look angry.