Alternatives to Treatment with Minor Tranquilizers in Adolescent Patients
Fear and anxiety are both necessary and useful emotions for the normal development of a human being. A child grows and matures under the protection of various concrete forms of fear. Fear of separation prevents him from leaving his mother. Fear of the environment emphasises his sense of security within the family circle. Fear or anxiety are thus to be numbered among the earliest experiences of a child. (See Table 1.)
KeywordsAnorexia Nervosa Endogenous Depression Affective Psychos Major Tranquilliser Schizophrenic Psychos
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