Neuropsychiatric disorder is a broad word that refers to a variety of medical diseases involving both neurology and psychiatry. Seizures are a common neuropsychiatric condition. Attention deficit disorders and cognitive deficit disorders are two types of attention deficit disorders.

Everyone is affected by stress. "Good stress" is a challenge that we are confident in our ability to meet. This type of stress boosts one's self-esteem and emotional fortitude. These types of challenges are necessary for healthy development.

A normal "bad stress" circumstance is one in which we believe we have failed to cope appropriately. But it's over, and it's not going to come back to haunt us. We appear to be able to "bounce back" to our baseline of emotions and return to our normal state of being. This is something that happens to everyone.

A third circumstance, on the other hand, is unique. The fight-or-flight response is triggered by a terrifying incident. We physically feel a surge of cortisol and adrenaline as part of the biology of this response. This body's emergency response mechanism boosts physical strength, reduces pain, and speeds up reaction time. It is critical for survival in a life-or-death physical circumstance such as a physical attack. We still bounce back from time to time. However, for other people, the fight or flight response is on all of the time.

It's possible that this is due to personal sensitivity. It could also be owing to the circumstances: for example, there is no way to respond physically or verbally. Alternatively, a youngster may have had repeated negative situations that have harmed his or her ability to self-regulate over time. A child's emotional arousal and fight-or-flight feelings are maintained as a result of these continuing occurrences. The following are some examples of long-term negative events:

Being in a relationship with someone who is emotionally abusive

Addiction in the family

Conflict in the home is physical.

Continual physical toil (such as inadequate housing)

Witnessing or being a victim of extreme neighborhood violence

Separation from or death of a parent as a result of an overseas deployment to a war zone, incarceration, or death.

As a member of a minority group, you have to deal with prejudice and discrimination on a regular basis.

The emotional fallout from a tumultuous parental divorce

This constant stimulation of the frightened state is detrimental to one's health and development. It can overburden a child's developing emotional capacities, preventing them from achieving the level of self-control they would otherwise.

When a result, as the child or adult grows older, they have a tendency to exaggerate the severity of issues or challenges. They may overreact to a minor insult or off-handed comment; they may be easily startled; or they may have bad sleep, persistent anxiety, and, as a result, poor health. We have poor focus, impulsivity, up-and-down emotions, and feel overwhelmed by additional stress while we are in this circumstance. Dealing with life's daily annoyances sometimes feel impossible.