The Nervous Child eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 153 pages of information about The Nervous Child.

Nervous vomiting. See Vomiting

Nervousness, and digestive disorders
  and neuropathy
  in early infancy
  in older children
  parents’ attitude causing

Nettlerash

Neurasthenia

Neuropathic children, common symptoms of
  conduct of
  faulty contact with environment in
  fear the prominent symptom of
  introspection and self-consciousness of
  management of
  training of

Neuropathic tendencies, evidence of, in older children

Neuropaths, adult
  faulty management in child life leading to
  phenomena of
  phobias of
  selection of suitable environment for
  symptoms of

Neuroses, and psycho-analysis
  association of albuminuria with
  constipation frequently due to
  examination of
  growth in atmosphere of unrest and apprehension
  relation of, to infection of the body
  treatment of

Neurotics, and physique
  characteristics
  exaggeration of emotions of

Newborn baby, administration of sedatives to
  artificial feeding of
  breast feeding of
  case of
  effect of mental unrest on
  first impressions of
  formation of habits of sleep and crying in
  heat and cold in relation to
  hunger of
  induction of the sucking movements of
  of nervous inheritance
  personality of
  prevention of restlessness and crying
  reduction of sense stimuli in
  reflex action of sucking in
  sense of taste of
  symptoms of dyspepsia in
  times of feeding
  weaning of

Night-terrors, aggravation of,
  causes of
  of neuropathic children

Nursery, activities in, child’s interest in
  importance of child’s being alone in
  observations in

Nursery life, advantages of

Nursery psycho-therapeutics

Nurses, ability and inability to manage children
  influence of, on tone and manner of speech
  mental environment of child created by
  personality of

Nursing, during sickness
  of the newborn infant

Obedience
  and perverse pleasure
  growth of

Obsession of bed wetting

Opposition
  and counter-opposition
  during sickness
  force of, factors influencing development
  habit of
  impulse of
  love of, in early childhood
  to food

Organic disturbance, in combination with functional trouble

Pain, frequent loss of sense of, in neuropaths

Pallor
  sudden attacks of

Palpitation, example of visceral fatigue

Parathyroid glands, function of

Parents,
  and children, conflict between
  and silence on sexual matters
  habitual actions of, reproduced in the child
  mental attitude of, in relation to conduct
  over-exercise of authority by, results of
  responsibilities in moral training of child
  suggestions unconsciously conveyed by, evil results of

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