Thanks to Elon Musk, Asperger’s Syndrome awareness and conversations are trending, it is important to take advantage and spread information about the syndrome and the different alternatives for people under this spectrum.
Asperger’s syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.Today, Asperger’s syndrome is technically no longer a diagnosis on it’s own, it is now part of a broader category called autism spectrum disorder. This group of related mental health issues shares some symptoms. Although some people still use the term Asperger’s. The condition is what doctors call a “high-functioning” type of autism, this means the symptoms are less severe than other kinds of autism spectrum disorders.
Asperger syndrome generally involves:
- Difficulty with social interactions
- Restricted interests
- Desire for sameness
- Distinctive strengths
Asperger’s syndrome is five times more common in boys than in girls. In recent years, the number of autism spectrum disorders has increased dramatically in the U.S.The Centers for Disease Control notes one out of every 59 children in the U.S. has an autism spectrum disorder. Asperger’s syndrome has been estimated to affect two and a half out of every 1,000 children, based upon the total number of children with autistic disorders.
Medical therapy is not effective in treating Asperger syndrome, although medications may be prescribed to help control troubling symptoms or symptoms of other psychiatric conditions that may coexist with Asperger’s syndrome. In some cases, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) medications are used for relief of anxiety or depression. Medical treatments for ADHD may also be tried if there is significant hyperactivity and/or distraction.
A number of behavioral therapies and educational interventions can help people with Asperger’s syndrome, although all of these may not be necessary in a given individual. The type of interventions chosen must be based upon the individual’s age and needs.
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