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Behavior (cyclical patterns in)

Can you identify a common theme of behavioral tantrums as cyclical in individuals with CdLS? Are there medications specific to leveling out these cycles?

 Tantrums and aggressive behavior do sometimes occur in cycles, and some psychiatrists take this as evidence for manic-depression. Children and adults are no different; sometimes their behavior problems occur in patches or, if you will, in cycles. Drugs for manic-depression are only occasionally helpful, though.  Behavioral modification would be suggested before medications.

TG /TK 7-13-10



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