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Reactive attachment disorder is a problem with social interaction that occurs when a child’s basic physical and emotional needs are neglected, particularly when the child is an infant.
Reactive attachment disorder is caused by abuse or neglect of an infant’s needs for:
Emotional bonds with a primary or secondary caretaker
Delirium- is sudden severe confusion and rapid changes in brain function that occur with physical or mental illness.
Caffeine is a white, bitter crystalline alkaloid derived from coffee or tea. It belongs to a class of compounds called xanthines, its chemical formula being 1, 3, 7-trimethylxanthine. Caffeine is classified together with cocaine and amphetamines as an analeptic, or central nervous system stimulant. Coffee is the most abundant source of caffeine, although caffeine is also found in tea, cocoa, and cola beverages as well as in over-the-counter and prescription medications for pain relief.
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