Here’s all you need to know about Asperger’s Syndrome
Our reactions and gestures say a lot about our mental and emotional health. A calmer mind will always respond in a more serene way. On the contrary, an anxious mind subconsciously’ will retort impatiently. The reaction may vary from every human to human but analysing the reasons behind different ways of response is important.
Asperger’s Syndrome is one such mental disorder that dominates human behaviour. A milder version of Autism, Asperger’s is a developmental disorder that is characterized by difficulties in social interaction and with non-verbal communication. Hurting oneself, deliberately or unintentionally, isolating oneself or being obsessively interested in a particular field of study, are some characteristics associated with Asperger’s Syndrome. According to National Autistic Society, Asperger’s Syndrome could also lead to a state of confusion and anxiety.