Also known as Can't rest, Hyperactive, Overactive, and Psychomotor Agitation
Restless may refer to:Source: Wikipedia
The most common causes of restlessness are attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd), bipolar disorder, and anxiety. Other possible causes, such as developmental disability, are more rare.
Within all the people who go to their doctor with restlessness, 71% report having depressive or psychotic symptoms, 51% report having anxiety and nervousness, and 43% report having obsessions and compulsions.
Patients with restlessness often receive mental health counseling, psychotherapy, other diagnostic procedures (interview; evaluation; consultation), depression screen, other therapeutic procedures on eyelids; conjunctiva; cornea, toxicology screen, electroencephalogram (eeg) and occupational therapy assessment .
|Mental health counseling|
|Other diagnostic procedures (interview; evaluation; consultation)||$101|
|Depression screen (Depression screening)|
|Other therapeutic procedures on eyelids; conjunctiva; cornea||$962|
|Electroencephalogram (EEG) (Eeg)||$117|
|Occupational therapy assessment (Speech therapy)|
The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with restlessness include methylphenidate, dexmethylphenidate (focalin), adderall, risperidone, lisdexamfetamine (vyvanse), atomoxetine (strattera), dextroamphetamine (adderall), guanfacine (intuniv), varenicline (chantix), valproic acid, zidovudine, salmeterol and zonisamide .
Groups of people at highest risk for restlessness include sex == male, age 5-14 years and age 1-4 years.