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Brief Psychotics disorder treatment

Brief Psychotics disorder treatment

A stressful incident can trigger an abrupt, transient display of psychotic behavior, such as delusions or hallucinations, which is known as brief psychotic illness. This article explains signs and symptoms, all possible causes, diagnosis and treatment options for those who are suffering psychotic symptoms. What is brief psychotic disorder? A

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Catatonia treatment: causes and diagnosis

Catatonia treatment: causes and diagnosis

The psychomotor syndrome known as catatonia causes an individual to become motionless and unresponsive, or they may become hyperactive, agitated, or restless on occasion. Though it can occasionally happen in childhood, adults are more likely to exhibit catatonia. This article explains the causes , symptoms and treatment. What is catatonia?

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What is catatonia? signs, causes (&) treatment

What is catatonia? signs, causes (&) treatment

A person with catatonia has a disorder that impairs their awareness of their surroundings. Individuals who have this illness may react very little or not at all to their environment, or they may act in ways that are strange, unanticipated, or dangerous to others or oneself. Although it can have

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Therapy for dissociative identity disorder

Therapy for dissociative identity disorder

One kind of dissociative condition is dissociative identity disorder, formerly known as multiple personality disorder. It is one of the three main dissociative disorders, along with dissociative amnesia and depersonalization-derealization disorder. People with dissociative disorders can be found in all age groups, racial and cultural backgrounds, and races. According to

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What is dissociative identity disorder (DID)?

What is dissociative identity disorder (DID)?

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a mental illness characterized by having two or more distinct personalities that regulate your behavior at different times. You will experience memory gaps when your personalities switch. Trauma is typically the cause of the identities. Psychotherapy can help you manage your symptoms. Dissociative identity disorder

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What causes separation anxiety disorder?

What causes separation anxiety disorder?

The causes of separation anxiety disorder is important to know, if u want to seek proper treatment and counselling. This article explains all the possible causes of separation anxiety disorder. What is separation anxiety disorder? A mental health disease that affects both adults and children is separation anxiety disorder. When

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Fluoxetine : Uses, Dosages, and Side Effects Demystified

Fluoxetine : Uses, Dosages, and Side Effects Demystified

One class of antidepressant called a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) is fluoxetine. In addition to depression, it is occasionally used to treat bulimia and obsessive compulsive disorder. It functions by raising serotonin levels in the brain. It is believed that serotonin positively affects mood, emotion, and sleep. Compared to certain other antidepressants, fluoxetine has fewer adverse effects and aids in the recovery of depression in many patients. The only way to get fluoxetine is with a prescription. It is

The set aside prayers

The set aside prayers

The set aside prayers was created by an AA (Associate of Arts) speaker Joe H. of Santa Monica. Derived from the chapter of “To The Agnostic”. The terms Prayers refers to the attraction, conversation, communication between the individual or God .The purpose to seek a attractive rapport objective to cleans heart, share the secrets or say anything else . The set aside prayers is the strength, wisdom, success gifted by the God to their love one. Open hearted prayers help

Understanding And recognitions of Adultism

Understanding And recognitions of Adultism

Adultism mention to the prejudice and bias opposed youth regularly by adults who grip power over them. It is like the form of bias like the form of bias such as racism or sexism but object is young individual. It’s important to encourage equality and respect between all ages of children. Deeply ingrained belief about the superiority of adults over young people. Adultism refers to respect, dignity, worth, value, equality, opportunities, rights, abilities, freedom, trust, independence, intelligence, authority, rules, skills,

What Do Snakes Symbolize?

What Do Snakes Symbolize?

Snakes have long been considered an emblem of transformation, healing and wisdom, often featuring prominently in myths and legends as well as on flags representing freedom such as Gadsden flag. Dreaming of snakes may symbolize feelings of being overwhelmed or threatened by someone. Dreams featuring boa constrictors could indicate your desire to protect yourself from those causing you harm. Some peoples use to draw snake symbols unintentionally on a notebook or a paper this consider as ASMR or relaxing activity.

Some Peoples Who Stick Their Nose In Everybody Business

Some Peoples Who Stick Their Nose In Everybody Business

Some individuals in our encircle are overly curious or inquisitive about others’ business. Those peoples intersect the personal boundaries, ethical considerations, spread rumors about others and query about people’s lives. The ‘every body business’ refers to involve in others privacy or personal affairs. Gossiping about others people and excited to know about others. They disrespect the boundaries and share the information with others without their consent. Certain individuals matters to control other actions and decisions. They want to get attention

How to do Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

A type of psychological treatment called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has shown promise in treating a variety of issues, such as serious mental illness, eating disorders, marital issues, anxiety disorders, depression, and difficulties related to alcohol and drug use. Several studies indicate that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) aslo improves functioning and quality of life significantly. CBT has been shown in numerous trials to be just as effective as or even more effective than psychiatric drugs or other types of psychological

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