Mental disorders

Organic personality disorder and behavior - symptoms, diagnosis, treatment

Organic personality disorder isA sustained impairment of brain function caused by illness or damage that causes a significant change in the behavior of the patient. This condition is marked by mental exhaustion and a decrease in mental functions. Disorders are found in childhood and are capable of reminiscent of themselves throughout life. The course of the disease depends on the age and the critical periods are considered dangerous: puberty and menopause. ...

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Female hysterics - reasons how to deal with female hysteria

Female hysteria is a special emotionalA condition almost uncontrollable, inadequate, accompanied by a rise in voice, crying and excessive gesticulation. It can not be controlled, especially at the climax, although, when the tension starts to increase, it is still possible to influence, calm, take control of the situation, and the woman herself. In hysterics, a woman gives vent to her emotions, accumulated pain, impotence, feelings, and ...

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Severopathy - symptoms and treatment, what is it, the causes

Senestopatia is a depressing, uncomfortableSensation in the body, which can be localized either in internal organs or on the surface of the body. Sensations of shemostopathy are devoid of objectivity. This is the key difference from visceral hallucinations. Senestopatia is characterized by the absence in the place of its concentration of an objective pathological process. Severopathy, what is it? It is a violation of mental activity, ...

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Neurosis of the pharynx - symptoms, treatment, causes, diagnosis

The human pharynx neurosis is a disorderSensitivity of the funnel-shaped channel, having a different character and occurring as a result of damage to the innervation apparatus (nerve plexuses) of the pharynx, as well as pathology of higher nervous activity. The funnel-shaped canal connects the nasal and oral cavity with the larynx and esophagus. Often the cause of both lowering and increasing the sensitivity of the mucous membrane of the pharynx is hysteria. The causes of neurosis ...

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Neurosis of the stomach - symptoms and treatment with folk remedies

Neurosis of the stomach is a violation of the function of the givenOrgan, provoked by various physiological aspects and psychological factors. Since all body systems are rich in nerve endings, neurosis can occur in any of its organs. Often described pathological process is observed in hysterical, neurasthenic and psychasthenic neuroses. How is neuroticism manifested, what is it? Under gastro neurosis in modern medicine is understood dyspeptic ...

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Peak's disease - symptoms, treatment, causes, diagnosis

Pick's disease is a rare, chronic andProgressive CNS disease, characterized by atrophy of the temporal, as well as frontal lobes of the cerebral cortex with increasing dementia. The disease begins at 50-60 years, although there are later or early manifestations. Women tend to be sick more often than men. A. Peak in 1892 gave a description of cases of senile dementia, aggravated by an atrophic process of the main ...

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Imbecility - causes, characteristics and degrees of imbecility

Imbecility is dementia, which isAn average degree of oligophrenia, expressed in intellectual underdevelopment. The disease is caused by a delay in the development of the brain of the fetus or baby in the first years of life. Imbecility is externally visible in the form of deviations of the physical, as well as mental. The ability to learn from imbeciles is limited to reading by syllables, counting objects and money. Emotions and thinking in patients are inert, ...

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Dysphoria - treatment, symptoms, causes, gender dysphoria

Dysphoria is a mood disorder forWhich is characterized by tension, as well as melancholy and spiteful irritability, reaching an explosion of anger with aggressiveness. Often, this disorder is observed in a disease such as psychopathy, as well as epilepsy. Dysphoria is the antonym of the term euphoria. The term dysphoria is called from Greek, meaning torment and suffering. This manifestation is very painful for a person. Dysphoria causes Disease is observed ...

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Confabulation - what is it, types of confabulation, treatment

Confabulation is a memory disorder,It denotes false memories of a person about events that happened to him, which are transferred to another time and are combined with fictional facts. The classical definition of the term was introduced by the German psychiatrist, author of the theory of catatonia, KL Kalbaum. He believed that confabulation has a connection with a mental disorder (paramnesia), which is that the patient says ...

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Reactive psychosis - symptoms, treatment, causes

Reactive psychosis is a mental disorder,Arising after mental traumas, superstrong shocks, which are emotionally significant for the individual. The emergence of reactive psychoses, as well as their characteristics of the course of symptoms directly depend on the constitutional characteristics of the individual and mental trauma. Reactive psychosis is temporary, reversible, and also diverse in its clinical picture. The disease can proceed in the form of delirium, obscuration of consciousness, ...

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