Some commonly reported symptoms are pain, sleep difficulties, poor appetite or overeating, shakiness or trembling, listlessness, disorientation, migraines or headaches, dizziness, dry mouth, crying, numbness, shortness of breath and exhaustion. It is important to be aware of some of these symptoms; however, so you don't think you are losing your mind, these symptoms should pass as you work through your grief. You may start having some symptoms and find them overwhelming or unbearable; you may want to contact a professional. If you are exhibiting elevated grief symptoms more than a year and a half after you have lost your loved one you may be considered to have grief-related psychopathology. If the elevated symptoms last beyond 3 years you are less likely reflecting the on the loss of your loved one, but displaying a preexisting depressive condition.
According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary (2012),GAD is defined as: an anxiety disorder marked by chronic excessive anxiety and worry that is difficult to control, causes distress or impairment in daily functioning, and is accompanied by three or more associated symptoms (as restlessness, irritability, poor concentration, and sleep disturbances) The sad truth of GAD is that it is almost always present sometimes lying just underneath the surface while at other times it dominates your every thought, action and reaction. However, GAD can be improved and treated with the learning knowledge of what the symptoms, causes and warning signs
1.1 describe the main types of mental ill health according to the psychiatric (DSM/ICD) classification system: mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, substance-related disorders, eating disorders, cognitive disorders There are may types of mood disorder for example depression or bipolar. Depression is when when somebody has a feeling of sadness that lasts for a long time, everybody feels sad from time to time which is normal and it normally only last for a few days, but if it lasts longer then that then there is a high chance you may be suffering from depression. People who suffer from depression can experience sever mood changes, they can start to feel useless and worthless. A person with bipolar will suffer serious mood
After childbirth, a dramatic drop in hormones in your body estrogen and progesterone may contribute to postpartum depression. Other hormones produced by your thyroid gland also may drop sharply — which can leave you feeling tired, sluggish and depressed. Changes in your blood volume, blood pressure, immune system and metabolism can be further stresses that contribute to fatigue and mood swings. Emotional factors. When you're sleep deprived and overwhelmed, you may have trouble handling even minor problems.
Usually people who abuse pain killers are people who are facing psychological problems. The pain killers are a way for them to cope with the pain and not feel any pain. They are popular because of the euphoric state a person enters after taking them. Popular examples of prescription pain killers are morphine and codeine popular over the counter pain killers are Ibuprofen and Naproxen. Dependency on these drugs can have serious side effects.
<BR> <br> Many of us suffer through mild phases of sadness. It may be brought on by a relationship breakup, a loss of family member or job loss. These feelings could last several months but we go on with are normal lives. It could be difficult to discern where normal sorrow's end and clinical depression begin. <br> Clinical depression is an illness that effects us psychologically, biologically and socially.
Here, a therapist can dispel many of the myths and misconceptions about it, and explain some of the core theories. I believe the explanation at this point should include talking about hypnosis being a state of mind where people are more responsive to positive suggestions. It is also where the therapist can use waking hypnotic suggestion (waking hypnosis). To explain this in more detail, waking hypnotic suggestion is suggestions that are given to a client in a certain manner while in a normal state of consciousness which achieve a hypnotic effect without the use of the relaxed state. What the therapist is doing is getting the client to establish ‘selective thinking’ early on in the session.
Attention Getter Many People can say they have been sad or depressed occasionally. The feeling of being "depressed is a normal occurrence due to loss, daily life struggles, or low self-confidence. But when feelings become stronger and sadness over take a person, making them feel worthless and helpless; and lasts not just a couple hours or days but rather weeks; your depression might be something more that sadness. Relevance According to the website of the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is the most common mental disorder in the U.S. Credibility I was interested in the topic of depression so I researched the topic so I could cope with people around me going through depression.
302). Therapists are careful treating someone with BPD because of the lack of trust that sufferers feel, so it may make it difficult to form a good relationship with their therapist. Some people seek out medications to ease some symptoms or support groups, individual/family therapy, or hospitalization if that person is suicidal or a threat to their self. One of the more well-known treatments is Psychotherapy, or what they call ‘talk’ therapy. This includes Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mentalization- Based, Transference Focused Psychotherapy, Schema-Focused Psychotherapy, General Psychiatric Management, Systems training for Emotional Predictability and Problem
Seemingly mundane events may trigger symptoms/signs. For example, people with borderline personality disorder may feel angry and distressed over minor separations, such as vacations, business trips, or sudden changes of plans from people to whom they feel close. People with this disorder also may see anger in an emotionally neutral face and have a stronger reaction to words with negative meanings than people who do nto have te disorder. Borderline personality disorder is often viewed as difficult to treat. It can be treated effectively, and that many people with this illness improve over time.