The diagnosis of social anxiety disorder can be of a specific disorder or a generalized disorder. Social anxiety disorder typically involves a persistent, intense, fear of being judged by others and of being embarrassed or humiliated by their own actions. These fears can be triggered by false perception or actual scrutiny (Mayo Clinic). Most of the time the person with SAD is experiencing symptoms from “working themselves up” than actually being judged or humiliated by
Paranoid schizophrenia is a mental health disorder that affects many people. This type of disorder is a concrete, pervasive delusional system that is personified by that person's persecutory and grandiose beliefs. People affected by this brain disorder exhibit suspiciousness and mistrust of others. The psychopathology of this disorder can be catergorized in a few types of different onsets during the disease process. Before the actual onset of the disease the patient can become withdrawn, defiant, distrustful, defiant and sarcastic.
There are many different types of personality disorder which all separate into three different categories, these categories are; suspicious, emotional and impulsive and anxious. An example of a suspicious personality disorder is paranoid disorder, some one who suffers paranoid disorder will find it difficult to trust others, find it difficult to confide in anybody even close family and friends, they may watch people closely looking for signs of betrayal. An example of an emotional and impulsive disorder is histrionic disorder, if you suffer from this you are likely to be easily influenced by others, be dependant on the approval others and feel uncomfortable if your not centre of attention. An
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a type of anxiety disorder that's triggered by a traumatic event. You can develop post-traumatic stress disorder when you experience or witness an event that causes intense fear, helplessness or horror. Many people who are involved in traumatic events have a brief period of difficulty adjusting and coping. But with time and healthy coping methods, such traumatic reactions usually get better. In some cases, though, the symptoms can get worse or last for months or even years.
Manic episodes can be severe and dangerous. Some signs and symptoms of the depressive phase of bipolar disorder can include suicidal ideations, sadness, hopelessness, irritability, fatigue, suicidal thoughts or behavior, loss of interest in activities once enjoyed, anxiety, guilt, sleep problems, low appetite or increased appetite, problems concentrating, chronic pain with no known cause, frequent absences from work or school and poor performance at work or school. Symptoms in children and adolescents include explosive temper, rapid mood shifts, reckless behaviors and aggression. These shifts in mood occur within hours or less. It would not be uncommon for a child to have periods of silliness, bouts of crying and outbursts of anger all in one twenty four hour
Effects of PTSD on Personality Introduction Post-traumatic stress disorder abbreviated as [PTSD] is a multifarious turmoil in which the affected person’s memory, poignant responses, logical processes and the nervous system have all been disrupted by one or more traumatic experiences in their lives. People refer this disorder as a normal reaction by a person to abnormal events that have occurred in their lives. The Post-traumatic stress disorder is classified by many as an anxiety disorder. These disease symptoms were first identified in war veterans but studies have shown that not only a veteran of combat can suffer from PTSD; a victim of an accident or crime can also suffer from PTSD. The chances of an individual facing the anxiety or depression
GAD tends to appear gradually. The first symptoms most likely happen between the childhood and middle age years. Physical signs/symptoms of GAD are: Lightheadedness, racing or pounding heartbeat, tiredness, revisiting headaches, aches of the muscles, hard time swallowing, body trembles, shakiness, hot and cold sweats, nausea and frequent urination. Mental signs/symptoms of GAD are: anxiety, trouble concentrating, irritability, startled easily, awareness of inappropriate anxiety, and some cases depression. Both physical and mental symptoms/signs of Generalized Anxiety Disorder can change, depending on how your body reacts at a certain time.
Whether it affects them personally or they witness it happening to someone else, it is very scary. Experiencing trauma can affect people differently. Some people are able to endure the trauma and move past it fairly easily in time. There are people, however, that have a more difficult time moving past and getting over the bad experience. These people may have post-traumatic stress
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an anxiety disorder that you can get after being involved in or seeing an event, such as war or a bad accident. It is also known as PTSD. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can make you feel stressed and afraid after the event has already occurred. Although a wealth of articles and essay exist regarding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, much of the information goes into great depth about PTSD on an individuals well being. According to articles by the Douglas Bremner, "Behavior: The Invisible Epidemic - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Memory and the Brain” and Andrea Pheil, “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Facts and Treatment,” Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can occur in children