Category: Psychology

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Psychological causes behind Mood Disorders

Psychological and Biological Theories do not necessarily compete with each other as explanations of mood disorders. In fact, most current psychological theories view biological factors as one of many risks that predispose some people...

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Biochemical Causes of Mood Disorders

Mood Disorders are accompanied by a number of abnormalities in the Central Nervous System. These include abnormalities in the body’s regulatory functions especially in the production and utilization of the chemical messengers in the...

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Biological and Genetic Causes of Mood Disorders

  Genetic factors have been implicated in Mood Disorders. Both Bipolar and Unipolar have been found to get influenced by biological factors, though genetic risks are particularly strong for Bipolar Disorders. There have been...

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Bipolar Mental Disorder

People suffering from bipolar mental disorder usually experience periods of depression as well as periods of either extremely mood known as mania or mixed episodes in which mania and depression alternate so rapidly that...

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Fire

The fire need not to give the proof of its ability burn and devastate. Go Ahead and find yourself! Why are you so insecure! Even the time is begging for your existence. The chains that...

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Mental Depression

Major Depressive Disorder refers to most severe forms of depression, where the person exhibits depressed mood and anhedonia. Many of other above mentioned core symptoms of depression like loss of sleep or hypersomnia etc. is...

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Mood Disorders

Mood Disorders refer to a group of emotional disturbances associated with serious and persistent difficulty in maintaining an even productive emotional state. The clinical picture is dominated by extreme and inappropriate emotional responses especially...

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Treatment of Schizophrenia

Treatment – Treatment of Schizophrenia – Community oriented treatment facilities appear to be conducting two parallel programs. First concerns newly admitted, acutely disturbed schizophrenics whose family and community ties and intact. Most of these...

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Psychological and Interpersonal factors in Schizophrenia

Followings are the main Psychological and Interpersonal Factors in schizophrenia- Early Psychic Trauma increased Vulnerability – Karl Menninger found that deep hurts that the individuals has suffered during his childhood or adolescence makes the...