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Disorders / Issues
|•|| Addiction |
Learn about drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse.
|•|| Antisocial Personality Disorder |
Antisocial personality disorder, like other personality disorders, is a longstanding pattern of behavior and experience that impairs functioning and causes distress.
|•|| Anxiety |
People with generalized anxiety disorder can have physical and psychological symptoms in addition to suffering from nagging worries and anxiety.
|•|| Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression) |
According to some estimates, as many as two and a half million Americans suffer from manic depressive illness, also called bipolar disorder.
|•|| Borderline Personality Disorder |
Borderline personality disorder is characterized by poor self-image, a feeling of emptiness, and great difficulty coping with being alone.
|•|| Conversion Disorder |
A conversion disorder is a relatively uncommon mental disorder in which a person has physical symptoms that no medical condition, physical examination or testing can explain.
|•|| Delusional Disorder |
Delusional disorder is classified as a psychotic disorder, a disorder where the person has trouble recognizing reality.
|•|| Dementia |
Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a multitude of symptoms that all have some element of memory loss.
|•|| Depression |
Depression, which affects about 17.6 million Americans each year, is more than just the everyday blues and can be debilitating for sufferers.
|•|| Dysthymia |
Dysthymia, also called dysthymic disorder, is a form of depression. It is less severe than major depression, but usually lasts longer.
|•|| Eating Disorders |
Eating disorders range from a single, mild illness in adolescence to a lifelong disorder, which is either persistent or fluctuates.
|•|| Hypochondriasis |
Hypochondriasis is a persistent fear of having a serious medical illness.
|•|| Obsessive-Compulsive |
People who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder get caught up in uncontrollable rituals and rumination.
|•|| Panic |
A person with panic disorder experiences sudden rushes of fearfulness accompanied by physical symptoms such as labored breathing (hyperventilation), rapid heart beat (palpitations), and dizziness.
|•|| Phobias |
Phobias are actually quite common in our society. In many cases, phobias do not pose any significant restrictions or disruptions to a person's life.
|•|| Post-Traumatic Stress |
Post-traumatic stress disorder is used to describe a broad pattern of emotional and behavioral symptoms that arise as a result of direct exposure to or participation in intensely frightening, often violent events or circumstances.
|•|| Schizophrenia |
These psychotic illnesses or brain disorders are characterized by an impaired perception of reality, often coupled with mood disturbances.
|•|| Somatization Disorder |
A person with somatization disorder is chronically preoccupied with numerous "somatic" (physical) symptoms over many years. These symptoms, however, cannot be explained fully by a non-psychiatric diagnosis.
|•|| Stress |
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