Anxiety is a condition that all of us experience at certain stages of our lives, even if only for a few minutes. In certain situations, anxiety is commonplace and healthy. However, if the body "exaggerates" this anxiety (if there is not really a logical reason for the anxiety feeling) we are talking about an anxiety disorder (distress).
Cognition refers to the brain's THINK, that is, the processing of information - more specifically memory, retrieval and the management of information to store knowledge. Cognitive disorders (delirium, dementia, and alzheimer) are abnormalities in thinking that are associated with temporary or permanent brain dysfunction.
Eating disorders refer to conditions characterized by irregular eating habits, as well as a great concern about weight and body appearance. This can range from limiting food intake to excessive food intake, forced vomiting, excessive exercise and unnecessary use of purgatives.
Woman Mental Health
In this section, we focus on the experiences of women on their way of life and the interrelationships between her mental health, body and these experiences. The life path of the woman usually includes e.g. experiences in choosing lifestyle, a relationship partner and career choices.
When a child is diagnosed with a disorder, your support and motivation as a parent, family member or even teacher can play a very important role in accepting, managing and managing the diagnosis. It requires the acquisition of skills for both parents and child.
It differs from other diagnosable disorders in that it is "part" of a person, and not something the person has "among members". If one can compare it to a physical condition, it can therefore be compared to a rare hereditary disease rather than a temporary condition such as a cold.
Break with Reality
A small percentage of society experiences a rupture with reality, causing them to hear and see things that do not exist for most other people. A person with psychosis experiences another reality and hallucinates. Schizophrenia is characterized by a lack of logical thought processes.
Men's Mental Health
In this section, we focus on men's mental health that refers to the psychological well-being of men and includes how different life stages and facets such as work, relationships, physical health and aging affect them.
A mood disorder is a disorder that develops as a result of an abnormal mood. Most people with a mood disorder experience stages of depression, but some also experience mood swings ("up and down" feeling). The term EMOTION refers to how the person FEELS.
When a person takes a drug (e.g., alcohol or drugs) or engages in a pleasurable activity (e.g., eating, gambling, sex) where repeated involvement in the drug or activity becomes compulsive and affects the person's normal functioning, we're talking about addiction.
This involves problems in regulating behavior and / or emotions. Strange behavior occurs at the spur of the moment or the behavior can be planned. It can sometimes happen that this behavior is accidental against the law, with serious consequences for the offender or other people.