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Dissociative Identity Disorder is a dissociative disorder that causes one to have multiple personalities. In depth, people with this disorder experiences disconnection from their original identity and tends to have difficulties maintaining thoughts, memories, actions, and identity. It usually emerges from attempting to respond to traumas. For example, long-term physical abuse, sexual harrasment, emotional abuse, and […]Read more "Dissociative Identity Disorder"
Conversion Disorder is a mental disorder when people suffer from neurological symptoms that can not be explained through medical examination. These symptoms usually emerges by stressful events, depressions, emotional problems, and other mental issues. The cause of this disorder is not clearly determined, but the part of the brain that controls our senses and muscles are […]Read more "Conversion Disorder"
Social Anxiety Disorder is a disorder in which a person is intensely fearful of being judged by other people and of being embarrassed. For example, anyone feels nervous to speak in front of people in the public. However, for one with social anxiety disorder fears and is anxious about it for a long period of time […]Read more "Social Anxiety Disorder"
There were an estimated 7 million ambulatory care visits for ADHD in 2006Attention Deficit Disorder is now called Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD affects people since their childhood and persists into adulthood. This disorder includes difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Children who suffer from ADHD could also suffer from low self-esteem, troubled relationships and poor performance […]Read more "Attention Deficit Disorder"
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a disorder in which a person has unwanted repetitive obsessions (thoughts) or compulsions (behaviours) . For example, one may check if he or she has turned off the oven after cooking 10 times. A normal person is fine for checking just once. The person has to check things over and […]Read more "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)"
Antisocial Personality Disorder is a disorder which a person has a chronically distorted way of perceiving and relating to the world. People who suffer from this disorder has no sense of what is right or wrong nor they feel empathy towards others. They tend to treat people harshly and indifferently. They could also manipulate and […]Read more "Antisocial Personality Disorder"
Illness Anxiety Disorder ,also known as Hypochondriasis, is when a person constantly imagines and complains about sicknesses or physical pain, but no dignosis is not given after examination. The anxiety of having a disease would not change even after they know their body is fine. Not only miniscule worries, this anxiety will disrupt people’s lives. This […]Read more "Illness Anxiety Disorder"
Binge eating disorder is hard to tell from outside. You may have no physical symptoms but there are several emotional signs you can check to see if you suffer from binge eating disorder. Eating unusually large amounts of food Eating even when you’re full or not hungry Eating rapidly during binge episodes Eating until you’re […]Read more "Binge eating disorder"
Phobia is an anxiety disorder in which a person has an irrational fear and tends to avoid a specific object or situation. Anyone can fear at things but a person with phobias is different from how people generally fear. The specific phobias may be on animals, insects, heights, blood, or enclosed spaces. A person my avoid […]Read more "Phobias"