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It is a type of mental disorder which involves an unhealthy pattern of thinking, functioning, and behaving. The patient may resist changes, have trouble perceiving and relating to different situations or people. It may also lead to problems and limitations in the person’s relationships, social activities, work, and school. Some people don’t have any clue about its existence because they think that their behaviour and thought process is normal and may start blaming others for the changes they have to face.
- Posted: December 26, 2020Read more »
Cerebral palsy is not just a single disorder but a combination of disorders that affects muscle movement and coordination in children. 1 in every 323 children have cerebral palsy, and almost (75-85)% of them have spastic cerebral palsy. This contributes to muscle stiffness, followed by awkward movements, says the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network. Cerebral palsy (CP) refers to a group of disorders affecting muscle movement and coordination and affects vision, hearing, and sensation.
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Chronic Depression can make your life a living hell every day. Depression, as described clinically, is a mental health disorder that affects a person day to day life. It can be termed along with sadness, anger, or even loss of a closed one. But depression is so much more than just sadness. Not only your physical health but your emotional and mental health gets affected as well. Different people might have different forms of depression. But learning some of the first warning signs of depression might help you to notice if a person is depressed and help them at an earlier stage only.
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Depression is a common illness across the world, with over 264 million people affected. It is different from typical mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to challenges in everyday life. Specifically, when it is intense and long-lasting, depression may become a severe health condition. It might cause the affected person to function poorly at work, at school, or in the family. At its worst, depression may lead to suicide. About 800 000 people die of suicide every year. Suicide is the second main cause of death among 15-29-year-olds.
- Posted: September 28, 2020Read more »
According to the American Psychological Association, in 1999 only 7.7% of the population used to take antidepressants, but the percentage got increased to 64% by the end of the year 2014. When we talk about gender, the percentage of women taking antidepressants is double the percentage of men consuming antidepressants. Antidepressants are used by almost every age groups, such as 16.6% of the people of age between 40 to 60, 7.8% of people with the age of 20 to 39, and even 3.4% of adolescents also use antidepressants. But what are these antidepressants? Why are they used? Antidepressants are a type of drugs that helps in the treatment of major depression disorders, anxiety disorders, chronic pain conditions, and also some other additional complications. There are various types of antidepressants available in the market but finding the right one for you might take time.