Symptoms of Schizophrenia

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The schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that still has no cure but when the treatment is done correctly, can relieve symptoms in up to 70%. Symptoms of schizophrenia The symptoms of schizophrenia are divided into positive and negative, where the positives are more serious.

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Syndrome Voltage Mioneural

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The Syndrome of Voltage Mioneural or Syndrome Tension Myositis is a disease that causes chronic pain due to muscle tension caused by stress emotional and psychological repressed. The Syndrome of Voltage Mioneural, emotional problems unconscious such as anger, fear, resentment, or anxiety creates tension in …

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Capgras Syndrome

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The Capgras Syndrome or delusion of Capgras, it is a psychological disorder where the individual has a delusion that a friend, partner, family, or pets, have been replaced by look-alikes or the supposed “imposters”. The carriers of the syndrome of Capgras recognize the familiar faces, …

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What to Do During a Panic Attack

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To control a panic attack or bouts of anxiety, it is important to breathe deeply, go to a place where you feel safe and, if possible, take a little bit of fresh air, always trying to keep calm. In addition, it is also very important not …

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How to Control the Impulse to Steal

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To control the impulse to steal you should do a treatment with a psychiatrist, who will identify the problem and use medications that help to prevent theft, such as antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and medications to control the anxiety. In addition, it is also necessary to do …

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Understand What Is Anorexia Alcoholic

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Anorexia Alcohol, also known as drunkorexia is an eating disorder characterized by ingestion of alcoholic beverages in the place of food to avoid the intake of calories and lose weight. This eating disorder can lead to the emergence of anorexia common or bulimia, with the difference that in …

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How to Reduce the Complications of Bulimia

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The complications of bulimia, such as hoarseness due to gastric reflux, inflammation of the esophagus and tooth decay and tooth wear, primarily occur due to the induction of vomiting, which in addition to food also drives out the acid present in the stomach. Thus, the …

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Understand What Is Bulimia Nervosa

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Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder in which the patient ingests in an uncontrolled manner a large amount of food, in an act of binge eating and then turns repentant, and tries to compensate for this inflation, causing the own vomit, for example. To compensate …

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Treatment for Asperger Syndrome

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The treatment for Asperger’s Syndrome, consists of sessions of psychotherapy (1 to 2 times per week, with the goal to teach the patient to interact with others, and avoiding isolation. The treatment must begin soon after diagnosis, which usually occurs between 4 and 14 years …

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Asperger Syndrome

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Asperger syndrome, Asperger disorder or disorder of Asperger’s syndrome, is a psychological disorder, similar to autism, whose main characteristic is the difficulty in interacting with other people, presenting some problems in maintaining relationships. Generally, Asperger Syndrome is more frequent in boys, being diagnosed around 3 …

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Syndrome Renfield – Myth or Malady?

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The vampirism clinical, also popularly known as Syndrome, Renfield is a psychological disorder related to an obsession for blood. This is a serious disorder but rare, about which there are few scientific studies. The bearers of this syndrome can manifest different symptoms which include a need …

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Omega 3 to Treat Depression

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The increase in the consumption of foods rich in omega 3, as well as the consumption of omega-3 in capsules are useful to prevent and fight depression and anxiety as it improves the control of one’s emotions and mood, thereby decreasing depressive symptoms, sleep disturbance …

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Syndrome of Broken Heart

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The Syndrome of the broken heart, also known Cardiomyopathy of Takotsuba, it is a rare problem that causes similar symptoms to an infarction, such as chest pain, shortness of breath or fatigue, and that arises in periods of high emotional stress, such as during a …

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How to Identify and Treat Psychosis

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Psychosis is a psychological disorder in which the person’s mental state is changed. The individual psychotic lives in two worlds simultaneously, in the real world and in his imagination, but is unable to distinguish between them and often they merge. The main symptoms of psychosis are …

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