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Psychological and Mental Disorders

            Mental disorders are very common in people suffering from stress, anxiety, depression, phobias, and many other problems. Mental disorders are just a name for many different psychological and behavioral illnesses. Many mental disorders derive from a change in the function of our brains. Many disorders can also come from genetics, or inherited by family. Different types of disorders are Anxiety, Delirium, Delusions, Dementia, Depressive disorders, Eating disorders, Hallucinations, Mental Retardation, Neurosis, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Phobias, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Psychosis, Schizophrenia, and Separation anxiety, and Sleep disorders. Disorders isn't just mental but physical also, each disorder has different symptoms in which our body reacts too. In order for a doctor to diagnose a patient with an anxiety disorder it has to be severe. The doctor has to begin to rule out different diseases that can be related to anxiety, and then they would look into the patients' medical history, and would ask basic questions like their eating habits, etc. there are different ways to try to cure, or ease anxiety. For mild anxiety a doctor would recommend psychotherapy .Most severe anxiety would need both psychotherapy, and medications to get rid of it, but of course there are other treatments like meditation, hydrotherapy, yoga, and even acupuncture. People suffering from anxiety as a disorder should seek for help as soon as they notice the symptoms, before it gets worst.
             Social anxiety (SAD) of panic disorder is the feeling of fear, nervousness, and discomfort in social situations. It is fear of being humiliated, embarrassed and judged incorrectly. Social anxiety can be present before a single event like a presentation in public or it can be present all the time when surrounded by people or social events. In order for a patient to be diagnosed with Social Anxiety Disorder, It has to be severe to the point in which is interrupts daily functions, like school, or work.

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