Body Dysmorphia Disorder

Body Dysmorphia, is a disorder associated with the brain and can be termed as a somatoform disorder. This disorder has to do with excessively self-awareness of your body image and overall physical features. If you are suffering from Body Dysmophia you will find your self complain about one or more body-related defects and about your... Continue Reading »

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ChildHood “Bipolar Disorder”

Childhood bipolar is also a type of manic depression, which the symptoms are usually feeling indestructible, with rapid thinking, can’t stand still and engaging in risky behaviours.  A childhood bipolar disorder is different than an adults bipolar disorder.    A child’s bipolar behavior comes and goes in faster intervals. Usually in adults, one period may... Continue Reading »

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Substance Induced Depressive Disorder

Substance-induced anxiety disorder are panic attacks, phobia disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. Substance-induced anxiety disorder is caused from the use of psychoactive substances. These substances can intoxicate you and provoke or exacerbate anxiety-related symptoms. Anxieties can occur during the withdrawal stage as you try to reduce or eliminate drugs and/or alcohol from... Continue Reading »

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Manic Depression Disorder

Manic depression is also known as a bipolar disorder which is basically a mood disorder. This disorder is separated into bipolar I and bipolar II. With bipolar I disorder, the depressive and manic episodes are mixed are very severe. The symptoms of the depressive and manic episodes present very differently than your normal state. With... Continue Reading »

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Phobia Disorder

Phobia is an anxiety disorder an its defined as a irrational fear that results in the deliberate avoidance of the feared object, activity or situation. Actual exposure to the feared object or situation, or just thinking about your fear will cause you sever anxiety. Phobia Types: • Social Anxiety Disorder also known as Social phobia... Continue Reading »

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Sadism and Masochism Disorder

Sadism Disorder and Masochism Disorder, or Sexual Sadism Disorder and Sexual Masochism Disorder, are considered to be conditions that pertain to sexual arousal. Someone that has Sadism Disorder is sexually aroused by another person who’s experiencing an excessive amount of pain and suffering, and humility. Sadism Disorder can develop into a more serious case, whereas the... Continue Reading »

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Separation Anxiety Disorder

Separation Anxiety Disorder, or SAD, is a type of psychological condition that presents itself with an extreme amount of anxiety. This kind of anxiety stems from the individual being separated from certain people, people who the aforementioned individual has a solid emotional connection with. The anxiety that’s discussed here also stems from the sufferer being... Continue Reading »

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Self Injury

Self Injury, or SI, is determined through directly and intentionally inflicting damage to the body tissue. Self-injuries are often performed absent suicidal intention, and cover a wide field of acts of self-harm behavior. This even includes pulling of hair and consuming toxic objects or substances that aren’t designed for human consumption. Self Injury may be alternatively... Continue Reading »

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (may be abbreviated as SAD and alternatively known as summer/winter/seasonal depression and summer/winter blues) was, in the past, viewed as a type of mood disorder that would be recognized through symptoms of depression during the summer and/or winter season(s). Today, it’s officially labeled as “with seasonal pattern” through manuals DSM-IV and DSM-5 and... Continue Reading »

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Schizotypal Personality Disorder

Schizotypal Personality Disorder, or STPD for short, is recognized through the need to isolate oneself from the world, anxiety (pertains to social interactions and events), avant-garde beliefs (includes superstitions), and unusual behavior and way of thinking. Those who have SPD may also dress in a peculiar manner. People with this disorder usually wish to target... Continue Reading »

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