Disorders

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Anxiety disorder - phobia - DSM classification
Persistant fear that is unreasonable. Exposure to phobic stimulus provokes immediate anxiety response. Person recognises the fear as excessive. Situations are avoided. The phobia disrupts the individual's day-to-day life.
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Affective disorder - depression - DSM classification
Depressed mood. Loss of enjoyment/interest. Reduced energy and concentration. Ideas of guilt and feel worthless. Acts of self-harm or thoughts of suicide. Disturped sleep. Reduced appetite.
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Psycotic disorder - schizophrenia - DSM classification
Delusions of control. Hallucinatory voices. Persistent delusions and hallucinations. Negative symptoms, positive symptoms. Irrelevant speech. Thought echo, thought insertion or withdrawal.
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Neurotic (anxiety) disorder
give continuous feeling of fear and anxiety which is disabling and can impose on daily functioning.
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Affective disorder
The disorder prevents the individual from leading a normal life, at work, socially or within their family.
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Psychotic disorder
Psychosis is the general term for disorders that involve a loss of contact with reality.
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Depressed mood. Loss of enjoyment/interest. Reduced energy and concentration. Ideas of guilt and feel worthless. Acts of self-harm or thoughts of suicide. Disturped sleep. Reduced appetite.

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Affective disorder - depression - DSM classification

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Delusions of control. Hallucinatory voices. Persistent delusions and hallucinations. Negative symptoms, positive symptoms. Irrelevant speech. Thought echo, thought insertion or withdrawal.

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give continuous feeling of fear and anxiety which is disabling and can impose on daily functioning.

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The disorder prevents the individual from leading a normal life, at work, socially or within their family.

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