Psychological disorders, Biology

PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS -

1.       Anxiety Disorders

2.       Obsessive compulsive disorders

3.       Attention deficit disorder

4.       Mood disorders

5.       Schizophrenia

6.       Borderline personality disorder (BPD)

1.       ANXIETY DISORDERS -

It is an over reaction to stressful events.

It includes palpitation, sweatening, nausea, trembling, diarrhoea and muscular tension.

2.       OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDERS -

It includes violence.

3.       ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER-

The person shows underachievement, behavioural problems & tendancy to be disliked by other.

4.       MOOD DISORDERS-

Most common is depression, characterised by sadness, hopelessness, decline in interest.

5.       SCHIZOPHRENIA -

It includes destored thoughts, unrelated expactations, deep negative thinking, maximum fear for unknown cause.

6.       BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER (BPD)-

It includes emotionally unstable personality disorder, highly reactive, anxiety & irritability.

They show anger expressions.

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