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Sleep Disturbances
-insomnia
-hypersomnia
-parasomnia
insomnia
Lack of, or diminished, ability to sleep
Hypersomnia
Excessive sleeping
parasomnia
something happening during sleep such as changes in autonomic system, sleep walking, night terrors, and nightmare disorders
Appetite and Weight Disturbances
-anorexia
-hyperphagia
Anorexia
Loss of, or decrease in, appetite
Hyperphagia
Increase in intake of food
Normal Thinking
Thinking refers to the ideational components of mental activity, processes used to imagine, appraise, evaluate, forecast, plan, create and will.
Psychosis
Inability to distinguish reality from fantasy; impaired reality testing with the creation of a new reality
Formal Thought Disorder
Thinking characterized by loosened associations, neologisms, and illogical constructs; thought process is disordered, and the person is defined as psychotic.
Autistic Thinking
Preoccupation with inner, private world; term used somewhat synonymously with dereism. (One of the four A’s of schizophrenias.)
Magical Thinking
A form of dereistic thought; in which thoughts, words, or actions assume power (for example, they can cause or prevent events)