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    Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after someone has been exposed to a traumatic event. Trauma is defined as, “an extremely distressing experience that causes severe emotional shock and may have long-lasting psychological effects” (Townsend, 2014). Any event that causes a person to have intense fear of physical harm or death to themselves or a loved one may lead to PTSD. Events such as a motor vehicle accident, combat exposure, physical or sexual abuse, fire, tornado, hurricane, flood,…

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    Mental illness is a serious problem and affects many people, it even affects young children. There are many children that are affected by many different types of mental illness disorders. More than 1.5 million children are diagnosed with a type of mental illnesses disorder (Kerens, 2012). Mental illness can lead into many different disorders such as anxiety. Anxiety is the most common disorder in middle childhood; there are many different types of anxiety disorders children may be affected by.…

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    Abstract Main character from the film “Benny & Joon” directed by Jeremiah Clechkik displays numerous symptoms indicating a mental illness. The symptoms narrowed down to three main categories: schizophrenia, autism, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The acknowledgement of a specified disordered is not given during the film. Throughout the paper, referencing details from the film, characters will be analyzed concerning their mental illness. Keywords:…

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    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Patients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the most popular types of therapy when treating disorders such as anxiety, panic disorders, and most commonly, obsessive compulsive disorder. Cognitive behavioral therapy is defined as changing the disturbing thoughts of a person by identifying their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors in order to eventually change the behavior of the person (Courtois, 2009). Cognitive therapy treats…

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    Essay On Antidepressants

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    might be treated better with alternatives to antidepressants. Which, according to the researches, does not help much more than an inactive placebo. The two drugs analysed were paroxetine and imipramine. Paraxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor while imipramine is a tricyclic antidepressant drug. While a placebo usually is described as inactive and…

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    Depression In Young Women

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    No matter who you are, most of us have experienced sadness. Sometimes even more and longer than others. For most people it’s temporary, but for some people it’s permanent, and it is also known as depression. Depression is an important issue to cover because they can affect a person’s personal life, school life, work life, social life, and family life. Depression is the leading most common disease among people especially adolescent girls. Women are twice as likely to experience depression as…

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    IBD IBD is an umbrella term consisting of two main diseases: UC and Crohn’s disease. Both of these are unpredictable, relapsing and remitting chronic conditions affecting the gastrointestinal tract.1,2 They have overlapping features and some distinct features that differ with one another.1,3 I would be focusing more about UC in this case discussion which was the diagnosis for this patient. The terms IBD and UC would be interchangeable throughout this case discussion. Epidemiology The…

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    The Perception Of Fear

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    ways to let us free. One of them is similiar with the Medicating Women’s Feelings article by Julie Holland from The New York Times. They said “The most common antidepressants, which are also used to treat anxiety, are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (S.S.R.I.s) that enhance serotonin transmission. S.S.R.I.s keep things “all good.” But too good is no good. More serotonin might lengthen your short fuse and quell your fears, but it also helps to numb you, physically and emotionally” (The…

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    Analysis Of Crazy Like Us

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    In the Japanese society, where mental diseases are neither widely accepted nor recognized, pharmaceutical companies take advantage of the public’s lack of education by marketing through manipulation and deception. *insert a smooth transition to tie Ethan Watters to thesis* “Crazy Like Us” is Ethan Watters’ take on the fraudulent diagnosis of depression in Japan. His work focuses on the transition and efforts undertaken by pharmaceutical companies to market overseas the western-developed…

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    Depression Therapy Essay

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    Therapy is a great way of treatment for people struggling with depression. Medication is another form of treatment for the depressed, it is easy for the patient to become addicted. Once the depressed are done taking their medication they may not want to quit. Their antidepressants made them feel better so once the medicine is gone they may begin to feel empty again or as if they are missing something, Depression is more than just a sad mood. Almost 20% of Americans who suffer from depression…

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