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  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Case Study

    The anxiety disorder that Phillip, in the case study is experiencing seems to be the result of obsessive-compulsive disorder. If we look at the case study example for obsessive-compulsive disorder from the textbook according to (Sue et al.2014, p.107) Greenberg states that impulse thoughts and ideas are obsessions that lead to compulsion which is justification for what the individuals seems fit. It can make them over obsessive about ideas which if things don’t go perfect can lead to panic…

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  • Biological Explanation Of Depression

    Depression can be explained at the Four Levels of Explanation. The biological level relates to the chemical processes underlying behaviour. The major effects that depression has at the biological level are headaches, insomnia, change in appetite and an imbalance of neurotransmitters. Basic process refers to the processes underlying behaviour; physiological effects can take place such as thoughts of death and suicide, feeling unhappy and a sense of helplessness. The Person level of explanation…

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  • Neurosis And Epigenetic Synthesis Essay

    Neurosis can arise from symptoms of stress, often causing mild to severe psychological ailments, specifically depression and/or anxiety. There are many reasons as to why an individual may experience these depressive moods, and the relationship of your environment and your biological make up can make you more or less susceptible to forms of neurosis. There are many things that contribute to whether or not a person experiences depression. In addition to the way chemicals react in the brain and…

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  • Causes And Symptoms Of Depression

    What is Depression? Depression is clinically diagnosed as a mood disorder that may cause severe symptoms such as a persistent feeling of sadness or impaired concentration. It may have an affect over a person’s mood, behavior and thoughts, which in turn can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. Major factors that play a role in depression include genetics, neurobiology/chemistry, or life events such as trauma, loss of a loved one, divorce, or any stressful situation. Depressed…

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  • Essay On Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Have you been through some traumatic event in your life and sometimes continue to dwell on the event? If you do this could be the cause of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This effects many thousands of people throughout the United States and the world. People who have greater risks for PTSD are first responders and Military personnel. According to the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, for every ten men, six of them will experience one…

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  • Ptsd In The Military

    According to The Nebraska Department of Veteran’s Affair, estimated 7.8 percent of Americans had experienced PTSD, also known Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD is considered a psychiatric disorder and a mental health issue in the United States. They often develop depression, substance abuse, and anxiety. People that were diagnosed with PTSD had a serious accident, physical or sexual assaulted or a military combat. There three different symptoms, first symptoms is when you’re thinking about…

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  • Mr Shackgleford Case Summary

    I would diagnose Mr. Schackleford with PTSD, depression, and specific phobia of germs. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) requires that a trauma must be experienced, witnesses, or heard about in order for a patient to be diagnosed. Mr. Schackleford served in the Operation Iraqi Freedom conflict and experienced many traumatic situations including IEDs. The specific event that he believes to have had the greatest impression on him as a time with their troop was cleaning up after an event and…

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  • Depression Vs Antidepressants Research Paper

    Depression is a common disorder that many people may face at some point in their life for a variety of reason. It is a complex disease because there is not a set reason as to why it is caused. Some reasons depression might occur is from distressing situations that take place, from a series of life altering trials or sometimes from a serious health condition. Depression symptoms may be kept under control by medication but they will never be completely cured from medicine. However, medications…

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  • Organic Food Depression

    When people caught wind of the fact that organic produce was steadily available for the public, it caused a craze and a surplus in the amount of shoppers that purposely went out and sought after organic products. When one hears that food is organic they immediately assume that it is safer and more wholesome than non-organic nutrients. However, according to David Klurfeld, many fail to realize that there is not enough solid evidence to verify that there are any actual advantages to eating organic…

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  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Case Study

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) deals with an illogical link from the obsession to the compulsion, or ritual. The obsession is the source of the individual’s fears, such as germs or death, and the ritual is the practices one performs, such as washing one’s hands or blinking a certain number of times, as an alleviation of their obsession. The link may or may not make sense to the individual; with the latter case, the ritual is mainly performed just in case something bad was to happen. Those…

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