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    Senior Living and Cognitive Impairment Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is defined as a degree of mental or cognitive impairment that is not normal for the person's age. It may also be used to describe the set of symptoms commonly associated with certain medical conditions or diseases. MCI is often referred to as a pre-Alzheimer's stage of dementia, although not everybody with MCI will develop Alzheimer's. MCI has also been called "the place between slight forgetfulness and Alzheimer's". Many…

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    Background Over the past years, a great amount of meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) have been conducted to assess the effectiveness and/or the efficacy of numerous psychotherapies for a wide range of outcomes. While it is commonly accepted that psychotherapy could be considered effective and in the case of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) comparable to pharmacotherapy, the question about the quality of the evidence in the field remains controversial. Some empirical…

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    The medical industry is constantly advancing with technological treatments in order to ensure the utmost wellness of the population. While a number of new treatments have been introduced for various health issues, there are some that have been in the medical industry for many generations and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) is one of them. Although ECT is used to treatment several mental health conditions, severe Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is one of its most common uses (Mayo Clinic. 2017).…

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    Their constant worrying may often lead them to act differently compared to other children their age. Though often mistaken as a rare occurrence among children who are habitually misdiagnosed with other mental illnesses such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder or depression, OCD occurs in approximately 1% of all children. In addition, adults who have been diagnosed with OCD later in life have experience or exhibit OCD symptoms during their childhood years. OCD in…

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    “The Medicated Americans” is about America’s antidepressant use and how most of the time the terms “depression” and “Depression” can lead to incorrect prescriptions of these antidepressants. The author Charles Barber goes into detail on the numerous amount of misdiagnoses for depression due to the misunderstanding of the word. Like depression, most other disorders are not being treated correctly and a majority of the people who are being treated are not receiving the full benefits they need. 43…

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    In the research over view Article “Stress and Development of Depression and Heavy Drinking in Adulthood: Moderating Effects of Childhood Trauma” Written by Coleman, Garad, Zeng, Naicker, Weeks, Patten, Jones, Thompson, Wild. The Authors go in depth with how they our replicating a study from The Nations Population Heath Survey which is known to be a nationwide longitudinal study conducted by Statistics Canada. This study used measures over a 16 year time period starting from 1994/1995 and…

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    The clinical application of hypnosis is usually called hypnosis treatment. For several years, hypnosis techniques have been used to cure physical and mental disorders, however, there are still those who misuse or mistake hypnosis as treatment. Due to these negative notions of hypnosis treatment it has been deprecated at times. Nowadays, people become more aware of hypnosis treatment as numerous professional organizations agree that this form of treatment is an effective means for valid medial…

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    “People with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) demonstrate characteristics of impaired social interaction and communication abilities. These clients are unable to initiate conversations and fail to understand or observe nonverbal behaviors. Another identifier for someone with ASD is their use of repetitive and restrictive behaviors. A client with ASD will repeat the question being asked rather than answer it. The client will parrot or repeat one word or phrase that is spoken to them, also known as…

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    Mood disorders are a category of mental illnesses which alter a person’s emotions in a negative way. One such illness is Major Depressive Disorder (MMD), which involves a loss of enjoyment in usual activities or a sad mood for most of the time over a two week period, along with at least four other symptoms (Grivas, 2016). This is different to bereavement, which is a person’s normal reaction to loss, though the DSM-5 now recognises that forms of depression can develop from bereavement (Bressert,…

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    Anxiety disorders are not uncommon in late life. These disorders are often under diagnosed or misdiagnosed in late life due to their symptomatic overlap with medical conditions, drug effects and the lack of standard diagnostic criteria developed specifically for detecting anxiety disorders in older individuals.( (Rajesh & Deena,2014). Another reason for poor recognition of anxiety disorders in the elderly is that the physical symptoms associated with anxiety especially sleep disturbances,…

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