Month: February 2019

10 mental illnesses that work can cause

Daily stress and constant processing can be a cause and a catalyst for many mental disorders. Psychologists have identified the most common of them. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS suffers every twentieth working person. Symptoms The need for solitude, a feeling of depression and hopelessness, unreasonable fatigue, sleep disturbance, apathy, loss of memory and muscle weakness. […]

Chronic fatigue

The term “chronic fatigue syndrome” is widely known among residents of megalopolises. Humanity has met this state since the middle of the twentieth century and it still remains relevant as long as we work hard and forget about enough rest and the need to protect our mental and physical health. What is this mysterious state […]

Hysterical neurosis

Hysterical neurosis is a manifestation of mental discomfort directly related to the pathological transfer of internal conflict to somatic soil. Characteristic are motor (tremor, problems with coordination, aphonia, convulsions, paresis or paralysis), sensory (impaired sensitivity) and somatic disorders (disruption of the internal organs), as well as hysterical seizures. The diagnosis is established on the basis of serious […]


Neurasthenia (asthenic neurosis) is a pathological state of the human nervous system resulting from its exhaustion during prolonged mental or physical overload. Most often neurasthenia occurs in people 20–40 years old, in women a little less than in men. It develops during prolonged physical overstrain (hard work, lack of sleep, lack of rest), frequent stressful situations, personal tragedies, long conflicts. The […]

Acute and transient psychotic disorders

What is Acute and transient psychotic disorders – Currently, this diagnosis is the most common with the first hospitalization of a patient in the emergency department. The frequency of diagnosis ranges from 4 to 6 cases per 1000 population per year. What triggers/Causes of Acute and transient psychotic disorders: Acute transient psychotic disorders may be associated […]

Vegetosomatic disorders in depression

Vegetative disturbances in the clinic of latent depression can manifest as vegetovascular dystonia and crises. In dystonia, autonomic disorders are in the form of severe sympathicotonia (increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, dry mouth, coldness of the limbs, white dermographism, etc.) or vagotonia (slowed pulse, lowered blood pressure, increased salivation, increased intestinal peristalsis, redness of the skin, red dermographism). Sometimes the […]

Depression and suicide

The most horrendous consequence of depression is suicide. Of the 30,000 people who reportedly end their lives in the United States each year, most suffer from depression. However, since not all suicides are known (some are hidden due to stigma fears, and besides, many accidents may actually be the result of suicide), the number of actual […]

Postpartum depression

Most mothers go through a specific condition in the first or second week after giving birth. They feel sad, discouraged and anxious about their ability to care for a newborn baby. In part, hormones can be blamed, as well as lack of sleep. Your body is completely exhausted by pregnancy and childbirth, causing you to feel as if […]