Top 10 Psychological Diseases

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Psychological illness may vary from widely known irrational fears to post traumatic stress syndrome. Discussed herein are top ten psychological illnesses that affect millions of people globally in the present times.

 

1. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder also referred to as OCD is psychological illness that is characterized by imaginations that creates stress or nervousness, by redundant behaviors or an amalgamation of such imaginations which are obsession and actions also known as compulsions. This may range from widespread hoarding, continuous hand washing or obsession with religious or aggressive desires.

 

2. Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is also referred to as bipolar affective disorder in medical quarters. In some instances it is also known as depressive disorder. This is whereby the person suffers from sensitive disorders that are identified by the existence of a single or multiple episodes of abnormal superior mood levels commonly known as mania. If it’s mild it is called hypomania. Patients with this condition are also known to undergo depressive signs or mixed emotions, i.e. mania and depression at the same time.

 

3. Social Anxiety Disorder

Social anxiety disorder is commonly known as social phobia or social anxiety. In a case where a person suffers from this particular condition, they become tremendously uncomfortable when around other people and will often suffer from anxiety when in a social setting. This is known to result in unnecessary stress or inability to function normally in some aspects of day to day life.

 

4. Clinical Depression

Clinical depression also known as severe depression disorder or Unipolar depression is a serious type of psychological disease. A person is said to be clinically depressed when without explanation are no longer interested in normal day to day activity that would have otherwise been referred to as normal.

 

5. Schizophrenia

A person is said to suffer from schizophrenia when there are irregularities in the discernment or expression of the things that are around them. When a person suffers from this disease, it may have a huge affect on their ability to hear, see, taste, smell and touch. In worse case scenarios it may result in peculiar delusions, hallucinations or slurred speech followed with a huge amount of social dysfunction. The level of schizophrenia ranges from one person to another. There are those who have psychotic episodes then in a short while carry on with their lives. On the other hand there are those who constantly suffer from it and require constant dependency from those around them.

 

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