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Read helpful research-backed information on various psychological conditions to help understand your symptoms and take necessary precautions if needed.

Psychological conditions involve abnormalities of the human mind resulting in unusual behavioral patterns that can affect an individual’s daily activities. There is a broad range of mild and curable psychological conditions that people of any age group can suffer from due to genetics and other specific circumstances, including magical thinking, jet lag, caffeine use disorder, eating disorders, trichotillomania, autophobia, dermatillomania, and many more. However, individuals may experience several acute and chronic conditions that can negatively affect their psychological well-being, such as chronic depression, psychotic depression, anxiety disorder, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, dysgraphia, perinatal mood disorders, body-focused repetitive behaviors, dissociative disorders, pyromania, etc. 

Workaholic

Workaholic

    A workaholic suffers from the consequences of his work addiction. Know who a workaholic is and how his/her addiction can be treated.

    Postpartum depression site

    Postpartum Depression

      Postpartum depression (PPD) is a form of depression that affects women after childbirth, which makes them incapable of taking care of the newborn baby.

      Dyslexia

      Dyslexia

        Dyslexia is a learning disability in reading and speech, with neurobiological origins. It can be managed with a number of measures.

        Panic Disorder

        Panic Disorder

          Panic disorder is a mental illness involving two or more panic attacks and constant fear of subsequent attacks. Repeated panic attacks can adversely affect your… Read More »Panic Disorder

          Hypersomnia

          Hypersomnia

            Feeling sleepy is a common experience, but excessive daytime sleepiness can affect the quality of your life. Hypersomnia or Hypersomnolence leads to excessive sleepiness despite… Read More »Hypersomnia

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            Manic Depression

              Manic depression is a condition involving both depressive and manic episodes. Is manic depression same as bipolar disorder?

              Boredom

              Boredom

                Everyone feels bored at times. It is an emotional state associated with attention, perception, memory and creativity. However, chronic boredom can adversely affect our mental… Read More »Boredom

                Acute Stress Disorder site

                Acute Stress Disorder

                  Acute stress disorder is a mental disorder that develops after an intensely traumatic experience. If left unaddressed, it can lead to more severe conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder.

                  Generalized Anxiety Disorder site

                  Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

                    Do you tend to worry all day or feel excessively anxious and tense? Although some amount of anxiety can be healthy, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) can severely affect your quality of life.

                    loneliness

                    Loneliness

                      Loneliness refers to a distressing state of mind that can make someone feel alone, empty, abandoned, and unwanted. When the feeling of being isolated worsens… Read More »Loneliness

                      Hormones

                      Hormones

                        Understanding what are hormones, its types, functions, and disorders.

                        What Is Chronic Pain

                        Chronic Pain

                          Chronic pain is a condition characterized by pain that lasts longer than three to six months. This pain interferes with the day-to-day functioning of an… Read More »Chronic Pain