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Catatonia

    Catatonia is characterized by a group of certain symptoms that usually involve a lack of movement and communication and also include agitation, confusion, and restlessness.… Read More »Catatonia

    What Is Therapy

    Therapy

      Therapy refers to a treatment process that includes consulting with a therapist for resolving problematic feelings, thoughts, behaviors, relationships, and other psychological issues. It involves… Read More »Therapy

      What Is Schizophrenia

      Schizophrenia

        Schizophrenia is a serious mental health condition that is considered as a type of psychosis by medical professionals. With self-help and effective treatment, you can… Read More »Schizophrenia

        Dissociative Identity Disorder

        Dissociative Identity Disorder

          Dissociative identity disorder is a very rare and complex disorder. Know what it is, and its symptoms, causes, and treatment methods.

          What Is Personality

          Personality

            Personality refers to a person’s thoughts, emotions, attitude, mood, behavior and opinions that characterize who they are as an individual. It is a crucial aspect… Read More »Personality

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            Aggression

              Aggression is characterized by anger or violent feelings along with harmful social interaction and an intention of inflicting damage to others. What Is Aggression? Aggression… Read More »Aggression

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              Psychosis

                Psychosis refers to a lack or loss of connection with reality and involves severe hallucinations and/or delusions. It can be a sign of different psychiatric… Read More »Psychosis

                What Is Anger

                Anger

                  Anger is a natural, sometimes irrational, human emotion typically triggered by psychological, emotional, or physical pain. It can be characterized by a feeling or desire… Read More »Anger