It depends on the illness. Some diseases can cause brain damage, which can result in mental illness. Others can cause physical and/or emotional trauma for the person who is ill, and the experience can result in mental illness.
Usually mental illness cant be cured completely. but can be helped. it depends on how bad it is and on the person
The word "control" might imply a bit much, but there is no question that mental attitude can lead to illness.
Paranoid narcissism is a mental illness where a person thinks they are being persecuted by everyone. Their reaction is to act better than everyone else and be unpleasant most of the time.
Just like anyone else just be sensitive to the needs of the person, and realize that a rounded diet is important for anyone with mental illness or not.
Even though not everyone with a mental illness gets better, many people with mental illnesses are able to lead functioning, happy lives. It depends on the severity of the person's disorder, the support the person has, the treatment being utilized, and the person's individual characteristics.
Yes , plenty. Providing that you are mentally and emotionally stable a person with a mental illness can have any job they want.
It impacts not only the person with the mental illness, but impacts the family's as well. For the person with the mental illness, it makes every single day a struggle. A struggle to live, to what they perceive, a normal life. But, for the family, it's an everyday struggle to help the person with the mental illness and is both a emotional and physical challenge.
A person with mental illness sees a psychiatrist.
If its a mental health disorder then no. A person may have a biological condition which means they do bleed easily and that may be linked to the mental illness, but the mental illness itself would not be a direct cause of the bleeding problem itself.
Mental illness is defined as being unpredictable or erratic. A person which suffers from mental illness usually displays this when asked to answer a question or concentrate on something specific. This person would not be able to do this. Uncle Nate
It depends on what kind of mental illness it is. Some people you can't even tell that something is wrong with them! So it depends on what they have, and how bad they have it.
Of COURSE they can! If they can't become a nurse because they have a mental illness, then that is prejudice against that person. They can be a nurse just like a person who has diabetes or cancer or depression or aids can, just the same. Just as long as the illness doesn't get in the way of the work.
It means a person has a mental illness already prior to applying for insurance coverage. Pre-existing has to be "known". 4ligeguild
That could be a symptom of Asperger's syndrome. It is not a mental illness. You might want to seek an evaluation.
That is factitious disorder. They are suffering from a need of attention.
A definition of mental illness , is the person thinks they are someone else, or someone else is talking to them, in their imagination. It is a illness working on the mind. And please note it is only another form of illness like B.P. and nothing to be shunned from.
A person with mental illness should always be treated with a lot of love and care. Patience and understanding are other qualities that will enable you to take care of such a person.
Yes, she can. Having a mental illness is not a "get out of divorce free" card.
The focus of mental health treatment is on improving the quality of life and functioning of the person suffering from the mental illness.
Mental illness is both conscious and unconscious. A person who is experiencing psychosis is typically living in an altered state of reality. A person with multiple personality disorder and schizophrenia is living in and out of a state of reality consciousness. But even a person living in a psychosis may not be aware of their illness. The symptoms are never as clear as physical illness.
Can't be cured but can be treated, the level of recovery depends on the person and the level of severity of the illness.
Mental illness is such a large category that I have a difficult time answering your question. Is the mental illness under control with the use of drugs? Are there flareups that occur from time to time? Or is it that you live with a mentally deficient person and you are the caretaker. Please, address the details to Kpopp.
hmm, study it. but it is complicated and varies from person to person. i belive no one understands mentall illness better the mentally ill themselves.