What mental health disorder causes people to burn things?
What percentage of people diagnosed with a mental health disorder also will have a substance disorder at some time in their lives?
...not sure, ..but I am of them! Read More
Because it is not a harmful thing. If it were harmful to a person's health, then it would be considered a mental disorder. Homosexuality is normal and not dangerous to people at all. Read More
Yes, people can have more than one mental health disorder, even of same type of disorders. Read More
In general 10% of people with an eating disorder diagnosis will die from the illness. Eating disorder is the most fatal of mental health diagnosis. Read More
If I understand the question, then you would be able to work if you suffered from Borderline Personality Disorder. The Mental Health Act 2007 ensures that people who suffer from mental illness have equal rights with regards to employment. Read More
What mental disorder does someone have if they are overprotective hates people who don't believe what they do and are easily mad and unsocial?
A person exhibiting these symptoms does not necessarily have any mental illness but they would have to go to a mental health professional for a diagnosis. Read More
This could be Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Some examples of the problems that people have with this disorder are obsessively worrying about what to wear, worrying whether or not they have turned off the coffee pot, wondering whether their hands are clean enough and relentlessly washing their hands again and again. Some people can be helped with certain prescription medicines. Sufferers can begin to get help by contacting their family doctor or a mental health professional… Read More
The term that I imagine you're looking for is 'kleptomania'. Whether it really 'causes people to steal' is another matter. The word is often used very loosely in the sense of 'habitual stealing'. In those cases where it's linked to anti-social personality disorder (ASPD, aka sociopathy) it could almost impossible to treat. Please see the link given below and on the right-hand side. Read More
Organic Mental Health problems have an identifiable physical cause; such as in the dementias or some people with brain injury. Functional Mental Health Problems are not due to simple structural abnormalities of the brain. There is no 100% identifiable cause for these illnesses. The jury is still out. Read More
People go to a psychologist for mental health checkups. Read More
Most people are mentally healthy. People who have a mental disorder usually have some kind of chemical imbalance in their brain, causing that they will have a different disorder, depending on the missing chemical. Read More
When myth or superstition is used by common people to diagnose or treat people with mental illness, this is called myth by mental health professionals. Read More
People with bad mental health could not study well, sleep well, or have brain problems. Read More
That people who have mental illness are all crazy. Read More
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness and is not life-threatening. If you are referring to how long your body will last, you would have to analyze the other aspects of your general health to determine your life expectancy. However, people suffering from bipolar disorder have a higher suicide rate than those who do not. Read More
Can anyone please tell me A place to go to write and get advice from people in your situation of your anxiety disorder?
The US and the UK have National Mental Health Organizations. It's a good starting point. Read More
An eating disorder is a condition that makes people eat more, less, or throw up after eating. An eating disorder is a compulsion to eat, or avoid eating, that negatively affects both one's physical and mental health. Eating disorders are all encompassing. They affect every part of the person's life. An eating disorder is a compulsion to eat, or avoid eating, that negatively affects both one's physical and mental health. Eating disorders are all encompassing… Read More
Dissociative identity disorder (formerly called multiple personality disorder) generaly does not kill. Depression and other trauma related to the disorder, or the cause of the disorder, can cause a person with DID to attempt suicide, especially if the person stays in an environment that is harmful to their mental health. Prognoses are also worse if the person does not receive proper treatment. Read More
physical ,mental and social health are some factors that decide the health of the people Read More
There are a lot of programs through many counties Mental Health Board that will help people with no insurance or low income get help in treating mental illnesses such as depression or bipolar disorder. Try contacting your local United Way, or crisis intervention center. I found help through there for treatment and medication at no cost. Read More
5% to 15%. The number is not exact, because there are many varying levels of eating disorder and mental disorders. Also, some with severe mental disorders might refuse food or show signs of an eating disorder, but for wholly different reasons that do not relate to self-image or weight loss attempts. Read More
Yes, increase in mental health care equals to increase in health for all people. Read More
mental health is caused by depression and not sleeping mental health is a serious illness some people with metal health commit suicide Read More
Gary A. Refsland has written: 'Improving mental health care to Montana elders' -- subject(s): Older people, Mental health, Statistics, Mental health services Read More
Deryck Browne has written: 'Black people, mental health and the courts' 'Black people and sectioning' -- subject(s): Blacks, Commitment and detention, Great Britain, Insane, Mental health, Mental health laws Read More
Can a person know if they have a mental disorder before other people notice or is it possible to be born with or develop gradually over years a mental disorder?
Can a person know if they have a mental disorder before other people notice? Many mental disorders have symptoms that are internal. If someone with depression always feels sad and tired, but does not act that way because he or she is afraid of others judging, then that person may realize that he or she has a mental disorder before others do. However, other mental disorders have a lack of insight, meaning that people with… Read More
Nobody knows exactly. People who are very creative do seem to be more likely to suffer from mental disorders. However, there is no way to tell if the disorder causes the creativity or vice versa. There does seem to be some sort of connection. Read More
No, autistic people are not 'crazy'. Many autistic people can have mental health issues but they're no more likely to have mental health issues than anyone else and often mental health issues in autistic people is more to do with how society treats autistic people - e.g. depression is more likely in autistic people who are bullied or face discrimination. Read More
The main health risk in a tornado is injury resulting from flying or falling debris, falling trees, and collapsing buildings. People have also suffered heart attacks due to the stress of the event. A tornado may also affect a person's mental health. Some people develop posttraumatic stress disorder. Read More
A compulsive disorder is a kind of a mental disorder which drives you to perform completely unnecessary and ridiculous to most of the people actions (compulsions) but still essential to those who suffer form the compulsive disorder. Read More
Shyness is not a mental disorder but a very common human SENSE. People who are shy are afraid of a lot of attention, its very common for people to have this. But as they grow f****ng old they dont get shy. Read More
Probably schizophrenia - one of the side effects is a fear that people are turning against you. Without medical intervention - this could lead to a sufferer causing harm to either themselves or (more likely) other people. Read More
What causes a stereotypically normal person to forget what happens during their mood swing such as what was said and what caused these moody feelings in the first place?
Stereotypically normal people do not suffer unexplained memory loss and mood swings. The causes could be undiagnosed depressive episodes, undiagnosed bipolar disorder, repression due to previous trauma and a variety of other reasons. It is not caused by normalcy, and should be discussed with a mental health professional. Read More
None. People who commit suicide do it for many reasons, but work usually isn't one of them - it's more likely to be relationship issues or a mental disorder that causes it. Read More
It is neither good manners nor good for your mental health. You may be suffering from an emotional disorder. Please see a counselor before your life is ruined. Read More
There is no registration required for any mental illness/disorder. So none. Read More
yes she has ASD anthroposophy section disorder which means she can't think straight and people have to help her decide on things. Read More
Have you ever lied about having a mental disorder Is there a mental disorder for people who do this?
When you say "lied about having a mental disorder" I'm going to assume that you mean that they lied to say they had one when they did not. If it is the other way around, there are plenty of legitimate reasons to do so including the intense stigma of mental disorders and how people view those individuals. Reasons that people lie to say that they do have a mental disorder would be that they are… Read More
People with eating disorders depending on the seriousness of their disorder.. are dealt with in different ways. If someone has a serious eating disorder, to the point where their body and mind are suffering from it.. which is most instances is the case.. those people must go seek professional help. Not only because they are permanently damaging their bodies, but their mental health suffers from the disorder as well. Professional help is the best bet… Read More
Those are results from a genetic disorder or sex-linked diseases. It is out of their control. Read More
The Alberta Community Mental Health Clinic is catered to people with mental illness. Patients there will get support, psychiatric treatment and help with resources such as housing and employment. Read More
Autism Spectrum Disorders are classified as a mental health disorder in the DSM, the diagnostic manual used by psychologist and psychiatrist to diagnose mental health conditions. However, autism is actually a neurobiological different, where those of us with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) are born with brains that works differently than the neuro-typical population. That being said, due to some of the symptomology of the disorder, from social difficulties to hyper/hypo sensitivities, people with autism tend… Read More
Bipolar disorder affects approximately 5.7 million American adults, or about 2.6 percent of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. (Source: http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/the-numbers-count-mental-disorders-in-america/index.shtml) Read More
Yes, there is always hope. Talk to a mental health professional. Sometimes it will take several attempts to finally get the right medication and dosage for you. People with Bipolar Disorder can have happy, productive lives when the illness is treated correctly. Read More
could be depression, Avoidant Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, paranoid Personality Disorder, etc. . . Read More
Avoidant Personality Disorder is a mental illness that is marked by feelings of inadequacy. Because of their very low self esteem, people with Avoidant Personality Disorder will avoid social obligations so they don't have to be around people. Read More
People that are involved in psychology are people that like to study a persons mind. The people on the other spectrum are the patients that have a mental disorder. Read More