MENTAL DISORDER-(SHOCK)

MENTAL DISORDER-(SHOCK)

SHOCK

Shock is inadequate circulation of blood and oxygen to organs or tissues because of blood loss or dehydration, weak action of the heart, or dilation of the peripheral blood vessels.

Septic shock comes from bacterial infection. Anaphylactic shock comes from allergic reactions. Electric shock comes from exposure to live electric current of lightning.Read More

MENTAL DISORDER-(HEADACHE)

MENTAL DISORDER-(HEADACHE)

HEADACHE

Headache is simply pain in the head. It is more a symptom than a disease. Various kinds of headaches can occur, including tension headaches, migraine headaches and cluster headaches.

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MENTAL DISORDER-(INSOMNIA)

MENTAL DISORDER-(INSOMNIA)

INSOMNIA

Insomnia is difficulty in falling asleep or staying asleep to the point that it interferes with getting adequate rest. Insomnia may be caused by emotional distress, worry, nervous tension, too much thinking, pain, drugs, caffeine, overeating, or environments that are not conductive to sleeping.

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mental disorder-(grief)

MENTAL DISORDER-(GRIEF)

GRIEF

Grief is an emotional reaction to loss and disappointment, such as the loss of a loved one, the breaking up of a relationship, or losing a job.

SYMPTOMS

Grief is characterized by weeping, wailing, sobbing, sighing, withdrawal, and depression. Rational thinking is usually overcome by emotion during acute grief.

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MENTAL DISORDER-(DIZZINESS)

MENTAL DISORDER-(DIZZINESS)

DIZZINESS

Dizziness is a symptom more than an illness, but it is nonetheless quite annoying and can be debilitating. Dizziness may accompany fever, headache, and nausea in acute illnesses. It is also present with fainting, motion sickness and loss of balance.

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mental disorder

MENTAL DISORDERS

FAINTING

Fainting is a sudden brief loss of consciousness caused by a lowering of blood pressure to the brain. Fainting may result from physical or emotional causes. Common causative factors are blood loss, dehydration, pain, fright, shock, becoming overhead, exhaustion, arrhythmias of the heart, overexertion, and hyperventilation.

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