dissociative disorder

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Living with a dissociative disorder can be very distressing but there is help available.
Sociodemographic features, affective symptoms and family functioning in hospitalized patients with dissociative disorder (conclusive type).
The co-existing psychiatric disorder was depression in 50% (n=30), dissociative disorder in 48.
Like in other psychiatric disorders, co-morbidity is often found in dissociative disorder.
Moreover, others researcher have found similar levels of resilience between DID patients and other patients with similar trauma histories who do not experience frequent symptoms of dissociative disorders (Ellason, Ross, & Day, 2003).
Dissociative pathology discriminates between bipolar mood disorder and dissociative disorder.
For the first time, the PLA has also removed mental illnesses that would disqualify candidates from military service, including schizophrenia, dissociative disorder, depression and bipolar disorder, China Daily said.
4] In addition, some individuals with dissociative disorder also suffer from epilepsy.
With the advent of the DSM-5 in May 2013 (APA, 2013), several of the criteria for diagnosing DID remain the same, but the DSM-5 Dissociative Disorder Work Group proposed changes that will help clinicians to diagnose DID more accurately (APA, 2012).
The first two chapters introduce the core ideas of IFS, while later chapters detail methods for using IFS with children and adolescents, couples, and clients with maladies such as dissociative disorder, chronic illness, and porn addiction.
One study of 64 high functioning transexuals found 10% of the sample scoring above 30 in the Dissociative Experiences Scale, which suggests the presence of a dissociative disorder (Walling, Goodwin, & Cole, 1998).
They finally found out that the higher average scores in the groups of patients with dissociative disorder and PTSD was the result of the accumulation of people with high dissociative ability in these groups.
In the 33 chapters, sleep specialists from North America and Europe cover disorders of arousal occurring in children, like sleepwalking and terrors; parasomnias associated with REM sleep, such as REM sleep behavior disorder and nightmare disorder; those due to medical or neurological disorders or related to trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder; sleep-related dissociative disorder, enuresis, and eating disorders; and sleep-related movement disorders and other variants, such as restless legs syndrome, starts, bruxism, and epilepsy.
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