mental disturbance


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The most recent school assault-rifle shooter, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, was known to display evidence of mental disturbance and was notorious for threatening people both online and in regular life.
This has driven the entire nation into mental disturbance The nations which forget their forefathers never go ahead on the path of development.
This substance may cause the following symptoms: Nausea, vomiting, irritation in digestive system, hearing loss, sweating, blurred vision, mental disturbance, stomach ulcer, bleeding, cerebral edema, and life-threatening heart and respiratory diseases.
49% psychological problems including embarrassment, mental disturbance etc.
The Newport coroner recorded a verdict of suicide "during a period of mental disturbance.
Undeniably the historical transition from managing, to treating people suffering with mental disturbance not only provides a clearer sense of purpose for mental health workers, but also acts to contain the anxiety of wider society.
One of my biggest concerns about psychologists prescribing is lack of medical training to make a complete differential diagnosis that includes medical causes of a mental disturbance, limited knowledge of drug-drug interactions, and potential to harm patients because of their lack of medical training.
Her lawyer submitted a medical report in English which showed her mental disturbance, which makes her irresponsible of her acts.
Call dispatchers are trained to identify mental disturbance calls and to assign these calls to CIT officers.
He wrote: "The jury stressed that this mental disturbance was not as important as the defence had argued.
On the other hand for a Pakistani individual, mental disturbance is a kind of stigma and they avoid seeking psychological help from the professionals, and whenever they are forced to go for psychological help they generally consult religious Priest, Peers, and Amils.
We present the case of a young local Chinese man who developed acute mental disturbance caused by K2 abuse.
The English Infanticide Act, 1922 set out a connection between mothers who kill their newborns and mental disturbance attributed to giving birth.
We are going to train teachers on how to identify students with depression and mental disturbance tendencies and give counseling to them," he said.
Specifically, many treatment facilities require police custody in the waiting area for individuals transported for a mental disturbance.