mental disorder

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Physicians for Human Rights, an international civil rights organization based in New York, affirmed that prolonged solitary confinement is known to lead to mental debilitation for prisoners.
Because menopause comes at a time when many other negative factors converge in a woman's life, the change is often misidentified as the cause of physical and mental debilitation rather than as a coincidental occurrence.
[62] During these three years, the majority of cure patients were mothers who suffered from some form of physical or mental debilitation caused by the war and reconstruction.