mental disorder

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The report said that almost one in three cigarettes smoked in Britain now is smoked by someone who is suffering from a mental disorder.
Lastly, bi-directional models suggested that the mere presence of a mental disorder or substance use increases the vulnerability of the adolescent developing the other disorder (Hawkins).
Readers of Understanding Mental Disorders will find clear, concise descriptions for non-experts, specific symptoms plus risk factors and warning signs, related disorders, ways to cope, tips to promote mental health, personal stories, key points about the disorders and treatment options, a special chapter dedicated to treatment essentials and ways to get help, helpful resources including a glossary, list of medications, support groups and more.
Summary: A new, landmark mental health program will train a quarter of doctors and nurses at primary health care centers around Lebanon in treating mental disorders by September next year, the national director of mental health said.
Washington, Feb 14 ( ANI ): A new study has found falling stock prices lead to increased hospitalisations for mental disorders.
Taking up the challenge of bringing about a closer understanding of mental health and the importance of recognising signs and symptoms of common mental disorders in time and seek medical help, a band of professionals have offered to provide this education to commemorate World Mental Health Day on October 10.
The rate of mental disorders in women was higher than in men (60.
Number of Respondents Identifying the Risk Factor Risk Factor (%) History of prior mental disorder 11 (52) Lack of social support/social isolation 5 (24) Life stress (e.
According to a recent psychiatric study, people who do such things aren't responsible for their actions; they're suffering from a mental disorder called Intermittent Explosive Disorder.
While mental disorder was defined as a "mental, emotional, behavioral, or stress-related disorder," the policy was silent as to whether the insurer should look to causes or symptoms when determining whether the mental illness limitation applied.
A Danish study showed that a total of 1,171 mothers and 658 fathers were admitted to a psychiatric hospital because of a mental disorder during the first year after their children were born.
Young people with a mental disorder are twice as likely to be part of a "discordant families" than those with no disorder.
Need is the strongest predictor of use, when a mental disorder is present.
How many children suffer from a mental disorder severe enough to cause impairment?
He pointed out that "homosexuality was recognized as a mental disease until a few years ago" and that smoking, previously considered a habit, had recently been classified as a mental disorder.