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Delusional Disorder – Causes and Symptoms by Dr Smita Pandey Bhat – Psychologist Delhi

11th August 2010
Communicating with someone who has delusions A delusion is a fixed false belief that can't be swayed by reasoning. Paranoid, grandiose, and religious delusions are most common. A paranoid delusion is very frightening: The person thinks someone is ou... Read >
Author: Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

Schizophrenia Causes Symptoms and Treatment by Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

11th August 2010
Schizophrenia is a brain disease that disables a person from everyday functioning. Understanding what schizophrenia is and the different characteristics behind it will often allow someone to help someone who is suffering from schizophrenia. Because this i... Read >
Author: Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

Useful tips for psychiatric nurses to improve their communication skills

09th June 2010
One of the most essential tools that will be of use to a psychiatric nurse in handling a patient with mental disorders such as schizophrenia, dementia, depression etc., is therapeutic communication. Without effective communication and cooperation of the... Read >
Author: starfish

Continuing Education For Pharmacy Technicians

28th April 2010
Continuing education for pharmacy technicians is probably more crucial than almost every other profession. Because advances in the pharmaceutical field are constantly changing, there are things that used to be true that are no longer relevant and new info... Read >
Author: David Shedd

Psychotic Depression: Everything You Need To Know

08th December 2009
Depression does not only let you feel sorry for yourself, but also it can make you see, hear things, and think illogically. They are not losing their minds, but rather they are what you call people with psychotic depression. Approximately over 20 % of peo... Read >
Author: Dan Micheals

Yoga Can Help With Parkinson's Disease

11th August 2009
First described as ``shaking palsy'' the disease that now bears his name, medical science has thus far been unable to unravel the cause or causes of most Parkinson's cases or to devise a cure. Nonetheless, dramatic progress has been made in treating the d... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Hypoxyphilia Treatment

12th June 2009
Most of us like to think of ourselves as normal. We like to believe that our attitudes, desires and behaviors are not that different from anyone else's. However, when it comes to sexual arousal fantasies and often actual sexual behaviors, your neighbor ma... Read >
Author: clickfor

The Difference Between Bipolar And Schizophrenia

09th April 2009
For years, psychiatrists and medical professionals have said that bipolar disorder and schizophrenia are two very distinct mental illnesses. This idea came from a world-renowned German psychiatrist named Emil Kraepelin. Eric Kraepelin has said that bipola... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Dealing With the After Effects of TBI

22nd January 2008
There are many side effects after a tragic and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Loss of sight and memory, inability to function properly, imperfect balance, etc., are all possible after effects of TBI. Scientists are also uncovering that schizophrenia is mor... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

History of Birth Control Pill

23rd October 2006
A major achievement in the history of medical science was the introduction of Birth control pills. It was a bon for the women who faced problems during abortions. The women could effectively control child bearing by taking a pill. The Pill is the common n... Read >
Author: Amanda Johnson

Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease.

05th January 2006
Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease. Approximately 1 percent of the population develops schizophrenia during their lifetime more than 2 million Americans suffer from the illness in a given year. Although schizophrenia affects... Read >
Author: Arthur Buchanan
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