Mental Disorders And Its Effects

1403 WordsApr 14, 20166 Pages
Prof. Glyer Mental disorders are a resultant of different problems associated with the brain and each problem has various symptoms. These disorders of the brain are normally characterized by different factors that are combined such as emotions, relationships, behavior and abnormal thoughts. There are many reason why mental disorders affect people which include reasons such as family history and genes, life pressures and habits for example drug abuse history, stress, biological reasons, a brain injury that may have been traumatic, in case a mother has been exposed to toxic chemicals or viruses while she was pregnant with a child, even cancer may lead to some probability of having mental disorders. All these factors may lead to a person having or developing mental disorders in life. Some examples of mental disorders include drug abuse disorders, bipolar disorders or depression disorders, schizophrenia, intellectual disorders and disabilities and many others. For some of the mental disorders that people get, there could be remedies such as counseling and medications that may actually help a person to become better (World Health Organization, 2016). Mental disorders such as bipolar disorders and schizophrenia do not just happen without warning signs and seeking medical help with the onset of this developing signs may actually help minimize or prevent the extent of the disorder(World Health Organization, 2016). Some of the developing symptoms of mental disorders include
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