Mental Illness Rehab in Macbeth by William Shakespeare

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All common symptoms of a mental disorder, luckily they all have cures. There’s millions of mental disorders, some more common than others, all still take a huge place within mental illness, which doesn’t make them any less important than any other illness. The topic is mental illness, sit down and explain the problem, causes of said mental illness, effects of said mental illnesses, and the solutions to nail it down. The problem that’s clear and at hand is insomnia, hallucinations, and depression. In one way or another, these mental illnesses can be linked together. Depression is a normal chemical imbalance in your brain. When feelings get intense; such as helpless, hopeless, and feeling worthless, it adds to depression. Depression may very well be clinical depression, in which medicines would be needed. Signs of depression consist of; feelings of worthlessness, guilt, impaired concentration, fatigue, and in worse cases, thoughts of death or suicides. You may not even know you have it. Depression is almost like the common cold. “A hallucination is a perception of something that’s not really there.”(Staff). A hallucination can be through smell, sight, hearing, taste, and touch. There are also several types of hallucinations, auditory hallucinations, visual, gustatory, and tactile hallucinations. “Some hallucinations may not even be a mental illness” (Staff). Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is characterized by…

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