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    Mental health and mental disorders are related in that which they both deal with the mind, they either have productive or detrimental effects on the individual. Mental health is basically when an individual is performing and being productive with in society. The individual has the ability to cope with specific issues and address those issues without cause. Mental disorders are any condition that is diagnosable through the DSM-5, and causes mood and behavioral changes. Mental disorders can have

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    The prevalence of mental disorder has increased over recent decades and gained greater public concerns (Polanczyk, Salum, Sugaya, Caye& Rohde, 2015). Due to no biological marker available to indicate the presence of mental disorder, words such as disease mongering, over diagnosis, over treatment are associated with the current epidemic of mental disorders (Cosgrove& Wheeler, 2013). Some people doubted the current diagnosis of mental disorder and pointed out the existence of over diagnosis (James

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    The DSM-5 defines a mental disorder to be “a syndrome characterized by clinically significant disturbance” in an individual’s cognition, behavior, and emotionality (American Psychiatric Association, 20). This form of diagnosis, as stated by Cuthbert and Insel, makes the clear statement that clinical diagnostics rely upon presenting symptoms and do not acknowledge fully the roles of biological and behavioral systems in mental disorders. This diagnostic dependency on presenting symptoms leads definitions

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    violence and mental disorders in a negative manner that desensitize it to the public’s viewpoint. Many individuals view mental disorder in a negative way, because of what is presented in the media. Many people have false reviews, because of the movies, news, and television shows that give false details about mental disorders. The media displays people with mental disorders in a manner that seems as though they are crazy, dangerous, and even incompetent. However, many individuals with the disorder do not

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    Schizophrenia- Mental Disorder

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    of his sophomore year when Ron Oelberg, my uncle, had the mental breakdown that forever changed his life. On an early, extremely cold winter morning in northern Iowa, Ron walked out of the farm house in only his underwear, through the large cornfield, and down to the Yellow River that was frozen over with a thin layer of ice. Luckily, his parents caught him in time before he had fallen through the thin ice. Ron was soon rushed to a mental institution where he was observed by psychiatrists that later

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    Mental Disorders Paper

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    unacceptable mental disorder. Although there are many mental disorders for this paper the focus is on these 3 insufficiencies: Tourette, narcolepsy, autism, and how those affected by these disorders fit into society. I. During early periods, behavioral disorders created havoc among the family and the medical arena in regards to how to treat the disease

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    somewhat reliable evidence has been gathered on mental illnesses and their prevalence. Before around the 1980’s though, the evidence that was gathered on mental illnesses was too inconsistent to be credible. In a survey conducted by the World Health Organization’s department of World Mental Health, data was gathered on the prevalence of mental health disorders in 14 countries around the world. The results of these surveys conclude that mental health disorders are more prevalent than any other chronic illness

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    Chaos Mental Disorder

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    CHAOS AND MENTAL DISORDER In 1992 Freeman has suggested the use of complexity for the study of schizophrenia and mood instability in bipolar disorders. (Freeman, 1992). According to Freeman, chaos underlies the brain's ability to respond flexibly to the outside world and to generate a rich variety of patterns, including those that are experienced as new ideas. Chaos thus expresses the unpredictable underlying order of attractors and allows the complex behavior observed in the brain. The dynamics

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    Common Mental Disorders

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    suffer from mental disorders, and mental disorders is therefore one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Studies have been contributing to the growing number of mental disorders for long. Although medical scientists attribute the causes to the physiological factors, social scientists often time argue that the socioeconomic development of a country, social classes, gender, and other social factors have impacts on mental disorders. A broad term for the mental health, the common mental disorders

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    • Mental Disorder related to Following: • Emotions • Intelligence • Social behavior • Speech • (Danielyan & Nasrallah 2009) • (Tartakovsky 2013) 1) Neurotic 2) Psychotic • Extreme mood swings Hallucinations • Delusions • Personality disorder • Extreme stress • Always worried • (Tartakovsky 2013) • (Pseudopsyentist 2007) • Own Schizophrenia category • Impacts most factors from different categories • (Barnett, 2007, p. 51) • (Symptoms, 2014) • Positive & negative symptoms

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