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March, 2013

Typical Bipolar affective disorder

Recognition of a typical Bipolar affective disorder is fairly straightforward . The patient, who may have no previous history of mood disorder, presents with a signifi cant change in mood, activity and thought, which, although it might have been triggered by an identifiable life event, is clearly excessive and disproportionate. Changes may occur abruptly or […]

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How to treatment of schizophrenia

How to treatment of schizophrenia?There are a lots of methods of treatment of schizophrenia. There are many patients a doctor can be selected under the guidance and advice more appropriate treatment options to modulating their condition. Antipsychotic medication Most people diagnosed with schizophrenia receive some form of medication, although dosages may be reduced or even […]

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How to improve thinking ability, memory enhancement effect

How positive thinking to improve the efficiency of memory? We believe that the main should pay attention to the following three points: 1 to think Things are complicated, knowledge is not the time to think can be done. During the Yan’an period, the Xinhua News Agency reporters Comrade Mao Zedong wrote an inscription, he is […]

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Different Treatments for Depression

About treatments for depression, there were Different Treatments for Depression.Over 90 per cent of people with depression are treated in primary health care with only a small number requiring a psychiatric admission. Therefore, practice nurses, primary care-based psychiatric nurses and community psychiatric nurses (CPNs) are the most likely nurse contact for depressed people. There are […]

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Physiological Theories of Sleep Sleep is due to changes in the cerebral cirilation. A lack of blood in the brain causes what is known as cerebral anæmia. This cerebral anaemia may be due to a dilatation of the blood-vessels of the skin, which causes a fall of blood pressure in the brain. Sleep naturally results, […]

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Typical antipsychotics mechanism of action

Typical antipsychotics Mechanism of action  Extensive research was undertaken into the mechanisms of action of typical antipsychotics. This has led to the development of a range of theories regarding the pathology of psychosis. Over time, it became clear that it was the ability to act as a dopamine antagonist that produced the clinically desirable effect, […]

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Atypical antipsychotics mechanism of action

Atypical antipsychotics The term ‘atypical’ is applied to the second generation of antipsychotics owing to their reduced propensity to cause EPSEs. The fi rst of this group was clozapine, which was fi rst synthesised in 1958. After initial launch in the 1970s it was withdrawn because of the recognition of previously unidentifi ed and potentially […]

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Dopaminergic side effects

Dopaminergic side effects While dopamine D2 blockade in the meso-limbic pathway produces the desired symptom relief, three other pathways, the meso-cortical, nigro-striatal and tuberoinfundibular, all use D2 receptors and are also blockaded. This leads to a series of side effects dependent on the function of each pathway. Meso-cortical blockade has been implicated in the exacerbation […]

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Somatizing in children and adolescents

Most professionals accept the need to take a holistic approach bringing together the physical and psychological dimensions in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. Complaints of somatic symptoms are common in children presenting with psychological problems. This chapter deals more specifically with conditions in which the main complaints are of somatic symptoms and […]

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Eating disorders in children and adolescents

Eating disorders are conditions in which there is excessive preoccupation and concern with control of body weight and shape, with grossly restricted food intake. The term ‘eating disorder’ in children and adolescents covers a range of early onset conditions where one or all of the psychological, social and physical areas of functioning is involved. The […]

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