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May, 2014

Conversion Disorder Psychology

When to suspect a psychological cause of conversion disorder There are many clues to the possibility of a psychological cause for the symptom: • if the person is less than 40 years of age, brain disease is unlikely; • if there are no other signs of serious physical illness (for example, people with a stroke […]

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Can conversion disorder happen like an epidemic?

Even though mental illnesses are not infectious, conversion disorder can sometimes occur in many people who are living close together. The typical example is in schoolchildren, often girls. If one girl develops a conversion symptom, some of the other girls may also develop the same symptom, and this gives the appearance of an epidemic. One […]

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conversion disorder symptoms generally appear

conversion disorder symptoms face tingling. This section is about losing a physical function of the body, such as the ability to speak, or move a part of the body, or losing a mental function, such as memory or consciousness. The first cause to consider is a brain disease, particularly an injury to the brain or […]

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Things to remember when dealing with sexual problems

Things to remember when dealing with sexual problems • Sexual problems are often the result of an unhappy relationship; they can cause further problems in the relationship. As far as possible, work with the couple. • Some sexual problems are related to serious physical disease, such as diabetes. Abnormal sexual behaviour is often caused by […]

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Sex and the mentally handicapped

Sex and the mentally handicapped We often assume that mentally handicapped people are ‘sexless’. Just because some people are mentally handicapped, it does not mean that they do not have sexual feelings and desires. Unfortunately, because of the mental handicap, they are less likely to meet a person who wants to have sex with them. […]

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Same-sex relationships and mental health

 Homosexuality means sex between men and men, or women and women (lesbian relationship). There are strong views about this sort of sexual behaviour. In some places this is seen as a mental problem or even a criminal act. It is very important that, as a health worker, you treat same-sex relationships as another example of […]

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Masturbation: a healthy way of giving oneself sexual pleasure

Masturbation: a healthy way of giving oneself sexual pleasure Everyone has a sexual life of their own. For example, people may have sexual fantasies or may stimulate their own sexual organs (masturbation). Some people believe that this is wrong. Some people who masturbate feel scared of being ‘caught’ or feel guilty that they are doing […]

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What to do sexual problem

What to do sexual problem Do some simple tests such as urine sugar and culture to exclude diabetes or infections. For impotence: • explain that this is a common problem and that it is usually short-lived; • advise against cigarette smoking and drinking alcohol before having sex; • discuss possible reasons why the man may […]

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sex and relationships in recovery

sex and relationships in recovery. Sex can be a way of expressing affection and love. Sex is the way through which a couple can have children and start a family. Sex can be a way of experiencing physical and mental pleasure. If one person has a sexual problem, the relationship with the partner is also […]

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How to deal with sexual problem

How to deal with sexual problem Questions to ask the person with a sexual problem • What is the problem? When did the problem start? What have you done about it so far? Frank questions about the problem will help the person feel more comfortable in discussing this sensitive subject with you. It is also […]

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