Mental Health Articles Page 76

Trifluoperazine ( Stelazine ) is an anti psychotic drug of high-potency. Used in the treatment of disorganized and psychotic thinking. Trifluoperazine...
Triflupromazine ( Vesprin ) is an anti psychotic drug of intermediate-potency. Triflupromazine ( Vesprin ) is used in the treatment of disorganized an...
By Dr. Cheryl Lane, PhD Catatonic schizophrenia is the rarest type of schizophrenia. The symptoms are especially unusual, involving significant psych...
By Dr. Cheryl Lane, PhD Disorganized schizophrenia is one of five subtypes of schizophrenia. Also known as hebephrenic schizophrenia, this particular...
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Dogs, like humans, have good days and bad days. And like humans, if a dog has enough bad days, it is all too easy to spiral down into full-blown depre...
By Dr. Cheryl Lane, PhD Schizophrenia is one of the most devastating and debilitating forms of mental illness. Classified as a psychotic disorder, i...
Paranoid schizophrenia is one of the most frequently diagnosed subtypes of this challenging disorder. It is characterized by the presence of audito...
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Dealing with depression yourself can be a trying and painful ordeal, but sometimes it's even harder when the person who's suffering is someone you lov...
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The hallmark of seasonal depression is its cyclical nature. Every year, during a certain period, patients can predict a depressed mood and other sympt...
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It’s a wonderful feeling when depression finally lifts and life seems to be getting back to normal. For some though, this is just the calm before the...

 
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