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However, it has been hypothesized that potential causes may be hormonal changes, genetics, and adjusting to parenthood. The symptoms for postpartum depression include loss of interest, weight loss with decreased appetites, loss of energy, feelings of sadness, low self esteem, and recurrent thoughts of death which can or can not come with thoughts of suicide. Like depression, postpartum depression can be treated with medication or psychological help. Studies conducted by the National Institutes of Mental Health, estimate that approximately fifteen percent of women will experience postpartum depression following childbirth. There are many differential diagnoses that postpartum depression can be mistaken for.
Individual therapy was recommended. The claimant had another assessment performed by Jack Joachim, NP (Psychiatry), dated 07/10/2017. It was noted that she was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder and depression. Medications and individual therapy sessions were
Winkleby, in the article, “Physical, addictive, and psychiatric disorders among homeless veterans and non veterans” suggests that out of a survey taken in three shelters in California, 423 out of 1,431 homeless were veterans. In her article, Winkleby says that that combat and non combat veterans were at a higher chance of excessive alcohol consumption. However, combat veterans were at risk twice as higher of psychiatric hospitalization and physical injuries. Marilyn A. Winkleby states that these disorders could have been delayed before complications became major. This relates to my topic because a lot of veterans are exposed to serious mental issues and aren’t receiving any help from the government instead many are going homeless along with mental
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"Does Grief Vary by Age, as Well as by Culture?" Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services 41.11 (2003): 8-9. ProQuest. Print. Stephen Bailey questions the article, “Does Grief Vary by Age, as well as by Culture?” by asking the authors if it is helpful to distinguish between mourning as a sociological concept and grieving as a psychological concept.
Introduction. Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is defined by the Social Anxiety Institute as “the fear of interaction with other people that brings on self-consciousness, feelings of being negatively judged and evaluated, and, as a result leads to avoidance (…) to feelings of inadequacy, inferiority, embarrassment, humiliation and depression.” (Thomas A. Richards, n.d.) It is one the most common psychiatric disorders that 12% of the population will experience the condition at some point in their lives (Franklin R. Schneier, 2006). However other estimates suggest that the percentage is 20%-41% (Beidel, et al., 1985), as some sufferer’s symptoms may stop them from seeking help. The disorder can lead to depression and substance abuse, what more
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