Life is not perfect, simply because people are not perfect. We are not robots, without the emotions that the network per day and plan based on the most viable road goals to achieve them.
We are human, full of emotions. Emotions and emotions are moods that occur because they impress us, can be happy and happy, or painful and sad. The truth is that they draw the decisions we make every day, which gives a wide margin of error that can be translated into various psychological disorders.
Psychological disorder is a group of psychological symptoms that affect the behavior and behavior of people.
They can cause constant emotional distress and delay the development of a normal life.
Although there are about 260 diagnosed psychological disorders, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), today we will talk about 6 of them, these can appear at any time of life.
1. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
This disorder usually occurs in people who have experienced a very traumatic period in their lives.
- Abductions / rape / torture.
- Loss of a loved one.
- What a serious accident
- Live a natural disaster
This disorder can occur at any age, depending on the moment of circumstances experienced.
Persistent episodes of fear and paranoia, nightmares during sleep, little interest in wanting to perform daily activities and feelings of loneliness or negativity are the main symptoms.
2. OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder)
The causes of this type of disorder are usually related to these factors:
- Emotional abuse
It also usually happens as a result of the death of a loved one or living in situations of constant stress or abandonment. In some cases, it is also usually genetic.
The presence of persistent obsessions or impulsive actions is its main symptom.
3. TAG (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
It is characterized by a constant sense of anxiety that affects the entire body.
This is expressed:
- Excessive sweating
- lack of focus
- Knocking on the body.
It seems because of constant concern about a particular problem or situation.
It can also develop when immersed in a state of constant stress, constantly immersed in social networks and read negative news every day.
Phobias are disorders characterized by a sample of impulsive responses or anxieties for certain or common stimuli, such as:
- Water Phobia
- Cats or insects.
- Take the subway.
- To the fire.
Many phobias are usually caused by negative experiences, panic attacks, impaired behaviors or by changes in brain activity due to illness.
5. Anxiety disorder with agoraphobia
This type of disorder can occur in any adult, although it occurs with a higher incidence of women than 25 years of age.
It is characterized by fear of being in open or closed space, causing a person not to want to leave their home.
In addition, periods of distress and physical symptoms persist, such as dizziness, fainting, chills, sweating, among other things. The reasons for this are still unknown.
6. Sleep disorders
The psychological sleep disorders may be caused by excessive exhaustion caused by stress, lack of control over the sleep hours produced by rotating shifts. It can also occur due to sudden illness.
Among the most prominent:
- Restless Leg Syndrome.
- Persistent nightmares.
- Sleep Apnea
These disorders make the person able to perform their daily activities normally.