Psychiatry

Neurosis

Cyclotimic personality, epitome personality Asthenic neurosis Hysteria Neuro-like conditions Neurosis (from the Latin neuron - nerve) is a psychogenic disease that arises from external or internal conflicts, as well as the effects of psychotraumatic circumstances. Neurosis is one of the most common diseases in the world. The development of this disease is facilitated by a trauma, however, the most important thing is a certain personality structure. Variety of neurosis symptoms The main symptoms of a neurosis are general ailments, fatigue, weakness, irritability, heart rhythm disturbances, unpleasant sensations in different parts of the body. Complaints of patients with neurosis...

Schizoid neurosis

What is schizoid neurosis? Neurosis is a fairly long-term mental and behavioral disorder, in which the contact with reality remains, but the circumstances of the patient perceive as abnormal. The schizoid neurosis (from the Greek schizo - split and oides - similar, similar) characterizes the state in which a person closes in himself, ceases to communicate with others. In the case of various forms of neurosis (depressive, hysterical, phobic), the symptoms of the disease are usually quite clear (mental and physical symptoms are noticeable and clearly expressed). With schizoid neurosis, all these symptoms are insignificant or practically absent. On the first place there are symptoms of...

Sexual perversion

What is sexual perversion? Sexual perversion - painful violations of the orientation of the sexual desire or ways to meet it. Previously, all sexual deviations were considered painful disorders. Currently, only a part of the deviations are pathological in nature. Perversions include: exhibitionism, sadism, masochism, voyeurism and frotterism. Types of sexual perversion Exhibitionism is the achievement of sexual satisfaction by demonstrating sexual organs to people of the opposite sex. Sadism - sexual satisfaction is achieved when causing a partner physical pain or suffering. Masochism is a perversion where it is necessary to experience physical pain or moral humiliation in...

Psycho-vegetative Syndrome

Psycho-vegetative syndrome is a painful condition characterized by heart problems (a feeling of squeezing, rapid heartbeat), headaches, heaviness in the stomach, a violation of urination, increased sensitivity to cold, sweating, nausea, dizziness, irregularities in the menstrual cycle. In addition, depression, various phobias, inner anxiety, anxiety, irritability, insomnia and apathy are often noted. All these symptoms are characterized by patients as pronounced. However, after a thorough medical examination, it turns out that the internal organs (heart, stomach, intestine and bladder) of patients are absolutely healthy. Symptoms of psychovegetative syndrome Heart ailments. Heaviness...

Psychosomatic diseases

What is psychosomatics? In the medical literature, psychosomatics is defined as the direction of medical research that studies the influence of mental factors on the occurrence and course of physical (somatic) diseases. Organic lesions and functional disorders are evaluated taking into account the mental, mental state of a person, his social environment, life situation and personality characteristics of the patient. In traditional medicine, psychosomatics is an independent direction. Symptoms of psychosomatic illnesses Diarrhea. Gastritis Sensitive stomach. Stomach ulcer. Difficulty breathing. High blood pressure. Headache. Pain in joints and limbs. Structure of...