Mental Health Problems

new doc 2017-11-19 11.56.02_1Mental health problems are disorders that interfere with a person’s personality, mood,  thought patterns, memory, and/or perceptions of reality.  They typically make it difficult for the sick person to function.  Day-to-day life can range from mild anxiety to profoundly painful and overwhelming substance abuse or psychosis.

Below you’ll find a list of psychiatric conditions in alphabetical order.  (Warning: the list is still incomplete.)

A

Acute Stress Disorder

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Adjustment Disorder

Agoraphobia

Alcohol Use Disorder

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Anorexia Nervosa

Anxiety Disorders

Asperger’s Syndrome

Autism Spectrum Disorder

B

Binge Eating Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Bulimia nervosa

Borderline Personality Disorder

C

Cluster A Personality Disorder

Cluster B Personality Disorder

Cluster C Personality Disorder

Chronic pain

D

Depression: baby blues and post-partum depression

Detox from drugs/alcohol

Delusional Disorder

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Depression

Dissociative Disorders

E

Eating disorders: overeating

F

Factitious Disorder

G

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

H

Hypersomnia

I

Impulse Control Disorder

Insomnia

Intellectual Deficit Disorder

M

Major Depressive Disorder

Malingering

Mental Retardation (Intellectual Deficit Disorder)

O

Obsessive Compulsive Disorderwoman carrying heavy rock

P

Panic DisorderWomen with heavy rock

Phobias

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

S

Schizoaffective Disorder

Schizophrenia

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Sleep problems

Sleep too much

Social phobia, or Social Anxiety Disorder

Somatic Disorders

Substance use and addiction

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T

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

W

Withdrawal from Drugs/alcohol


Information provided by Kim Rosenthal, MD – Psychiatry

Disclaimer:

Please remember that the information found here is not meant to be a substitute for real medical care.  It isn’t meant to and doesn’t provide professional diagnosis, services, or medical advice to you or any other individual.  Everyone is unique; the ideas you find here may not apply to your situation. Please make an appointment with a mental health professional for proper diagnosis and treatment of any psychiatric condition.  Keep in mind that no interaction or information on this website establishes a doctor-patient relationship.  Thanks.

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