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UNDERSTANDING MENTAL ILLNESS & DIAGNOSIS FOR PROPER TREATMENT

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Many people are confused by mental illness and many will claim that they simply do not exist, saying that the condition is caused by the person experiencing it. However,everyday there are counselors who are diagnosing people as having mental illness conditions and because of this it makes it difficult to determine whether or not a diagnosis is correct.Also because of this ,there are many controversies surrounding these conditions.Mental health is essential for everyday life. Most people are able to go through life without any glitches in their mental process,but others seem to have constant interruptions. It is these interruptions that show us that there is something going wrong in the brain of these individuals and that there is an existing problem. 

We need to look at different diagnoses and symptoms to understand the interruptions that occur in the brain take bipolar depression as a great example .This is one of the most common disorders diagnosed in today’s society. I’m sure  you probably know somebody with bipolar depression and you just don’t know that they have it. Bipolar is very common ,but many people don’t understand the condition. Bipolar is a chemical imbalance in the brain..This means that the brain is denied its most vital nutrients that it needs to maintain a stable mindset. The problem is that many people who are diagnosed with the condition do not  have their full life experiences taken into consideration. We all experience stress, trauma and drama in our lives but not everybody deals with these stressors in the same manner as somebody else would and nobody should be expected to deal with these stressors in the same manner as someone else would. There is a process that takes place that brings on the condition of bipolar depression. The first thing to consider is that we all have triggers. These triggers  are stressful events that happen in life. Now everybody deals with these differently. Some people will respond negatively and others just ignore them as if nothing is going on.Those who ignore these issues are often not hearing the messages in between. This is what separates the mentally ill mind from the normal mind.The mentally ill mind tends to absorb everything in life that is mentioned.They hear it all and they let all of that process in their brains until it begins to cause confusion.The normal mind tends to only listen to what it wants to listen to and therefore they do not have these conflicting thoughts to cause the mental confusion. To better understand this process it helps to also understand this process, it helps to also understand cognitive mental health disorders and how these are related to the confusion that occurs in the mind if you would like to learn more about this article please go to my online bookstore at the link below the article is from my book He Couldn’t Have Me So He Attacked My Love Ones.

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