Living with a person who has histrionic personality disorder is not easy. You need to learn how to cope with the rollercoaster ride of theatrics and drama that are a part of an HPD person’s life. Do you know how?
Other Mood Disorders
There are a variety of mood disorders a person can be affected with over the course of their lifetime from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), to forms of depression such as atypical depression, catatonic and others. Learn more about the many mood disorders, causes, symptoms and treatments.
What is conduct disorder? Read on to learn more about this disorder, including the causes and symptoms of it.
Do you have a child or teen who shows violent tendencies or does not follow any rules? You may not just have a delinquent teen on your hands but something more serious.
Cyclothymia is a mood disorder that is akin to a mild form of bipolar II disorder, but with less severe symptoms. For a variety of reasons, this disorder is often not diagnosed, or might be misdiagnosed as depression.
Extreme depression, excessive movement or slowing down of movement and excessive guilt are the key symptoms of melancholic depression. If you want to learn more about the causes and symptoms of this depressive disorder, read this article.
Learning how to treat dysthymia is the first step in relieving symptoms. Doctors estimate it takes only three to four months to see significant mood and behavior changes – if – the patient seeks medical attention.
The thyroid gland plays a number of important roles in the body. As well as its importance in physical health, this endocrine gland is now known to be important in maintaining mental health, as there is a growing body of evidence that confirms a link between thyroid and mood disorders.
The causes of unipolar depression are complex, often involving a mixture of physical and social factors. There are also a number of biological causal factors in unipolar mood disorders which can play a big part in determining who is more likely to experience them.
Depression affects millions of people across the world. Common symptoms of dysthymia include insomnia, fatigue, and overeating. Dysthymia, a low grade depressive disorder, is characterized by typical mild depression signals.
A mood disorder that affects both emotions and behavior, depression can occur in both men and women. But clinical depression is more likely among women. Find out how certain factors and the presentation of symptoms contribute to this difference.
Many people claim to suffer from seasonal affective disorder, a downturn in mood brought on by the long grey winter months. It’s a poorly understood condition, but a new study claims a genetic mutation in the eye may be to blame.