Psychiatric / Psychological disorders

The connection of psychiatry / Psychology and epilepsy stays one of the points that have been consistently drawing in consideration in therapeutic works since the season of Hippocrates. Mind stress and uneasiness are usually connected with epilepsy and can happen as pre-ictal, ictal, post-ictal or between ictal indications. A portion of the psychotropic medicines is known to be epileptogenic. Consequently, choice of psychotropic drugs ought to be found on their conceivable impacts on seizures and those known to be epileptogenic ought to be kept away from. The most common psychiatric comorbidities found among patients with epilepsy are depression, neuroses (nonpsychotic anxiety disorders) and psychoses. Psychiatry in epilepsy can be defined, in view of their relationship to seizures, into the accompanying classes: pre-ictal side effects (happen before seizure/prodromal states and inclination aggravation), between ictal mental issue happening between seizures, ictal mental manifestations happening amid the seizure occasions, and post-ictal mental indications following seizures. Once in a while, an adjustment in mental state can be the main indication of non-convulsive status epilepticus, for example, that of complex incomplete or nonappearance sorts of injuries in nerve roots.

  • Underlying brain lesion
  • Injury to a part of the brain that controls mood
  • Areas in the brain that control emotions and behavior become uncontrollable
  • Dementia
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Process Addictions Medication Assisted Therapy
  • Drugs and the Brain
  • Mental illness
  • Kleptomania
  • Pyromania

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