Psychiatric Syndromes

Psychotic depression is a major depressive that accompanied by psychotic symptoms plus sadness and hopelessness it is associated with depression. That means seeing, hearing, smelling or believing things that are not real, it is a symptom of serious disorder, where they’re both thoughts and physical movements slow down. The people who are going through psychotic depression they harm themselves or others. Psychotic are cause by taking alcohol and drugs. Including stimulates such as cocaine. These symptoms can be controlled by antipsychotics. They may also experience in changes in eating, sleeping etc.

 

  • Amnesia
  • Stendhal Syndrome
  • Megalomania
  • Agoraphobia
  • Anorexia nervous
  • Unpredictable chronic mild test

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