Common symptoms of mental illness: lack of motivation

The type of brain disorder I particularly focus is not a disorder itself but a symptom. And the one I focus is motivation. Motivation could be defined just as the willingness for you to do something. We see that this lack of motivation appears in people with depression, in people with schizophrenia, in people with attention deficit disorders for example. […]

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10 Leading Causes of Mental Illness & Stress in Men

hi guys ok today we are doing the ten leading causes of mental illness and stress in men so let’s get started here first is believe it or not fox news yes fox news and the election and everything going on is the leading cause of mental illness and stress in men that’s because they yell at the TV and […]

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The Mind Deconstructed Podcast – Mental Illness and Pregnancy

[George] The Mind Deconstructed: Mental Health and Wellness with Dr. Kaz and George. [Dr. Kaz] The statements of Dr. Kaz and George are not a substitute for medical care, and our opinions are our own. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please seek assistance from a professional in your area. [George] You can contact us via twitter @MindDeconstruct. […]

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Discrimination and Stigma Against Patients with Depression and Bipolar Disorder

I’m delighted to be back it’s a wonderful occasion and thank you Sally and Ray, and Karen, for making this such a great learning experience for so many people. I was asked, I usually talk about an artist or writer, and I was asked because it’s the 25th year. To talk about an issue that is actually very, I wouldn’t […]

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Interview: Catatonic Schizophrenic

– How are you feeling? … Well. – How long have you been here? … Three months. May 17th. – And what brought you here? … That’s difficult to answer. – Could you give me some idea? … Off hand, I can’t. – Whose idea was it that you come here? … My psychiatrist. – And what happened that ended […]

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Thought Disorders: Different Types & Diagnoses – Psychiatry | Lecturio

Now, let’s talk a little bit more about the thought disorders. There are different types of thought disorders. We think about disordered thought content. This looks like disruption in a patient’s beliefs, ideas, and interpretations of their surroundings. Disordered thought process is a manner in which the patient links ideas and words together. Let’s consider a couple of the common […]

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Mental illness from an evolutionary medicine point of view

When George Williams, a really well-known evolutionary biologist, and I decided that we were going to try to figure out how evolution could be useful to medicine, we made a mistake. All the time we talked for the first few months we asked each other, “So why did natural selection shape breast cancer? Why did natural seleciton shape atherosclerosis?” And […]

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Jeffrey Newport, MD, MS, MDiv — Director, Ohio State’s Women’s Behavioral Health

My name is Jeff Newport. I’m a professor of psychiatry and the vice-chair of research for the Department of Psychiatry as well as the director of the OSU Women’s Mental Health Program. My general area of specialty is women’s mental health, but the particular area of interest is in helping women manage mental illness as safely as possible throughout childbearing, […]

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Is Being Transgender / Transsexual a Mental Disorder

Hi everyone! This video is going to be about if being transgender is a mental disorder and how it may be perceived as a one. As well as how being transgender can impact one’s mental health and contribute to mental disorders. In addition to my own experience of how my transition impacted my emotions and mental health. The whole process […]

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Can Cannabis Help Mental Illness? – De-Natured

On Nature League, we spend the third week of each month exploring a current trending article from the peer-reviewed literature. Scientific information isn’t just for scientists- it’s for everyone! It just requires a bit of a break down. [CHEERY INTRO MUSIC] For this month’s De-Natured segment, we’re going to look at an article released in August 2018 in the Journal […]

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