DISORDERS - DISORDERS TABLEOFCONTENTS MOODDISORDER .Maniaand

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 11/17/09   DISORDERS
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 11/17/09         TABLE OF CONTENTS
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 11/17/09           MOOD DISORDER Bipolar is when a person has alternating  moods of unrealistically high spirits followed  by moderate depression. Mania and  depression can both be present. The combination of an imbalance in the brain  or grief that may be unresolved can be the  causes. The treatment for this disorder is a medication 
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 11/17/09           ANXIETY DISORDER When a person does not know why he or she  feels afraid or anxiety is inappropriate under  the circumstances Panic Disorder is an example of this disorder.  It is an overwhelming experience that is  sudden without any reasonable cause. The cause of this order may be inherited or  caused by the person feeling not in control of  her or his life.
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 11/17/09   SOMATOFORM DISORDERS A person with this disorder believes they are 
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course BEHAVIORAL beh/225 taught by Professor White during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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