Surroundings are bluur coulorless 2 d see disstorions

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Surroundings are bluur, coulorless, 2-D See disstorions with perception and time Everything seems like a distant past, and they’re not present in the situation
For both: Repeated feeling of feeling detached from their body Able to see the difference between reality and fantasy for both Tunnel vision (mind being empty) Some symptoms feels a panic disorder (where they panic and can’t think) They’re reoccurant Both rare and usually around adolescence Elevated Cortisol levels Gnereally there’s no memory impairments or identiy confusion They are aware of who they are, it’s just how they’re experiencing the world is very different ( MORE ABOUT BOTH: ) … Causes significant distress or impairment Emotion, perception Caused by severe traumatic events; potential cognitive deficits (STm, Attention, Spatial Reasoning– Have problem seeing 3-D, and see them as 2-D (but not a really a factor to use to diagnose )); Hypothalamic-Pituitary Adrenocortical (HPA) Dysregulation Rare; onset usually in adolescence *video * - Depersonalization/ derealisation ** Treatments: Psychological treatments similar to those for panic disorder Relaxation (of mind and body) Stressers usually worsen the symptoms Stay way from caffeines of anything that amps up the nercous sysmptoms Should Address stresses associated with onset of disorder Exercise can help Sleep Training (having a good sleep schedule) Tends to be lifelong (males = females) Some meds can be prescribed (ex: anti-depressants) Dissociative Amnesia (one of severally disorders that mentally separates a person from an aspect of their life) There’s two forms 1. generalized 2. localized Generalized: Inability to remember anything, including identity Localized: Inability to remember a specific event (usually traumatic) A.k.a selective amnesia Usually adult onset (but rarely after 50) ** vid. Of dissociative amnesia ** Treatment: Therapy typically unnecessary Maybe lifelong or temporary Usually self-correcting Therapy focuses on retrieving lost information (CBT, DBT – a lot of mindfulness
techniques) Dissociative Fugue Subtype of dissociative amnesia Reactions to a current intolerable event (not past) As opposed to dissociative amnesia, the fugue is more of the current Ex: a girl had this experience and was found in the middle of no where and her mother had died and husband left her; therefore she is no longer with herself cognitively because she shut down Loss of memory of past and personal identity ALSO travel suddenly /disappearance Usually return intact Localized amnesia for the trip Wont end up remembering how they go to where they are Treatment Clinical setting Relaxation CBT and DBT Pretty much same therapy with dissociative amnesia But usually doesn’t need therapy just or usually doesn’t occur as often because of someone’s disspaearance

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