Symptoms of Mental illness.

Signs and symptoms of the Psychological traumas of mental illness vary and depend on the type of Psychologically traumatizing mental illness. Mental illness trauma affects the emotions, thoughts, and behaviours and creates the state of Abnormal to be Normal. This is because a Core Identity (self) that cannot relate to Psychosocial (public) circumstances in a rational or coherent way.

Some Examples of signs and symptoms that include:

 Feeling sad or down

 Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate

 Excessive fears or worries, or extreme feelings of guilt

 Extreme mood changes of highs and lows

 Withdrawal from friends and activities

 Significant tiredness, low energy or problems sleeping

 Detachment from reality (delusions), paranoia or hallucinations

 Inability to cope with daily problems or stress

 Trouble understanding and relating to situations and to people

 Alcohol or drug abuse

 Major changes in eating habits

 Sex drive changes

 Excessive anger, hostility or violence

 Suicidal thinking

If a best friend or loved one shows signs of the trauma of Psychological mental illness, then it would be a good time to have an open and honest discussion with them about any concerns you have seen. You can offer encouragement and support and offer advice on them seeing a mental health specialist.

Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions. They are conditions and Psychological disorders that affect mood, thinking, and behaviour. Some examples of mental health symptoms include the trauma of Depression, traumatic Anxiety Disorders, the Psychological trauma of Schizophrenia and addictive and compulsive behaviours. Many Core Identity subjects suffer mental stresses at times in their life. However, a Psychosocial abnormal mentality forms when a mental illness concern becomes an ongoing disorder where frequent stresses affect your ability to function in a Psychosocial and personal atmosphere.

A mental illness can make you feel miserable causing problems in your daily routine. Daily problems such as school or work, but also in your relationships that cause you or others concern towards your unstable attitude. In most cases, a treatment with medication and talking therapies are enough to stabilize a Psychological trauma of mental health illness. Talking therapies are known as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychotherapy.

Mental illnesses are thought to be caused by a variety of Psychosocial environmental factors and genetic factors. Inherited genetic factors of mental illness are more common in people whose blood relatives also have Psychological traumas of mental illness. Certain genes are said to cause inherited symptoms and increases your risk of becoming mentally unwell due to your Psychosocial life situations.

The brain Neurochemistry also has functions in mental illness. Also, the body/brain barrier can be affected because you become Psychosocially inhibited in Ignorance and Disassociation. Neurotransmitters interact in the body/brain barrier affecting how you react and behave towards other people. In other words that Core Identity either isolates themselves or suffer a traumatic Psychological manic attack. These are Psychosocial situation that can cause a Core Identity mental health problems:

 A blood relative, such as a parent or sibling, with a mental illness.

 Stressful Psychosocial life situations, such as any financial problems, or a loved one’s death or even a divorce.

 An ongoing (chronic) medical condition, such as diabetes.

 Brain damage as a result of a serious injury, such as a violent blow to the head

 Psychologically Traumatic experiences, such as military combat or being assaulted.

 The use of alcohol or recreational drugs.

 Being abused or neglected as a child.

 Having few friends or few healthy Psychosocial relationships.

 A previous mental illness.

Mental illness is a leading cause of disability. If left untreated mental illness can sometimes cause severe emotional, behavioural and also physical health problems. Some physical complications sometimes linked to mental illness are:

 Unhappiness and decreased enjoyment of life.

 Family conflicts.

 Relationship difficulties.

 Psychosocial isolation.

 Problems with tobacco, alcohol and other types of drugs.

 Missed work or school, or other problems related to work or school.

 Legal and financial problems.

 Poverty and homelessness.

 Self-harm and harm to others, including suicide or homicide.

 Weakened immune system, so as your body has a harder time of resisting infections.

 Heart disease and other physical medical conditions.


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  1. I suffer from a traumatic brain injury and with this mental illness I appear to be fine to most people around the world. I can walk, talk, drive, and appear like any average women. My injury is about 6 and 1/2 years old, but it still effects me from day to day. Dizzies, memory issues, stability, and depression are only a few side-effects from my injury. There is a lot of situations that can bring about mental illness and there are many forms of this illness, as well. Factors ranging from psychological, which are fought almost all of one’s life, while others can be physical, which are brought on by some outside force. It’s scary to take on any form of mental illness.
    I want to say thank you for sharing a good amount of information on the matter. This could help someone find the courage to look for help or reach out to a friend.


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