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dance-0f-the-damned:

Psychosis refers to an abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a “loss of contact with reality”. People suffering from psychosis are described as psychotic.
There are 12 recognised forms:
Schizophrenia: A psychiatric disorder characterised by disordered thinking and behaviour, which often includes delusions and hallucinations. Psychotic symptoms are experienced for at least six months, together with significant social or occupational dysfunction.
Schizophreniform disorder: Symptoms are similar to schizophrenia, but persist for between one and six months.
Schizoaffective disorder: Prominent mood symptoms occur with the characteristic symptoms of schizophrenia, but occasionally psychotic symptoms are experienced in the absence of mood symptoms.
Delusional disorder: Involves holding strong, false beliefs (delusions). Hallucinations are usually not present. Apart from the impact of the delusions, psychosocial functioning may not be markedly impaired nor behaviour blatantly strange. However, under some circumstances delusions are sufficiently false to cause problems with day-to-day life.
Substance-induced psychosis: Drug and alcohol use or withdrawal can result in psychotic symptoms. These may disappear once the effects of the substances or withdrawal symptoms wear off. In some cases, psychosis persists after the initial substance-induced psychosis. This is common with stimulant drugs, e.g. methamphetamine.
Dementia: Psychotic symptoms may appear with memory disturbances in conditions that cause physiological deterioration of the brain, such as a head injury, AIDS, post-encephalitis, Alzheimer’s Disease or a brain tumour.
Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression): Psychosis generally appears as part of a more general severe mood disturbance. Psychotic symptoms tend to match your mood. (For example, when depressed, you may hear voices urging you to commit suicide.)
Major Depressive Disorder: Psychosis can be a feature of a severe major depression.
Postpartum psychosis: Psychosis that may develop during the six month period after childbirth. This is usually part of a severe mood disorder.
Delirium: Psychotic symptoms may be part of an acute confusional state that results from another severe medical disorder, such as meningitis, septicaemia or after an epileptic convulsion.
Brief psychotic episode: Psychotic symptoms appear suddenly in response to a recognisable and highly stressful life event, such as being a victim of violent crime. Symptoms may be severe but are short-lived: the psychosis lasts between one day and one month. You may or may not be aware of your bizarre behaviour.
Psychosis due to a general medical condition: Psychotic symptoms may appear as a result of brain tumours, epilepsy, and other chronic medical conditions. The psychotic symptoms can sometimes be the first sign of the underlying medical condition.
Source: Here.

dance-0f-the-damned:

Psychosis refers to an abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a “loss of contact with reality”. People suffering from psychosis are described as psychotic.

There are 12 recognised forms:

  • Schizophrenia: A psychiatric disorder characterised by disordered thinking and behaviour, which often includes delusions and hallucinations. Psychotic symptoms are experienced for at least six months, together with significant social or occupational dysfunction.
  • Schizophreniform disorder: Symptoms are similar to schizophrenia, but persist for between one and six months.
  • Schizoaffective disorder: Prominent mood symptoms occur with the characteristic symptoms of schizophrenia, but occasionally psychotic symptoms are experienced in the absence of mood symptoms.
  • Delusional disorder: Involves holding strong, false beliefs (delusions). Hallucinations are usually not present. Apart from the impact of the delusions, psychosocial functioning may not be markedly impaired nor behaviour blatantly strange. However, under some circumstances delusions are sufficiently false to cause problems with day-to-day life.
  • Substance-induced psychosis: Drug and alcohol use or withdrawal can result in psychotic symptoms. These may disappear once the effects of the substances or withdrawal symptoms wear off. In some cases, psychosis persists after the initial substance-induced psychosis. This is common with stimulant drugs, e.g. methamphetamine.
  • Dementia: Psychotic symptoms may appear with memory disturbances in conditions that cause physiological deterioration of the brain, such as a head injury, AIDS, post-encephalitis, Alzheimer’s Disease or a brain tumour.
  • Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression): Psychosis generally appears as part of a more general severe mood disturbance. Psychotic symptoms tend to match your mood. (For example, when depressed, you may hear voices urging you to commit suicide.)
  • Major Depressive Disorder: Psychosis can be a feature of a severe major depression.
  • Postpartum psychosis: Psychosis that may develop during the six month period after childbirth. This is usually part of a severe mood disorder.
  • Delirium: Psychotic symptoms may be part of an acute confusional state that results from another severe medical disorder, such as meningitis, septicaemia or after an epileptic convulsion.
  • Brief psychotic episode: Psychotic symptoms appear suddenly in response to a recognisable and highly stressful life event, such as being a victim of violent crime. Symptoms may be severe but are short-lived: the psychosis lasts between one day and one month. You may or may not be aware of your bizarre behaviour.
  • Psychosis due to a general medical condition: Psychotic symptoms may appear as a result of brain tumours, epilepsy, and other chronic medical conditions. The psychotic symptoms can sometimes be the first sign of the underlying medical condition.

Source: Here.

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Wednesday June 25th //

404: no lie found

(Source: jackanthonyfernandez, via phonesex18plus)

Wednesday June 25th //

sexynemo:

if you make a bad decision, grow a fucking pair and deal with the consequences

(via exames)

Wednesday June 25th //
  • *accidentally purposely turns conversation sexual*
Wednesday June 25th //

rosaparking:

i was so drunk and harry potter was on tv and i was mastrbating and dobby died and i was crying as i masturbated it was a disaster

(via sammyieann)

Wednesday June 25th //

imagine someone telling you theyve masturbated to you like how flattering would that be

(Source: thecitys, via sammyieann)

Wednesday June 25th //
supergeeked:

yung-maple:

deaupeassmango:

forevermore-me:

movsi:

tilthisweek:

jimmywill:

Forever reblog.

Speak.

True education is more powerful than any gun 

PREACH. THAT. GOSPEL. TRUTH.

THANK YOU!

You can feel the truth from this

That’s the plan

supergeeked:

yung-maple:

deaupeassmango:

forevermore-me:

movsi:

tilthisweek:

jimmywill:

Forever reblog.

Speak.

True education is more powerful than any gun 

PREACH. THAT. GOSPEL. TRUTH.

THANK YOU!

You can feel the truth from this

That’s the plan

(Source: lifeinthemargin, via discolor3d)

Wednesday June 25th //

chiltonomics:

pemsylvania:

i got banned from eharmony because i was using it to form the worlds largest harmonica band

That was a wild ride from beginning to end.

(via undead-marcher)

Wednesday June 25th //
Wednesday June 25th //
I want to wake up at 2am, roll over, see your face, and know that I’m right where I’m supposed to be.
i love you  (via lulu-a)

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Wednesday June 25th //
GET IN THE POKEBALL YOU PIECE OF SHIT
— ancient trainer proverb (via feluriaan)

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Wednesday June 25th //