Mental disorders is not just crazy and allegedly experienced by 1 in 4 adults, so do not be surprised if a lot of adult psychiatric illness (psychosis). There will be 7 types of disease that will enter a new category of mental disorders.
Anxiety and amnesia will be incorporated into the handbook of psychology Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5. To review the new version of the book to be published in May 2013, there are also seven other conditions to be considered for DSM-5.
Here are seven conditions that are being considered in the category of new mental disorders, as reported by Myhealthnewsdaily, namely:
1. Hypersexual disorders
Hypersexual disorder involves recurrent and intense sexual fantasies, sexual urges and sexual behavior lasting at least six months. This makes experts consider putting it in the DSM.
2. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)
Many women are familiar with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) that occurred several days before menstruation and is characterized by symptoms of mood swings, breast pain, increased appetite, fatigue, irritability and depression.
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a more serious condition than PMS.PMDD can bring irritability characterized by anger, depression, feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, tension and feeling neglected.
3. Disorders ‘feast’ eating (binge)
Experts define binge eating (binge) as eating food with larger portions than most people would eat in a certain period of time under the same conditions. Furthermore, people with the condition feel they have no control when eating. This not only happened once, but compulsive (repetitive).
4. Stress disorder in preschool children
Children under 6 years of age who are facing death, threatened death, serious injury or sexual abuse are real, the condition can experience post-traumatic stress disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD in children can occur due to your own experience or witnessing the incident happening to someone else like her parents.
Symptoms include sad memories, recurring nightmares and dissociative reactions in which children feel or act like a traumatic event will be repeated again.
5. Learning disorders
Learning disorders usually impairs the ability of children to learn oral, reading, written language or mathematics. This disorder affects people who have at least average ability to think or reason. Therefore, learning disorders distinct from intellectual disabilities, such as mental retardation.
6. Symptoms reversal (withdrawal) of marijuana
There are several disorders in the DSM that currently involves the use or misuse of cannabis, but the withdrawal symptoms (withdrawal) is not one of them. While the symptoms of withdrawal from other substances, such as alcohol and cocaine, are included in the DSM.
7. Hoarding disorder
Hoarding disorder is identified as a disorder that occurs in people who have a strong urge to collect the goods with a large number of outside needs fair, usually to the extent that the available room in the house is threatened.
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