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Chapter 17 Lecture 4 - Lecture 30- class and lecture notes

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Lecture 30
oMood disorders
oMood disorders involve discrete periods of time (episodes) during which
the person is in a depressed (negative) or a manic (positive) mood
oMoods can change
oCan swing up and down to extremes
oDespair might be so extreme- the only way out is suicide
Come into epiodes
oTop 10 Mood disorders are leading causes of disability worldwide:
Major depression (mental)
Iron- deficiency anemia
Falls
Alcohol use (mental)
Pulmonary disease
Bipolar mood disorder (mental)
Congenital anomalies
Osteoarthritis
Schizophrenia (mental)
Obsessive –compulsive disorders (mental)
oMight think that health is the biggest issue when it comes to disability
oDepression
oDepression is a clinical syndrome that involves a combination of
emotional, cognitive and behavioral symptoms relating to
overwhelming despair
oDepression inventories: physical, cognitive, behavioral
oExtreme cases of depression are known as major depression, clinical
depression or unipolar depression
Physical symptoms
Fatigue
otired
Difficulty sleeping
oSleeping all the time to get away from reality
Change in appetite
oNot eating
oLose weight
oPattern disruption
oOver eat
Cognitive symptoms
Guilt
oNegative thoughts
oNot a good parent
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Lecture 30 o Mood disorders o Mood disorders involve discrete periods of time (episodes) during which the person is in a depressed (negative) or a manic (positive) mood o Moods can change o Can swing up and down to extremes o Despair might be so extreme- the only way out is suicide Come into epiodes o Top 10 Mood disorders are leading causes of disability worldwide: Major depression (mental) Iron- deficiency anemia Falls Alcohol use (mental) Pulmonary disease Bipolar mood disorder (mental) Congenital anomalies Osteoarthritis Schizophrenia (mental) Obsessive compulsive disorders (mental) o Might think that health is the biggest issue when it comes to disability o Depression o Depression is a clinical syndrome that involves a combination of emotional, cognitive and behavioral symptoms relating to overwhelming despair o Depression inventories: physical, cognitive, behavioral o Extreme cases of depression are known as major depression, clinical depression or unipolar depression Physical symptoms Fatigue o tired Difficulty sleeping o Sleeping all the time to get away from reality Change in appetite o Not eating o Lose weight o Pattern disruption o Over eat Cognitive symptoms Guilt o Negative thoughts o Not a good parent www.notesolution.com
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