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Disorders in this category include those where the symptoms suggest a medical condition but where no medical condition can be found by a physician.
Disorders in this category include the failure or extreme difficulty in controlling impulses despite the negative consequences.
Primary Sleep disorders are divided into two subcategories: Dyssomnias are those disorders relating to the amount, quality, and timing of sleep.
Eating disorders are characterized by disturbances in eating behavior. This can mean eating too much, not eating enough, or other symptoms.
A medical cause must be ruled out prior to making any sexual dysfunction diagnosis and the symptoms must be hindering the person’s everyday functioning.
The main symptoms in dissociative disorders include; a disruption in consciousness, memory, identity, or perception.
The major symptom of these disorders is psychosis, or delusions and hallucinations. Delusions are false beliefs that significantly hinder a person’s ability to function.
A person with a cognitive disorder does not process information correctly within the brain. This results in impaired awareness and judgment, loss of memory, and more.
Personality Disorders contain symptoms that are enduring and play a major role in most, if not all, aspects of the person’s life.
Anxiety Disorders categorize a large number of disorders where the primary feature is abnormal or inappropriate anxiety.
When an adjustment causes significant problems for an abnormal length of time, it may be considered an Adjustment Disorder.
To be diagnosed with a mood disorder, your feelings must be to the extreme, inappropriate, exaggerated, or a limited range of feelings.
Addiction is a physical or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, such as a drug or alcohol.