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Mental disorders are somewhat common occurrences that need to be treated. People who have
disorders sometimes realize they have a problem and sometimes they don't. The goal, regardless,
to get the appropriate help and solve their problem. Here's a list of different types of mental
disorders and how to spot them.
Amok: This is the feeling you get if you feel kind of ho-hum about yourself
then feel the need to instantly lash out against someone. The behavior that happens can be so
that the individual is violent and possibly homicidal
Nervous Attack: These are attacks you have that result in an uncontrollable
response such as shouting, crying, and possibly seizures. Nervous attacks are generally
another stressful event.
Brain Fag: This is a mental disorder that people get from studying too
mainly affects high school or college students who are studying too hard and end up having
difficulty concentrating or remembering
Ghost Sickness: This is a condition in which someone is constantly thinking
talking about death and people who have died
Koro: This mental disorder brings about an instantaneous stress that a
reproductive organs will recess into their bodies and possibly cause death. This is prominent in
Malaysian countries, and typically originates from a person's guilt over having sex with
and over not living up to people's expectations of purity
Locura: This mental disorder causes someone to feel very vulnerable to
day-to-day situations. They don't feel as if they can control themselves. They feel very much as
someone else makes all their decisions. People with locura have reported hallucinations and
sometimes violent behavior
Evil Eye: This condition is found normally in children. Children with this
disorder throw fits in their sleep. They experience an uncontrollable crying, vomiting or
Epilepsy: Epilepsy is a disease of the brain. It is characterized by a loss
consciousness and muscular spasms. The ancients called it the "sacred disease," fancying that
an epileptic fit was taken possession of by a familiar spirit. In case of an attack there is
to be done, save to loosen the patient's clothing and see that he comes to no harm from falling.
subject to epilepsy is likely to suffer a loss of memory and to become despondent.