Ch. 4 Mental Disorders and Suicide
Health terms associated with Chapter 4 Mental Disorders and Suicide.
an illness that affects the mind and reduces a person's ability to function, to adjust to change, or to get along with others
fear caused by a source you cannot identify or a source that doesn't pose as much threat as you think
when anxiety persists for a long time and interferes with daily living
anxiety that is related to a specific situation or object
an unwanted thought or image that takes control of the mind
an unreasonable need to behave in a certain way to prevent a feared outcome
experience extreme emotions that make it difficult to function well in their daily lives
An emotional state in which a person feels extremely sad and hopeless.
A disorder characterized by severe disturbances in thinking, mood, awareness, and behavior
display rigid patterns of behavior that make it difficult for them to get along with others.
A mental disorder that reveals itself through abnormal behaviors related to food
eating disorder involving a pattern of self-starvation that results in an unhealthy and potentially dangerous low body weight
An eating disorder in which a person has uncontrolled eating binges followed by purging.
binge eating disorder
regularly have an uncontrollable urge to eat large amounts of food
may feel sad and hopeless for months
the use of a sharp object to intentionally cut or scratch one's body deep enough to bleed
A series of suicides that occur within a short period of time in the same peer group or community.
A physician who can diagnose and treat mental disorders
a physician who treats physical disorders of the nervous system
trained to recognize and treat behavior that is not normal
psychiatric social worker
A mental health professional who helps people with mental disorders and their families to accept and adjust to an illness.
Intentional killing of oneself.
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