Diets for body weight control and health: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Trends in carbohydrate, fat, and protein intakes and association with energy intake in normal-weight, overweight, and obese individuals: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. A low-fat vegan diet and a conventional diabetes diet in the treatment of type 2 diabetes: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 89 5: Nutritional Strategies in Type 2 Diabetes. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 76 3 , Weight and metabolic outcomes after 2…… [Read More].
DSM IV-T Grade course Alcohol intake, getting high, cocaine addiction and withdrawal symptoms are some of the terms widely heard by everyone in their day-to-day lives. Although they may sound interesting, habitual or a source of entertainment, they can transform into serious illnesses.
Due to this fact, substance-related disorders are listed in the DSM IV-T which includes the disorders associated with drug intake, related to the side effects of a medicine and also to the exposure of toxins.
The symptoms of substance related disorders commonly occur due to high dosage of medication. However, it may lower down as soon as the dosage reduces or is put to an end.
The examples of some of these medicines include anesthetics, anticonvulsants, muscle relaxants, anti-depressants, and more Durand, M. As mentioned earlier, apart from medications, there are a number of other chemical substances which might also be the factor in causing the…… [Read More].
Biopsychosocial Assessment on Child. A Biopsychosocial Assessment In the Yakin-directed film Fresh, a year-old boy -- "Fresh" -- struggles to balance school and a tumultuous home life with the drug-running activities that allow him to make and save money. Though Fresh is intelligent, ambitious, and highly motivated to rise above his current station in life, as an African-American living in the crime-driven projects, his perceived opportunities for advancement are limited.
As a result, Fresh makes money in the only way he knows how; as an inner-city drug mule for the number one suppliers of heroin -- "smack" -- and cocaine, referred to as "base. Giving Thanks Broke it. And gave it to his Disciples, saying, 'This is my Body, which is given to you. Historically, at the Last Supper, Christ used bread and wine as a supreme metaphor for the rest of our lives.
Jesus was in turmoil. He was aware of what was about to befall him -- namely, suffering and death. This was the last major lesson he would teach before his arrest following Judas' betrayal. Eschatologically speaking, the above set the stage for the Christian ministry of the apostles, evangelists and priests. Indeed, every Christian is called to give of him or herself for the Glory of God and the Glory of Mankind. The message at the Last Supper was powerful.
People have put themselves through…… [Read More]. Mutism Parents not with great joy as their children meet important developmental milestones. Inexplicably, sometimes children who have talked for several years suddenly stop talking.
Typically the child becomes selectively silent, talking animatedly with family and known friends but becoming mute at school or with strangers.
When the problem is severe and exists over a period of time, the child may be diagnosed with selective mutism. In one example, a child who was almost five years old started preschool, and after two weeks, refused to speak either to the teacher or his classmates. He also cried at arrival and would ask his parents to take him home. At home he spoke, but only to his mother, but clearly and in complete sentences.
He communicated only…… [Read More]. Cognitive Unconscious by John F Kihlstrom Cognitive Unconscious, by John F. Kihlstrom addresses the idea that many processes and mental structures that affect what happens in a person's conscious mind are actually processed in the unconscious mind. That would mean that a lot of the things people do, they are doing based on information they may be processing without realizing it Kihlstrom, In other words, people take in information about the world around them all the time, but much of it is unconscious information they do not realize they are collecting.
Even though they have not realized the collection of this information, they use the information to help them make decisions and to determine how they feel about things Kihlstrom, There has been a great deal of past research that does indicate mental functions can be altered by information that was provided subliminally or even under hypnosis, as opposed to information the person…… [Read More].
Theories of Behavior Applied. Behaviorist and Cognitive Theory Psychology took a center stage and significant change in the early 20th Century when the behaviorism school of thought became dominant. This was a major change from other theoretical perspectives that existed before hence rejecting emphasis on unconscious and conscious mind.
Behaviorism strove to see that psychology becomes a more scientific discipline in that focus will be mainly on observable behavior. This approach to psychology whereby the elements of philosophy, methodology and theory are combined. The primary tenet of behaviorism as it was expressed by JohnB. F Skinner in writing is that the primary concern in psychology should be the behaviors that can be observed both in humans and animals and not the unobserved events which take place within the minds of individuals.
This school of thought maintains that behaviors can easily be described scientifically without recourse either to any psychological events that occur internally or…… [Read More].
Influence and Presence Professional. Professional Presence and Influence Professional Presence Discuss the differences between two models of health and healing e. Analyze differences between one of the models discussed in part A1 and your professional presence i.
Discuss how your professional presence mindful or distracted influences your nursing practice. Personality Preferences Submit your results from the Keirsey Temperament personality test. Analyze your test results, including areas that may or may not align with how you view yourself. Evaluate how the preferences identified by the test align with your relationships, favorite activities, and career choices. Discuss two potential challenges or barriers e. Mindfulness Practice 14 1. Develop a mindfulness practice plan…… [Read More].
Benefits and Costs of Gamification in Mental Health. Gamification in Mental Healthcare There is no doubt that we have had decades of research geared at developing new and more effective treatments for mental conditions ranging from autism to anxiety, from schizophrenia to depression and so on. What is rather worrying, however, is that we have very little to show for it.
Mental disorders such as these continue to impact on the quality of life of a significant proportion of the population, costing the taxpayer millions of dollars every year. Currently, approximately 90 million Americans, which translates to approximately one-third of the population, suffers from some form of anxiety disorder, yet a majority of these fail to seek out treatment for the same owing to the stigma, burden and cost associated with such evidence-based treatments.
Mental health professionals are, thus, focusing their attention towards the development of low-burden, effective interventions for mental illness. Gamification, the introduction of game-like elements…… [Read More].
K has a twenty-year history of mental health conditions. She first decided to contact mental health services because of the episodes of paranoia and severe depression she had experienced. During her initial contact with the mental health services she was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder in When she was first referred to the mental health services department she was a single.
She told of having only two close relationships in her past life. She however also said that she found these relationships challenging when it came to intimate contact. She also generally described that she found it somewhat difficult to form friendships or to trust people in her life.
Despite the mental health conditions her general physical well-being was good. K was prescribed…… [Read More]. Beck and Cognitive Therapy. The theorist who responsible for developing cognitive therapy is Aaron T.
Beck has been the recipient of countless awards and honors in recognition of his contributions to the field of psychotherapy and he continues to research and write despite his advanced age. This paper provides a biographical description of Dr. Beck, followed by an analysis of an application of his cognitive therapy to depression. Finally, a summary of the research and important findings concerning Dr.
Beck and cognitive therapy are presented in the paper's conclusion. Beck and Cognitive Therapy Introduction One of the early pioneers of research into psychoanalytic theories of depression is Aaron Temkin…… [Read More]. Childhood Developmental Disorders and Their Treatment. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and the Difficulties Associated ith the Assessment and Treatment of Psychological Childhood Disorders By any measure, childhood is a challenging period in human development where young people are forced to actively participate in the educational process while developing human relationship skills that they will need for the rest of their lives.
Against this backdrop, it is not surprising that many young people experience behavioral difficulties that detract from their ability to attain their full academic and social potential including one of the most commonly diagnosed conditions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. To gain some new insights into this condition, this paper reviews the relevant literature concerning attention deficit hyperactivity disorder followed by a discussion concerning the difficulties that are associated with assessing and treating psychological childhood disorders.
Finally, a summary of the research and important findings concerning these issues are presented in the conclusion. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity…… [Read More]. Analyzing the Summary Chapters. Stress is delineated as demand that is made on a being for adaptation, coping, or adjusting.
There is stress that is healthy and is referred to as eustress. Prolonged stress impacts moods, ruins capacity to have pleasure and is also harmful to the body. Some of the aspects that generate a great deal of stress include everyday hassles, changes in life and also health problems. According to a survey undertaken by the American Psychological Association, the two biggest sources of stress are money and work and this causes people to become irritable, angry and fatigued.
There are four kinds of conflict. Approach-approach conflict is the least stressful, having two objectives that can be attained whereas avoidance-avoidance conflict has more stress as one is enthused to evade two adverse objectives. Approach-avoidance encompasses objectives that generate mixed intentions and lastly multiple approach-avoidance conflict include numerous alternative actions that have upsides and downsides. Archives of Gen Psychiatry Annual Review of Psychology.
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Some people with agoraphobia become so fearful that they remain housebound, leaving their homes only with great distress or when accompanied by a trusted friend or family member. Two-thirds of those with agoraphobia are women, and most develop the disorder as a result of suffering from one or more spontaneous panic attacks. Thus the prognosis for panic disorders often includes the development of agoraphobia.
These sudden attacks of fear and physical discomfort seem to occur without warning, making it impossible for a person to predict what situation will trigger such a reaction. This unpredictability causes individuals to fear entering any situation in which such an attack might occur, as it seems that another attack may occur at any time. A person with social phobia fears being humiliated while doing something in public, and she or he will avoid any situation in which such activity may be required.
The most common manifestation of social phobia involves public speaking, but the feared activity may be something as ordinary as signing a check, eating in a restaurant, or talking to a customer service representative on the telephone. An affected person with the generalized form of social phobia fears, and therefore avoids, interpersonal interaction in general. This is disabling, as it makes going to work or school, or indeed socializing, all but impossible. Social phobias are common in both men and women, and generally develop after puberty and peak after the age of thirty.
For a more extensive list, see the table below. Those that persist into adulthood rarely go away on their own, however, and can be quite disabling without treatment. Unlike many other psychological disorders, phobias are very easy to treat, and most people who seek treatment completely overcome their fears for life.
The most popular treatment involves systematic desensitization, a type of behavior therapy. This treatment is based on the idea that phobias are created by a process of respondent conditioning and can be eliminated by creating a new response to the stimulus that elicits the fear. The idea is simple: This usually involves a series of training sessions on progressive relaxation, in which the patient learns to relax his or her entire body on demand.
Phobia from cancer is common more in females at 25% while in males its only 11%. It is not the same as phobia from diseases, this is only phobia from cancer and all its types (e.g. heart cancer, lung cancer, .
Phobias essays People have had some fears since the beginning of the godliterature.tk have found different and unnatural things godliterature.tkly,these fears affect people starting from their childhood, because people cant see the difference between unreal things and real things wh.
Throughout the essay there will be three different treatments with three different phobias in ways to cure a phobia; the first is a trauma-focused treatment approach for travel phobia, assessment and treatment for childhood phobias, and hypnosis in faci. Apr 27, · A phobia is an anxiety disorder in which a person will experience a strong, irrational fear of a situation, object, or activity. Adults with fears usually realize they .
Phobias In "Phobia," Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia , A phobia is an intense and persistent fear of a specific object, situation, or an activity. /5(5). A phobia is an excessive or unreasonable fear of an object, place or situation. Simple phobias are fears of specific things such as insects, infections, flying. Agoraphobia is a fear of being in places where one feels “trapped” or unable to get help, such as in crowds, on a bus, or standing in a queue.