Sleep Disorder & Medicine

Sleeping disorder is a condition that effects the ability to sleep well, that is caused by a health problem or by too much of stress, hectic schedules, and other outside influences. The common symptoms include daytime fatigue, irritability or anxiety, difficulty falling or staying asleep and lack of concentration. The different types of sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea, parasomnias, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy. There are different types of medication treatments used such as sleeping pills, breathing device or surgery and melatonin supplements.  

Mental Health

Mental Health is the psychological state of person's capability or mental condition, who is functioning at an acceptable level of emotional and behavioral alteration. It includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. There are more than 200 different types of mental illness conditions. Mental health is critical at each phase of life, starting from childhood, youth, pre-adulthood and through adulthood. 

Psychiatry

Psychiatry is the area of medicine which includes the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental and behavioral disorders and it is not in adults, Psychaitry plays a mojor role in child and also in adult. These disorders of mental illness are diagnosed by psychiatry professionals that disturbs your thinking, moods or behavior, pain, death, or loss of freedom. The symptoms include confused thinking, reduced ability to concentrate, extreme tiredness or sleeping problems and suicidal thinking

Psychology

Psychology is the scientific study of mental state, process, behavior in humans and also to find the relationships between brain function and behavior. This study includes behavioral neuroscience, clinical psychology, intellectual and developmental, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, neuropsychology, forensic psychology, quantitative psychology, disabilities, social psychology and  Psychopharmacology is the study of drugs or medicines used for the treatment in psychology.

Addiction Psychiatry

Addiction psychiatry is a mental condition that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of people who are suffering or addicted to one or more disorders. The addictive behaviors of substances include legal and illegal drugs, alcohol and nicotine, the other addictions include phone, internet, gambling, food and other impulse control disorders. 

Geriatric Psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry is also known as psychogeriatrics dealing with the study of mental disorders related to old age people. Geriatric Psychiatry includes the disorders or diseases indicative of some degree of brain failure such as behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD), late-onset depression, Alzheimer dementia and complex presentations of delirium. There are different treatments related to these diseases. 

Human Resilience

Human Resilience is known as positive psychology that has the ability to cope-up with challenges knocked down by some people and return as strong as before. The different ways to increase resilience is having a positive view of yourself and supportive relationships with your family and friends. The five main skills are self-awareness, mindfulness, self-care, positive relationships and purpose. The 7 C’s model of Resilience are competence, contribution, confidence, connection, coping, character, and control. 

Psychotherapy & Treatment

In general, mental illness causes are inherited traits, environmental exposures before birth and brain chemistry. The mental disorders include mood disorders or bipolar disorder, eating disorders, substance abuse disorders and trauma-related disorders. Psychotherapy is the type of mental therapy that help us with some certain problems, from stress and low self-esteem to addiction and family disagreements.
Types of approaches in psychotherapy:
  * Behavioral therapy
  * Cognitive therapy
  * Interpersonal therapy
  * Psychodynamic therapy
  * Family therapy
  * Group therapy

Stress & Anxiety

Stress and Anxiety is the type of mental disorder that affects brain or physical body. The main causes include having an illness or injury, death of a family member or friend, starting a new school or job and getting married. The symptoms include headache, fast heartbeat, change in appetite, sweating, lack of sleeping, restlessness, difficulty concentrating and irrational anger. Managing day to day stress and anxiety includes meditating, recognizing the factors that trigger your stress, practicing deep breathing, keeping a diary of your feelings, limiting caffeine and alcohol consumption, getting enough sleep, eating a balanced, healthy diet, talking to a friend, getting regular exercise and scheduling time for hobbies. 

Depression

Depression is a most common and serious medical illness that can negatively affect the way of thinking and behavior of an individual that leads to a variety of emotional and physical problems. The most common symptoms include loss of energy or increased fatigue, feeling sad or having a depressed mood, loss of interest in activities once enjoyed, trouble sleeping or sleeping too much, appetite or weight changes. 
Types of Depression: 

  * Dysthymia

  * Atypical Depression

  * 
Psychotic Depression
  * Postpartum Depression
  * Situational Depression 

Yoga & Medication

Yoga is the most popular, sensationalized alternative therapies and best medication for the mental illness. Yoga practice may help in calming effect, increasing awareness and attention span, acceptance and adaptability, a sense of security. It also helps to overcome various serious disorders like:
 * Anxiety Disorders: slow down neuron firing & balance
brain chemistry
 * Depressive Disorders: cultivating positive thinking to help change brain structure
 * Stress- Related Disorders: help to regulate stress & improve quality of sleep  

Psychiatric- Mental Health Nursing

Mental health nursing is the designated position of a nurse that focuses on psychological state, and cares for patients of all ages experiencing mental diseases. When dealing with a new patient, nurses begin by interviewing and assessing them regarding their history, symptoms, different ailments, and daily habits. A psychiatric nurse will work with people who have
  * Disorders, like panic attacks and
phobias
  * Mood disorders, including bipolar disorder and depression

  * Issues with substance abuse, such as drugs and alcohol

  * 
Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia 

Child Abuse

Child abuse is not simply physical violence directed at a child. It is a type of mistreatment by an adult, that is violent or threatening for the kid. When abuse happens within the home and the abuser is, the child’s parent or care-giver, this is a form of domestic violence. But sometimes kids are typically abused by alternative adults on whom they are dependent, like baby's nursery employees, academic staff and sports coaches. 

Drug Abuse & Addiction

Drug abuse is a type of serious mental addiction, when you use legal or illegal substances the way in which you should not use. We might take more than the regular dose of pills or use somebody else’s prescription. The symptoms of these medication are to feel sensible, ease stress, or avoid reality.
Addiction is the state of mind when you cannot stop the
usage of drugs. This may lead our health at a serious risk. This is caused by monetary, emotional, and alternative issues by the people surrounding us. This may cause the urge to receive and use drugs each minute of the day, even though if we would like to quit. 

Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness is mainly done to improve quality of life for the people those who are suffering with mental illness. This plays a major role in the management of mental health disorders, overcome psychological aspects of medical illness, early intervention and brain-stimulation treatments.