Mental and Emotional Health

adjustment disorder
depression or anxiety developed in response to a stressful situation

agoraphobia
fear of open spaces

Alzheimers
a form of dementia

anxiety
nervousness

arachnophobia
fear of spiders

claustrophobia
fear of closed spaces

dementia
less of memory and a decrease in other thought processes

depression
mental illness characterized by sadness

manic-depressive
a mental illness characterized by wildly changing moods

obsessive-compulsive
recurrent, unwanted thoughts coupled with rituals seem purposeless

Parkinson’s
a brain disease that causes stiffness, shaking and dementia

passive-aggressive
social interaction based on hidden anger

personality disorder
various kinds of inappropriate interactions with people and situations

phobia
excess fear of something

sociopathic
severely inappropriate behavior, not knowing right from wrong

schizophrenia
a mental illness characterized by disordered thinking, hallucinations, and reduced ability to feel normal emotions

tumor
an abnormal growth in the body, a lump

mental, physical
It is much more difficult to diagnose a ? disorder than a ? one

schizophrenia
individuals with distorted perceptions of reality causing them to feel anxious, frightened, or confused may suffer from:

minds
it is just as important to develop our ? as it is to develop our bodies

sadness, anxiety, disturbance of sleep, and decreased energy
which of the following are common symptoms of depression?

personality disorder
oftentimes criminals are diagnosed with:

true
the concept of overall health includes a person’s emotions, social skills, and mental state as well as his physical well being.

manic depression
individuals going through dramatic mood shifts in short periods of time may be suffering from:

2 percent
Albert Einstein estimated that we only use about ? of our brains

physical well-being, chemical imbalance, physical characteristics of the brain, drugs
which of the following factors can effect mental health?

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