Psychiatric Nursing

Psychiatry is the discipline of medicine concerned with mental, emotional, and behavioral diseases. As a result, the phrase "psychiatric disorder" refers to a wide range of disorders that interfere with a person's thoughts, feelings, behavior, or mood. Psychiatric diseases, often known as "mental illness" and "Mental healthconditions," have a significant impact on a person's ability to succeed at work or school or maintain good social interactions. Important note: psychopathy is not a flaw. It's a medical problem. Psychiatric diseases are curable, albeit the most successful treatments differ from person to person depending on the specific disorder as well as the extent and intensity of the symptoms.

• Anxiety disorders
• Stress disorders
• Major depression
• Mood disorders

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