1. Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety is a daily part of life. You may feel anxious before a test or in making important decisions. It generally ends as you get out of the situation. But for anxiety disorder person, it doesn’t go away, and with time it gets worst. It may interfere with daily activity.
• Feeling restless
• Having difficulty in concentration
• Having sleeping problems
• Accelerate in heart rate
• Excess sweating
• Trembling and shaking
Depression is a brain disorder. It is more than feeling sad for a few days. It is a severe medical illness. More than 300 million teens and adults are suffering from depression. It can happen at any age, but it is most common in teens. Depression may cause due to genetic, environmental, biological, and psychological factors.
• Feeling empty or sad and hopeless.
• Loss of interests in favorite activities.
• Getting easily tired.
• Having sleeping problems.
• Digestive problems, headaches, and cramps.
• Having suicidal thoughts.
3. Eating Disorder
Eating disorder is a severe mental illness; it is a disturbance in eating behaviors like eating very little or excess eating. This can lead to heart and kidney problems or sometimes leads to death. Eating disorder is more common in teens and women.
• Excess eating or eating very less.
• Feeling ashamed about eating.
• Eating when not feeling hungry.
• Fear of gaining weight.
4. Personality Disorder
A personality disorder is a mental disorder in which people have an unhealthy thinking pattern or behaving. Personality disorder people have problems dealing with daily works and stress. They have questions in relationships with others, and they blame others for their problems.
• Antisocial behavior and compulsive behavior
• Mood swings or sadness
• Distorted self-image
5. Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition causing extreme mood swings. People go from very happy to very sad and then back again. The high emotional feeling is called manic, and deep emotional sense is called depression. This bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition.
• Loss or gain in weight
• Loss of energy
• Unable to concentrate or think
• Sleeping too much or insomnia
• Unusual talkativeness
• Decreased need for sleep
6. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a severe illness. PTSD can happen after seeing or living through some traumatic events. Events such as sexual assault, physical abuse, accident. PTSD makes the person feel afraid and stressed after the event is over.
• Nightmares about the event
• Reliving the traumatic event as flashbacks
• Unwanted distressing memories of the event
7. Psychotic Disorder
The psychotic disorder is several mental disorder which causes perceptions and abnormal thinking. They lose touch with reality. People believe which are not real and hears, sees, or feels something that is not there.