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Omar Faruk
13 jul 2022
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You don't look like you're mentally ill" ─ individual differences are large, and it is not easy to reduce to a typical appearance On a long-distance bus ride, wenxiong chatted with a neighbor he just met, and talked about the recently popular album "The distance between us and evil", and discussed the topic of mental illness. Wen xiong mentioned the realistic side and the shortcomings of the play. The other party praised him for his in-depth understanding of mental illness. Wen xiong later told the other party that he was actually a mental patient. He is currently rehabilitating in a community rehabilitation center. "You don't look mentally ill," he said in surprise. Although wenxiong was happy, he felt sad at the same time. The happy thing is that he finally gives the impression of a "Normal person"; the sad thing is that there is still a stereotype of the so-called "Mentally ill person" in the society. What does "Mental illness look ghost mannequin effect service like"? Like "Ying sicong" in "The distance between us and evil", the brain is full of auditory hallucinations, a person is locked in a room, has a unique attachment, or is affected by side effects after taking medicine, slurred speech, unable to sit still, slow response... Wait, or something else? Medical personnel who serve mental health care know that mental illness has various stages, various forms, and different types. Individual differences are very large, and it is difficult to simplify it into a typical appearance. However, most of the patients who will be hospitalized are "Psychotic" patients, not " psychotic " patients. "Psychotic" patients are mainly schizophrenic, and there are also a small number of bipolar patients who will enter the mental state during the onset period. State. Most of the patients with schizophrenia do not know that they are ill, and they have changes in sensory perception. Sometimes they have hallucinations. Patients often cannot distinguish between hallucinations and reality. Among them, auditory hallucinations are the most common, followed by visual hallucinations; in thinking, people often believe in things that have no factual basis, such as thinking that some people are going to poison him. This kind of belief does not come from logical deduction, but rather an intuition some patients began to have confusion in their behavior, such as day and night reversal, strange behavior; interpersonal patterns also began to change, becoming more withdrawn and unable to communicate effectively with others; emotional fluctuations also deviate from normal. The above description is only a rough description of the development of mental illness, but it is not the overall appearance of mental patients.
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