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  • Answer: Some examples of mental illnesses include bipolar disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Skitzophrenia. Each illness has varying degrees and are all due to neurological problems
  • Answer: Personally i do not think it can be cured. I think that mental illness can be managed though if the right medicine and dosage is prescribed I say this because I know these kinds of patients. Without there medicine they are like a totally different person.
  • Answer: Yes, sugar causes mental illness.
  • Answer: Prevalence is about 50/50.
  • Answer: Im not sure but i think i might have a mental illness. as long as im right, a mental illness is when you have things like ADD and you have a lot of trouble concentrating. You might suffer from depression, and have an anxiety disorder. you might also have a multiple personality disorder, or think suicidal thoughts.

    EDIT: ADDITION. I personally believe that the term "mental illness" is just the politically correct term for insanity, etc. But, I do not agree that insanity, etc, is an illness. That is a lie. People just think that Someone is "sick" because they see things Differently-only drastically. So, This is not Their fault, and they should not have to be "cured," as they may know better than the rest of us. Who knows? perhaps their world is the real one, and we are the fools, letting reality evade us, slipping through our fingers...
  • Answer: Depending on the illness it could be brain surgery a phycologist or just mental will power.
  • Answer: Hippocrates viewed mental illness to be caused by the humors. Mania was understood to be caused by an excess of hot yellow bile, melancholy (or depression) was understood to be caused by an excess of sticky thick black bile, and schizophrenia was understood to be caused by an excess of cold mucous. Unlike earlier tribal or agrarian societies, Hippocrates believed that mental illness had physiological causes. People with mental illness were understood by Hippocrates to be suffering from an illness, rather than having exhibiting symptoms because they were being punished for something they had done or would do.
  • Answer: Hallucinations can be present in psychotic disorders (schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder, etc. ), bipolar disorder, major depression with psychotic features, delirium, or dementia.

  • Answer: Yes, to the extent that excessive use has been shown to cause brain damage in varioius ways affecting behaviour, expecially memory, concentration, vigilance and other cognitive attributes. If one defines mental illness as abnormal behavioral changes induced by chemical insult to the brain, it can cause mental illness.
  • Answer: what is demon0logy in the bible?

  • Answer: psychiatrist i think!

Is there a cure for mental illness?

  • no

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