Affective Disorders

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Affective Disorders
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2011-09-03 15:18:22
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  1. How to know when an affective is getting to much
    when it affects

    • work
    • ADL's
    • School
    • Saftey
  2. list affective disorders
    • Bipolar
    • Depression
  3. Affective disorder is
    when your affect is altered and how you exspress your mood

    • affect is
    • how you show your feelings
    • mood is
    • how you feel inside
  4. Major depression
    • unipolar
    • not able to take care of self disorder of mood where person has one or more episodes without mania or hypomania
  5. Bipolar is
    one or more manic episodes withor without major depresionmania is a diskise for depresion
  6. Phazes of Bipolar
    • Mixed
    • Manic
    • Depressed
  7. Types of Bipolar
    • Bipolar 1
    • Bipolar 2
  8. Depression facts
    • women more likley
    • women over thirty higher risk
    • considered comon cold of phys
  9. criteria for major depresion
    • tiered
    • sleep pattern change
    • anadonia
    • depression
    • 5% weight change in a month
    • worthlessness or guilt
    • difficulty with disition making
  10. signs of mania
    • presured speach
    • distractibility
    • sleepnesses
    • grandios moods
    • increased energy
    • poor judgment
    • risk taking
  11. delusions
    false and fixed belief
  12. illusions
    real stimuli misinterpited
  13. hallucinations
    sensory imperetions without exsternal stilmuli
  14. outcome for depressed client
    • saftey .....think suicide
    • return to work
    • socilization
    • independance
    • compliance with meds
    • and signs and symptoms
  15. outcomes for a manic client
    • saftey
    • make sure they understand what is socialy appropiate
    • eval of personal properties

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