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Mental Disorders

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Kathryn Larsen

on 5 January 2016

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Mental Disorders
Bipolar Disorder isn't as common but is still just as serious
SIGNS and SYMPTOMS
-quick and large differences of mood and energy levels
-cant do daily tasks
ADHD is one of the most common disorders seen through people of many ages
Some symptoms are
-inattention
not being able to focus
-Hyperactivity
acting crazy all the time
-impulsiveness
no patience
Depression is a very serious disorder that usually starts from a traumatic experience
Some Symptoms include
-feeling gray for a long time
-thoughts of suicide or suicidal
-and insomnia
not being able to sleep
OCD is also seen a lot, through people of many ages
Symptoms include
-repetition of the exact same things
-aren't relieved by their repetition
"Not every disorder is visible"
If somebody has cancer, they’re not embarrassed to have cancer.
They know it’s not their fault, but, if you someone says they’re depressed, they assume that people are going to look at them like they have 3 heads. -Jared Padalecki

Anorexia is a mental disorder that is most commonly seen in girls but is also found in boys
Symptoms included are
-not eating over a long period of time
-binge eating after not eating at all
-obsessive of their weight
Mental illnesses are real illnesses that effect many people
The best way to help is to be kind and try to help them find treatment and/or therapy
By: Nicole Meyer
Larsen A2
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