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The concept of "organ neurosis" is comparable to the terms psychovegetative syndrome visetserovegetonevroz, functional syndrome, neurocirculatory dystonia. There are different versions of "neurosis of":
  • cardioneurosis (kardiofoby, Da Costa's syndrome, psevdostenokardiya)
  • hyperventilation syndrome (hyperventilation tetany, tetany, respiratory Rossier, neurotic dyspnoea) ... Read more »
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Patients with anxiety disorders characterized by such features as:
  • anxiety
  • indecision
  • feeling of inferiority
  • hypersensitivity to external estimates, leading to disturbances in interpersonal relationships, and constraints of contacts.

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Panic attacks - suddenly appearing and quickly, within a few minutes, the growing range of autonomic disorders (autonomic crisis, palpitations, chest tightness, choking sensation, shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness), combined with a sense of impending death, fear of loss of consciousness or loss of control over itself, insane.

At the beginning of the disease duration of panic attacks varies widely, though usually no more than 20-30 minutes.

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Pedantic person, personality-often called "living machines." They are distinguished by a love of cleanliness and order, strict implementation of rules and regulations.

Pedantry is manifested in petty concerns of accuracy and fine detail. Adherence to established canons, conservatism, rigidity in all spheres of life, but especially in matters of ethics and morality.

Anancast tend to follow the general accepted standards. They are well oriented in the pr ... Read more »
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The maximum prevalence of personality disorders found in the age of 19-34 years. The features of the structure are significant clinical polymorphism and variability of symptoms, which are based on fundamental breach of the individual.

Baseline symptom - severe instability in the representation of himself or the self, the volatility of attitudes, goals and plans. In contrast to the impulsive type of mood crises, emerging as a growing confusion and anxiety, oft ... Read more »
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Manic syndrome characterized by elevated mood associative processes, excessive desire for activity.

Patients with characteristic cheerfulness, distractibility, attention variability, superficial judgments and estimates, an optimistic attitude to the present and future. They are in excellent spirits, feeling an unusual vivacity, a surge of strength, they are strangers to fatigue. The desire for activity is detected in patients in different ways: they made a lo ... Read more »
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Anxiety - a passion arises in anticipation of an uncertain risk of adverse developments. Anxiety disorders are among the most common forms of mental pathology, occur in 5% of cases. Clinical manifestations of anxiety are hypochondriacal, and social phobia.

Panic attacks - suddenly appearing and quickly, within a few minutes, the growing range of autonomic disorders (autonomic crisis, palpitations, chest tightness, choking sensation, shortness of breath, sweat ... Read more »
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