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Mental Ailments


Measure Your Mental Health

 

The following quizes are not meant to be standardised measures of your mental health. However, if the questions are answered carefully and honestly, it will provide clues to evaluating your spiritual and mental health. Includes; Measure Your Mental Health, A Spiritual-Mental Health Profile, The Stress Test . . .  Read More >>

Measure Your Mental Health

Diseases of the Mind

 

The word “disease” brings up thoughts of things like cancer, strokes, heart attacks, and diabetes. However, a lurking illness affecting millions of people is depression. You would think that affluent societies should be free of this “disease”—that it should only affect third world countries where extreme poverty would be sufficient reason for serious depression. However, this is not the case. Depression is a major disability in societies that are bursting with materialism.   Read More >>

Diseases of the Mind

Depression and You

 

Like many other chronic illnesses, depression is not caused by one single thing, but is a result of a variety of factors. It is usually diagnosed when the patient has several of a long list of symptoms. Depression has no bias. It affects people of all ages, races, and nationalities and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is considered the most costly of all diseases, largely because it disables people who would otherwise be productive.  Read More >>

Depression and You

Insomnia

 

The term insomnia literally denotes a complete lack of sleep. It is, however, used to indicate a relative inability to sleep that consists of difficulty in falling asleep, difficulty in remaining asleep, early final awakening, or combinations of these complaints. Insomnia is generally characterized by an inability to carry out routine activities effectively as a result of insufficient rest rising out of a disturbed sleep pattern. This disease has assumed alarming proportions in the present times, especially among the upper classes in the urban set-up.  Read More >>

Insomnia

Hyperactivity

 

SYMPTOMS – Cannot sit still, short attention span, impulsive acts before one thinks, runs rather than walks, forgets easily, moody, temper tantrums, irritated and indifferent when disciplined, determined to get his own way. Sleep disturbances, clumsiness, head knocking, bothers other children, speech and hearing disorders, extreme distractibility, absent mindedness, unable to follow a series of instruction. Not all symptoms are found in any one child. The symptoms are not limited to children, but are also found in some adults.  Read More >>

Hyperactivity

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

 

SYMPTOMS – Some of the following: Learning disabilities. Lack of concentration. Easily distracted. Procrastination. Lack of goals. Cannot concentrate. Difficulty in solving problems. Impulsive and sloppy workmanship. Cannot manage time. Cannot remember sequences or events. Mood swings. Forgetfulness. Sleep disturbances. Loses things easily. Absentmindedness.  Read More >>

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

 

SYMPTOMS – Some of the following: A tendency to disturb other children. Impatience. Difficulty waiting. Not able to sit very long. Difficulty in adapting to new things. Easily frustrated. Impulsive, unpredictable, or daring. Self destructive behaviour. Temper tantrums. Clumsy or awquard. Talks too much. Blurts out answers before hearing the entire question. Disruptive in the classroom. Low stress tolerance. Failure in school in spite of normal intelligence.  Read More >>

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Autism

 

There are about 100,000 autistic children in America. They look normal in appearance; but they have weak contact with reality. In addition to the above symptoms, they have learning disabilities and are often mentally disabled. A rare few have astounding abilities in mathematics or music. Nutritional improvement appears to be the best route for natural treatment.  Read More >>

Autism

Manic Depression

 

Extreme pessimism, withdrawal from society, changes in sleep patterns. A sudden loss of interest and failure to complete projects started with enthusiasm. There is chronic irritability, sudden attacks of rage when crossed, and loss of inhibitions. More symptoms are given below. CAUSES – Mania is a mental state characterised by excessive excitement. Depression is a mental state characterised by dejection, lack of hope, and absence of cheerfulness.  Read More >>

Manic Depression

Schizophrenia

 

When using orthodox psychiatric treatment, complete recovery is rare. The orthodox methods use various tranquilizers, all with severe side effects. These include electroconvulsive shock therapy and psychotherapy. Orthodox remedial substances deplete many essential vitamins, are highly toxic, damage brain tissue, and should be avoided. Solutions are more likely when using natural remedies.  Read More >>

Schizophrenia

Masturbation

 

Some facts about masturbation are; - Exceedingly sinful, He makes himself gross and corrupt, Lustful propensities are inherited, Self abuse, if continued its sure result will be utter shipwreck of the body and mind, Will be transformed into a beast, As animal passions are strengthened, moral and intellectual faculties become weak, The spiritual has been overcome by the brutish, Destroys vital energy, all unnecessary vital action will be followed by a corresponding depression.  Read More >>

Masturbation

Demon Possession

 

The person will frequently babble or talk nonsense; he frequently says vulgar words. He will display superhuman strength and endurance, and may go without food or drink for days. He appears frightened, angry, or disturbed, with no interest in his appearance. CAUSES – He has attended a spiritist séance, had a hypnotic encounter, been reading occult (witchcraft) literature, played with a ouija board, attended a church of Satan, or been prayed over by a witch doctor.  Read More >>

Demon Possession

Alzheimer's Disease

 

SYMPTOMS – Disoriented perception of space and time, inability to concentrate or communicate, and memory loss. This produces depression, agitation, withdrawal, insomnia, irritability, memory loss, personality changes, severe mood swings, and senility. An intriguing early warning sign has been discovered at the San Diego Medical Centre: As much as 2 years before mental decline, those with Alzheimer’s begin to lose their sense of smell. The rate at which the ability to distinguish strong odours is an indicator of how rapidly an individual will lose mental functioning . . .  Read More >>

Alzheimer's Disease

Senility

 

SYMPTOMS – Memory loss and inability to reason properly (in older years) interferes with the home and employment. It also causes depression. CAUSES– Also called Dementia, this occurs in old age; yet it is not widespread. Most older people do not have this problem. Many people in advanced age are quite clear in their thought processes. There are actially two types of dementia: Primary dementia comes on gradually, without apparent cause. Secondary dementia comes on suddenly from brain injury, operation, drugs, or diabetic coma; it is usually reversible.  Read More >>

Senility