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Anti depression

Anti depression

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30th June

Ritika Bhadoriya

(Psychologist/researcher)

The dietary guidelines recommended 12 key food groups (serving sizes listed):

  • Whole grains (5-8 servings per day)
  • Vegetables (6 servings per day)
  • Fruit (3 servings per day)
  • Legumes (3-4 servings per week)
  • Low-fat, unsweetened dairy (2-3 servings per day)
  • Raw and unsalted nuts (1 servings per day)
  • Fish (at least 2 servings per week)
  • Lean read meats (3-4 per week)
  • Chicken (2-3 per week)
  • Eggs (up to 6 per week)
  • Olive Oil (3 tbl per day)

Participants in the diet were told to avoid or reduce these:

  • Sweet refined cereals
  • Fried food
  • Fast-food
  • Processed Meats
  • Sugary drinks, soda (no more than 3 per week)
  • Alcohol/wine

The exact mechanism for how a healthier diet can improve mood continues to be the focus of current research. One hypothesis is that foods high in sugar and saturated fats are linked to higher levels of chronic inflammation.

This study focused on people who did not eat healthily to begin with, so changes in mood may not be as significant for those who already eat fairly healthily. Regardless, making healthy nutritional changes can be a useful tool to improve your mood as well as your physical health.

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Abnormal Psychology

Paranoid Disorder

By

Ritika Bhadoriya

June 21 ,2018

“The following account illustrates the kind og plausible delusion of prosecution often seen our next category, the relatively rare disorder known as Paranoid (abstract from Swanson et al., 1970, pp. 226-227).”

The word personality describes deeply ingrained patterns of behavior and the manner in which individuals perceive, relate to, and think about themselves and their world. Personality traits are conspicuous features of personality and are not necessarily pathological, although certain styles of personality traits may cause interpersonal problems. Personality disorders are enduring patterns of inner experience and behavior that deviate markedly from the expectations of an individual’s culture. They must be rigid, inflexible, and maladaptive and of sufficient severity to cause significant impairment in functioning or internal distress.
Paranoid personality disorder is an unwarranted tendency to interpret the actions of other people as deliberately threatening or demeaning. The disorder, surfacing by early adulthood, is manifested by an omnipresent sense of distrust and unjustified suspicion that yields persistent misinterpretation of others’ intentions as being malicious. People with a paranoid personality disorder are usually unable to acknowledge their own negative feelings toward others but do not generally lose touch with reality. They will not confide in people, even if they prove trustworthy, for fear of being exploited or betrayed. They will often misinterpret harmless comments and behavior from others and may build up and harbor unfounded resentment for an unreasonable length of time.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/conditionshttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/conditions/paranoid-personality-disorder/paranoid-personality-disorder”

‘a 37 – year – old officer in the Nevy, had worked effectively for 13 years in radar electronics before he was apprehended by the police. He had been stopped someone noticed a gun -in his purse. In addition to carrying a purse, he was wearing a dress and was convincingly disguised as a woman. When the police discovered that he was actually a man, they identified him and contracted his commended officer, who had Arthur hospitalized for evaluation. Interviewed by mental-health professionals, Arthur gave a calm, coherent, and logical explanation for his behavior. He reported that his troubles began years before when he got involved in some criminal activity and double-crossed a partner. The partner then called on some of his underworld friends, who began to harass Arthur and his family. Arthur’s wife confirmed some of the details of his story. Even after Arthur arranged distant duty assignments, the harassment continued. Finally, in desperation, Arthur and his wife arranged for him to “disappear ” by masquerading as a woman. The story was unusual but believable. Arthur seemed quite normal on the ward, and two prominent psychiatrists called in as consultants concluded that Arthur needed a lawyer, not a psychiatric care. But Arthur’s lawyer was trouble by nagging doubts about his client’s story, and he arranged to have details checked. A 4-month investigation failed to support the details. Arthur’s wife, when interviewed at length, revealed that her support for his story was based on what he had told her, not on her own independent experience – except for two incidents that seemed like possible harassment but had perhaps been coincidence. She also reported that Arthur had grown increasingly preoccupied and isolated in recent years, an observation also made by Arthur’s commanding officers. Confronted with the findings of the investigation, Arthur remained outwardly calm but then, gradually, began to describe new evidence of harassment by the underworld figures during his stay in the hospital. ”

The above account illustrates that the delusions
involved in paranoia are often so logical and
believable that intelligent people, sometimes
even mental health experts, are tempted to “buy” them. Instead of, or in addition to,
persecutory delusions, people with paranioa may also show delusional jealousy.
Except https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/conditions/paranoid-personality-disorder
for their elaborate delusion system, paranoid people typically show no thinking disorder. They apper normal(although a bit sensitive or suspicious) until something happens to activate their delusions. In general, their delusional systems are well worked out and they do not have hallucinations. Such intact thinking and ” logical ” delusions contrast sharply with the disorderd thinking and hallucinations seen in case of Paranoid Schizophrenia.

Reference :- Introduction to Psychology, Tata McGraw-Hill Edition.

Page no. 644 Abnormal Psychology

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