Disorder Overview - Treatment, Cause, Symptoms, Medication - Depersonalization
disorder is characterized by an unpleasant state of disturbed perception
in which external objects or parts of the body are experienced as
changed in their quality, unreal, remote, or automatized. 3/5
Disorder - Is a mental disorder that distorts a person's sense
of reality. It affects a person in a way that can be hard to articulate,
but the afflicted individual feels there is something is wrong with
their body. It creates a sense of being "outside" the body.
Patients often describe their experiences as if they were in a dream.
The person feels as if life is in the third person; observing from
afar while still exerting some form of control. This feeling of limited
control can hamper motor skills and bring about speech impairment.
From Brain Physics. 3/5
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and Treating Depersonalisation Disorder - Depersonalisation disorder
involves an unpleasant, chronic and disabling alteration in the experience
of self and environment. In addition to these classic features of
depersonalisation and derealisation, symptoms may also encompass alterations
in bodily sensation and a loss of emotional reactivity. An Article
by Nick Medford, Mauricio Sierra, Dawn Baker and Anthony S. David.
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