There are a variety of medications that can help with the treatment of this disease they are called antidepressants. Some include serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSPIs)... ... middle of paper ... ...ffects, supporting sessions over time to prevent recurrences after successful medication treatment. All psychotherapy tends to be more effective when used in conjunction with antidepressant medications. Major depression typically is treated with antidepressant medication and psychotherapy. Antidepressants alone just stabilize your mood and psychological treatments just provide opportunities for a person to learn more about how to be successful.
The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy worksheets are a technique used by many professionals as a component to their practices and therapy sessions. When experiencing unfavorable emotions, patients are encouraged to write them down, as well as the thoughts that support them. Doing so, they could discover an alternative idea that may replace this negative factor to a more positive one. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy worksheets used in the class consisted of 7 steps. The first step was to describe the situation or what triggered the emotion.Step 2 was to identify this emotion and rate it.
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) such as Prozac, Paxil, Celexa, Lexapro, and Zoloft may also be prescribed. In conjunction with medication, psychotherapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy is advised. These enable the patient to face the disorder head-on by learning to deal with the symptoms. Here, patients learn to accept the reality that overcoming the disease takes time and needs consistent effort, both for the patient and his family. Meditation and other relaxation techniques like deep breathing methods have been also found to be helpful in managing attacks and relieving patients from anxiety.
During the early phase, the therapist introduces the treatment program to the patient, conducts an interview about a recent suicidal crisis, and discusses problems and goals of the therapy with the patient. During the middle phase, the patient is taught cognitive and behavioral skills to help to cope with suicidal thoughts, and to prevent suicidal behavior. Finally, on the late stage of treatment, the patients are being prepared for the end of the treatment as well as focusing on relapse prevention, and strengthening skills learned. There are some advantages and disadvantages to this program. One advantage is that treatment is individualized for each patient.
In some cases these medications can be used in combination with each other and are effective in treating manic episodes. Although the reasons as to why mood stabilizing drugs seem to work in treating bipolar disorder are still unknown it is used as the first line of treatment by a variety of clinicians to treat this type of mental illness. In addition, I would recommend Patrick to undergo in adjunctive psychotherapy which includes psychoeducation which will allow Patrick and his family understand his mental illness and encourage them in dealing with this illness in an effective manner. Adjunctive psychotherapy will also allow Patrick to understand the reasons as to why he has to take and continue taking his medication while also setting Patrick in a routine to take his medication. Moreover, this type of therapy will allow Patrick to solve any family, social, school or even occupational problems that he may encounter in present or near future.
My path to emotion wellness involved learning to be more aware of my thoughts and feelings. Understanding my body along with my mind when I was over worked and also over stressed, learning time management skills, and maintaining a life balance of both my academics and my social life. Physical wellness doesn’t only involve aspects of life that are necessary to keep yourself in top condition, but it is also concerned with developing personal responsibility for your own health care. Working out, together with eating well isn’t all you need to do to achieve physical wellness. You must also sleep the recommend hours of sleep and receive regular check ups for you Physician.
Each one of the therapies that were recently mentioned provide a decrease in stress level and tremendously help people push past their issues. Therapy also takes the time to correctly work out a person's problem and heal a certain disorder over time. It is much more helpful and easier for the person to attend therapy if he or she has all of these many different therapy options to pick from. The person with the problem or disorder is much more willing to learn how to cope and fix their issues with a certain therapy that allows them to do something that he or she actually enjoys doing. I think therapy is the number one best way to move forward in life without always having an overload of stress and many time consuming issues in my life.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is used to help the patient deal with stressful life situations in a healthy way as well as show the error in thinking during a depressive episode. Psychoeducation is used to teach people with bipolar disorder about their illness and the need for proper maintenance. Some other treatments that are known to improve symptoms as well such as electroshock therapy and bright lights. Prevention Exercise and diet have a lot of effect of being able to prevent relapses because they help balance the chemicals in the brain and healthy bodies help make it easier to maintain mental health. It also seems to help when the patient has a good support system and the people around them are involved in the treatment with the patient.
(King) The patient concentrates on a specific goal they would like to achieve using hypnotherapy. This process allows the patient to set their mind on the addictions and overcome their problems. Hypnosis Hypnosis is a state of mind that is induced by a hypnotist. This state of mind is a process that must be done carefully in order to keep your patient relaxed. The patient remains conscious throughout the entire process, but is not affected by outside distractions.
“Reasearch suggest that daily meditation may alter the brains neural pathways, making you more resilient to stress” (Moninger) which is a great because it’s simple and easy to do this can possibly help relief some tension it can also make us feel more at peace with just a few minutes of the day to meditate, which can help cope through our day. Another technique Moninger suggest is... ... middle of paper ... ...h me and I must say it is my favorite because I soon feel at peace when I take 3 deep breathes in and out. Taking medication is my worst enemy I hate taking medication but if it were to by the last and final resort to help solve the issue I would go ahead and take it of course I have to watch out for the dose so I won’t become dependent on the drug. Out of all the three Drugs, Systematic Desensitization, and BioFeedback I would choose Systematic Desensitization to be the best natural way to help condition anxiety. If there is a case where a person can no longer take their anxiety issue I would highly recommend the person to go to a doctor to get a prescription to help reduce their issue however, it is important to understand the dosage that is recommended to take because it is likely if we take over the recommended dosage we might come dependent on it which is worse.