Let patients heighten their awareness of themselves and disorders.
In the daily life of today's society, there are often some big and small events that cause us stress or insecurity, such as work pressure, the hectic pace of life, test pressure, noise interference and interpersonal problems, and affect our life and work performance.
In our increasingly busy lives, worries and troubles are eating away at us bits by bits, wrapping ourselves up like balls of wool. We begin to feel upset and sad, melancholy, anxious and lost. In this state of restlessness, perhaps we can seek professional help.
Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder dominated by emotional disturbance that causes periods of depression and periods of abnormally elevated mood.
Anxiety is related to external stress and personal vulnerability. External stress can be tiring that is beyond the individual's ability to bear, while the individual's vulnerability and the difference in the perception of stressors are linked to heredity and learning experience.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological or physical disorder triggered by intense pain, fear, or feelings of helplessness after experiencing or witnessing someone's life being threatened or suffering severe physical or mental harm.
"Eating" is a very important self-regulation activity, which provides the human body with required sources of nutrition and energy. Once out of balance, it will affect the body and mind.
Long-term insomnia affects quality of life. Insomnia may lead to accidents and daytime functional impairment secondary to lack of energy, and even increase the risk of physical and neurospychiatric disorders. Therefore, it is very important to seek help when you are hit with insomnia.
Do you cope with life pressures and emotional distress by resorting to alcohol to relieve your worries? In fact, current clinical studies have found that most alcoholics have more serious emotional problems than before.
The day ward is an important psychiatric rehabilitation unit for patients with chronic and stable mental illness who come to the hospital for treatment during the day from Monday to Friday, and return to their residence at night and on weekdays.