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Psychiatry

Psychiatry
DEPRESSION Depression is a condition characterized by emotional, mental, behavioral, and physical symptoms. The most notable symptom is a persistent low mood and a significant decrease in interest and pleasure. Individuals with depression feel emotionally unhappy, pessimistic, and hopeless. Activities they used to enjoy no longer bring them joy. They feel sad and lonely, and their interest in themselves and their surroundings diminishes. They may experience intense feelings of guilt and believe that they are a burden to others and have not fulfilled their responsibilities. Depression is often accompanied by inner turmoil, restlessness, and uneasiness. At times, individuals may feel as if they have lost all their emotions. PANIC ATTACK A panic attack is described as sudden and recurring episodes of intense distress or fear that leave individuals in a state of terror. During an attack, individuals experience an overwhelming sense of fear and discomfort, feeling that something terrible will happen, that the end is near, or that they will die. People experiencing this storm of fear naturally exhibit avoidance behavior, trying to escape or distance themselves from the situation, and seek immediate help from a healthcare facility where assistance can be provided. Some individuals having a panic attack feel as though they are having a heart attack and are about to die. Feeling on the brink of death, individuals may experience intense fear and terror. They plead urgently to those around them, filled with anxiety, to get to the emergency room or see a doctor as quickly as possible. Some may feel that they are going to go insane, have a stroke, lose control, or faint. PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYEES The psychological support program for employees offers training, information, counseling, and psychotherapy services based on confidentiality principles to employees at all levels in organizations and their family members. These services cover personal, familial, and work-related problems of broad scope that may negatively affect the organization and address the institutional, managerial, and individual psychological assistance and support required by organizations to cope with problems that can adversely impact employees' health, family life, job performance, and ultimately, business performance. Early intervention can effectively resolve many problems. The primary aim of the psychological support program for employees is to provide support to organizations before problems reach a crisis point and negatively affect employees' health, family life, job performance, and ultimately, business performance. Through timely interventions to address unresolved problems, organizations can benefit from healing and regulatory services, witnessing employees reaching their optimum performance levels in the shortest possible time. SOCIAL PHOBIA Social phobia is the fear of being embarrassed, engaging in disapproved behavior, being ridiculed, humiliated, criticized, rejected, disliked, or evaluated negatively. SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS Individuals with sexual dysfunction should not remain silent and should seek help and treatment before these problems start to affect their daily communication. For those without physical pathology, treatment can be possible through psychiatric medications, psychotherapeutic techniques, and hypnosis. SLEEP DISORDERS Sleep disorders, which affect nearly 35% of our society, disproportionately impact children, the elderly, and women. They lower the quality of life and cause disturbances in daily life and general health. ADDICTION Addiction is an irresistible desire to repeat a specific action, despite it causing harm to one's mental, physical, or social well-being. Addiction can be related to substances like alcohol or recreational drugs, as well as behavioral addictions such as internet addiction and gambling, which are commonly observed in our society. PSYCHOSIS Psychosis is the general term for mental illnesses that cause a person to lose touch with reality. Psychosis encompasses a wide range of illnesses, from brief psychotic disorders lasting only a few days to schizophrenia, which can last a lifetime. Our sanity is undoubtedly one of life's greatest blessings