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    Know Your Psychologist

    Psychology is a branch of medicine that studies the human mind by understanding its functioning and subsequent behaviours in various situations.There are certain subspecialties within this field such as forensic psychology (which deals with the judicial or legal system), clinical psychology (involved in treating emotional beings and behavioural issues), sports psychologist, and organisational psychologist.

    Who is a psychologist?

    A psychologist is a doctor who specialises in studying people's normal and abnormal behaviours, thoughts, emotions, functioning, and personality (how a person feels, thinks, and behaves) while carefully observing, interpreting, and documenting how these people interact with the environs and with one another. Moreover, psychologists treat mental disorders with a magnitude ranging from mild to severe with the help of behavioural therapy and cognitive process.

    Psychologists are not allowed to prescribe medications.

    A psychology doctor can be available for psychologist consultation online or for an individual or group session.

    Common mental health conditions

    The absence of a disease in the body merely is not a healthy state; complete social, physical, and mental well-being together define a healthy state in humans.

    Abnormality in a person’s way of thinking, feeling, and behaving can be characterised as a psychological or mental illness. Conditions such as stress, excessive sleep or sleep deprivation, anxiety, depression, and psychosis can be associated with a psychological disorder or a mental illness. Additionally, the severity of the mental illness or disorders is different for different individuals.

    You are not alone if you suspect you have a psychological disorder or mental illness. Many people suffering from psychological disorders can recover, especially if they start treatment early and take an active role in the recovery.

    The signs and symptoms of some common psychological disorders are listed below:

    • Depression: This may present as feeling lethargic, changes in appetite and sleep, suicidal thoughts, difficulty concentrating, feeling of hopelessness, body aches, and pain. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms for more than two weeks, you should consult a psychologist.
    • Anxiety: An anxious person shows symptoms such as lack of concentration, irritability, sleep issues, fatigue, muscle tension, phobias, and panic attacks. If you think that you are experiencing any of these symptoms that are worsening, it is advised to consult a psychologist doctor as soon as possible.
    • Stress disorder: This disorder may include obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic disorder. These conditions require psychological treatments. If you suffer from any of these, you should consider a psychological consultation.
    • Schizophrenia and psychosis: Patients may present with signs of hallucination, disordered thoughts, and delusions. If you think you are experiencing these symptoms consult a psychologist right away.
    • Sleep disorders: In this disorder, you may experience insomnia (lack of sleep) or sleep apnoea (sleep disturbances).
    • Eating disorders: This includes anorexia nervosa (deliberate restriction of food intake), bulimia nervosa (abnormally high amounts of foods followed by forced vomiting or forced fasting), and binge-eating disorder.

    What do psychologists do?

    Psychologists use scientific principles to investigate the connections between your brain function, behaviour, and environment. Using these principles, psychologists treat mental illness effectively and help you overcome and manage these mental health issues.

    What is a psychological treatment?

    Psychological treatment is sometimes called ‘talk therapy’. It is a proven effective therapy for all age groups and all cultural backgrounds.

    It is a process that involves discussion or talking about your thoughts with your psychologist to:

    • get an insight into the way of your thinking as well as your behaviour
    • comprehend and resolve your issues
    • recognise mental illness symptoms in yourself, alleviate symptoms, and change your behaviour
    • improve your quality of life.

    When to see a psychologist

    Trust your instincts if you have a feeling that it is time to see a psychologist. You sometimes may believe that your problems are not ‘serious enough’ to warrant seeking help, but this is a common misconception.

    There are multiple reasons why you can consult a psychologist; the following are the common mental health issues for which you may seek a psychologist's consultation:

    • Having negative thought patterns
    • Adapting to a recent traumatic incident
    • Going through significant life changes (a career shift, divorce, moving to a new place)
    • Trouble sleeping
    • Feeling sad, anxious, stressed, hopeless, and suicidal thoughts
    • Lack of concentration
    • Lassitude and lethargic feeling
    • Drug dependence or alcohol abuse

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