Rheumatoid arthritis

Doctors refer to rheumatoid arthritis as an autoimmune disorder. It begins when your immune system, which is meant to defend you, malfunctions and starts attacking the tissues in your body. The synovium—the lining of your joints—becomes inflamed as a result. Your joints may become painful, swollen, red, and heated as a result. Your joints become … Read more

Neurological disorders

A neurologic disorder is caused by a dysfunction in the brain or nervous system (i.e. spinal cord and nerves). This dysfunction can result in physical and psychological symptoms. The brain begins developing before birth. It continues developing throughout infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Most brain cells form before birth. One type of cell is the neuron, … Read more

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Millions of children suffer with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which frequently lasts into adulthood. ADHD is characterised by a variety of enduring issues, such as trouble maintaining focus, hyperactivity, and impulsive behaviour. Along with poor academic performance, problematic relationships, and low self-esteem, children with ADHD may also have these issues. Sometimes, symptoms get better as we … Read more

Anxiety Disorders

It’s common to have uneasiness every now and then. However, strong, excessive, and persistent worry and panic over commonplace, circumstances are typically experienced by those with anxiety disorders. Panic attacks, which are abrupt, strong emotions of fear or terror that peak within minutes, are frequent symptoms of anxiety disorders. Daily tasks are complicated, difficult to … Read more

Autism spectrum disorder

A neurological abnormality called autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects how a person perceives and interacts with others, which can lead to issues with social interaction and communication. Limited and recurring behavioural patterns are another feature of the illness. In autism spectrum disorder, the word “spectrum” refers to the broad spectrum of symptoms and severity. Autism, … Read more

Autoimmune Disorders

Immune system problems result in abnormally low or high immune system activity. Autoimmune illnesses are conditions in which an overactive immune system causes the body to attack and harm its own tissues. Immune deficiency illnesses make the body less able to defend itself against invaders, making it more susceptible to infections. The immune system may … Read more

Bipolar Disorder

Extreme mood swings, including emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression), are symptoms of bipolar illness, formerly known as manic depression. When you experience depression, you could feel melancholy or hopeless and stop enjoying or being interested in most activities. You might experience mania or hypomania (a less severe form of mania), which can … Read more


A prolonged sense of sadness and loss of interest are symptoms of depression, a mood illness. It affects your feelings, thoughts, and behaviour and is also known as a major depressive illness or clinical depression. It can cause a number of emotional and physical issues. You can find it difficult to carry out your regular … Read more

Disruptive behaviour and dissocial disorders

Disruptive behaviour and dissocial disorders are characterized by chronic behavioural issues, such as persistent defiance of authority or disobedience to significant age-appropriate societal standards, rules, or laws. Disruptive and dissociative disorders frequently, but not always, begin in childhood. There are effective psychological therapies available, frequently involving parents, carers, and educators, as well as cognitive problem-solving … Read more

Eating Disorders

Your physical and mental health are both negatively impacted by eating disorders, which are serious medical illnesses. These conditions include issues with your eating habits, weight, shape, and way of thinking about food. Your health, your emotions, and your capacity to carry out essential life functions may all be impacted by these symptoms. Eating disorders … Read more

Neurodevelopmental disorders

The National Institute of Mental Health defines neurodevelopmental disorders as: “A group of heterogeneous conditions that are characterised by delay and disruption in the acquisition of abilities in a range of developmental areas, including motor, social, language, and cognition.” Behavioural and cognitive illnesses known as neurodevelopmental disorders appear during the developing phase and involve considerable … Read more

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) features a pattern of unwanted thoughts and fears (obsessions) that leads one to do repetitive behaviours (compulsions). These obsessions and compulsions interfere with daily activities and cause significant distress. A person may try to ignore or stop these obsessions, but that only increases her/his distress and anxiety. Ultimately, she/he feels driven to … Read more

Psychiatric disorders

A person’s psychological, emotional, and social well-being are all included in their behavioural health, also referred to as mental health. It affects how you feel, act, think, and interact with others. How you handle stress is also influenced by your mental health. Throughout your life, from childhood to adulthood, it plays a crucial role. What … Read more

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

A person may undergo or witness a horrific or horrifying event where there was substantial bodily pain or threat, and this can result in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sometimes known as shell shock or battle fatigue syndrome. Traumatic experiences that leave people feeling incredibly terrified, helpless, or horrified can lead to PTSD. Sexual or physical … Read more


The term “schizophrenia” is used to describe a variety of psychotic diseases as well as a single illness. The “disconnection” from reality that occurs under these circumstances is in some way. These disconnections can occur in a variety of ways. Schizophrenia is a persistent, severe mental illness that has an impact on a person’s relationships … Read more