Psychological disorder is a psychological or behavioral pattern that results from a feeling of distress or disability that affects the individual and is not part of the normal growth of mental skills or culture. Methods of understanding and understanding mental health situations have changed over time and across cultures, and there are still differences in the classification, definition and evaluation of mental disorders. Even though standard guidance standards are widely accepted. At present, mental disorders are portrayed as disorders of brain neurons that are likely to be the result of developmental processes posed by the complex interaction between genetic factors and life experiences. In other words, genes inherited from mental or psychological illness may be the genes responsible for brain growth, which are likely to have different consequences, depending on the biological and environmental environment.
By fatma zaki|2017-09-13T13:08:37+02:00September 13th, 2017|Services of the outpatient clinic|0 Comments