At first the doctors examine the patient thoroughly. Depending on the results of that test, any medical procedure will be taken. In case of minor symptoms, treatment for a few days is enough. But in severe cases, psychologists, psychiatrists, and volunteers work together to help with the treatment. Below are some medical procedures.
NB: - In any case, the patient's desire to recover depends on his speedy recovery. Mental disorders cause a deficiency of various chemicals in the brain. That deficiency can lead to mental illness. So compassion and emotional support are very valuable in this case.
With the help of medicine it is possible to recover quickly and control the symptoms. In most cases, the initial treatment is started with the help of drugs. Although the effect of the drug depends on the patient's level of illness and physical condition.
The most commonly prescribed medications are:
Antidepressants: These drugs are given in case of depression or anxiety. There is no intoxication from this.
Anti-anxiety medication: It is also called tranquilizer. These drugs are given in case of anxiety disorder. Basically, it helps to reduce tension and fight insomnia or sleep disorders.
Mood-stabilizing medication: This medication is given for mood disorders. It helps control neurotransmitters in the brain. In patients with bipolar disorder, it controls both agitation and fatigue. It is also used in the treatment of schizophrenia.
Anti-psychotic medication: It is also called neuroleptics. It is used to treat symptoms such as mood swings, hallucinations or unrealistic thoughts.
In addition to medication, one or more therapies are recommended to improve mental health. It all depends on the mental and physical health of the patient.
Psychotherapy: According to this method, a pathologist helps to bring positive and rational thoughts by changing the unrealistic and erroneous thoughts of the patient in a scientific way.
The doctor helps the patient to explain his problem. The rest of the treatment becomes very easy if you understand your own problem.
CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Combination of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy. This method seeks to change the patient's thinking and behavior.
With the help of CBT, the patient can understand his own problem and try to solve it. Both the physician and the patient have to play an active role here. The physician here helps the patient to recognize his own incoherent thoughts. That is why the doctor asks the patient to do some daily activities like writing a diary or noticing the cause of his abnormal thoughts and keeping a record of beautiful positive events. CBT can be used to treat depression, anxiety, eating disorders and bipolar disorder.
Interpersonal therapy or IPT: helping the patient to speak. If normal speech and movement are disrupted, IPT can be applied along with medication. Rapid recovery is possible only if the patient actively participates in it.
Family Therapy: This procedure is used to improve the relationship between both the patient and his family. It is important for the recovery of the patient.
Physicians try to figure out exactly what is causing the family unrest that is causing the patient's health to deteriorate. Accordingly, attempts are made to solve them.
The doctor first informs the patient's family members about the disease. The importance of dealing with the dangerous violent behavior caused by the disease and standing by one's loved ones is emphasized. It is impossible to get well without the help of a loved one and the will of the patient. For those who have been living with a psychiatrist for a long time, this therapy is very necessary.
Remember: Proper use of these therapies helps the patient to recover faster. Medicine, especially in the field.
Stimulation therapy or brain stimulation treatment in the brain
If medicine or therapy does not work, a team of physicians often resort to this treatment after discussion and examination.
Remember: The patient and his family need to understand the side effects, and treatment will begin as soon as they agree.
Electroconvulsive Therapy - ECT: Delivering a controlled amount of electric shock to the brain.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation - TMS: Stimulation of nerve cells in the brain by a magnetic field.
How do I know if this method is right for me?
Psychologists come to a conclusion about the disease only after discussing your medical history, symptom analysis, family members, and various other tests. He then decides which medical procedure to follow. Nothing is hidden from the patient and his family.
What is the treatment of yoga?
Various studies over the past decade have shown that yoga can be used as an adjunct therapy.
What are the possible side effects of the drug?
All drugs have side effects. Some people don't notice them so there is no problem. An information sheet is provided about a side effect with medications used to treat mental illness. Consult your doctor to know the rules for dealing with them.
Here are some examples of side effects:
Feeling sleepy and lethargic
Possibility of diabetes
Decreased blood pressure
Negative effects such as lack of attention and enthusiasm
Keep the following important information in mind:
The benefits of the drug outweigh the slightest side effects. Take the medicine according to the time prescribed by the doctor.
Regular medication can reduce side effects.
Inform the doctor if side effects do not subside. He will help you.
Never stop taking medicine without the advice of a doctor