In Latin it is where we can establish that the etymological origin of the disorder is found, a term that is made up of the sum of two Latin words. Thus, it is the result of the union of trans- which is synonymous with “on the other side” and the verb I will turn which can be translated as "turn or turn."
The term disorder It has different uses. You can refer to a slight alteration of the Health or yet state of mental alienation , for example. Disorder is, on the other hand, the action and effect of upsetting (reversing the regular order of something or disturbing someone's sense or behavior).
A Psychological trastorn , for example, refers to an imbalance of the mental state of a person . Usually, those who suffer from this type of disorder go to a specialist (the psychologist) to receive treatment (through the psychotherapy and other techniques).
In the case of the aforementioned psychological disorders we can determine that they can be classified into two broad categories. On the one hand there would be psychotic disorders, which are those that are characterized because the person suffering from them suffers hallucinations, an important affective alteration especially at the level of relationships and also delusions. Schizophrenia is perhaps the most significant disorder of this type.
On the other hand, there would be the so-called neurotic disorders. These are defined because the patient conditions not only his thinking but his reality and his social relationships. At this point it comes because of certain phobias or anxiety, among other issues.
The set of psychiatric conditions that modify the normal development of interpersonal relationships is known as personality disorder . Psychologists believe that there are different genetic and environmental factors that can provoke the appearance of that disorder, which alters the complex pattern of psychological characteristics that define an individual.
He Bipolar disorder it is an alteration of the mood of a subject that passes from the depressive phase (repetitive periods of depression) at manic phase (period of great euphoria) successively. It is caused by a chemical imbalance in neurotransmitters.
The Eating Disorders are those diseases that are manifested through eating behavior and that represent the reflection of other problems, such as the distortion of one's body image and the acquisition of certain values through the body.
The bulimia and the anorexy For example, they are two of the most common eating disorders that affect thousands of people worldwide. The first can be defined as a disorder that every person has binge eating and then, in order to counteract everything they have ingested and avoid gaining weight, vomiting is caused or the intake of laxatives is used. Anorexia, meanwhile, is defined by the fact that the person who has this disorder eats very little, or nothing, and also to continue losing weight by performing countless physical exercise, vomiting is also caused ...
Vigorexia, an obsession with the physical aspect that leads to an addiction to bodybuilding, megarexia and orthorexia, are other of the most frequent eating disorders.