Approximately 31% of men suffer from sexual dysfunction in their lifetime. These disorders include erectile dysfunction, orgasmic problems, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, and premature ejaculation. Lifestyle changes and risk factor modifications can be helpful.
Disruptive behaviours at home or in school can be serious in nature. ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, eating disorders, and dissociative disorders require detailed assessment and should be managed with care and support.
Disorganised way of thinking is seen in certain disorders like schizophrenia in which the patient expresses in abnormal ways while speaking or writing. These are disturbances in cognition that need to be managed through medicine and psychotherapy.
Persistently low mood, lack of interest in daily activities, and lack of energy can be due to a combination of biological, social, and psychological sources of stress. It is very common and more than 10 million cases are seen in India every year.
Addiction to substances such as alcohol, opium, marijuana, nicotine, and certain behaviors like gambling and internet gaming is a complex condition. It is a brain disease that is manifested by compulsive use despite harmful consequences.
Creating a motivating environment for increasing performance through shared understanding and developing a partnership between the coach and coachee can be useful in lots of real-life situations which are not mental disorders but major barriers in personal development.
It's a technology for producing electromagnetic fields with various waveforms and frequencies in order to support the body's natural recovery process. This therapy is useful in stress management, relaxation, and sleep and for increasing performance.