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  1. Acute stress disorder (ASD, also known as acute stress reaction, psychological shock, mental shock, or simply shock) is a psychological response to a terrifying, traumatic or surprising experience. It may bring about delayed stress reactions (better known as post-traumatic stress disorder , or PTSD) if not correctly addressed.

  2. 02/09/2020 · Sorrow and Bliss. Meg Mason. 4.16. 52,792 ... (HarperCollins), a memoir of early motherhood, was published in 2012. Her novel You Be Mother (HarperCollins ...

  3. 17/06/2021 · Losing a loved one is one of life’s greatest stressors. Although most bereaved individuals navigate through a period of intense acute grief that lessens with time, approximately 10% will develop a prolonged grief condition. This review provides an overview of the course of grief and describes risk factors for developing prolonged grief disorder. The evolution of the prolonged grief disorder ...

  4. 06/12/2017 · Specifically, in DSM-III, each mental disorder was operationally defined by a specific list of observable signs (e.g., weight loss of at least 25% of original body weight; defaults on debts or other financial responsibilities) and patient-reported symptoms (e.g., hallucinations, loss of appetite); and by several types of specific thresholds for determining a disorder’s presence, including (a ...

  5. 13/01/2022 · Traumatic events in early childhood or adulthood; Physical health conditions such as thyroid problems or arrhythmia; Family history of anxiety or other mental disorders; 2. Mood disorders. Mood disorders are also known as affective disorders, and they involve persistent grief or sorrow alone or combined with periods of ecstasy or happiness.