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Access to Quality mental health care, the Vision in mind and passion to work for persons with mental health problems and shoulder the care and responsibility with family is what made Mr. Cadabam M Ramesh and Mrs. Sudha R Cadabam to establish an organization to serve persons with mental health problems. As sequel to quality care offered and commitment for betterment of persons with mental health problems CADABAM'S today has evolved into country's largest psycho social rehabilitation Centre with various specialty offerings. CADABAM'S today can proudly claim to be a Centre which can offer specialty service of international standards for whatever the problem be. Be it addiction to alcohol and drugs or Major mental illnesses (Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Personality disorder, OCD, Depression) or minor mental illness (Anxiety, Neurosis) or Intellectual and developmental disorders/ mental retardation (Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, mild to Profound mental retardation) or persons with disability due to mental illness (Chronic Mental Illnesses), CADABAM'S has program which can be tailor made to suit the individual needs. Be it Short term rehabilitation or long term rehabilitation or Supported Living or Supported Employment or De-addiction or Recovery oriented interventions all are part of the system and professionals help family and resident understand and choose the type. 21 years into mental health care CADABAM'S is recognized as pioneers in private mental health care services. Being the biggest psycho social rehabilitation center of the country with 7 Specialty centers of excellence, internationally accepted evidenced based programs for holistic recovery of persons with mental health problem. CADADABAM'S today is home to 400 persons with mental health problems undergoing rehabilitation and care under one roof hailing from different parts of the country and around the world. CADABAM'S has credit of rehabilitation 1000's back into main stream of society. The approach to treatment at CADABAM'S has always been holistic which encompasses all the elements for successful reintegration. Professionals at CADABAM'S always involve family at all levels so that the objective holistic recovery is attained. + Read More

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Is a serious mental problem often developing in adolescence or early adulthood? (Schizophrenia a Greek word meaning Scherzo (split) and Phreno (Mind). Meaning poor connect or split between thought process with emotion and behavior.

EARLY SYMTOMS:

  • Sleep disturbance
  • Appetite disturbance
  • Unusal Behaviour
  • Blunted feelings
  • Speech that is difficult to follow

UNDERSTANDING SCHIZOPHRENIA:

  • Positive Symtoms
  • Negative Symtoms
  • Cognitive Symtoms

POSITIVE SYMTOMS

HALLUCINATION:

  • Hearing and seeing things that aren't there.
  • I can hear Ram's voice and it talks about harming me

THOUGHTS PROBLEM: Disorganized thinking, illogical speech, inappropriate emotion to speech

DELUSIONS:

  • Strange and unshakable beliefs.
  • My neighbors are always against me and want

ALTERED SENSE OF SELF:

  • Altered and unrealistic sense of who the person is in relation to the other world.
  • Memory problem

NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS

LACK OF MOTIVATION: lack of energy or interest in life even basic things like taking shower or shaving or talking to people.

BLUNTED FEELINGS: Inability to express emotions/feelings appropriate while able to feel the same.

SOCIAL WITHDRAWL: limited or no interaction with family, friends and well-wishers.

COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS: Problem with attention, remembering things, concentrating on things.

RECOVERY

MEDICATION:

  • There are a number of medications which helps a person with Schizophrenia. The most commonly used medications are called Anti Psychotics.
  • It may take some trial & Error to find the medication that works best with least side’s effect of a person.

TALK THERAPIES:

  • Talk Therapies helps to develop healthier thinking patters including helping to understand about the illness and various dimensions of illness.
  • Creating Therapies
  • Diet, rest and exercise: a balanced & healthier approach to all
  • Vocational Rehabilitation: help develop skills needed to work.

FAMILY:

  • Seek help from professionals and friends for you also
  • Take time off for you self
  • Avoid guilt you are not the cause for illness

FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO HAD SCHIZOPHRENIA:

  • Lionel abridge
  • Vaslov Nijinsky
  • John Forbes Nash

INTRIGUING FACTS

  • 90% of person with Schizophrenia experience dilutions at some stage.
  • What people with Schizophrenia see / hear seems absolutely real to them no matter how unbelievable ore unrealistic other may find it.
  • Treatment for Schizophrenia is most effective if it began early as soon as possible after symptoms appear.

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Once commonly known as Maniac Depression illness, has mood swings from mania or depression (Two poles/ Bi polar) punctuated by periods of stable mood in between Bi-polar Disorder I: Recurrent episode of mania and depression.

MANIA:

  • At least 3 of the following must be there for the most of the day nearly every day for 1 week or longer
  • High energy, activity
  • Good / Euphoric mood
  • Irritability
  • Racing and Jumbling Thoughts
  • Reduced concentration
  • Less Sleep needed
  • Unrealistic belief in one’s ability and power
  • High spending
  • Abuse of drugs like alcohol
  • Provocations or aggressive behavior

DEPRESSION:

  • 5 or more symptoms of most of the day, nearly every day of a week or weeks or longer
  • Sad/ Empty mood
  • Feeling of hopelessness
  • Feeling of Guilt /worthlessness/ helplessness
  • Sad/ Empty mood
  • Loss of interest in activities once enjoyed
  • Decreased energy- slowdown
  • Difficult concentrating, making decisions
  • Irritability / restless
  • Loss or gain of weights due to changed appetite
  • Chronic pain / nonspecific bodily symptoms
  • Thought of death, suicidal / suicidal attempts

RECOVERY:

  • Follow and Stick to treatment plan
  • Medication as prescribed by psychiatrist
  • Psychotherapy
  • Planning for crisis (high &low moods)
  • Taking care of whole self
  • Exercise
  • Healthy food & Sleep habits
  • Keeping away from alcohol / smoking / drugs
  • Create support system of family, friends and organization

TREATMENT:

  • Medication: The three primary goals of medication are
  • Stabilizing the mood
  • Prevention of replace
  • Recovery from the present episode (Mania /depression)
  • Four main types of medications are available and used
  • Mood stabilizer
  • Anti-fit /convulsion medicines
  • Anti-Psychotics
  • Anti-depressants

PSYCHOTHERAPY:

  • Help manage the mood states that can interferes with daily activities
  • Family focused Therapy
  • Inter personal & Social Rhythm Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO HAS BIPOLAR DISORDER
  • Virginia Wolf
  • Vincent Van Gogh
  • Winston Churchill
  • Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Isaac Newton
  • Vivien Leigh

INTRIGUING FACTS:

  • Many people with these symptoms of bipolar disorder don’t know that they have it, thinking these mood swing are just a normal part of life
  • 60% of these who have bipolar Disorder abuse alcohol or drug during their lifetime
  • Abrupt discontinuation of medicine leads to recurrence & potentially hospitalization or suicide
  • People who undergo intensive psychotherapy in addition to medicine have better life satisfaction & better.

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Depression is a complex problem which affects mind and body with complex set of symptoms.

FIVE OR MORE SYMPTOMS FOR A MINIMUM PERIOD OF TWO WEEKS OR LONGER

Sad anxious or ‘empty’ mood

Feeling of hopelessness

Feeling of wordlessness

Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies or activities that were once enjoyed including sex

Decreased Energy

Difficulty concentrating

Changes in sleep pattern

Appetite and weight changes

Thoughts of death, suicide/suicidal attempts

Irritability

Physical problems like headache, digestion problem not satisfactory relieved with just physical treatment

TYPES

Major Depression

Minor Depression

Manic Depression (Bipolar Disorder)

RECOVERY

MEDICATION: There are various kinds of medicines are available to treat depression& they are called ANTIDEPRESSANTS

TALK THERAPY

Cognitive behavior therapy

Interpersonal Therapy

BRAIN STIMULATION THERAPIES

ECI (Electro Convulsive therapy)

RTMS (repetitive Tran cranial/Magnetic stimulation)

Deep Brain Stimulation

DEPRESSION & PHYSICAL PROBLEMS

Depression is a co-existing problem with many medical problems and unless depression is treated the medical problems continue to get complicated.

Diabetic mellitus-Depression can lead to diabetes and diabetes can lead to depression

Depression can lead to heart diseases.

HV/AIDS-1 in 3 people with HV/AIDS suffer from depression

Suicide-90% people committing suicide have depression

Osteoporosis- Depression reduces bone formation

INTRIGUING FACTS

Depression is 2 to 3 times more common in women

Long standing physical problem can also lead to Depression

Depression affects people of ages, races & incomes worldwide.

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PERSONALITY: Refer to the collection of characteristics that makes an individual, which includes the way one THINK, FEEL, BEHAVE.

DISORDER: For some reason part of the personality develops in the ways that makes it difficult for the

DIFFICULTY FACED WITH THE PERSON KNOWN TO HAVE PERSONALITY DISORDER

Making or keeping relationships

Get on with people at work

Get on with friends and family

Keep out of Trouble

Control one’s own feeling and behavior

THREE MAIN GROUPS OF PERSONALITY DISORDER

Cluster A: Odd and Eccentric

Cluster B: Dramatic and Erratic

Cluster C: Anxious and Fearful

CLUSTER A: ODD AND ECCENTRIC

Suspicious

Odd ideas

In fantasy world

Emotionally Cold

Inappropriate Emotions

CLUSTER B: DRAMATIC AND ERRATIC

Anti-social activities

Aggression

No guilt

Impulsive

CLUSTER C: ANXIOUS AND FEARFUL

Feeling of insecure and inferiority

Perfectionist and rigid

Sensitive to criticism

Dependent on others

RECOVERY

MEDICATION: some class of drugs help control some of the symptoms of personality disorders.

Generally the classes of drugs used are

Anti-Psychotics (Especially in Cluster A)

Anti-Depressants (Especially in Cluster B and C)

Mood stabilizers (To help impulsivity and aggression)

PSYCHO SOCIAL THERAPIES

Dialectical Behavior

Metallization

Schema Focused Therapy

Transference Focused Therapy

Cognitive Analytical Therapy

Cognitive Therapy

SELF HELP

Try and unwind when stressed

Balance diet which is healthy

Avoid Alcohol and drug

Take up interest and hobby

Try and talk it out

Take good physical exercise

INTRIGUING FACTS

By late teens or early 20’s most individuals develop own personality with their own distinctive way of thinking, feeling and behaving which remains pretty much.

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GENERALLY THERE ARE 8 WAYS OF ALCOHOL DRINKING

Social Drinking: Drinking small amounts occasionally

Heavy Drinking: Drinking above safe level

Problem Drinking (harmful): Drinking alcohol despite having problems due to it like physical, social or at workplace

Alcohol Dependence (Addiction)

Liver problem

Inability to go to work due to alcohol habit

Spending more on Alcohol than one can afford

Problem in relationship at family and work places

ADDICTION (ALCOHOL DEPENDENCES)

Dependences is an overwhelming desire to drink alcohol and developing of withdrawal symptoms upon stopping

ALCOHOL WITH DRAWL

Symptoms seen on stopping alcohol

Feeling sick

Trembling

Sweating

Craving for alcohol

Feeling awful

Detoxification: Is taking short course of medicines which helps to prevent withdrawal symptoms when drinking alcohol stopped

RECOVERY

Accepting that there is problem with drinking alcohol is the big step to recovery

MEDICATION

Anti-craving Medicines: Reduce the craving for Alcohol

Anti-Abuse medicines: Prevents person from taking alcohol by causing unpleasant reaction if alcohol is taken

THERAPIES

Craving Management

Cue’s Management

Motivation Enhancement Therapy

AA Meeting

Bio-Psycho-Social Education

A PERSON NEEDS HELP IT FOUND WITH FOLLOWING

Need to drink alcohol everyday

Strong desire to drink

Drink alcohol often

Drink early first thing in the morning

Spending time in activities where alcohol is available

Neglect other interest or pleasure because of Alcohol

Need to drink more alcohol to get the same feeling

INTRIGUING FACTS

I can stop if I want to,

I can cope,

I can stop at any time are signs of denial

Earlier the help, lesser the damage better the recovery

In 85% of the domestic violence the husbands were alcoholic

Safe limits of alcohol 1 unit of alcohol = ½ pint of beer=25 ml (quarter) of pub measure of spirits)

Many harmful drinkers are not dependent and they can stop if they want to with counseling and help

10 to 15% of people who drinks alcohol develop dependence

20 % of absenteeism and 40 % of accidents at.

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Dementia It is a disease of the brain which often starts with memory problems but goes on to affect many other parts of the brain producing .

Problem coping with day to day tasks

Problems communicating

People with dementia might become apathetic, have problems controlling their emotions or behave inappropriately in social situations. They may see or hear things that other people do not, or have false beliefs. People with dementia usually need help from friends or relatives, including help in making decisions.

ALZHEIMER’S DEMENTIA

Normal brain cells are replaced with damaged tissue called plaques and tangles

Specific problem with memory and thinking

Learning new information becomes harder

Forgetting names of people /places and difficulty to communicate

Changes in personality

VASCULAR DEMENTIA

Blood vessels supplying blood to tiny parts of the brain blocked starving that region of oxygen eventually leading to dead brain tissue in that region.

The problems caused by vascular dementia depends upon which part of the brain is affected but generally

Memory loss

Poor concentration

Word finding difficulties

Mood Swings

Depression

Sometimes hallucination

FRONTO– TEMPORAL DEMENTIA

Front part of the brain affected more than other parts.

More of personality changes

MEDICATION

There are a group of medicines which can slow the progression of dementia

HELPING SELF

Keep a dairy and write down things you want to remember

Pin a weekly timetable to the wall

Put your keys in an obvious place such as a large bowl in the hall

Have a daily newspaper delivered to remind you of the date and day

Put labels on cupboards and drawers

Place helpful telephone numbers by the phone

Write reminders to yourself, e.g. put a note on front door to take the keys

PREVENTION

There is some evidence that rates of dementia are lower in people who remain as mentally and physically active as possible throughout their lives, and have a wide range of different activities and hobbies.

Some activities that may reduce the risk of developing dementia

Reading

Writing for pleasure

Learning foreign languages

Playing musical instruments

Taking part in adult education courses

Playing tennis

Playing golf

Swimming

Group sports, such as bowling

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Also called as social and communication disorder or pervasive developmental disorders are problems caused by abnormalities in the way brain develops and works. It is called spectrum as symptoms varies from person to person and some have symptoms are aspects of other conditions like ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder), Tourette’s syndrome, epilepsy, dyspraxia.

CHILDREN / PERSON WITH ASD HAS

Difficulties communication

Difficulties being around with people socially

Difficulties with their behavior

DIFFICULTIES WITH COMMUNICATION

Children / persons with ASD have difficulties with verbal (speaking) and nonverbal (eye contact, expression, gestures) communication.

DIFFICULTIES WITH SOCIAL INTERACTION

Difficulty in understanding their and other feelings

Appear insensitive to others

Difficult to make friends or relationships

DIFFICULTIES WITH BEHAVIOR

Prefer familiar routine and difficulty dealing with change “Putting clothes on in a particular way”

Unusual interest

Unusual response to experience “sensitivity to some types of sounds / smell

Unusual repetitive movements such as hand or finger flapping or twisting

THERE ARE THREE TYPES OF ASD

Autistic disorder

Asperger syndrome

Pervasive developmental disorder

AUTISTIC DISORDER

The child with Asperger has problem with social interaction and behavior. Language development is generally not affected but might have problem in understanding humor or metaphors

PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER

The child with Pervasive Developmental disorder has some but not all of the autistic disorder and asperser syndrome but not all.

RECOVERY

MEDICATION: Certain class of medications helps in some of the symptoms like controlling repetitive thoughts, behavior and control aggression and temper tantrums.

THERAPIES

Speech and language therapy

Applied behavioral analysis

Cognitive behavioral therapy

Inter personal therapy

INTRIGUING FACTS

About 10% of people with autism have some special skills and abilities

People with ASD can have a range of intellectual ability from severe learning disability to more academically.

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Specific learning disability (SLD) A Child with SLD is able as any other child except in one of the areas of learning like difficulty to write (Dysgraphia), cope with.

Dysgraphia is difficulty in writing resulting in inaccurate and illegible writing. Dysgraphia exists in varying degree which does not match to the person’s intelligence and ability to read.

Dyslexia is the difficulty with the use of both written and oral language .Dyslexia varies between individuals and can occur in people of all abilities; most often people with dyslexia have distinctive talents as well as typical cluster of difficulties.

Dyscalculia is the difficulty with mathematical skills like addition, subtraction, Multiplication and mental arithmetic. People with dyscalculia also have difficulty with abstract concepts of time and direction, sequence of events. They may also have poor sense of direction and can get lost

CONSEQUENCES

Struggling in keeping up with classmates and seeing themselves as no good or as stupid

Difficulty to follow lessons

Avoid doing school work

Due to difficulty and inability self-confidence dips down

RECOVERY

Proper identification of problem

Support from special educator and family

WHY TO SUPPORT A CHILD WITH SLD

Clarity when speaking: long and complex sentences or instructions should be avoided.

Get face to face with the person with sld .Making eye contact and talking their level helps.

Instructions should be one stage rather than two stages such as “put on your shirt” rather than “Put on your shirt and do up the buttons so we can go”.

Reduce clutter in a child’s life. Instead of lots of toys to play with give two or three at a time.

Encourage child with SLD to make clear choices such as ‘Would you like to play with the cat or rabbit.

Individuals with SLD often experience low self-esteem and so it is important to notice and reward efforts and successes even if they are small.

Help them develop nonacademic areas of competence such as sports, art or music that will provide the individual with a feeling of competence and promote.

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