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We Provide Care For | Adult Disorders


Depression is a natural human emotion, where a person feels upset over a prolonged period of time accompanied by self pity and a feeling of helplessness. This affects a person’s day-to-day life, his/her relationships, social life and his/her mental health. 


OCD is characterised by unreasonable and unwanted thoughts, feelings, ideas and sensations creating a fear that can be categorised as obsession resulting in repetitive behaviours and rituals which can be termed as compulsion.

Dissociative Disorder 

Dissociative Amnesia is the breakdown of memory, consciousness, awareness or perception where a person loses the ability to recall important autobiographical information. And the person may even find it difficult to recall some traumatic or stressful event. 

Post traumatic stress disorder 

Post traumatic stress disorder occurs in a person after a terrifying incident or a traumatic experience, for example: rape, being kidnapped, child abuse, witnessing a natural disaster, or even in war veterans.

Sleep Disorder 

Sleep disorders (or sleep-wake disorders) involve problems with the quality, timing, and amount of sleep, which result in daytime distress and impairment in functioning.


Mania is most closely associated with Bipolar disorder and can be explained as abnormal and persistently increased goal-directed activity with abnormally high levels of energy, hyperactivity, extreme mood change and in a sense a person being struck by hysteria. 


The word psychosis is used to describe conditions that affect the mind, where there has been some loss of contact with reality. When someone becomes ill in this way, it is called a psychotic episode. During a period of psychosis, a person’s thoughts and perceptions are disturbed, and the individual may have difficulty understanding what is real and what is not. 

Bipolar Disorder  

Bipolar disorder is a disease in which periodic changes from elevated mood to depression occur without any significant change in the external environment. During the times of mania or elevated mood a person feels extremely happy, hyperactive, extremely energetic and sometimes highly irritated.

Emotional/ Personality Difficulties 

Cluster A: Schizoid, Schizotypal ,Paranoid personality disorder


Cluster B: Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder 

Cluster C: Dependent Personality Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder , 


Sexual Disorder 

Sex is the most natural phenomenon known to human kind, which is considered naturally reinforcing and pleasurable. 


GAD is excessive worry and tension on day to day basis. 

Phobia is an extreme reaction to a specific object or situation which provokes immediate fear and anxiety, which is often exaggerated in the context of danger that is being possessed by the object or situation. 

Delusional Disorder 

Delusion disorder is a condition associated with one or more delusions of thinking, such as expressing false beliefs that occur in real life situations like being stalked, being seen or heard by others, being poisoned, etc. 

Psychosomatic Disorder 

Somatoform Disorder is a chronic disease which generally occurs after people reach the age of 30 years.

Hypochondriasis  is a disorder in which a person is under the belief that he is suffering from some serious illness. 

Eating Disorder 

Anorexia Nervosa is an eating disorder, where there is an excessive and intense fear of gaining weight and becoming fat.

Bulimia Nervosa is termed as a deadly eating disorder, because of the abnormally off balance behaviour of the concerned person. 

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