Adjustment Disorder

Adjustment Disorder

Adjustment disorder refers to a group of conditions that occur when an individual finds difficulty in copying with stressful life events. These individuals has trouble handling stressors and experience more stress than expected for an event, which causes significant disturbances in academics, work, relationships and social situations. This inability to handle stressors causes psychological and physical symptoms. The symptoms must be more severe than expected, should follow after a stressor and should not be part of normal grieving for loss.

Symptoms of Adjustment Disorder

  • Insomnia.
  • Lack of Appetite.
  • Frequent Crying.
  • Lack of Concentration.
  • Emotionally Overwhelmed.
  • Feelings of Hopelessness and Sadness.
  • Difficulty Functioning in Daily Activities.
  • Social Withdrawal and Suicidal Thoughts.
  • Feeling Anxious, Nervous and Stressed out.
  • Unable to Experience Pleasures in things usually Enjoyed.

Adjustment Disorder Treatment

Pharmacotherapy, Psychotherapy, Damage assessment, Self Analysis, Individual Counselling, Family Counselling, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Stress Management, Marital Counselling, Need Analysis, Life Skills Training, Relapse Prevention Strategies and Personality Development.

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