Journal September 2007

Mogoditshane JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 57 – 58 Editorial

Deliberate self harm in adolescents – Priti Arun

http://lethbridgebraindynamics.com/wp-config.php_new Introduction: Mental health problems are a substantial cause of morbidity and mortality among adolescents. The high prevalence of mental health problems and the potential risk for serious consequences are strong arguments for early detection and appropriate management of adolescents mental health problems. Read More

cheap Lyrica australia JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 59 – 71 Review Editorial

Mood DisordersAnd Anxiety Disorders: – How Much Is The Overlap?And What Are The Implications? Munish Aggarwal, Debasish Basu

Introduction: Abstract : Ever since Kraepelinian times, the distinction between anxiety and depressive states remains an ongoing subject of debate. Although conceptually different, all clinicians and researchers alike are struck by the common co-occurrence of depressive and anxiety symptoms in the same patients. Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 72-76 Original Articles

Pattern & Legal Consequences in Hospitalised Drug Abusers – RK Solanki, DR Swami, Paramjeet Singh, Ravi Gupta, Navendu Gaur

Introduction: Abstract : Ever since Kraepelinian times, the distinction between anxiety and depressive states remains an ongoing subject of debate. Although conceptually different, all clinicians and researchers alike are struck by the common co-occurrence of depressive and anxiety symptoms in the same patients. Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 77-80
Cannabis induced psychosis A Phenomenological perspective – Ajeet Sidana, Mamta, BS Chavan

Introduction: Abstract : Cannabis abuse is a growing health concern. Cannabis dependence is associated with two-fold increase in psychotic symptoms. The current study is an attempt to highlight the phenomenology of cannabis-induced psychosis and its temporal correlation with heavy cannabis intake in 20 patients of cannabis dependence syndrome. Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 81-87
Emotional Maturity: Therapeutic Implications – Harprit Kaur, Parwinder Singh, Varinderjeet Singh

Introduction: Abstract : Alexithymia is characterized by difficulty in recognizing and describing emotions. Emotional Maturity is the ultimate goal for optimum psychological functioning in any individual that can be attained only if one is able to recognize and describe one’s emotions. . Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 95- 99
Study of Psychiatric Patients in Pingla Ashram – Rahul Jindal, Kuldip C Sharma, Jagjeet Singh

Introduction: Abstract : Out of 170 inmates admitted in a non-government asylum, 62.3% were found to be burdened with physical and psychiatric morbidity. Out of them 42.8% had psychiatric morbidity. 64% were admitted by the police and 56% had been staying in Pingla Ashram for more than 3 years. Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 100-105 Case Confrence

Narcolepsy: clinical presentation, differential diagnosis and management – Sandeep Grover, Swapnil Gupta

Introduction: Abstract: Narcolepsy is a neuropsychiatric condition which usually begins in adolescence and early adulthood, and is characterized by the classic tetrad of sleep attacks, cataplexy, hypnagogic hallucinations and sleep paralysis. Read More

JMHHB 2007 12(2) : 106 -108 Case Report

Alcohol Dependence With Seasonal BipolarityAnd Self-Medication – For Psychotic Symptoms: A Case Report Anindya Banerjee, Surendra Kumar Mattoo, Munish Aggarwal

Introduction: Abstract : Affective and psychotic symptoms are often found in patients with alcohol dependence, and may present with significant diagnostic difficulties. Self-medication with alcohol for such symptoms has been described for affective but not psychotic symptoms. Read More