- a variety of psychosomatic diseases.
On the one hand, the occurrence of endocrine diseases is often triggered by exposure to psychogenic factors (diabetes, thyrotoxicosis). On the other hand, any endocrine pathology is accompanied by abnormalities in the mental sphere that make up the psychoendocrine syndrome or endocrine psychosyndrome. This syndrome is characterized by a change in mood, drives, activity. Depending on the nature of the disease, the mood may be depressed, elated, spiteful, lethargic, anxious. Attractions either increase (thirst, increased appetite, sex drive, desire for vagrancy, passion for arson, theft), or decrease (lack of appetite, sex drive, insomnia, light fatigue and passivity to complete inactivity and lethargy). In severe and prolonged endocrine diseases, memory impairment, thinking, loss of acquired knowledge and skills, a decrease in the critical attitude to one’s condition, which ultimately lead to the development of dementia, may appear.
- Mental disorders with hyperthyroidism
- the relationship of mental and endocrine function in women with gynecological pathology
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Mental disorders in women during pregnancy
- Postpartum psychoses
- Menopausal Syndrome (cs)
- Postcastration syndrome
- Condition after hysterectomy
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