By Ron Salomon, Christine Collins, Pat Levitt
Explores the foundation explanation for suicidal habit describes indications and signs of hysteria, temper swings, and melancholy that may result in suicide and discusses therapy options...Title: .Suicide..Author: .Salomon, Ron, M.D./ Collins, Christine, Ph.d. (EDT)/ Levitt, Pat (FRW)..Publisher: .Facts on File..Publication Date: .2007/10/01..Number of Pages: .120..Binding sort: .LIBRARY..Library of Congress: .2007010992
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Learning about the chemical basis of depression was empowering; it enabled them to regard their mood disorders as an illness and to stop blaming themselves for being depressed. Other more recent research has shown that brain functions are different during depression, and even more so during suicidal periods. Suicidal people sound different when they talk, which means that their brains are not controlling their voice normally. Sound engineers are developing ways to recognize the characteristic voice changes, so that someday the volunteers who listen to crisis hotline calls may have some help in deciding when to be especially forceful in urging callers to go to the hospital.
He wanted to see her again in a month to make sure the medication was working. Anxiety disorders can lead to symptoms of depression, and vice versa. The isolation from having anxiety can cause more stress, and this can bring on symptoms of depression. Depression and anxiety together create a higher risk for suicide than either of them alone. Billie-Jo’s story illustrates the increased risk of a suicide attempt during a first bout with symptoms of panic or anxiety disorders, before help is sought or becomes effective.
This means that most healthy people can usually change the way they think about problems when they feel stuck. The inpatient hospital group leaders teach ways to help build the flexibility—for example, by listening to the approaches others have used to solve similar problems. 39 40 Suicide Finally, Billie-Jo would also learn about some of the changes that occur in the brains of suicidal people. When she did enter the hospital, she saw that one doctor had framed on the wall a picture of scans of depressed, treated, and healthy people.