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Mental health disorders are illnesses that affect the mood or thoughts of a person. Many different types of mental health disorders can have an array of symptoms. The primary common factor is how the disease changes the feel of the person suffering.

Mental health disorders are relatively common in the United States, with 1 in 5 adults experiencing some level of mental illness each year and 1 in 20 adults experiencing severe mental illness. Despite how widespread mental health disorders are in the country, many people remain uncomfortable discussing or seeking treatment for their problems. 

Mental health disorders will usually present itself at an early age. Half of the people who have a mental illness will see symptoms by the age of 14, and 75% will be 24. Different types of mental health disorders can be caused by various factors, although scientists consider most mental illnesses to be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors. 

Mental health disorders can often cause significant problems in a person's life. Some people may experience a negative impact on their work or school performance. Fatigue, stress, and exhaustion are common symptoms of many mental health disorders. It can also put a strain on relationships with family members or friends. 

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An anxiety disorder is a mental health condition that causes a person to feel stress or fear when faced with specific situations. Many different types of anxiety disorders can affect people differently. Someone can suffer from more than one anxiety disorder at a time.
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Bipolar I is one of the most common diagnoses of Bipolar disorder, it is such a light diagnosis that oftentimes medication is not needed and can be maintained with intensive work on oneself. Millions of Americans struggle with one form or another of Bipolar, the goal is to treat it immediately after being diagnosed so it does not spiral into self-medicating or acts of self-harm.
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Bipolar II disorder is not a milder form of bipolar I disorder, but a separate diagnosis. While the manic episodes of bipolar I disorder can be severe and dangerous, individuals with bipolar II disorder can be depressed for longer periods, which can cause significant impairment.
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Bipolar III disorder is the unofficial term for cyclothymia, a mild form of bipolar disorder. Cyclothymia, sometimes called cyclothymic disorder, is a long-term condition where your moods cycle between hypomania and depression, but they are not incapacitating or suicidal.
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Borderline personality disorder is a condition that can be incredibly disruptive to a person's daily life. Someone with borderline personality disorder, or BPD, will often experience difficulty maintaining healthy relationships with friends and family. While there is no cure, borderline personality disorder is considered to be a treatable condition.
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Although depression is often used as an umbrella term for various conditions, it is essential to understand the different types to receive a correct diagnosis and the best treatment possible.
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While many people often feel anxious or stressed over situations at work or school, generalized anxiety disorder causes that anxiety to take over one’s life. Generalized anxiety disorder can be disruptive to a person’s life and cause them to miss out on many significant opportunities.
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People may often experience intense feelings of sadness associated with grief, stress, or loss. Sadness is a natural and healthy aspect of life. However, depression goes beyond sadness. Depression is intense sadness for extended periods and is not based on any single event. 

Depression can be a dangerous and disruptive condition. If you or a loved one are suffering from the effects of depression, it is crucial to seek help as soon as possible.
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a condition that can be incredibly disruptive to a person’s life without the proper treatment. Obsessive-compulsive disorder can affect people in different ways, so it is important to understand the disorder and symptoms in order to receive the best treatment possible
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Panic disorder can be a disruptive force in someone’s life. Although it is not considered to be life-threatening, panic disorder can cause a person to live in fear of their next attack. This fear can cause people to miss out on significant life events and opportunities. 
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Post-traumatic stress disorder can be an incredibly challenging condition to manage. People diagnosed with PTSD will often find it disruptive to their lives, and it can have a harmful effect on their performance at work or their relationships. Anyone suffering from the effects of PTSD should seek treatment as soon as possible.
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Schizophrenia is a dangerous disorder that requires treatment to be managed. Many people with schizophrenia struggle to maintain jobs or relationships due to the symptoms associated with the condition. If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms commonly associated with schizophrenia, it is crucial you seek the help of medical professionals as soon as possible.
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Stress is a natural response the human body has to particular circumstances. While some stress is entirely normal, and some could even help us avoid dangerous situations, too much can be harmful to a person's mental and physical health.
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Trauma is something that many people will experience. More than half of adults in the United States have experienced a traumatic event at once during their lives (1). While trauma can affect people in different ways, it is vital to understand the ways trauma affects the mind and the treatment options available.
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