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Dissociative stupor


The dissociative stupor is a frustration at which the behavior of the patient answers criteria of a stupor, but survey and inspection do not reveal its physical conditionality. As well as at other dissociative frustration, psychogenic conditionality in the form of recent stressful events or the expressed interpersonal or social problems in addition is found.

Symptoms of the Dissociative stupor:

The stupor which does not have the physical reasons, psikhogenno caused is diagnosed on the basis of sharp decrease or lack of autokinesias and normal reactions to external stimuluses, such as light, noise, a touch. The long time of the patient lies or sits in essence not movably. Completely or almost completely there are no speech and spontaneous and purposive movements. Though there can be some extent of disturbance of consciousness, a muscle tone, position of a body, breath, and sometimes both opening of eyes and the coordinate movements of eyes are that that becomes clear that the patient is not neither in a condition of a dream, nor in unconsciousness.

Reasons of the Dissociative stupor:

Etiology the psychogenia leading to shock reaction of a stupor.

Treatment of the Dissociative stupor:

Psychoanalysis, amytal - a caffeine disinhibition, the psychotherapy directed to an otreagirovaniye.

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