Psychiatric Disorder

Psychiatric Disorder Treatment

Psychiatric Disorder Treatment in Pune

Psychiatric Disorder also called a Mental illness or Mental disorder is a health condition involving changes in thinking, emotion, or behavior. It cause Headache, increased stress, Violent behavior, Depression, having fear of something, suddenly getting panic, Insomnia (problems falling and staying asleep), suspicious behavior, etc.

Psychiatric Disorder is a manifestation of physical imbalance in which emotional components have a strong influence. The link between the mood and compromised health issues can be followed, in such cases, as the disease emerges, develops or repeats its pattern over time. “Psyche” refers to the emotional or mind-related aspects and “somatic” indicates the organic or physical symptoms and signs.

Studies have revealed that inappropriate activation of the autonomous nervous system, endocrine system (hormones and internal secretion glands), and immune system accounts for several of the known paths that link emotional overload to a condition of organic dysfunction and, in some cases, even physical distress.


Upbringing, environment, social settings, genetics, and personal interpretations of events, as well as the capacity to cope with the elements that come together as the person develops and interacts seem to play an important role when confronted with a psychosomatic manifestation. Psychiatric Disorder The key aspect of all these disorders is that they are enduring, relatively immutable conditions that represent a baseline substrate of impaired adaptation, of deficiencies or distortions that limit the capacity to adapt successfully to the demands of life.

Body & mind Connections

There is increasing evidence that stress has a direct biological effect on disease risk, involving the sympathetic nervous system, the Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenomedullary axis, and the inflammatory response system – a major chain reaction released by the immune complex. The interaction established among these systems and a central autonomic network which includes both prefrontal and limbic cerebral structures is integrated to form an internal regulation system through which the brain controls visceromotor, neuroendocrine, and behavioral responses that are critical for goal-directed behavior, adaptability, and health.

When the sympathetic nervous system is activated, hormones such as catecholamines ( epinephrine and norepinephrine) are released and the hypothalamus simultaneously secretes corticotrophin-releasing factor. The release of corticotrophin-releasing factor produces adrenocorticotropic hormone from the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland. This hormone, in turn, stimulates the adrenal cortices to release cortisol, a stress hormone that helps the immune system to operate efficiently. The release of catecholamines and cortisol allows the body to break down sugar as a source of available energy. This represents the sympathetic adrenomedullary system, an essential component of the normal acute alarm response to the threat that produces the fight-flight reaction.

Most common types

1) Schizophrenia

2) Mood disorder

3) Anxiety disorder

4) Dementia

5) Stress disorder

6) Eating disorder

7) OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder)

8) Psychiatric Disorder