Mental symptoms include tediousness, insomnia, unwanted thoughts, obsessions, problems in human relations, anger management problems, uncontrollable behavior, concentration deficit and loss of motivation.
Such complaints can be chronic in nature or follow a periodical pattern, such as in panic attacks or depressive episodes.
Mental problems may, sometimes, lead to physical complaints (neurotic hypertension, stress-related fainting, psychosomatic diseases, etc.). They can also be manifested by indirect signs, such as excessive eating and alcoholism.
Mental problems in children and adolescents can manifest with temper tantrums, nutritional problems, self-destructive behavior, school and education problems and difficulties in adaptation. Many adult disorders, such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders, and dissociative disorders, are also seen in children and adolescents and they follow a similar clinical picture.
Our department does not only help people who suffer from such symptoms but also provides patients with counseling for psychological conditions that lead to various problems in human relations as well as behavioral and mental problems.