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Autonomic Disorders

Autonomic Disorders

Autonomic disorders

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Psychoneurology -2005

Different types of stress cause a reflex stimulation of the hypothalamus by or through the cerebral cortex that leads to an increase in the secretion of anterior pituitary hormones. Sympatho-adrenal system, in turn, plays an important role in the emergence of psycho-somatic disorders in conditions of emotional stress.

Thus, trauma can lead to changes that cause autonomic dysfunction, particularly dysfunction of internal organs. Sometimes these disorders can be central focus and involve the patient, while the accompanying common disorders of the nervous activity (irritability, anxiety, depressed mood, insomnia, etc.) fades into the background.

In this case there may be disturbances of the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary and other systems. Autonomic disorders may be manifested in the form of vegetative-vascular dystonia and crises.

In dystonia, autonomic disturbances are either in the form of increased heart rate, blood pressure increase of dry mouth, sensitivity to cold extremities, slow pulse, or vice versa, low blood pressure, increased salivation, increase intestinal peristalsis, redness of the skin. Sometimes these effects can be combined.

Against the background of dystonia may occur vegetative crises, usually related to the emotional state:

  • sympathoadrenal
  • vagoinsulyarnye
  • mixed.

The first consisted of increased heart rate, pain and discomfort in the heart, pale skin, numbness of cold extremities, often shivering. Second – in the sense of fading or malfunction of the heart, feeling short of breath, choking, unpleasant sensations in the epigastric region, enhancing peristalsis. It is noted flushing of the skin, hot flashes, sweating and polyuria. Crises is usually accompanied by anxiety or fear. Duration of crises from several minutes to several hours.
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Excitable (impulsive) Personality

Excitable (impulsive) Personality

Excitable (impulsive) personality

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Psychoneurology -2005

The impulsive personality type is peculiar to active but not capable of purposeful activity of people long. Among them are common people with disinhibition of instincts, are prone to perversion and sexual excesses.

With favorable conditions in the dynamics of the positive impact of the environment, these psychiatric manifestations can be stabilized and partially compensated.

If there is a growing disadvantage for psychopathic features, leading to a disorderly life, and inability to contain desire.

In the most severe cases to the fore acts of aggression, violence, committed during the affective outbursts (often in response to the condemnation or disapproval from others) and often lead to conflict with the law.

Excitable personalities characterized by:

  • impulsivity with a pronounced tendency to act without regard for the consequences
  • lack of autonomy in making important decisions
  • deficit control
  • instability of interpersonal relationships with a tendency to fall into dependence on strangers.

Reaction to even the most minor trauma differ abrupt changes in mood from deep depression to a significant rise. The extreme volatility and instability of mood in these individuals is accompanied by a manifestation of the episodic dysphoria, as well as "behavioral explosions" from the restricted affective consciousness and psychomotor agitation.
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Gbs – Hyperventilation Syndrome

Gbs - Hyperventilation Syndrome

GBS – hyperventilation syndrome

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Psychoneurology -2005

The first signs of functional disorders of breathing recorded, usually in adolescence and becoming syndromal maturity in adolescence. Premorbide most patients with GBS represented the terms sthenic personality disorders, serving in the structure of the hyperthymic, hyperthymic and hystero-schizoid patoharakterologicheskoe-expansive warehouse.

In spite of the typological differences of personality traits, the majority of patients show signs of a special accentuation on the functions of the respiratory system determined by several authors as a "behavioral breathlessness". The leading clinical sign of the latter – the tendency to somatisation reactions occurring with the symptoms of hyperventilation.

Formation of GBS usually occurs outside the context of current bronchopulmonary disease sometimes manifests GBS on a background of atopic asthma or exacerbation of chronic bronchitis with asthmatic component. In most cases, GBS observed wavelike dynamics of organ neurosis.

Beginning in adolescence and early adolescence under the influence of stressful and somatogenic factors, develop a sense of dissatisfaction breath, shortness of breath ("empty breath"), dry cough, compulsive, paroxysmal yawning.

Functional disorders with symptoms of GBS conjugate not find hypochondriacal fears, but mainly with signs of manipulative behavior:

  • appear whenever a significant subjective situations (conflicts in the family or at work) and are generally not regarded as morbid, and is interpreted as a consequence of exposure to adverse environmental factors:
    • closed stuffy room when it is impossible to obtain from the surrounding ventilation
    • unpleasant odors
    • exposure of known allergens, etc.

Among the precipitating factors of acute GBS may make different kinds of respiratory diseases in general, short duration of exacerbation of GBS vary and are subject to regression to the extent resolution of stressful situations, or the reduction of respiratory disease. Despite many years of frustration persistence respiratory function increase the clinical manifestations of GBS (both severity and number of symptoms and duration of exacerbations) are observed.

Clinical and social prognosis of GBS is favorable. Long-term perennial for GBS is not accompanied by reduced disability or social adjustment.

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