Psychosis

 Psychosis is the abnormal condition of mind which results in the difficulty of telling what is real and what is imaginary. This abnormality can occur at the time of child birth and it is called as postpartum psychosis. The abnormality can be caused mental illness such as bipolar disorder, certain medications and drugs such as alcohol. The disease can be diagnosed by antipsychotic medication, counseling and social support.

 

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