Millions of people are affected from the mental diseases in world. Mental disorders effect them badly and treatment is psychotherapy. These are very sever disorder, because it related to brain and it is most important part of the body any mental disease lead to whole body bad condition. Mental disorders are happened due to several thoughts that proliferated in the mind so extensively that ultimate lead to mental health disorder. In some cases mental illness is genetically. Every mental disorder is weird and bizarre, but I have collected a list of 10 most bizarre mental disorders.
1. Stockholm Syndrome
Stockholm syndrome (The syndrome is named after a bank robbery in Stockholm, Sweden, in which the bank) is a psychological response sometimes seen in an abducted prisoner, in which the hostage shows sympathy, loyalty or voluntary compliance with the captive taker. Regardless of the risk in which the hostage has been placed. The disease is also discussed in other cases, including those of wife-beating, rape and child abuse.
2. Multiple Personality Disorder
People with Dissociative Identity Disorder thoroughly change their behavior and lose memory of what has just been happening when they change personalities. Alternate personalities not always form due to childhood trauma. The alters don’t always cause huge, noticeable changes in appearance or behavior, so observers might not even notice their existence. Personality has no information of what happened as one of their alters was in charge, causing a sense of amnesia. Several multiples prefer not to have therapy to choose one personality and stop switching, because they are perfectly fine living as a team.
3. Diogenes Syndrome
Diogenes syndrome is a condition described as extreme self neglect, solitary tendencies and habitual hoarding, sometimes of animals. It is found mainly in old people and is associated with senile breakdown. The syndrome is actually a misnomer since Diogenes lived an ascetic and transient life and there are no sources to point out that he neglected is own hygiene.
They experience very hard time reading text and are normally well below average in reading and comprehension. If they get guidance from a person who understands Dyslexia, then it is quite possible that they will catch up rest of the class. How can you pronounce “an apple” if the letters which your mind is reading are “na alpep”? This is exactly the problem with people suffering from Dyslexia.
5. Paris Syndrome
The condition is mainly a rigorous form of ‘culture shock’. Gracious Japanese tourists who come to the city are unable to separate their calm view of the city. Seen in such films as Amelie, with the reality of a modern, bustling metropolis. Paris syndrome is a condition restricted to Japanese tourists and nationals, which causes them to have a mental breakdown while in the renowned city. Around a dozen Japanese suffer this illness and have to be returned to their home country.
6. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
People with ADHD are unable to pay attention to anything. ADHD is a disorder that has been becoming most well-known in recent years. People with ADHD have trouble concentrating on tasks and can be hyperactive or impulsive. But it isn’t true, as it sometimes seems, that people with ADHD just cannot pay attention. Many of them can pay attention to something the genuinely interesting. They have to learn to deal with all the other interesting stimuli and keep most of their attention on what is important.
7. Stendhal Syndrome
Stendhal Syndrome (It is named after the famous 19th century French author Stendhal during his 1817 visit to Florence, Italy) is a psychosomatic illness that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, uncertainty and even hallucinations when an individual is exposed to art. When the art is particularly ‘beautiful’ or a large amount of art is in a single place. The term can also be used to describe a similar response to an excess of choice in other conditions, e.g. when confronted with immense beauty in the natural world.
8. Selective Mutism
These people either reject to speak at all or they have been disturbed in the past. Two possible reasons for not speaking to others is that either they are afraid to speak or are suffering from social nervousness disorder and find this thing as a final option to secure themselves from other people.
9. Fregoli Delusion
The exact opposite of the Capgras delusion the Fregoli delusion is an uncommon disorder in which a person holds a delusional belief that different people are in fact a single person who changes appearance or is in disguise. The condition is named after the Italian actor Leopoldo Fregoli who was renowned for his ability to make rapid changes of appearance during his stage act.
10. Reduplicative Paramnesia
Reduplicative paramnesia is the delusional belief that a place or location has been duplicated existing in two or more places at the same time or it has been ‘relocated’ to another place. For example, a person may believe that they are in fact not in the hospital to which they were admitted, but an identical looking hospital in a different part of the country, despite this being obviously false. The term ‘reduplicative paramnesia’ was first used in 1903 by the Czechoslovakian neurologist Arnold Pick to express a condition in a patient with suspected Alzheimer’s disease who insisted that she had been moved from Pick’s city clinic, to one she claimed looked the same but was in a familiar community. To explain the discrepancy she further claimed that Pick and the medical staff worked at both locations.