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Cognition is the ability of your brain to think, to process and store information, to solve problems. Cognition is a high level of behaviour unique to humans. Cognitive Disorders is a disorder where a limitation of cognitive functioning is the main feature.
List of Cognitive Disorders
|Cognitive Disorder||Short Description|
|Amnestic Disorder||The amnestic disorders is the disorder that involve loss of memories previously established, loss of the ability to create new memories, or loss of the ability to learn new information.|
|Cognitive Disorder NOS||
Cognitive Disorder NOS (not otherwise specified) is diagnosed when a patient has a syndrome of cognitive impairment that does not meet the criteria for delerium, dementia or amnestic disorders. They are often due to a specific medical condition and/or a pharmacological reaction.
|Huntington's Disease||Huntington's Disease is a very very rare Genetic disorder which occurs due to brain cell degeration.|
|Mental Retardation||Mental Retardation is the common term given to all the brain disorders which makes the brain react abnormally in different scenarios or conditions.|
|Parkinson's Disease||Parkinson's disease is a disease of brain nerves which thereby affect the muscle movement and muscle control.|
Facts and Tips about Cognitive Disorders
- Cognitive disorders common mental disorders affect cognitive functions, mainly memory processing, perception and problem solving.
- Cognitive disorders are lead to some common disorder such as amnesia, dementia and delirium. Others include anxiety disorders for example phobias, panic disorders, anxiety, stress.
- Organ failure, infection, tumor, kidneys and nerves disorder, side effects of medication and drugs etc. which are some cause of cognitive disorder.
- Awareness, problem in perception, reasoning, memory and judgment, schizophrenia and delusional disorder these are symptoms of this disorder.
- Risk factor of this disorder such as advanced cancer or other serious illness, having more than one disease, dementia, and low levels of albumin protein in the blood, infection, taking medications that affect the mind or behavior.
- Some tips for treating this disorder for example putting the patient in a quiet, well-lit room with familiar objects, placing a clock or calendar where the patient can see it, reducing noise.
I have a sibling who I believe has some sort of perceptive disorder. She believe,always that she's being wronged by family and basically, our relationship it seems, needs to be on her terms. She seems almost "paranoid" about certain people and gossip because she's intensely private. - Carol