Borderline Personality Disorder is a serious disorder of the mind characterized by patterns of unstable behavior, moods, functioning and self-image. The condition affects roughly 5.9 per cent of the adult human population. You can be diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPO) if you exhibit repetitive episodes of depression, anger and anxiety.
Most people who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder in Kenya often have high rates of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, substance abuse, suicidal tendencies, self-harm and actual suicide attempts among other mental disorders.
If you or your loved one develops a pattern of unstable relationships with friends, colleagues, family members and other people, ask for professional help from qualified psychologists. A person who exhibits extreme closeness or extreme dislike of some people, items and situations has symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder.
The following are commonplace signs.
Genetics, abuse and environmental factors are all possible causes of Borderline Personality Disorder in Kenya. Additionally, most research studies indicate that disruption of the hormone Serotonin actually causes the condition.
Serotonin is a chemical neurotransmitter responsible for passing signals in the cells of the brain. When its production is drastically reduced or drastically increased, the person becomes depressed, aggressive and exhibits the above symptoms.
If you suspect the disorder in any of your loved ones, it is best to find professional treatment in Kenya. A qualified psychologist in Nairobi will interview the person and conduct a series of medical examinations.
When seeking treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder, you should provide a comprehensive medical and family history of the patient. Lambert Oigara, a practicing psychologist in Nairobi maintains that co-occurrence of various mental issues can hamper diagnosis and treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder.
Psychotherapy is usually the basic treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder in Kenya. Next the mental health expert may conduct cognitive behavioral therapy to underline personal perceptions held by the patient. Other common treatments are dialectical behaviors therapy and schema-focused therapy.
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