Psychological Disorders

As a result of their increasing spread, mental disorders have a significant impact on modern society and represent an ever greater challenge.

Despite this, they still do not receive the attention they deserve in public opinion, in the world of work and within the family. It is not uncommon for the patient to be blamed for his disorder or even considered lazy or irresponsible.

This happens because mental illness is often perceived as less real and, in most cases, much less recognized and accepted than a physical illness.

Eating disorders

It has happened to all of us, at least once in our life, to look in the mirror, not to like us and to think about dieting or losing weight, but this is normal! So what's the difference between a normal concern and an eating disorder?

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Anxiety disorders

The word anxiety, from the Latin angere or "tighten", communicates very well the feeling of unease experienced by those who suffer from it. Since it is a word that is often used in everyday language we see specifically what it is really about.

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Feeling a little sad from time to time is normal. But when the sense of emptiness and despair remains day after day and does not hint at diminishing it could be a more serious problem.

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Gambling Disorder

Game, fate, challenge, leisure have been part of human pleasures since ancient times. Just think of ancient roman saying "Panem et circenses" (Bread and games). But what's the difference between a common gambler from a problematic one?

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