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Cognitive Disorders

A Special Report collection on the effect of illness and treatment on cognition. Image ©Shutterstock.com

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Cognitive problems have historically been the last to be recognized and treated. The Psychiatric Times Special Report on Cognitive Disorders turns the tables on that notion.

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What effects do illness and treatment have on cognition? Here's a deep dive.

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Functional mood stability can be attained with lithium therapy, but guidelines on how to get there have become increasingly sophisticated.

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Personal enhancements (eg, cosmetic surgery) have gained societal acceptance, but cognitive enhancement poses significant ethical, philosophical, and sociopolitical issues.

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Targeted mineral supplementation has the potential to augment treatment response and yield improvement in clinical symptoms.

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Integrative psychiatry helps us push deeper into the testing of metabolic, gut, and brain features, which seems more fitting, given our role as physicians.

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These methods facilitate deep rest, help reset circadian rhythm, and release endogenous opioids and cannabinoids that help reduce anxiety and enhance a sense of well-being for people with PTSD.

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