Author:
Jan Scholten
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5.9

Dissociation syndrome

Introduction
Every remedy has his own picture, but all pictures have some things in common. One obvious thing is unhappiness, all problem make the patient unhappy in one way or another. The same can be sad for frustration, sadness, anger and disbelieve.
One strong aspect of disease that it brings on a state of dissociation. One is not completely in the here and now anymore, but involved with the problem. The problem attracts the attention, leading one away from the here and now. The concentration is diminished, one makes mistakes, is distracted, can go to daydreaming and have persistent thoughts on the problem or related subjects.

Symptoms
Absent-minded
Absent-minded, reading
Daydreaming
Concentration difficult
Concentration difficult, reading
Concentration difficult, studying
Concentration difficult, talking
Concentration impossible
Confusion
Confusion, reading
Confusion, talking
Confusion, writing
Delusions
Delusions, reading
Dullness
Forgetful
Mistakes making
Mistakes making, reading
Mistakes making, talking
Mistakes making, writing
Senses confused
Talk mistakes
Thoughts intruding
Thoughts persistent
Thoughts vanishing
Thoughts wandering