Postictal psychosis (PIP) occurs in certain individuals with epilepsy who’ve had various seizures in succession. It’s almost certain when you’ve had a seizure problem for quite a while or if you’ve had psychological illnesses previously.
Myxedematous psychosis may happen when your thyroid organ doesn’t function normally and is known as hypothyroidism.
Female Hormone Shifts
Even though it’s amazingly uncommon, a few women have menstrual psychosis. Out-of-balance hormones at various phases in your cycle can affect thinking and states of mind.
Menstrual psychosis can show up rapidly and can vanish quickly.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and antipsychotic medications can assist you in warding off your side effects, even with hormone levels that are difficult to control.
Symptoms of psychosis include the following manifestations. Episodes of psychosis often range from mild to severe depending on each patient’s case. However, some generalized symptoms are often seen as the following:
- depressed mood
- difficulty concentrating
- sleeping too much or not enough
- withdrawal from family and friends