Examples of psychosis in a Sentence
The patient suffers from some kind of psychosis.
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Studies have found small increases in the likelihood of having a baby that goes on to develop autism, bipolar disorder, or psychosis as paternal age goes up (above age 45).
Throughout, Brandeis’ unsparing, poetic language captures the juxtaposition of love and damage, psychosis and creativity.
Afterward, she was taken to a psychiatric unit at St. Joseph Medical Center, where she was diagnosed psychosis and suicidal ideation.
Resnick testified that Plackowska began experiencing psychosis several weeks after the death of her father back in her native Poland.
That, in turn, unleashed a six-month psychosis that left her aggressive, out of touch with reality and unable to communicate with people.
Another patient with a transgender partner and no prior mental health issues experienced an episode of psychosis brought on, according to the doctor, by overwhelming fear for the future.
The tensions set loose by this situation lead not only to brutal exchanges, but to a series of the most nakedly savage, laceratingly honest speeches about America's racial psychosis that I've heard uttered on a stage.
In more severe cases (known as postpartum psychosis), a woman may also experience disorientation, paranoia, hallucinations, prolonged sleep disturbances and thoughts of harming herself or her child.
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Origin and Etymology of psychosis
First Known Use: 1847See Words from the same year
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