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"Phytobiophysics Flower Formulas stabilise emotions and create harmony. They encourage the body’s own innate ability to heal on a very profound level."

Diana Mossop

Nervous Breakdown

Definition

Nervous breakdown is a term used in reference to a wide range of mental illnesses. Nervous breakdown is definitely not a medical or clinical term; and nor does it pertain to any specific type of mental disorder. In general, the term describes an episode of extreme emotional distraught or an event in which a person displays symptoms of various mental illnesses.

Diagnosis

A nervous breakdown is not a clinical diagnosis.

Symptoms and Signs

The term nervous breakdown is often used to describe situations that demonstrate extreme emotional stress or agitation. In most cases, what is described as a "nervous breakdown" is actually severe depression, which may manifest with the following symptoms: agitation or restlessness; difficulty or inability to stop crying; insomnia or sleeping difficulties; significant appetite changes; general indecision in everyday function. Other signs commonly associated with nervous breakdown are: disinterest in family life, or work; alienation from previously close friends and family; paranoia; thoughts of grandeur or invincibility; delusions; suicidal tendencies; aggressive or violent behavior; flashbacks of previous traumatic events; drug or alcohol abuse; and inability to pursue a normal life, normal activities or normal relationships.

Causes

The cause of a nervous breakdown, or mental illnesses in general, is not clear. However, some factors may play a role, including: drug and alcohol use; emotional and psychological stress; underlying medical conditions; and genetics.

Testimonials

We have a growing number of testimonials from patients who want to spread the word about Phytobiophysics.

I first visited Diana in 1990 having being told by my Doctor that there was nothing else than could do to help me get rid of the Glandular Fever I had been suffering with for several years. It is a very debilitating illness so I w…

I was recommended to Dame Diana Mossop by my reflexoiogist. I am 30 years old and have been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis for at least 7 years. For a while this was kept under control with medication which included steroi…

When I visited you a month ago I was suffering from serious Oedema, my ankles were very swollen – I take Lisinopril for my heart and my doctor prescribed water tablets. Unfortunately they made me feel so ill I did not wont to t…

After three sessions of consultation with Diana Mossop my son is beginning to improve from his Autism Dear doctor Diana Thank you for you message. Giulio started the school and we have a good progress. Giulio is reading s…

I writing this letter firstly as a THANK YOU and secondly to tell you how you have changed my life and the life of my baby daughter M???. When M??? was born she seemed to cry all the time and the Hospital and my doctor put this…

Francesca and I work in reception at The Berkeley Clinic and we are in a privileged position to see Diana’s patients come and each time they do, you can see the improvement and the patients always speak highly of Diana and Anthony…

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Diana Mossop was commissioned as an Officer in the WRAC in 1966 and served mostly in the Far East where by the age of just 24 she was promoted to Captain and was appointed as Commanding Officer of the WRAC in Hong Kong.