|International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience is one among the best scholarly journals in Psychosis. All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) CrossRef and are freely accessed using PubMed, MEDLINE, PscycINFO, and EBSCO. Science articles represent the collaborative efforts of many scientists and scholars from various disciplines.
Psychosis is a serious mental disorder characterized by thinking and emotions that are so impaired, that they indicate that the person experiencing them has lost contact with reality. Psychosis affects three out of every 100 people. It is most likely to be diagnosed in young adults, but psychosis can happen to anyone. Each case of Psychosis is different, and the exact cause is not always entirely clear. There are also triggers like drug use, lack of sleep, and other environmental factors. Illnesses that can cause Psychosis include brain diseases such as Parkinsons disease, Huntingtons disease, and some chromosomal disorders, brain tumors or cysts, dementia (including Alzheimers disease), some types of epilepsy, stroke, HIV, syphilis, and other infections that attack the brain