Apoplexy and Cognitive behavioural Therapy

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The term “Apoplexy” is associated with being “furious” accompanied by stroke.Apoplexy mainly was referred to any sudden death that began with a sudden loss of consciousness, especially one in which the victim died within a matter of seconds after losing consciousness. Cognitive- behavioural therapy is an effective treatment for depression.

Study the article “Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Health Anxiety Disorder: A Case Report of a Japanese Male Suffering the After Effects of Apoplexy and Attempted Suicide” in “International Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatry”.   Submit your valuable submissions before 25th may,2017 for journal’s issue release.


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