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Hysterical Neurosis, Conversion Type and Receiving SSDI

Do you have Hysterical Neurosis?  You may find yourself in circumstances or a situation where you are afraid to speak. Then, after the situation has ended, you find that you have lost your voice and are not able to talk. What has happened to you? What is going on? It may be that you have a neurological disorder that is referred to as hysterical neurosis, conversion type. This is a disorder that is characterized by physical symptoms being unconsciously brought about by a stressful or traumatic situation. Hysterical neurosis, conversion type is one of several different psychological disorders that is known as a somatoform disorder. A somatoform disorder is a psychological disorder that is evidenced by physical symptoms, which do no have any apparent physical cause. Hysterical neurosis, conversion type is referred to in other ways. It is also known as Briquet’s syndrome and conversion disorder. It is good to know that hysterical neurosis, conversion type is a rare disorder. While this disorder may begin at any age, it usually starts from late childhood to early adulthood. According to estimates, women outnumber men with this psychological disorder by as much as 6 to 1. The specific cause of hysterical neurosis, conversion type is not yet known. Researchers think that the area of your brain that controls your muscles and senses may have a part in causing the disorder. They theorize that hysterical neurosis, conversion type could be your brain’s way of coping with what appears to be a threat. There are risk factors that may increase your risk of developing hysterical neurosis, conversion type. These include: The signs and symptoms of hysterical neurosis, conversion type usually involve your movement or senses. The disorder may affect things, such as your ability to hear, see, swallow or walk. It should be noted that the signs and symptoms of hysterical neurosis, conversion type are involuntary. This means that you have no control over them. You do not consciously pretend to have or act out these signs and symptoms.

Signs and Symptoms of Hysterical Neurosis

The signs and symptoms of hysterical neurosis, conversion type usually appear suddenly after a stressful or traumatic event or situation. There are several different signs and symptoms that are possible with this disorder. Some of these are: