What Is Psychosis?
Psychosis is a set of symptoms that affect the mind. Those who experience it lose touch with reality. Find out what causes psychotic episodes and what treatments might help.
Some people who take drugs to treat schizophrenia and other mental health disorders have uncontrolled, jerky movements of the face and body. It’s called tardive dyskinesia. Find out what causes it and how it's treated.
Schizophrenia and Your Brain
When you have schizophrenia, what goes on inside your brain? Several things, including loss of brain tissue.
What Is Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome?
Drugs used to treat schizophrenia and other mental health illnesses can cause a rare but serious reaction. Learn what neuroleptic malignant syndrome is and how it's treated.
Guide to Psychiatry and Counseling
WebMD explains the differences among psychiatry, psychology, counseling, and therapy, and what to expect from each
Resources for Military Families
WebMD provides a list of resources for military families facing challenges that affect their health and well being.
Bipolar II Disorder
WebMD explains bipolar II disorder -- also known as manic depression. Plus, symptoms, treatments, and how bipolar II is different from other types of bipolar disorder.
Get the facts about bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, including symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatments.
Bipolar Disorder Treatment Overview
Learn about bipolar disorder treatment, including therapy and drugs for mania, depression, and maintenance.
Maintenance Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Many people with bipolar disorder require maintenance therapy. Learn more about the drugs that are used to prevent mania and depression.