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Adolescence Male with Psychosis: A Case Report

, Jaya Gawai, Pooja Kasturkar, Mayur Wanjari

Abstract: Introduction: An impaired relationship with reality is a hallmark of psychosis. It is a sign of a serious mental disorder. People with psychosis may have delusions or hallucinations. The way your brain processes information can be affected by psychosis. Losing touch with reality is caused by it. It's possible to see, hear, or believe things that aren't true. Psychosis is a symptom, not a disease. It can be caused by a mental or physical illness, substance abuse, or stress. This case report aims to provide nursing care for psychosis. The objectives of this case report are to identify psychosis symptoms by the nurses and to report immediately and to take action immediately and to prevent complications. Case Presentation: A 17-years adolescent male admitted at Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural Hospital Sawangi (M) Wardha with Auditory Hallucinations in psychosis since 7 (2014) years was admitted to a psychiatric ward with a chief complaint of muttering and smiling to self, decreased interaction sleep disturbance, aggressiveness. The perpetuating factors are poor drug compliance. Conclusion: The patient underwent psycho pharmacotherapy and the patient taking the medications regularly and minimized the symptoms. The relatives were informed about the prognosis and finally patient was discharged. The nurses play a vital role at the bedside and take care of psychiatric patients with auditory hallucinations effective nursing interventions for an adolescent male with auditory hallucinations in psychosis enhancing and improving patient’s mental illness who experience auditory hallucinations in psychosis.
Keywords: psychosis / auditory hallucinations / stress / adolescent male / take / mental

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