Constantly struggling to keep your emotions at bay, mood swings, and insecurity may indicate Borderline personality disorder.
Early diagnosis is essential to managing it successfully.
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Borderline personality disorder or BPD is a mental health condition that can affect the way how individuals see themselves, how they relate to others and how they behave. These experiences can bring in long-term patterns of unstable or turbulent emotions often leading to impulsivity and chaotic relationships with the people close to them.
Symptoms can include:
Indulging in risky behaviours like gambling sprees or substance abuse
Intense fear of being abandoned
Repeated acts of self-harm
Short but intense episodes of anxiety or depression
Feelings of self-hate and self-loathing
Difficulty controlling emotions or impulses
The diagnosis of borderline personality disorder is usually based on the following:
Detailed interview regarding medical history and examinations with your mental healthcare provider
Psychological evaluation, where you might be asked to fill in questionnaires
Discussion of signs and symptoms
Recovering from borderline personality disorder is possible, and there are a few treatment options to help and treat BPD.
Dialectical behaviour therapy
Schema focused therapy
Transference focused psychotherapy
Certain medications can also be administered to reduce the symptoms associated with BPD, such as
Antipsychotics: Antipsychotic drugs are seen to be effective in reducing symptoms such as anger, hostility, paranoia, dissociation, etc.
Mood stabilisers: These medications can stabilise brain chemicals that control behaviour and emotional temperament.
Antidepressants: Antidepressants are quite helpful to reduce symptoms like low mood, emotional instability, self-harm and impulsivity.
Everything that we do here is majorly focused on patient experience and clinical expertise. We understand that individuals have their unique needs, so we develop personalised treatment plans for everyone.
We deliver collaborative care. We work in collaboration with psychiatrists, physicians, mental health care team and your loved ones to deliver the best possible care.
We aim at making every visit of yours to our clinic a pleasurable experience. We help you fight your condition effectively by making you feel at home.
We know how tough it is to deal with borderline personality disorders and make the right choices for well-being. Our goal is to ensure that every resident receives support and reinforcement in areas of distress tolerance, reality acceptance skills, interpersonal skills and emotional regulation skills.
At Cadabams, we provide clean, modern, fully furnished accommodations with all the necessary creature comforts.
Kitchen and dining hall, laundry facilities, indoor games area, yoga and meditation hall, outdoor games area for cricket, badminton, Round the clock psychiatrist and counsellor support, 24×7 ambulance on demand.
Our everyday menu is curated by Dieticians aimed at providing healthy and nutritious and tasty meals to satisfy everyone’s palate.
Recreation facilities such as TV, sports, gym, picnics and outings and more.
People with BPD can have difficulty in:
Making or keeping relationships
Get on with people at work
Get on with friends and family
Keep out of trouble
Control one’s own feeling and behaviour
Cluster A: Odd and Eccentric
In the fantasy world
Cluster B: Dramatic and Erratic
Cluster C: Anxious and Fearful
A feeling of insecurity and inferiority
Perfectionist and rigid
Sensitive to criticism
Dependent on others
Some class of drugs help control some of the symptoms of personality disorders. Generally, the classes of drugs used are
Anti Psychotics (Especially in Cluster A)
Anti Depressants (Especially in Cluster B and C)
Mood stabilizers (To help impulsivity and aggression)