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Biomedical therapies are physical or medical treatments such as drug treatment, electroconvulsive treatment (electroshock), or surgery treatment (i.e lobotomy) that are used to cure psychological or …

Biomedical therapies are physical or medical treatments such as drug treatment, electroconvulsive treatment (electroshock), or surgery treatment (i.e lobotomy) that are used to cure psychological or emotional conditions.

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  • 1. Biomedical therapies are physiological interventions that focus on the reduction of symptoms associated with psychological disorders. Three procedures used are drug therapies, electroconvulsive (shock) treatment, and psychosurgery.
  • 2. Biomedical therapies are physiological interventions that focus on the reduction of symptoms associated with psychological disorders. Three procedures used are drug therapies, electroconvulsive (shock) treatment, and psychosurgery.  Mental Diseases and Treatments  Age Related Diseases and Treatments  HIV Prevention and Treatments
  • 3. Psychotherapeutic Drugs  Antianxiety Drugs  Antidepressants  Antipsychotics
  • 4. Chronic diarrhea or constipation Sleep disturbances Eczema and rashes Behaviour (self-stimulating , tics, aggression and self-injurious) Frequent illness or immune dysregulation
  • 5.  Enhancement in receptive, expressive and spontaneous language development  Increase in vocabulary, language complexity and appropriate use of language  Increased social awarenesss, interaction and appropriate play  Cognition, understanding and learning  Eye contact and responsiveness