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Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

While the causes of unspecified cognitive disorder are not known, the symptoms usually include memory difficulties, as well as various emotional and psychological problems. Because there are some unknowns, there are serious risks associated with a cognitive disorder that is unspecified. Here at GoMentor.com, we understand the risks, which is why have partnered up with professional therapists to help with the symptoms, even if the exact cause of the cognitive problems is not known. Before showing how you can get help with unspecified cognitive disorder, here are some other facts that you should know.

Symptoms of Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

As with other cognitive disorders, the symptoms of this disorder center around problems with memory. In addition to possible amnesia, other symptoms like poor judgment, cloudy reasoning, depression or other emotional problems may appear. If they do, it is important to get a proper diagnosis so that treatment can be given. If left untreated, unspecified cognitive disorder can lead to serious physical as well as psychological problems. Major depression is just one possible consequence.

Risks Associated with Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

Because the exact cause of the cognitive thinking and memory problems is not known, there are many surprises that may appear during the course of dealing with unspecified cognitive disorder. Besides the unknown nature of this disorder, there are the symptoms themselves, which could get worse if left untreated. For example, cloudy reasoning could lead to any number of dangerous situations that end in harm.  Because of the dangers that come with unspecified cognitive disorder, getting treatment should be a top priority.

Treatment for Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

The unspecified nature of this cognitive disorder can make it even more difficult to deal with for some people. We understand that here at GoMentor.com, which is why we have developed online therapy that combines therapists who specialize in cognitive disorders with counseling on the Internet. This powerful combination of psychotherapy and technology make the symptoms of unspecified cognitive disorder a little easier to deal with. Cognitive-behavior therapy is another important part of the overall treatment of unspecified cognitive disorder. No matter how severe the symptoms, there is a good chance the online therapy here at GoMentor.com will be able to help.

Definition of Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

Unspecified cognitive disorder affects the cognitive thinking ability as well as memory due to unknown causes. Symptoms include trouble with memory, learning difficulties, as well as other psychological problems. Counseling and therapy are two recommended ways to treat unspecified cognitive disorder.

Symptoms of / Reasons for Unspecified Cognitive Disorder

  • Memory problems
  • Emotional problems
  • Poor judgment
  • Cloudy reasoning
  • Depression
  • Irritability

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Diane Lillis
Diane Lillis
Solihull / Birmingham West Midlands Counsellor/Therapist Book session View profile
Many of the people I have seen for counselling have talked about how difficult it was to pick up the phone and make contact. They have also said how much easier it was than they expected. Contact me now and see for yourself. Diane
Camilla Poncia
Camilla Poncia
Finmere Coach , Psychologist Book session View profile
I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. Experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults from all backgrounds and cultures.
Henck Van Bilsen
Henck Van Bilsen
Hertford Psychologist Book session View profile
Depression, Anxiety, Addictions, Personality Problems or Eating Disorders, I can teach YOU to become your own best therapist.
Face2face session in the UK and Portugal.
Telephone/video conference sessions worldwide.
Dennis McCarthy
Dennis McCarthy
Southall Counsellor/Therapist Book session View profile
Let me help you get to where you need to be. Only you will know what hurts, what worries, what scares and what you truly need.
Hayley Daniels-Lake
Hayley Daniels-Lake
Luton Coach , Psychotherapist , Counsellor/Therapist Book session View profile
I offer counselling, CBT and coaching.

A session with me will enable you to make the changes you need to lead the kind of life you always dreamed of, free from all the things that are currently holding you back.
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