A condition that contributes to death, researchers have called give-up-itis (“the state of the surrendered person”).
British scientists from the University of Portsmouth have found the cause of death that can cause changes in the brain, leading eventually to death for no apparent reason.
These changes can lead to psychological trauma. A condition that contributes to death, researchers have called give-up-itis (“the state of the surrendered person”).
This condition occurs when people believe that the situation in which he found himself, is hopeless. He is not inclined to suicide, but in his brain changes, leading to progressive psychological exhaustion.
Researchers have identified several stages give-up-itis. First, a person avoids social contracts, then he has apathy and abulia (lack of desire to engage in any activity). Man refuses to eat, ceases to care for themselves. At this point other people can help that person to get out of this state.
Abulia turns into a mental akinesia, when the person ceases to react to pain and does not avoid traumatic action of external factors. After 3 or 4 days comes psychogenic death.
Scientists claim that this condition can be avoided by physical activity and at least partial control over the situation from the other person. This leads to the production of dopamine, which improves the patient’s condition.
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