Pseudobulbar affect (PBA), emotional lability, labile affect, or emotional
incontinence refers to a neurologic disorder characterized by involuntary crying
or uncontrollable ... An affected individu...
Oct 18, 2011 ... While the exact causes of the disorder are not fully understood, ... expert on PBA,
says that one of the reasons why PBA is misunderstood is that it's so ..... Lifestyle
Interventions in Mental Health · Recovering From “Cry It Out” ...
But when you start to feel like you need to cry for what feels like no reason, it may
be a ... There are millions of people living with anxiety disorders that are able to
handle .... I have a question about anxiety or mental health - can you answer it?
Anxiety, PMS, depression, thyroid problems and more health conditions can ...
get weepy for no apparent reason, this list can help you decode the health issue
.... btw I have seen the chief head office of mental health in the uk last Thursday
May 11, 2014 ... If you or someone you know shows any of the following warning signs, contact a
mental health professional right away or go to the emergency ...
... swings, laughing more than you normally would or crying at the smallest thing,
you may be suffering from bipolar disorder. ... Bipolar disorder is no one's […].
Mental health can affect the way we think, feel, act, make decisions, relate to
others ... in sleeping and eating patterns; Crying a lot for no reason; Feeling
Aug 8, 2014 ... Crying Spells. Sufferers may find themselves crying frequently for no apparent
reason. Find out other causes of uncontrollable crying. ... National Institute of
Mental Health. Retrieved August 26 ... Bipolar Disorder. What You ...
Feb 25, 2016 ... On almost every emotional stress I react with crying. ... It begins for no reason and
continues, like a coughing fit, and won't stop .... However I still cry more than I
think is necessary, and I'm looking for either mental, medical, ...
Dec 21, 2015 ... Once the person starts to cry or laugh they may find it nearly impossible to stop. ...
PBA is a neurologic disease, not a mental health disorder.