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Increased Reactivity to Psychical Stimuli Due to Mental Illness
Psychical Profiling consists of analyzing the various mental and physical characteristics possessed by experients of specific psychical phenomena. This profiling method is utilized to assess experients of psychical phenomena and propose direction in the way of psychical and psychophysiological wellbeing and enhancement via their assessment results.
A wide array of acute and chronic mental illnesses can result In the non-functionality of psychical phenomena. Overwhelming psychical phenomena exists in both extrasensory perception-based phenomena and psychokinetic-based phenomena and effects are typically described as bothersome, concerning, alarming, or downright terrifying.
Psychological effects vary per profile, but allow an experient a generalized list of what to be on the lookout for. There are many cross-associated illnesses (apparent in more than one profile) such as depression and anxiety.
Whether the psychological condition is the result of the psychical instability, or the psychical instability is the result of the psychological condition is unclear, but treating the psychological condition appears to treat the psychical instability every time.
While it may seem as simple as treating the condition to regain psychical stability, it is never that simple, because the condition and the instability perpetuate each other leaving the experient with little hope in improving their mental and psychical well-being.
At such a point the experient may adjust their lives accordingly to the condition and instability (e.g. become reclusive, work from home). Even though such changes may appear to be necessary, the experient will soon find that their choices have exacerbated both the condition and psychical instability.
Ideally, experients should address the condition and instability as soon as they emerge. This typically involves a psychotherapy based approach, which aims to treat the condition through techniques designed to reinforce desired behaviors and eliminate undesired behaviors. This type of psychotherapy is known as Behavior Therapy.