woman hysteria

Hysteria was first put forward by Hippocrates and was used to express some spiritual and physical changes related to the progenitor bed as it was more frequent in women. Hysteria is a Greek word meaning “womb”. Freud thought that the cause of the hysteria was not the womb, that it was mental problems, and since then only the hysterical term has been used to describe a certain type of human. Psychiatry is now rarely used because it is a very debated and very unclear concept.
Hysterical memory, bilingual, intelligence, movement and perception disorders are very diverse. Movement disorders such as paralysis, partial tremor, tremor, non-speech (dysphonia), usually sensory loss at the bottom, or perception such as blindness and deafness, as well as perception of personal events (amnesia) or forgetting their identity, leaving the home or work unconscious Disorders are hysterical symptoms.
Character traits such as attention-grabbing, liveliness, egoism, addiction and a tendency to emotional reaction are very common in hysterical types.

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