The cause of BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder)

The exact cause of BPD can not be known. It is estimated that a history of abuse or torture of childhood has associated with the occurrence of BPD. Another thing that is also associated with BPD is genetic. According to some studies, a history of personality disorder that is owned by one family member likely to be inherited through genes to other family members. Some research also suggests changes in several areas in the brain, especially that helps maintain the emotional side, aggression, and impulsive person can be attributed to the emergence of BPD condition. In addition, a decrease in the function of chemicals in the brain, such as serotonin, are also associated with BPD. Serotonin function control mood (mood). Certain personality traits can also be a risk factor for the development of BPD. For example, a person with an aggressive and impulsive personality. Handling BPD through psychotherapy such as dual diagnosis treatment centers are intended to help people have a more stable life and directing aspects of his life for the better. Psychotherapy is also called talk therapy is a fundamental approach in the treatment of BPD to help people understand this condition and focusing on current capabilities. Psychotherapy is also aimed at helping people with BPD in arranging the sides emotions that make her uncomfortable, recognise themselves and control they feel about themselves and others.

Usually, the doctor will do an interview to ask about these things while looking at your medical records. In addition, the doctor will perform a psychological evaluation, including instructing you to fill out questionnaires. BPD diagnosis commonly found in patients aged adults, this is due to the condition of BPD may decrease with age children. Psychotherapy is intended to train people to recognise and analyse his own feelings. Patients are also expected to reduce impulsive feelings, such as anger arising from the situation. Therefore, it can reduce the rude behaviour and ultimately improve the quality of social relationships. BPD recovery process is likely to require considerable time and therapy done can last for months to years. Consult with a mental health professional who has experience with BPD can help patients develop his personality to a better direction.