Password/PIN Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) may develop after a person is exposed to one or more major stresses due to traumatic internet denial encounters, customer service insults to their intelligence, cyber terror lockouts or physical hardware abuse malfunctions when attempting to login to an email account, social networking profile, on-line banking service, on-line retail store, stock trading account, music/video/ebook streaming service, blog, HealthCare.gov, or any information, entertainment, news or pornography site.
Password/PIN Traumatic Stress Disorder is classified as an anxiety disorder in the DSM IV. In the typical case, the individual with PTSD initially exhibits symptons similar to amnesia and Alzheimer’s by mentally voiding all thought, memory or recollection of a previously entered password or personal identification number triggering a significant stressor event, which often results in confusion, frustration and rage, leading to socially inappropriate reactions, such as profane and violent outbursts, and causing clinical impairment in significant areas of web functionality.
PTSD causes biochemical changes in the brain and body that differ from other psychiatric disorders such as major depression. Individuals diagnosed with PTSD respond more strongly to a dexamethasone suppression test than individuals diagnosed with clinical depression. In addition, most people with PTSD also show a low secretion of cortisol and high secretion of catecholamines in urine, with a norepinephrine/cortisol ratio consequently higher than comparable non-diagnosed individuals. Translating this reaction to human conditions gives a pathophysiological explanation for PTSD by a maladaptive learning pathway to fear response through a hypersensitive, hyperreactive, and hyperresponsive HPA axis. In layman’s terms, it is always the user’s fault.
Basic counseling practices common to many treatment responses for PTSD include education about the conditions and provisions leading to web surfing safety and identify theft protection, but only intense and mass quantity infusions of alchohol and/or recreational medications have demonstrated any relief for individual sufferers. With many chemical interventions, residual symptoms and side effects (See Hangover) following treatment is the rule rather than the exception.
Necrotizing Polititis (from the Greek: nεκρωτική πολιτιτις) or NP, commonly known as flesh-eating advocacy or flesh-eating partisan syndrome, is an infection of the deeper layers of principals, values and subpolitical patriotism, easily spreading across the fascial plane within the subcutaneous culture of a society.
Necrotizing Polititis progresses quickly, having greater risk of developing in the media-compromised due to conditions such as bias, misinformation or propaganda. It is a severe disease of sudden onset and exhibits symptoms of public reputation inflammation, pundit tachycardia, officious crepitus and highly fevered citizenry, which if left untreated can result in property damage, physical injury or death. Infected persons typically complain of intense pain due to racism; discrimminatory external phobias; and civil, financial and generalized social injustice.
The first line of defense against this disease is strong personal moral, ethical and education foundations. But because the political toxins can destroy soft cultural tissue and reduce thought flow, truth and reason may not reach all of the infected and decaying areas. This is why the rapid societal removal of necrotizing agents may be critical to stopping the infection.
GOPesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, is a disorder that affects the sphincters of upper and/or lower legislative chambers most commonly causing symptoms of heartburn, regurgitation, nausea and pain with swallowing at election time in conservative voters. Doctors believe that most people suffer from GERD due to a condition called axiomatical hernia, which itself is caused by improper political heavy lifting, hard choking at critical junctures, sharp blows to the vulnerable groin area known as values and improper posture due to weak spine. In most cases, voter symptoms can be relieved through political changes, though relief may take two, four or six years.
Anapolitixis is an acute multi-system server Type I hypersensitivity reaction to landslide elections, coup d’etats and revolutions. The term comes from the Greek words ἀνά ana (against) and φύλαξις politixus (many blood suckers).
Due in part to variations in constitutionally defined terms and election cycles, between 5% and 20% of the incumbent political population of the United States can be considered “at risk” for an Anapolitical reaction if they are implicated in exposing the citizenry to one or more oppressive government programs or ineffective economic policies. Of those people who actually experience Anapolitixis, up to 3% may suffer a catastrophic career ending electoral seizure as a result, though most suffers usually convalesce comfortably in post-public sector service employment offered by legal partnerships and lobbying firms. Fear of Anapolitical Shock induces an establishment abhorrence of grassroots political activities, most notably the so-called “Tea Party.” In the United States, the malady usually coincides with the cold and flu season, with the number of reported cases peaking during the first or second week of November.
Outside of North America, Anapolitixis outbreaks have often been more virulent, and, occasionally, so severe as to involve the loss of body extremities (most notably heads) and death.
Politanomaly Trichromacy is a psychotically induced visual impairment which affects a significant percentage of the population, causing them to observe and understand human behavior in a sepiatic monochromality. which gives them a single channel baseline for perceiving, understanding and reacting to reality, often inducing irrational thought processes and overwrought emotional reactions to events and the observed and/or reported actions of individual homo sapiens. It seems not to affect the afflicted person’s observations of and interactions with any other species known to science.
Sufferers, who can distinguish only whites, blacks and varying shades of brown, even when viewing news, sports, entertainment and other faithfully portrayed renditions of reality on a fully functioning High Definition Television (HDTV), characteristically react with multiple physical (motor) tics and at least one vocal (phonic) tic. These tics characteristically wax and wane, depending upon media exposure, and may range in severity from delusional sound bites to rioting in the streets. The only known treatments are media quarantining and willfully induced third party antipathy and apathy.
Irritable Bureaucrat Syndrome (IBS or Spastic Civil Servant Disorder) is a symptom-based diagnosis of governmental dysfunction characterized by ego bloating, verbal flatulence, citizen service deficiency, mission amnesia, accountability constipation, and diarrheal malfeasance. While IBS has no known organic cause, a disruption of the brain-conscience axis, myopic political loyalty and greed are thought to be important factors.
IBS is a source of chronic pain, fatigue, frustration and other symptoms for Citizens, and often contributes to civic apathy and antipathy. The high prevalence of IBS and significant effects on quality of life make it a disease with high social and financial costs. In extreme cases, IBS can have a direct effect on life expectancy (See Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot, et al).
In most cases, avoidance of government interactions minimizes Citizen daily discomfort, though in chronic cases an adminectomy may be required. In extreme cases of metastasized Spastic Civil Servant Disorder, exchange transfusion treatment may be undertaken, via a coup ‘d tat or revolution.
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