SUIDEPRECANDI DELIRIUM

SUIDEPRECANDI DELIRIUM
[ SOO-UH-DEP-RI-KAN-DEE   DƏˈLIRĒƏM/]
N. A COMMUNICABLE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDER CHARACTERIZED BY OBSESSIVE NEGATIVE AND SELF-DEPRECATING THOUGHT AND SPEECH SPECIFICALLY REGARDING THE INFLICTED PERSONS' LOCALE AND GEOGRAPHIC COMMUNITY. 

Below is an excerpt from the Journal for Community Based Communicable Disorders on causation of accelerated manifestations, clinical evidence of cranial damage over time, communicability of the disorder, and proven treatments and therapies for recovery from Suideprecandi Delirium.

"Scientists have witnessed Suideprecandi Delirium act almost like a cognitive virus, resulting in the patient to actively engage in damaging social behavior.  The social nature of its manifestation gives the condition exponential communicable success in susceptible persons in real or virtual proximity. The behavioral manifestations, namely negative or self-deprecating speech about the persons own community and those who reside there, become accelerated by the use of social media because it connects other disordered persons, in turn, building the cognitive dissonance with little interference from rationale.  The work of many psychologists in studying Negativity Bias has built a solid foundation which supports the efficacy of this delirium disorder. Studies have also found that increased susceptibility has a direct correlation with persons who are found to have illusory superiority, a cognitive bias otherwise known as the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

Once symptoms have been correctly determined to be caused by the disorder we typically see the patient's social behavior spiral out of control with compounding symptoms such as incoherent babbling, loathing, apathy or rejection of communal improvements, and an increased delight in conspiracy theories. When left untreated the culmination of behavioral changes have a devastating lasting effect on the individual's overall cognitive functions and brain health. Researchers used MRI scans of patients suffering from Suideprecandi Delirium to develop an understanding of its effects on the brain over time. What was discovered is astonishing and worrying. They found that over time, due to hyper-acceleration of neuronal processing associated with negative thought and speech pathways, their interconnectedness to learning and memory become noticeably damaged.

Clinical studies have confirmed that the best treatment remains to be a combination of social media detoxification or cleanse and meditative therapies exercising the left prefrontal cortex for positive thought making and the hypothalamus for grateful and thankful thought making."

- Dr. Mae Kup, Greenville Borough Clinic of Suideprecandi Disorders 

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- Dr. Mae Kup, Greenville Borough Clinic of Suideprecandi Disorders