Psychosis is a mental disorder that causes people to perceive or interpret things differently from those around them. This can include hallucinations or delusions. Other symptoms include incoherent or illogical speech and behavior that is inappropriate for the situation.
A person with a psychotic episode may also experience depression, anxiety, sleep problems, social isolation, lack of motivation, and general difficulty functioning.
This week, police in Los Angeles, in the United States, sent a woman for a psychological evaluation after the young woman stormed the runway of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and attempted to stop a plane that had already shut down.
According to the authorities, after crossing the door of Terminal 1 – at 6:30 pm – last Monday (29), the woman – without permission – passed a door giving access to the runway and the security alarm was triggered.
Airport officials chased after her and prevented al-Ghazi from reaching other parts of the site. After they stopped her, agents searched her bag and found nothing.
The girl was taken to a local hospital for treatment for minor injuries and the local police ordered the girl to undergo a psychological evaluation to understand the reasons why she stormed the tarmac.
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