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What is Apathy?

Description of the Disease

Apathy is a state of passivity, indifference, and lack of interest in the surrounding world. A person becomes detached, indifferent to what is happening around them and their own problems. In a medical context, apathy is considered a mental disorder that arises as a result of various factors.


  • Primitive apathy (complete apathy and unwillingness to do anything)
  • Difficult unwillingness (lack of desire to solve problems)
  • Partial unwillingness (partial intermittent state)


  • Negative attitude towards others
  • Absence of emotional response
  • Mental and physical fatigue
  • Lack of interest in life


Apathy can be caused by various factors, such as depression, stress, chronic fatigue, dissatisfaction with life, as well as various illnesses and brain disorders.


The diagnosis of apathy involves talking to the patient, analyzing their emotional and mental state, as well as examining them for other mental disorders.


Treatment of apathy may include pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, lifestyle changes, physical exercises, regular activity, and self-care.


To prevent apathy, it is recommended to lead an active lifestyle, pay attention to nutrition and sleep, maintain levels of physical activity, regularly communicate with loved ones, and seek help at the first signs of apathy.


To diagnose and treat apathy, it is advisable to consult a psychiatrist or psychotherapist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.