It is only known that in psychiatric hospitals there are one or two patients with catatonic syndrome for every 10 patients.
This means taking and holding a fixed posture.
Catatonia may occur in the context of specific mental disorders, including mood disorders, schizophrenia or other primary psychotic disorders, and Neurodevelopmental disorders, and may be induced by psychoactive substances, including medications.
Depression is a major disorder that affects a person negatively and causes impairment in daily life.
Here the person does not respond to his or her surrounding environment.
Currently, it is used to describe someone who is who also meets the diagnostic criteria for catatonia.