The medical treatment of such patients can include hospitalization and psychosocial Hospitalization of patients with severe Narcissistic Personality takes place recurrently. In favor of some, for instance, the patients who are fairly brash or self-destructive this is the consequence of Axis I signs which are superimposed upon the behavioral disorder. Hospitalizations are supposed to be short, and the treatment definite to the speciﬁc symptom concerned. (Links, Stockwell; 2-3)
The other treatment for such patients is the Psychosocial Treatment. Narcissistic patients attempt to maintain a figure of perfection and individual superiority for themselves and try to represent that image to the society as well. Poor health may explode this fantasy, and a patient may be unable to find the emotion of security essential for a definite sense of self. This loss triggers a frightening emotion inside the patient and he begins to feel that his world is falling apart. This emotion leads to poor mental health and a sense of self-disintegration in the patient. Professionals ought to communicate a sentiment of respect and regard the patient's emotion of self-importance so that the patient can reinstate a rational sense of self, but they have to simultaneously evade reinforcing any pathologic lavishness which can also lead to the denial of this disorder or flaw. A preliminary exhibit of support subsequently step-by-step management of the patient's vulnerabilities can make the patient manage and cure his illness with emotions of superior personal strength. The amplified self-confidence may lessen the patients want to confront the medical team in a mistaken attempt at psychological self-protection and relieve the stress to offer ideal care since the patient's aggressive emotions of power is reduced.