Schizophrenia Causes Symptoms and Treatment

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"SCHIZOPHRENIA Schizophrenia Causes Symptoms and Treatment Symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia How do I know if I have schizophrenia?

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Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by abnormal social behavior and lack of recognition of reality.
Common symptoms include false beliefs, unclear or fuzzy thinking, auditory hallucinations, low sociability, reduced emotional expression and lack of motivation.

People with schizophrenia may experience hallucinations (mainly auditory), delusions (often bizarre or persecutory), and disorganized thinking and speech. .
Carelessness in dress, poor hygiene, lack of motivation and loss of judgment are common in schizophrenia.
The decline in sociability is linked to schizophrenia and paranoia symptoms. Social isolation commonly occurs.
Usually they include flat expressions or little emotion, poverty of speech, inability to experience pleasure, lack of desire to form relationships, and motivation.
Unfortunately people with schizophrenia fail to accept that they have the disease or fail to follow recommended treatment.

The causes
They believe that genetic and environmental factors are responsible.
The greatest risk for developing schizophrenia is to have a first-degree relative with the disease.
Environmental factors associated with the development of schizophrenia include living conditions, drug abuse and prenatal stress factors.
The style of parenting seem to have important effects, although people who have grown up with judgmental or hostile parents are more likely to develop the disease.

Initial symptoms may include:
· Feeling irritable or tense
· Difficulty concentrating
· Difficulty sleeping
As the disease continues, the person may have problems with thinking, emotions and behavior,
The symptoms are:
· Hearing or seeing things that are not there (hallucinations)
· Isolation
· Decreased emotion
· Problems paying attention
· strongly held beliefs that are not true (delusions).
· Pay close attention to esoteric or occult themes
· Speak in a way that does not make sense
· Thoughts that ""jump"" between different topics (""loose associations"")
The treatment
Antipsychotic drugs are the most effective treatment for schizophrenia. Psychotherapy must accompany psychopharmacological treatments.

Another preventive measure is to avoid drugs that have been associated with the development of the disease, including marijuana, cocaine and amphetamines.

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