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Study of Schizophrenia ( Causes and Symptom)

Schizophrenia affects mental processes such as thinking, judgment, and sensory perception, and it affects the person’s ability to appropriately interpret and respond to situations or stimuli. It may also cause communication difficulties. Persons with schizophrenia may refuse or resist attempts to help or control the disorder.
The mean age for the first psychotic episode of people with this disorder is approximately age 21 for men and approximately age 26 for women.
Symptoms can include the following:

  • Hallucinations
  • Delusions
  • Suspiciousness
  • Withdrawal
  • Drastic changes in behavior or personality

The most difficult symptom to treat is the failure to recognize that one is ill.
Behaviors may include the following:

  1. Acute sensory sensitivity
  2. Hearing voices
  3. Relating elaborate delusions, including thinking they are someone else (even God)
  4. Paranoid delusions in which they think people are watching or persecuting them
  5. Fear that people are putting thoughts into their heads or reading their minds

In later stages, the emotions are flat, and the person may be apathetic, may remain quietly in one place for a long time or be immobile, and may perform ritualistic behaviors.
There is no cure for schizophrenia, but many medications can reduce symptoms.
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Cause and Symptom of Psychological Disorder

The precise cause of most Psychological disorders is not known, but the broad forces that shape them are biological, psychological, social, and cultural. A stressful life event, such as the diagnosis of cancer, may have a psychological effect later. There is some evidence of genetic factors involved with some types of Psychological disorders,
and a vulnerability to certain disorders can be inherited. Some mental disorders are the result of infections such as measles, encephalitis, streptococcal infections, or chronic meningitis.
Psychological Disorder are usually treatable, and early detection is very helpful in the treatment process.

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Study of Schizophrenia ( Causes and Symptom)

Schizophrenia affects mental processes such as thinking, judgment, and sensory perception, and it affects the person’s ability to appropriately interpret and respond to situations or stimuli. It may also cause communication difficulties. Persons with schizophrenia may refuse or resist attempts to help or control the disorder.
The mean age for the first psychotic episode of people with this disorder is approximately age 21 for men and approximately age 26 for women.
Symptoms can include the following:

  • Hallucinations
  • Delusions
  • Suspiciousness
  • Withdrawal
  • Drastic changes in behavior or personality

The most difficult symptom to treat is the failure to recognize that one is ill.
Behaviors may include the following:

  1. Acute sensory sensitivity
  2. Hearing voices
  3. Relating elaborate delusions, including thinking they are someone else (even God)
  4. Paranoid delusions in which they think people are watching or persecuting them
  5. Fear that people are putting thoughts into their heads or reading their minds

In later stages, the emotions are flat, and the person may be apathetic, may remain quietly in one place for a long time or be immobile, and may perform ritualistic behaviors.
There is no cure for schizophrenia, but many medications can reduce symptoms.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zur5Nt5vj4&w=420&h=315]

Cause and Symptom of Psychological Disorder

The precise cause of most Psychological disorders is not known, but the broad forces that shape them are biological, psychological, social, and cultural. A stressful life event, such as the diagnosis of cancer, may have a psychological effect later. There is some evidence of genetic factors involved with some types of Psychological disorders,
and a vulnerability to certain disorders can be inherited. Some mental disorders are the result of infections such as measles, encephalitis, streptococcal infections, or chronic meningitis.
Psychological Disorder are usually treatable, and early detection is very helpful in the treatment process.

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