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Disproven Treatments for Paranoid Schizophrenia

When finding treatment options for paranoid schizophrenia, it’s essential to recognize that each individual is unique and responds differently to care. At the same time, specific treatments have been proven effective in reducing the symptoms of this complex mental health condition. Unfortunately, disproven treatments for paranoid schizophrenia are still rampant, so knowing how to find …

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Schizophrenia and Sleep: What You Need to Know

Schizophrenia is a mental illness with several distinctive symptoms. These include delusions, hallucinations, and difficulty feeling and processing emotions. Another very common symptom is disordered sleep. The connection between schizophrenia and sleep disorders is an increasing focus for researchers. Research into the link between schizophrenia and sleep is important for several reasons. One is that …

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Mental Disorders from Drug Abuse

Legal, illicit, and prescription drugs all carry the potential for abuse. What makes addiction so difficult to prevent and treat is that it’s a progressive and incurable condition. The reason treatment is almost always necessary to recover is because symptoms like cravings and triggers occur long after your last use. Another potential hazard of addiction …

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Schizoaffective Disorder in Women

Schizoaffective disorder is a psychiatric condition characterized by a set of symptoms that combines features of schizophrenia with features of depression, mania, or some other form of mood disorder. Compared to most other mental illnesses, doctors know relatively little about schizoaffective illness. This is true, in part, because of the complex combination of symptoms that …

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Can You Go to Work with Schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia is one of the most disabling illnesses in the world. The disease wreaks havoc on everyday functioning, affecting the ability to live independently, engage in productive activities and social interactions, and attain/maintain employment. Common symptoms include delusions, hallucinations and inner voices (psychosis); emotional flatness or lack of expression; diminished ability to begin and sustain …

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Schizophrenia in Men

Anyone who enters a men’s treatment center seeking help for schizophrenia faces an uphill battle. Schizophrenia turns order into chaos and leaves victims adrift at sea with no anchor in reality. This insidious condition disorders lives in every way imaginable and men who suffer from it have no idea what’s coming from one day to …

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Psychoeducation for Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a highly disruptive form of mental illness known for its ability to trigger psychosis, a state most commonly marked by delusional thought patterns and sensory hallucinations. Doctors often face tremendous challenges in treating this illness. Part of the problem stems from the fact that many people with schizophrenia don’t really understand their condition …

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Why Does Schizophrenia in Women Differ From Schizophrenia in Men?

Recent evidence from a Canadian research group indicates that a combination of underlying factors may help explain why schizophrenia in women differs substantially from schizophrenia in men. Women affected by the severe mental illness schizophrenia often develop initial symptoms at a later age than their male counterparts. In addition, they often develop symptoms that differ …

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