Paranoid schizophrenia is a devastating and incurable brain disorder that is lifelong. However, there is treatment that dwindles the intensity of this illness. The use of medication is useful, but all the hazardous side effects neutralizes how advantageous the drug is as a whole. Perhaps in the future, scientists will be capable of developing a drug that is effective in decreasing the symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia, and yet lessen the amount of side effects
Those being treated, whether or not the treatment lasts a lifetime, have a right to as normal of a life as possible. Understanding Schizophrenia Schizophrenic people are strange and should be locked away from the rest of society. This is one of many uneducated beliefs that people carry about this well-known mental disorder; however, most of the population would not be able to tell you what this disorder is. Schizophrenia is an illness that affects how your brain works and thinks in a negative way. This is an illness that can be affected by the way society and the people you come into contact with view schizophrenia, this view can make it harder or easier for you to live with the illness.
Experts don't know what causes schizophrenia, but they agree that it most likely results from a complex interplay of genetic, behavioral, and other factors, similar to other diseases. It is widely believed that neurotransmitters, brain chemicals that allow communication between brain cells, play a role in causing schizophrenia, but the exact mechanism is not known. Most m... ... middle of paper ... ...ns is often difficult for schizophrenics. They may deny that they are ill, or their disease itself may hinder their ability to take regular medication. Fortunately there are many ways for patients, doctors, and families to improve adherence.
(1) The environment surrounding an individual also can trigger the onset of schizophrenia. It has been observed that family stress, trauma, and poor social interactions all have the tendency to promote schizophrenic behavior, though it does not necessarily cause it. Going along with this, it is also possible that prenatal conditions affect the development of schizophrenia... ... middle of paper ... ...he causes of schizophrenia. (3) After researching schizophrenia, it is apparent that there is no clear answer to the question of what causes the psychiatric disorder. Rather, there is much debate about the four hypotheses that seem to dominate the scientific community as of late.
Schizophrenia is a complex disorder of the brain, which is incurable but treatable to live a close to a normal life. There are different types of schizophrenia and they each have different symptoms and affect a person's life in different ways. Schizophrenia is a disease that ebbs and flows, which means that the people with the disease have acute periods called relapses. This is when a person with schizophrenia experiences a number of sensations that are an addition to their usual feelings, and because they are additions, they are called "positive symptoms." The term "positive symptoms" does not mean it is positive in the sense that it is wanted or a positive thing to have.
There is slight evidence to linkage between celiac disease patients and schizophrenia patients. That might be because c... ... middle of paper ... ... child is Rh-negative. Rh incompatibility can lead to hemolytic disease, which can lead to schizophrenia. Rh incompatibility can also lead to birth complications, such as hypoxia, which also can lead to brain damage, which can obviously lead to schizophrenia. So, in conclusion, schizophrenia is a highly complex disease that is not understood completely by anyone, but the enzyme COMT is being studied, and is seen as having a large influence on the development of schizophrenia.
This step of the journey toward wellness could be a giant one. Different antipsychotics work differently on different people. But, once the right drug and right dosage is established, the only way to go is up! Schizophrenia Information for the Family It can be quite stressful...
Following this, a person developing schizop... ... middle of paper ... ...is that there are problems with cause and effect. Cognitive approaches do not explain the causes of cognitive shortfalls – where they originate from to start with. Another weakness is that it is reductionist, because t approach does not consider other factors such as genes. This suggests that the cognitive approach is oversimplistic when consider the explanation of schizophrenia. Another strength is applicability because doctors use the cognitive approach and also this has generated further researches to improve therapy for example finding out the goal-directed navigation in a naturalistic virtual environment if it is a functionally meaningful measure of cognitive functioning in schizophrenia (Ronson, 2013).
Causes The causes of schizophrenia are still under debate. A chemical imbalance in the brain seems to play a role, but the reason for the imbalance remains unclear. It is known that you're a bit more likely to become schizophrenic if you have a family member with the illness. Stress does not cause schizophrenia, but can make the symptoms worse. Signs/Symptoms Schizophrenia usually develops gradually, although onset can be sudden.