Schizophrenia




Schizophrenia:
Or schizophrenia, is a major disorder that affects the brain, leading to confusion and distortion of thinking in general terms and behavior of the injured person.
 To the existence of disorders in the expression of feelings and feelings, and his vision of reality is gradually decreased with the severity of the disease and accompanied by all this failure in social relations.
Schizophrenia is one of the most difficult and complicated mental illnesses. Therefore, the person suffering from the disease suffers from major functional problems or in the stages of education or in the normal daily life that requires contact with a world other than the patient's world.







The schizophrenic patient then goes through stages, including pre-illness and what is after the actual entry into the disease.
The pre-disease stage shows symptoms of disorders which include;
Characterization and isolation.
Clear drop in IQ.
Difficulty in showing feelings and forming social relationships.

Early stage:
And can continue for several years and the most important features of this stage are: -
Neglect of personal hygiene
  Inability to concentrate.
Insomnia and persistent depression.
 Questioning the actions and intentions of others towards it.
Stay away from family, friends and total isolation.
Ideas and behaviors are strange and sometimes incomprehensible.
And functional disorders at work or school, the patient can not terminate his duties in the work or study.
Questioning the actions and intentions of others and counting them for the patient's belief that they do harm him.




The remaining phase:
And passes the patient in this stage and with the symptoms, but it is clearly less than the activity and at this time shows other symptoms of the patient is cognitive disorders and also shows with depression significantly.

The sharp phase:
In this stage, if the patient is subjected to psychological pressure, he will be distracted thinking as well as symptoms of hallucinations, speech, disorder and incomprehensible and called in the psychiatry (authority speech).

After the patient passes all these symptoms and began to travel the treatment of the patient imagines the patient himself has recovered from the disease and fancy that he has been cured and despite his belief that it can be exposed to relapse and can deteriorate situation and treatment is under medical supervision within the hospital. It is important to avoid relapses to take the treatment continuously and maintain the dates and consult the doctor when the emergence of any abnormal symptoms as well as avoid drugs and finally avoid and drink alcohol so as to induce the brain clot in the patient.








The symptoms associated with relapse include:
Inability to concentrate
Inability to sleep at night.
Feeling anxious or worried most of the time.
Oblivion in a way beyond normal.
 The sense of sadness, frustration and unwillingness of others to pay attention to it.
Hearing sounds only heard by the patient are believed to be true.
Or seeing things that are not true, and only the patient is the one who sees it and is not seen by others and to be true to him.
The sense of fear of people or things or even places that are considered to be things that are normal for some, but they are different when the patient.
 The feeling that others look at the patient with irony and contempt.



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