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Schizophrenia is a serious/severe mental disorder often characterized by abnormal social behavior and failure to recognize what is real. It affects the way a person thinks, behaves, and sees the world. Individuals with this condition typically aren’t aware that they have it until a healthcare specialist tells them. Schizophrenia affects about 1% of the world population, In the United States, over 2.2 million individuals have the disorder. It is also common worldwide. Signs and symptoms may vary but usually involve false beliefs, unclear or confused thinking, auditory hallucinations, reduced social engagement and emotional expression, and lack of motivation. The symptoms can come and go. The most common form is paranoid schizophrenia. People with paranoid schizophrenia have an altered perception of reality. They may see or hear things that don’t exist, speak in strange or confusing ways, believe that others are trying to harm them, or feel like they’re being constantly watched. This can cause relationship problems, disrupt normal daily activities like bathing, eating, or running errands, and lead to alcohol and drug abuse in an attempt to self-medicate. Other signs can include a change of friends, a drop in grades, sleep problems, and irritability—common and nonspecific adolescent behavior, isolating oneself and withdrawing from others, act out in confusion and fear, and are at an increased risk of attempting suicide, especially during psychotic episodes and periods of depression. an increase in unusual thoughts and suspicions, and a family history of psychosis. Although schizophrenia can occur at any age, the average age of onset tends to be in the late teens to the early 20s for men, and the late 20s to early 30s for women. It is uncommon for schizophrenia to be diagnosed in a person younger than 12 or older than 40.
What Causes Schizophrenia?
causes of schizophrenia include: genetics (heredity), biology (abnormalities in the brain’s
chemistry or structure); and/or possible viral infections and immune disorders.
Some recreational and prescription drugs appear to cause or worsen
of your genes as a blueprint for your body. If there’s a change to these
instructions, it can sometimes increase your odds for developing schizophrenia.
You’re more likely to get schizophrenia if someone in your family has it. If
it’s a parent, brother, or sister, your chances go up by 10%. If both your
parents have it, you have a 40% chance of getting it, too. Your chances are
greatest -- 50% -- if you have an identical twin with the disorder. So, it is
belief that the disorder tends to run in families and that a person inherits a
tendency to develop the disease. But some people about --60%-- with
schizophrenia have no history of it in their family.
may also be triggered by environmental events, such as viral infections or
highly stressful situations or a combination of both e.g. If you were exposed
to certain viral infections before you were born or low oxygen levels during
birth (from prolonged labor or premature birth) your chances of getting
schizophrenia are higher. This may also be true if you didn’t get proper
nutrition (malnutrition) from your mom while she was pregnant with you,
especially during her first six months of pregnancy or exposure to toxins or
viruses that may impact brain development, Early parental loss or separation,
Physical or sexual abuse in childhood. Schizophrenia appears when the body
undergoes hormonal and physical changes, like those that occur during puberty in
the teen and young adult years or after dealing with highly stressful
People with schizophrenia have a chemical imbalance of brain chemicals
(serotonin, glutamate and dopamine) which are neurotransmitters. These neurotransmitters
allow nerve cells in the brain to send messages to each other.These are
responsible for “communicating information” in the brain. The imbalance of
these chemicals affects the way a person’s brain reacts to stimuli--which
explains why a person with schizophrenia may be overwhelmed by sensory
information (loud music or bright lights) which other people can easily handle.
This problem in processing different sounds, sights, smells and tastes can also
lead to hallucinations or delusions.
The development of connections and pathways in the brain while in the womb may
later lead to schizophrenia.
involves a range of problems with thinking (cognition), behavior or emotions.
Signs and symptoms may vary. Generally, most patients suffering from
schizophrenia/schizoaffective are often portrayed as being unpredictably
aggressive, having an extensive network of paranoid thoughts (including
suicidal thoughts) or ideas and sometimes very impulsive. The symptoms
may further lead to physical and emotional detachment, social withdrawal,
depression, hallucination, delusion, anger, anxiety, lack of concentration,
disorganized speech (word salad or mumbling words), a stressful or emotional
life, and some will be fearful and seek to avoid others. Sleep disturbance is
also major problem for people with schizophrenia. Those symptoms result
from an imbalance of dopamine and possibly serotonin, both of which are
neurotransmitters, also increased stigmatization and poorer treatment outcomes.
Multiple factors, including insufficient social support and substance
abuse(smoking and excessive drinking).
delusion is a firmly-held idea that a person has despite clear and obvious
evidence that it isn’t true. Delusions are extremely common in schizophrenia,
occurring in more than 90% of those who have the disorder. Often, these
delusions involve illogical or bizarre ideas or fantasies. Common schizophrenic
of persecution – Belief that others, often a vague
“they,” are out to get him or her. These persecutory delusions often involve
bizarre ideas and plots (e.g. “My Mom is trying to poison me with
radioactive particles delivered through my tap water”). These are false
beliefs that are not based in reality.
of reference – A neutral environmental event is
believed to have a special and personal meaning. For example, a person with
schizophrenia might believe a billboard or a person on TV is sending a message
meant specifically for them. Delusions occur in most people with schizophrenia.
of grandeur – Belief that one is a famous or
important figure, such Napoleon. Alternatively, delusions of grandeur may involve
the belief that one has unusual powers that no one else has (e.g. the ability
of control – Belief that one’s thoughts or actions
are being controlled by outside, alien forces. Common delusions of control
include thought broadcasting
are sounds or other sensations experienced as real when they exist only in the
person's mind. This usually involve seeing or hearing things that don't exist.
Yet for the person with schizophrenia, they have the full force and impact of a
normal experience. Hallucinations can be in any of the senses (any of the five
senses), but hearing voices is the most common hallucination. Schizophrenic
hallucinations are usually meaningful to the person experiencing them. Many
times, the voices are those of someone they know. Most commonly, the voices are
critical, vulgar, or abusive. Hallucinations also tend to be worse when the
person is alone.
Disorganized thinking (speech)
thinking is inferred from disorganized speech. Fragmented thinking is
characteristic of schizophrenia. Externally, it can be observed in the way a
person speaks. People with schizophrenia tend to have trouble concentrating and
maintaining a train of thought. They may respond to queries with an completely
unrelated answer, start sentences with one topic and end somewhere completely
different, speak incoherently, or say illogical things. Rarely, speech may
include putting together meaningless
words that can't be understood, sometimes known as word salad.
disorganized or abnormal motor behavior. This may show in a number of ways,
from childlike silliness to unpredictable agitation. Behavior isn't focused on
a goal, so it's hard to do tasks. Behavior can include A decline in overall
daily functioning (resistance to instructions), inappropriate or bizarre
posture, useless and excessive movement, Unpredictable or inappropriate
Negative symptoms of schizophrenia refer to the absence of normal behaviors
found in healthy individuals. In another word, it refers to reduced or lack of
ability to function normally. For example, the person may neglect personal
hygiene or Lack of emotional expression - Inexpressive face, including a flat
voice, lack of eye contact, and blank or restricted facial expressions. Lack of
interest or enthusiasm – Problems with motivation; lack of self-care in
lack of interest in the world – Apparent unawareness of the environment; social
difficulties and abnormalities – Inability to carry a conversation; short and
sometimes disconnected replies to questions; speaking in monotone.
Symptoms in teenagers
Symptoms in teenagers
symptoms in teenagers are similar to those in adults, but the condition may be
more difficult to recognize. This may be in part because some of the early
symptoms of schizophrenia in teenagers are common for typical development
during teen years, such as:
from friends and family
drop in performance at school
or depressed mood
left untreated, schizophrenia can result in severe problems that affect every
area of life. Complications that schizophrenia may cause or be associated with
Suicidal thoughts and behavior are common among people with schizophrenia. Which
is why If you have a loved one who is in danger of attempting suicide or has
made a suicide attempt, make sure someone stays with that person. Any suicidal
talk, threats, or gestures should be taken very seriously. People with
schizophrenia are especially likely to commit suicide during psychotic
episodes, during periods of depression, and in the first six months after
they’ve started treatment.
problems. Relationships suffer because people with
schizophrenia often withdraw and isolate themselves. Paranoia can also cause a
person with schizophrenia to be suspicious of friends and family.
to normal daily activities. Schizophrenia causes significant
disruptions to daily functioning, both because of social difficulties and because
everyday tasks become hard, if not impossible to do. A schizophrenic person’s
delusions, hallucinations, and disorganized thoughts typically prevent him or
her from doing normal things like bathing, eating, or running errands.
This is also frequently occurring symptom in schizophrenia, is major depressive
disorder, is a mental health condition marked by an extended sense of sadness
and despair that affects how a person thinks, feels and functions. The
condition may significantly interfere with a person's daily life and may prompt
thoughts of suicide. Depression isn't the same as sadness and grief caused by a
challenging life experience, such as the death of a loved one.There are many
causes of depression, some resulting from abnormal brain chemistry, while
others are associated with low blood pressure, low thyroid, low blood sugar or
low (or high) levels of various essential nutrients such as calcium, copper,
lithium, magnesium, manganese, sodium, tin, protein, vitamin B1, vitamin B6,
vitamin B10, vitamin B12 and others.
of alcohol or other drugs, including tobacco: People with
schizophrenia frequently develop problems with alcohol or drugs, which are
often used in an attempt to self-medicate, or relieve symptoms. In addition,
they may also be heavy smokers, a complicating situation as cigarette smoke can
interfere with the effectiveness of medications prescribed for the disorder.
may include the following but not limited to:
disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
to work or attend school
and financial problems and homelessness
and medical problems
behavior, although it's uncommon
Generally, around 10 percent of patients with this disorder are more likely to
have an alcohol or drug abuse problem and commit suicide. Moreover, these
individuals are at increased risk of having other mental-health conditions as
well as dying earlier than individuals without this brain disorder.
Generally, around 10 percent of patients with this disorder are more likely to have an alcohol or drug abuse problem and commit suicide. Moreover, these individuals are at increased risk of having other mental-health conditions as well as dying earlier than individuals without this brain disorder.
Anti-psychotic drugs and their debilitating effect
There is one schizophrenia treatment medication that is known to most people; antipsychotics, but what happens when the medication has side effects that are worse than the disease itself? Anti-psychotic drugs have ‘limited’ efficacy and ‘horrible’ side-effects. When schizophrenia is diagnosed, antipsychotic drugs are the common prescriptions. This can be given as a patch, a pill, or an injection. You must know that most over-the-counter and almost all prescribed drug treatments merely mask symptoms, or control health problems or in some way alter the way organs or systems functions. They come with a host of damaging side effects not just to the mind but the body. It destroys all emotions, motivation and slows down your metabolism. Some patients/caregivers have extensive knowledge on this, but failed to find viable natural alternative so they go back to the usual medication doctors prescribe, most patients take these drugs as a last resort. In many people symptoms may come back (recur) or persist long-term after using the those medicine, further create severe problem. You can't fix nutritional deficiencies or detoxify the mind/body with pharmaceutical drugs/anti-psychotic. More than two million people in the United States have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, and the treatment for most of them mainly involves strong doses of anti-psychotic drugs that blunt hallucinations and delusions that come with unbearable side effects, like severe weight gain or debilitating tremors. Anti-psychotic medications (in general) [sertralina Litio, Ziprexa, Seroquel, Haldol, Sinogan, Olanzapina, Risperidona, Amparax] have been available since the mid-1950s, Anti-psychotic does not “cure” schizophrenia. Antipsychotic drugs are thought to act in schizophrenia by blocking dopaminergic receptors, thereby interfering with dopaminergic transmission. There is, however, growing evidence to suggest that typical antipsychotics also affect other neurotransmitter systems such as the cholinergic (muscarinic), alfa-adrenergic, histaminergic and serotonergic mechanisms. Typical antipsychotics are, therefore, essentially pharmacologically 'dirty' drugs and their use may consequently increase the risk of a wide variety of undesirable side-effects. For example, their anticholinergic side-effects include dry mouth, urinary hesitancy (and even retention), constipation and visual disturbance, while their effects on noradrenergic mechanisms lead to postural hypotension, disturbances of sexual functions and nasal congestion. As a consequence of their antihistaminic action, many of these compounds are sedative. Furthermore, their prolonged use may lead to weight gain. Interference with dopaminergic transmission can lead to both endocrinological side-effects such as hyperprolactinaemia, which may manifest itself as galactorrhoea, amenorrhoea and gynaecomastia, and extrapyramidal side-effects. Which explain why there side effect like stiffness and shakiness, uncomfortable restlessness (akathisia), movements of the jaw, lips and tongue, sexual problems due to hormonal changes, sleepiness and slowness, severe weight gain, a higher risk of getting diabetes, and alot more. Some patients would rather take medication than take a serious look at how they became so disturbed, even if the field of psychiatry did offer much in the way of helping an upset person try to understand his or her psychosis—which it usually does not.
A long-term study of 33 patients with schizophrenia, along with 71 control subjects for comparison, confirmed that those taking anti-psychotic drugs lost brain volume more quickly than average through the aging process. Whereas study subjects in the control group lost brain volume at a rate of 0.5 percent per year over a nine-year period, patients treated with anti-psychotic drugs for schizophrenia lost 0.7 percent per year — consistent with the average cognitive aging process for someone aged 34 to 43. These promising’ drugs that actually gained FDA approval have turned into disasters for many patients.
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