The History Of Madness – Infographic



"People are crazy and have always been. But the ways we've dealt with the off-kilter have changed drastically over time..." Take a look over this infographic created by Best Counseling Degrees to … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia patients and hospital injuries



Schizophrenia is often equated to mental illness and patients with schizophrenia are often treated as mentally ill. This is probably why patients who suffer from schizophrenia are more likely to incur … [Read more...]


Blood tests for neurological disorders



The hunt for biomarkers in the blood that can be used to screen for neurological disorders such as schizophrenia and dementia seems to be making headway. Two groups of researchers report about … [Read more...]


Estrogen therapy for schizophrenia?



Hormones can affect our moods. Women can attest to this and some men learn to recognize the signs. When I am feeling out of sorts, my husband would ask: “are you ill or is it just the … [Read more...]


Does mom’s flu increases baby’s schizophrenia risk?



Flu and pregnancy had a hot topic since the outbreak of the H1N1 influenza last year. Health authorities lament the fact that the public has been very sceptical of the H1N1 flu vaccine and only very … [Read more...]


Mentally ill: Victims rather than perpetrators of violence



Those with mental disorders are to be feared and looked upon a people of violent and criminal tendencies. This is the stereotype of the mentally disordered. However, contrary to this common … [Read more...]


How anti-psychotics affect your metabolism



Patients who present with psychotic symptoms (e.g. as in those with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder) are usually prescribed with anti-psychotic drugs. These drugs are mostly effective in … [Read more...]


Toxoplasmosis, dopamine and schizophrenia



Schizophrenia is a complex neurological disorder, believed to be the results of multiple genetic and environmental factors. One important piece to the puzzle that is schizophrenia is toxoplasmosis. … [Read more...]


Common Delusions In Schizophrenia – Various Types And The Danger They Pose To You



By Sheldon Pilsworth Among the different types of schizophrenia that have been diagnosed by science, certain variants (in particular paranoid schizophrenia) tend to result in symptoms of delusions … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia Diseases



By Robin Kumar Lim Schizophrenia (literally "split mind") is often thought of as a split or dual personality. However, this disease is best defined as a disorganization of normal thought and feeling. … [Read more...]


Why Knowing About Schizophrenia Is Important



By Mike Selvon The scary thing about schizophrenia is that sufferers may be so confused by the symptoms that they are unable to tell what is real and what is fantasy. For instance, when serial killer … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia Difficult To Treat



By Sharon A Bell Schizophrenia is the most common and severe form of psychosis or thought disorder. It affects both men and women and appears to run in families. Because the exact cause of this … [Read more...]


Surviving The Suicide of a Child



By Terrye Harris On December 13, 2004, my world shattered into a million pieces. After a 2 year long battle with schizophrenia, my youngest son, Jonathan took his own life at the age of 19. The day … [Read more...]


Alternative Treatment For Schizophrenia and Manic Depression



By Robin Brain Mental health problems are severe when the person becomes out of touch with reality. They may develop false beliefs about who they are or what is happening, feel persecuted by external … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia and Psychosis Cure



By Christina Sponias Only a philosopher could discover that the human being is completely absurd since this fact means that humanity is totally crazy. A psychiatrist could not come to that conclusion … [Read more...]


Dreams Prevent and Cure Schizophrenia



By Christina Sponias Many people told me that my articles are depressing. However, I only say the truth. I'm not a marketer trying to sell plastic happiness in paper bags. I have to show you what is … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia Naturally



By David McEvoy Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease. Approximately one percent of the population develops schizophrenia during their lifetime – more than two million … [Read more...]


Smoking Marijuana And The Risks Of Schizophrenia



By Christian Shire Only a philosopher could discover that the human being is completely absurd since this fact means that humanity is totally crazy. A psychiatrist could not come to that conclusion … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Methods



By Juliet Cohen Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder that has been recognized throughout recorded history. The first signs of schizophrenia typically emerge in the teenage … [Read more...]


Schizophrenia’s Cure



By Christina Sponias Of course you know that schizophrenia is a psychological disease that cannot be cured. However, since it was discovered that it is caused by the wild and primitive conscience … [Read more...]


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