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World Schizophrenia Day .. Learn about the symptoms of the disorder, the diagnosis and methods of treatment

Today, May 24, the World Health Organization celebrates the International Day of Schizophrenia, which aims to raise awareness about the disorder, inform and educate people about the challenges that patients face, and schizophrenia affects about 20 million people around the world. Schizophrenia are more prone to infections, cardiovascular disease, and other preventable problems.

Schizophrenia symptoms (schizophrenia)

The cause of schizophrenia has not yet been determined. Suspected causes include environmental, genetic and psychological factors. A chemical imbalance in the brain may be a cause. The symptoms of schizophrenia weaken the mental state to the point that emotions, reality perception, behavior and thought process are affected. Common symptoms of schizophrenia are as follows:

Disorganized behavior

Speech disorder

Social detachment


Inability to communicate

Appearance has changed

Unstable feelings




Methods of Treatment

There is no cure for schizophrenia, so treatment includes relieving symptoms and working to contain the condition to prevent it from getting worse. Common methods of treatment for schizophrenia include counseling and antipsychotic medication. Most people with chronic schizophrenia may not be able to access a cure. This is in Mostly a concern for low and middle income countries being a mental disorder.

Schizophrenia or schizophrenia is one of the mental illnesses that affects some people as a result of exposure to a mental disorder that appears in adulthood or near the end of adolescence, and girls are more likely to suffer from it.