Signs And Symptoms Of Paranoid Schizophrenia?
Good afternoon, r nI want to ask about the disturbance I experienced two months ago. R nInitially I had campus activities and had to live with new people for a month and a half. When staying with me, I did not experience more disturbances. But, just a week after the activity was completed I experienced a disorder that I could not control. R nThe first week I experienced an urge to kill myself, visual hallucinations in the form of past recordings (but the recording was fake I was fully aware). R nThe second week I see ghosts on the streets, I like seeing other worlds, even some times I see humans as scary as monsters (this happens when I look while driving), memory recordings are still in visual hallucinations. r nThe third week, hallucinations are becoming increasingly -So, emotions are getting out of control, want to be angry without knowing the cause. r nThe fourth week I saw ghosts, people jumped from the building (even though there was no one there and I was also aware of hallucinations), blood on the streets (even though there was no blood). Hallucinations were increasingly unbearable. R nWhen I checked with a psychiatrist, I experienced hallucinations and I was fully aware that what I was experiencing was not real. The hallucinations that I have experienced are visual, I have not experienced auditory hallucinations. R nIf my first meeting was being diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, the second meeting of diagnoses became schizophrenic disorders. R nNow I have not experienced hallucinations anymore. happened to me? r nBecause when I’m not hallucinating I’m confused, how can that happen. r nThank you.
hello .. thanks for the question ..
schizophrenia is a type of brain disease that is classified as a serious mental disorder. This disease is caused by a nervous breakdown due to a disturbance in the concentration of nerves in the brain, changes in the receptors of cells in the brain, structural abnormalities of the brain, and not due to psychological disorders. symptoms will appear early when young (20-30 years), although this disease can affect all ages both women and men. symptoms that arise are a person will have feelings, thoughts, emotions, speech, and abnormal behavior which will certainly affect his life and daily activities to have the desire and try to commit suicide. symptoms that arise in the form of:
acute symptoms: delusions. strongly believe in something that is not real. for example feeling someone is in control of his mind, or seeing things become things / something else. hallucination. a feeling for something that is very real but actually doesn't exist. disturbance of mind. chaotic thoughts, speech digress / not clear, talk alone. strange behavior. talking to yourself, laughing and crying indistinctly, dressed strangely and in turmoil. chronic symptoms: withdrawal from social. being closed, cold, selfish. lack of motivation. loss of interest, no desire to clean and care for yourself. think and move slowly sleep patterns that change / irregular flat facial expressions. usually the person who is most vulnerable to schizophrenia is someone who has a history of hereditary schizophrenia and drug abuse. It is recommended that you should always consult and seek treatment regularly to your doctor because it requires a good conversation / interview, blood tests, and CT scan / MRI of the head to find out your condition with certainty so that it can provide the right treatment for you. the things you can do are manage stress, maintain a positive mindset, get enough rest at night, avoid over-activity, and avoid using illegal substances.
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