The Characteristics Of Schizophrenia.?
It’s been 18 years that my mother has suffered from a disease that doesn’t yet know what causes it, because the disease is often interpreted by neighbors and the community as crazy people. Whereas my mother looks like a normal person at times and sometimes looks like a crazy person too sometimes. Characteristics of my mother’s disease Often talk alone but do not speak sometimes when yes again speak for themselves yes also often laugh alone is unclear even though there is nothing funny. And also yes often depressed with people nearby for example such as neighbors and family while no one bothered him like someone whispered in his head that made him angry is also unclear who does not know why. Sometimes also, yes, often exaggerating trivial problems into big problems that can make it unclear quarrel with others. And what is getting bigger is that he often talks to himself which makes me embarrassed when he is seen by others when he is sitting together. Now my mother is well-known among my savings because of a disease that is just the same as a crazy person. but in my opinion the mother is not crazy because I still have the sense to think and communicate clearly sometimes. Does my mother suffer from schizophrenia ?? Please help
Hello Febri, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
We are concerned about the problem you are having. Some possible causes of your mother are:
Schizophrenia Dementia Schizoaffective disorder Bipolar disorder Drug side effects Schizophrenia disorder is a chronic or chronic disorder that makes sufferers experience hallucinations, delusions or delusions, thought disorders and behaviors that can interfere with the ability to carry out daily activities.
Some factors that can cause this disorder are:
Genetic or hereditary factors An imbalance in the levels of hormones (dopamine and serotonin) in the brain Psychological factors (stress, sexual harassment, physical abuse, etc.) Taking drugs (NAPZA) To determine that someone suffering from schizophrenia is usually usually a symptom or disorder in a patient lasts for a minimum of 6 months. To determine the exact cause you should consult a psychiatrist because it requires a more in-depth interview or other examination. If it is proven to suffer from schizophrenia then your doctor may do psychotherapy or drug therapy to help your mother's complaints. The medicines given must be taken daily to control the symptoms and prevent worsening. If this condition is not treated properly it can worsen, depression, suicide attempts, or aggressive behavior can occur.
Hopefully this information can be useful for you. thank you