Where Should You Seek Treatment If You Have Bipolar Disorder And Schizophrenia?
Tonight Doctor, I am a 34-year-old male, I have a psychiatric disorder, and I’ve been to a psychologist and diagonist with bipolar disorder and after that I went to a neurologist and was diagnosed with schizophrenia, after I read the characteristics of my dementia I met all of the above criteria, I Can not remember short-term memory, easy emotions and sometimes behave uncontrollably, I have had a CT scan and the doctor said there were no problems in the brain structure, but after I took the drug from a psychologist and neurologist I did not feel any positive effects, so according doctor’s advice should I go to a neurologist or psychologist for recovery? and I am a smoker who is quite heavy if the info helps (I have not used drugs, and I haven’t drunk alcohol for a long time) thanks Doctor
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To deal with your condition, please know about the complaints you are experiencing. In psychological disorders can occur in the form of sleep disorders, disturbances in making decisions to undergo daily activities, as well as disruption in socializing with people around. In addition, it can also be found abnormalities in behavior and habits observed by people around, for example in a condition of depression someone tends to confine themselves in the room, not motivated to do activities, loss of pleasure from conditions that had caused feelings of pleasure.
Mental health is an important aspect to consider in the concept of overall human health. Not only physical aspects are important, but also mental and social aspects in life that can provide a sense of peace and peace. Mental health can be affected by stress conditions, psychological disorders or there are medical conditions related to mental health such as bipolar or schizophrenia.
Bipolar and schizophrenia are two different psychological conditions. Bipolar disorder can be characterized by drastic emotional changes. Schizophrenia can be characterized by a condition of psychosis, where a person has difficulty distinguishing reality from hallucinations experienced from one's own mind. It is recommended to consult a psychiatrist for further examination and management. Anamnesis about complaints and consultation with a psychiatrist is needed to identify the cause that is aware of the condition and the complaint you are experiencing. After that, treatment can be determined according to your condition.
Avoid taking or stopping the medication regimen on your own without a doctor's instruction, avoiding psychological stress, maintaining a regular diet and activity, getting enough rest, looking for a method of relaxation that suits your preferences, for example yoga, aromatherapy and other options.
Hopefully this information can help you,