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    Schizophrenia is one of the neurological diseases experienced by a specific group of people. It does not know the causes of the disease and is not known,

    As it is divided into five types and clear signs of patients through their methods and behaviors, and the absorption of someone abnormal and abnormal with others and the surrounding environment.

    Symptoms and signs of paranoid schizophrenia
    There are many signs of people with schizophrenia from one person to another, where they are signs of causing personality disorders, and the issuance of abnormal behaviors of these people do not correspond to the world we live in, and when people have symptoms of schizophrenia for the first time symptoms are sudden and severe in the beginning Command.

    The symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia are classified as:

    Symptoms of positive schizophrenia.
    Symptoms of negative schizophrenia.
    Symptoms of schizophrenia are anxious and tense.
    Symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia
    Symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia
    Symptoms of schizophrenia positive:
    Many people believe that the term "positive" means that it is good or harmless. This is a false belief, but it is meant that its symptoms and signs are completely visible and easily inferred, such as:

    Illusions:
    Delusions mean the patient imagines some of the events that are not really happening and coexist with them, and the patient creates events in his imagination that lead to modify his temper or harassment.

    Hallucinations:
    There is a close correlation between illusion and hallucinations.

    Symptoms of schizophrenia:
    A clear decrease in the rate of energy and activity of patients:

    Where the patient feels a state of delirium, weakness and inability to normalize normal activities.

    Low level of achievement and motivation:

    Where the patient always feels unwilling to engage in new activities, which gives him activity and recovery.
    The indifference to the value of life and loss of passion:

    Lack of happiness in the pleasures of living and lost feeling.

    Continue to follow unhealthy habits:

    Not to maintain personal hygiene and care for themselves, and lack of care in the general form of wearing clothes and they are exposed to many of the ulcers and skin injuries.

    Work Disorders:

    Where schizophrenic patients suffer from the disruption of their careers, which adversely affect their working life, whether studying or working outside, which leads to the loss of their future.

    Mood change:

    People with schizophrenia suffer from bad mood, instability and constant change.

    pulling out:

    My patients tend to be socially isolated and avoid social partnerships with others and the outside world, such as comrades, friends and parents.

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    Last edited by Claret; 09-13-2018, 11:21 AM. Reason: Outbound links not allowed

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