Schizophrenia is a lasting mental health problem that causes a variety of various emotional symptoms, consisting of: hallucinations, hearing or seeing points that do not exist; delusions, unusual beliefs not based on fact that commonly negate the proof; muddled ideas based on misconceptions or hallucinations; changes in behaviour. It causes a variety of different mental symptoms. Medical professionals usually explain schizophrenia as a type of psychosis. This suggests the person may not always be able to identify their own ideas and suggestions from fact. Symptoms of schizophrenia consist of: hallucinations, hearing or seeing points that do not exist beyond the mind; deceptions, unusual beliefs not based on truth; muddled ideas based on delusions or hallucinations; disliking everyday activities; not caring about your personal health; desiring to avoid people, including close friends. Schizophrenia does not cause somebody to be fierce and people with schizophrenia do not have a split personality. See a GP as soon as possible if you're experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia. The earlier schizophrenia is treated, the better. There's no single test for schizophrenia. It's usually detected after an assessment by a mental healthcare professional, such as a psychoanalyst.
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