Symptoms And Symptoms Of Schizophrenia

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Schizophrenia is a disorder that involves a variety of symptoms that can be classified into three overall different areas that affect a person such as cognitive, behavioral and emotional dysfunctions. Persons who are affected by Schizophrenia experience difficulties with impaired occupational or social functioning. These effects of these difficulties can be seen in nearly all areas of one’s life. Individuals who are affected by schizophrenia could display behaviors that do not match the situations; they could display inappropriate affect, may be dealing with a dysphoric mood or are disinterested in food and eating. People who suffer from schizophrenia may also exhibit deficits in memory, language or other executive functions. These deficits may affect individuals by having difficulty with being able to process their thoughts or feelings as quickly as others around them. A diagnosis of schizophrenia makes it difficult for individuals to interact with other as they have impaired abilities to understand inferred meanings in conversations or difficulty interpreting the meanings of the body language displayed by others. These difficulties complicate the already difficult task of interacting with others that those diagnosed with schizophrenia already have. Schizophrenia cannot be diagnosed through a simple blood test, by looking in someone’s ears, throat or with x-rays. There are some definite physiological differences noted in the brains of those with schizophrenia who
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