Schizophrenia is a long-term mental illness that impairs a person’s ability to think properly, determine reality, manage emotions, relate to others, and perform cognitively.
There are three primary types of symptoms associated with schizophrenia.
Symptoms that are beneficial
Positive signs indicate things that shouldn’t be present, such as
Hearing, smelling, tasting, or experiencing (through touch) things that aren’t there are known as hallucinations.
Delusions are false beliefs that persist even when evidence that they are false is presented. Extreme paranoia or illogical anxieties can be symptoms of this.
Unusual thinking or sloppy speaking are examples of thought disorder.
On the other side, negative symptoms are traits that should be present but are missing.
Daily life boredom or lack of pleasure
Reduction in speaking and social withdrawal
Showing emotions might be difficult.
Planning, starting, and continuing activities can be difficult.
Having a “flat” appearance (difficulty expressing emotions using facial expression or voice tone)
Symptoms of the Brain
Attention, concentration, and memory issues include the following:
It’s difficult to put what you’ve learned to use right away.
Concentration or attention problems
These symptoms will be evaluated by a healthcare physician or mental health expert to help diagnose schizophrenia or another psychotic disease.
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Studies across Europe already show the impact of the pandemic on mental health. UNICEF UK found more than 60% of UK children are worried about the impact of the coronavirus on their lives. Belgian public health institute, Sciensano, found young people aged 18-24 and students were by far the most affected by anxiety and depression during the crisis. Parents in Italy and Spain noticed that their children had difficulty concentrating, were irritable, restless and nervous.
Several young people have fears over contracting coronavirus and losing loved ones; school and university closures; as well as a loss of routine and social connections. Access to mental health services has also been severely impacted.
Hence, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is profoundly affecting life around the globe. Isolation, contact restrictions and economic shutdown impose a complete change to the psycho social environment in affected countries. These measures have the potential to threaten the mental health of children and adolescents significantly. Even though the current crisis can bring with it opportunities for personal growth and family cohesion, disadvantages may outweigh these benefits. Anxiety, lack of peer contact and reduced opportunities for stress regulation are main concerns. Another main threat is an increased risk for parental mental illness, domestic violence and child maltreatment. Especially for children and adolescents with special needs or disadvantages, such as disabilities, trauma experiences, already existing mental health problems, migrant background and low socioeconomic status, this may be a particularly challenging time. To maintain regular and emergency child and adolescent psychiatric treatment during the pandemic is a major challenge but is necessary for limiting long-term consequences for the mental health of children and adolescents.
If you feel that a family member or close friend is facing issues after or within this pandemic, talk with your doctor. They can refer you to psychological programs that might help. Serene Retreat is one of the most efficient and fully-equipped treatment center for all psychological issues and addiction concerns. It is nourished with a large set of experts in psychology and addiction treatment and provides you with the best of the atmosphere and facilities. It is located in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia with its branches across Malaysia and satellite offices abroad.
For any inquiries regarding treatment or any advice related to addiction or mental health you can reach us via call/whatsapp +60146872268 or visit our website www.sereneretreat.com.my.
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