- Road to Recovery After A Schizophrenia Diagnosis A schizophrenia diagnosis can be traumatic. In order to start healing you need to grapple with the truth and accept that you have the condition. Years of denial will lead to lost opportunities, damaged physical and mental health. Denial is the norm. Often patients don't accept the diagnosis easily or willingly. The sooner you accept that you have schizophrenia, the easier your road to recovery will be.
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- 7 Reasons Why A Person Might Not Want to Medicate Their Schizophrenia There are numerous reasons why a person might not want to take their recommended medication. An estimated 40 to 90 percent of patients with schizophrenia don't take their medication as prescribed. Following the doctor's orders: compliance is the surest way to get well.
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10 Warning Signs of Childhood Schizophrenia
The onset of schizophrenic symptoms before the age of 12 is very rare; it is less than one-sixtieth as common as it is for adults. But being aware of early warning signs is still very important for the purpose of seeking care as soon as possible.
Recognizing schizophrenia in young children, however, can be difficult because symptoms are often vague and can be attributed to normal phases of development. But if symptoms go unnoticed they may become severe and could eventually lead to psychosis, where more pronounced symptoms will become apparent. Here are some early and later signs of childhood schizophrenia to watch for.
8 Summertime Strategies for Living With Schizophrenia
In summertime: the living might not be easy for people diagnosed with schizophrenia who are taking medications. You can beat the heat and enjoy yourself by taking a few precautions to stay healthy