Schizophrenia Health Buzz -Jem

My connection to schizophrenia is that my uncle (and godfather,) had schizophrenia and committed suicide a couple years ago. Naturally, I was curious. Schizophrenia is a mental health condition which people think of reality oddly. Schizophrenia may result in a combination of hallucinations, delusions, and extremely weird thinking and behaviour.Teenage years are the most common age to develop schizophrenia. Ages 13-28 is the most common time to develop schizophrenia. 1 in a 100 people can contract some minor form of schizophrenia.

I think this is important because it could happen to anyone, and it’s important to know about the possibilities so that on the rare chance it happens, you’re ready. Anything and everything is possible, and that means best to be prepared for everything and anything. Symptoms of schizophrenia are cationic behaviour, hallucinations, depression and disorganised speech. Be aware of it. With develop countries ever growing, so will schizophrenia rates, because of marijuana, independent living and busy areas, which all contribute to schizophrenia. Careful of it, because its one of those things that might just come back to bite you.