Treatment of Schizophrenia

Homeopathy treatment of Schizophrenia at Welling Clinic involves a complete treatment process till you reach total cure. We don’t believe in incomplete and half treatment. We have developed a holistic treatment with specially formulated Homeopathy medicines for Schizophrenia, to not only stop the symptoms of Schizophrenia but also completely cure them.

Our treatment for Schizophrenia can help you if you have symptoms of Schizophrenia like distorted thoughts, disorganized, negative thinking, hallucinations, and feelings of fear and paranoia.

Whats is Schizophrenia?

Treatment of Schizophrenia
Source: https://www.verywellmind.com

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. People with schizophrenia may seem like they have lost touch with reality, which causes significant distress for the individual, their family members, and friends.

Schizophrenia is a clinical diagnosis. It must be differentiated from other psychiatric and medical illnesses, as well as from disorders such as heavy metal toxicity, adverse effects of drugs, and vitamin deficiencies. Treatment of schizophrenia requires an integration of medical, psychological, and psychosocial inputs. The bulk of care occurs in an outpatient setting and is best carried out by a multidisciplinary team. Psychosocial rehabilitation is an essential part of treatment. (emedicine.medscape.com)

If left untreated, the symptoms of schizophrenia can be persistent and disabling. However, effective treatments are available. When delivered in a timely, coordinated, and sustained manner, treatment can help affected individuals to engage in school or work, achieve independence, and enjoy personal relationships. (nimh.nih.gov)

Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia involves a range of problems with thinking (cognition), behavior and emotions. Signs and symptoms may vary, but usually involve delusions, hallucinations or disorganized speech, and reflect an impaired ability to function.

Symptoms may include:

These are false beliefs that are not based in reality. For example, you think that you’re being harmed or harassed; certain gestures or comments are directed at you; you have exceptional ability or fame; another person is in love with you; or a major catastrophe is about to occur. Delusions occur in most people with schizophrenia.

These usually involve seeing or hearing things that don’t exist. Yet for the person with schizophrenia, they have the full force and impact of a normal experience. Hallucinations can be in any of the senses, but hearing voices is the most common hallucination.

Disorganized thinking is inferred from disorganized speech. Effective communication can be impaired, and answers to questions may be partially or completely unrelated. Rarely, speech may include putting together meaningless words that can’t be understood, sometimes known as word salad.

Extremely disorganized or abnormal motor behavior.

This may show in a number of ways, from childlike silliness to unpredictable agitation. Behavior isn’t focused on a goal, so it’s hard to do tasks. Behavior can include resistance to instructions, inappropriate or bizarre posture, a complete lack of response, or useless and excessive movement.

This refers to reduced or lack of ability to function normally. For example, the person may neglect personal hygiene or appear to lack emotion (doesn’t make eye contact, doesn’t change facial expressions or speaks in a monotone). Also, the person may lose interest in everyday activities, socially withdraw or lack the ability to experience pleasure. (mayoclinic.org)

Onset of Schizophrenia Symptoms

Schizophrenia is typically diagnosed in the late teen years to the early thirties and tends to emerge earlier in males (late adolescence – early twenties) than females (early twenties – early thirties). A diagnosis of schizophrenia often follows the first episode of psychosis , when individuals first display symptoms of schizophrenia. Gradual changes in thinking, mood, and social functioning often begin before the first episode of psychosis, usually starting in mid-adolescence. Schizophrenia can occur in younger children, but it is rare for it to occur before late adolescence. (Source: nimh.nih.gov)

Pregnancy and birth complications

Research has shown people who develop schizophrenia are more likely to have experienced complications before and during their birth, such as:

  • a low birthweight
  • premature labour
  • a lack of oxygen (asphyxia) during birth
  • It may be that these things have a subtle effect on brain development.

Source: nhs.uk

Risk Factors for Schizophrenia

Researchers believe that a number of genetic and environmental factors contribute to causation, and life stressors may play a role in the start of symptoms and their course. Since multiple factors may contribute, scientists cannot yet be specific about the exact cause in each individual case. (psychiatry.org)

Myths of Schizophrenia

There are some myths or mistaken beliefs about schizophrenia which come from the media.

‘Schizophrenia means someone has a split personality’

A common myth is that schizophrenia means that people have multiple or split personalities. This is not the case. The mistake may come from the fact that the name ‘schizophrenia’ comes from two Greek words meaning ‘split’ and ‘mind’.

‘Schizophrenia causes people to be violent’

Research shows that only a small number of people with the illness may become violent, much in the same way as a small minority of the general public may become violent. People with a diagnosis of schizophrenia are more likely to be a danger to themselves than to other people. But as these incidents can be shocking, the media often report them in a way which emphasises the mental health aspects. This can create fear and stigma in the general public.

Conventional Treatment of Schizophrenia

Antipsychotic medications diminish the positive symptoms of schizophrenia and prevent relapses.

There is no clear antipsychotic drug of choice for schizophrenia. Clozapine is the most effective medication but is not recommended as first-line therapy.

Psychosocial treatment is essential. The best-studied psychosocial treatments are social skills training, cognitive-behavioral therapy, cognitive remediation, and social cognition training.

Psychosocial treatments are currently oriented according to the recovery model. According to this model, the goals of treatment for a person with schizophrenia are as follows:

To have few or stable symptoms , not to be hospitalized, to manage his or her own funds and medications, to be either working or in school at least half-time.

Homeopathy Treatment of Schizophrenia

Homeopathy treatment can surely help a person suffering from Schizophrenia. The treatment can stop the symptoms of Schizophrenia and gradually completely cure the person of the Schizophrenia. See an experienced Homeopathy consultant near you who has cured few people with Schizophrenia earlier. If you find it difficult to get an experience specialist, visit a Welling Clinic near you or consult our specialist online for an initial consultation and assessment.

What to do next 

If you suspect someone you know is experiencing symptoms of schizophrenia, encourage them to see a medical or mental health professional immediately. Early treatment–even as early as the first episode–can mean a better long-term outcome.

Come, speak to our online advisors to start our specially formulated Homeopathy treatment of Schizophrenia.

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