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Schizophrenia is a serious and chronic mental illness that has no exact cause. However, many factors related to the occurrence of schizophrenia include genetic factors, pre-natal conditions, brain injury, trauma, social stress, stress, the use of narcotics and psychotropic drugs.

Scozophrenic sufferers often get bad stigma from the community, because they rarely interact with other people, or withdraw from the activities of the outside world.

Families should have an important role in schizophrenic men and women. Basically, men when experiencing problems often save themselves, making it difficult for men to find solutions to problems and cause depression. Unlike women who are more free to tell the closest person. This is where the role of the family is needed, attention and openness.

Adverse effects of schizophrenia, usually sufferers often hallucinate with themselves and like hearing magical whispers that tend to do bad things like suicide, kill someone, and destroy objects around them.

The family should not be ashamed when one member of his family has schizophrenia, especially to do an installation like an animal. But the family must be there and dare to appear to support and seek support for the good of the sufferer, one of whom considers the sufferer to exist and humanize him/her.

Schizophrenia therapy cannot walk on one side, but a combination of treatment and psychotherapy. Medical treatment is needed to reduce symptoms of schizophrenia. While psychotherapy to help sufferers understand, accept and live the situation. Because the healing process includes long-term and intensive.

Families are obliged to be educated, taught the symptoms when schizophrenia relapsed and also the importance of being able to persuade patients to take medication on time because this is important and not easy to make patients according to taking medication. Families also have to spend time intensively with sufferers, because it really should not be careless at all from supervision.

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  1. Zeus69

    Great post my friend. – mental health is an issue all over, people are too scared to reveal mental health issues, but yet are willing to run to the Doctor for any physical problem. Thanks for sharing I will forward this on.
    Regards,
    Mark (Zeus69)

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