Early Diagnostics Of Schizophrenia. Part 3 of 3

Early Diagnostics Of Schizophrenia – Part 3 of 3

Being able to identify at-risk people before they actually develop schizophrenia may help prevent them from developing it at all. “It may be as simple as bargain that people are different in how they cope with stress. Teaching strategies to handle stress could make these individuals less vulnerable to not just schizophrenia but also other neuropsychiatric disorders”. Schizophrenia symptoms usually begin in the late teens or 20s, with men often showing symptoms earlier than women, according to the US National Institute of Mental Health. The confuse is rare in children and people over age 45.

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