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Schizophrenia Stats - #mentalhealth, #psychology, #schizophrenia

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Schizophrenia.com - Schizophrenia Fact and Schizophrenia Statistics

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness characterised by disturbances in a person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. This infographic highlights changes in current thinking about the illness. To find out more visit www.mentalhealthtoday.co.uk.

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness characterised by disturbances in a person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. This infographic highlights changes in current thinking about the illness. To find out more visit www.mentalhealthtoday.co.uk.

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Bipolar disorder has a higher statistical rate of suicides than major depression or schizophrenia.... Bipolar Facts

Prevalence: The prevalence of Childhood Schizophrenia is about 1.1% of the United States population. Similarly, in other scholarly articles, I found about 7.7 people out of every 1000 individuals (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) have been found to have Schizophrenia. Because this is a very small percentage difference, I consider it just as accurate. I have included this resource in the 'additional web resources' section of the worksheet.

Dissociation Symptoms

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Schizophrenia Facts and Statistics

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Schizophrenia Facts and Statistics

A team of Harvard scientists claim to have made a major breakthrough in identifying the potential cause of schizophrenia – a chronic, severe and debilitating mental disorder. As per the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) statistics, schizophrenia is prevalent in 1.1 percent American adults.

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SCHIZOPHRENIA: Causes: abuse of substances, depression Symptoms: seeing or hearing things that aren't real, anger, anxiety Diagnosis: one month of 2 or more symptoms unless hallucinations are very strange then diagnosed right away Treatments: long care treatments, medications and therapies Statistics: 1.2% of Americans have this disorder