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  • SCHIZOPHRENIA Roberto Abarca Mero 6 fima “B”
  • SCHIZOPHRENIA
    • It’s a mental disorder characterized by abnormalities in the perception of reality.
  • Characteristics
    • Auditory hallucinations
    • Disorganized speech and thinking.
    • Significant social dysfunction.
  • HISTORY.-
    • The word "schizophrenia" is less than 100 years old.
    • This disease has accompanied mankind through all of it’s history.
    • most ancient cultures have described it through their literature.
  • HISTORY.-
    • Dr. Emile Kraepelin classified Schizophrenia as a distinct mental disorder in 1887.
    • Eugen Bleuler was the first to describe the symptoms as "positive" or "negative."
  • SYMPTOMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA.-
    • Symptoms are typically divided into positive and negative.
    • Positive Symptoms are those that appear to reflect an excess or distortion of normal functions.
    • Negative symptoms are those that appear to reflect a diminution or loss of normal functions.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Delusions.-
    • They are distortions of sensations of reality that the patient has in some moment of his or her experience.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Hallucinations .-
    • hallucinations are a complete product of a patient’s imagination.
    • Usually patients hear strange voices , which could be obscene, frightening or insulting.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Disorganized speech/thinking .-
    • Disorganized thinking is usually when the patient is unable to make coherent sentences or write anything with sense.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Grossly disorganized behavior.-
    • It occurs when they start to lose control on most of their actions, such as the motive of performance of certain activity.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Catatonic Behaviors.-
    • It’s when the patient becomes motionless and appears to have no life.
  • Positive Symptoms
    • Other Symptoms.-
    • These are the symptoms that are present in most patients, but not as much in order to be considered alone.
  • Negative symptoms
    • Affective Flattening .-
    • It’s when a patient has a significant reduction in his or her emotional expressions.
  • Negative symptoms
    • Alogia.-
    • It’s when the patient’s speech becomes very poor, having trouble to give a fluent and full answer.
  • Negative symptoms
    • Avolition.-
    • It’s the reduction of interest in any kind of activity, especially the ones that require interaction with other human beings.
  • CAUSES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
    • Genetic contribution.
    • Environmental Contribution .-
  • TYPES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA.-
    • Paranoid.-
    • It’s the type of schizophrenia that’s characterized by a constant concerning of auditory hallucinations.
  • TYPES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA.-
    • Catatonic .-
    • It’s commonly know has catatonic the patients that show a profound alteration of motor functions.
  • TYPES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA.-
    • Residual
    • It’s the kind of schizophrenia that shows evidence of schizophrenic symptoms, but doesn’t have enough active symptoms to be classified in any of the other types.
  • TYPES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA.-
    • Schizoaffective disorder.-
    • It describes a condition where symptoms of a mood disorder and symptoms of schizophrenia are both present.
  • TREATMENT.-
    • Treatment with medications
    • Traditional Medicine
    • Trifluoperazine (stelazine)
    • Perphenazine.-
    • Haloperidol (haldol).-
  • TREATMENT.-
    • Newer Medicine .-
    • Abilify (aripiprazole).-
    • Clozaril (clozapine).-
  • TREATMENT.-
    • Medication in Development.-
    • Asenapine
    • Bifeprunox
    • Lamictal
  • TREATMENT.-
    • Side effects of Medication .-
    • Obesity.-
    • Tardive Dyskinesia.-
  • POPULAR VIEWS AND MISCONCEPTIONS
    • Normal versus Abnormal
    • Violence
  • HOW TO PREVENT IT
    • Ways to lower your risk .-
    • Avoid use of drugs
    • Develop social Skills
    • Avoid social Isolation
    • Learn to deal with stress
  • Thank you For coming!!!!!