Schizophernia ( sahrish darjat)

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A study of Schizophernia with the help of Dr. Junaid Ahmed
Clinical Registrar
Pakistan Association for Mental Health
and Mrs. Ruksana Khalid
Administrator/ Counselor
Mumtaz Medical Clinic
with real life case studies
by Sahrish Darjat

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Schizophernia ( sahrish darjat)

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY Sahrish Darjat SpecialThanks to Dr. Junaid Ahmed Clinical Registrar Pakistan Association for Mental Health Mrs. Ruksana Khalid Administrator/ Counselor Mumtaz Medical Clinic PRESENTEDTO: Mam. Zaib Un nisa (Skitso -Fernia)
  2. 2. Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder in which there is a break down in the thought process, poor emotional responsiveness, hallucinations and disorganized speech.
  3. 3. Acute Phase Loss of contact with reality Stabilization Phase Patient is under control but risk of relapses Maintenance Phase Patient is stable but medication is in process.
  4. 4. Traditional Method 1. Positive schizophrenia Stage:Acute Condition: Responsiveness towards medication Symptoms: Delusions and hallucinations 2. Negative schizophrenia Stage: Gradual Condition : Slowly moving towards retardation. Symptom :Withdrawal from others’ identity Slow reaction
  5. 5. Modern Method Paranoid Schizophrenia Preoccupied More than one delusion Auditory hallucinations Feel harm by others Disorganized Schizophrenia Disorganized speech Behavior Flat expressions
  6. 6. Catatonic schizophrenia Difficulty in movement Repetition of actions Malnutrition Exhausted Self injury Undifferentiated Schizophrenia Mixed Symptoms Residual Schizophrenia One acute attack Negative symptoms present Decrease in functioning
  7. 7.  Mental health experts are not sure what causes it.  Certain environmental events may trigger schizophrenia in people who are genetically at risk for it.  Changes in brain structure or chemistry.
  8. 8. Interview Trust gain Disorganized speech and thought Hallucinations Physical examination(C.T Scan)
  9. 9. Anti psychotics Risperidone Therapy Individual FamilyTherapy
  10. 10. Age 54 Rent Tenants want to take over Grandson Family Frustrated Sleeplessness
  11. 11. World famous mathematician Noble Prize holder GameTheory Family support No social circle Disturbed life before and after marriage Extremely Goal oriented
  12. 12. Reporting less in females due to culture. Sleep disorders common. No self medication ( sleeping pills). Worsen with time if no proper medication taken. Do consult a psychiatrist.

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