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What Are The Early Symptoms Of Catatonic Schizophernia
Odd ideas, voices: Schizophrenia usually first shows in late teens or early 20s with social withdrawal and odd ideas that don't make sense to others. Auditory hallucinations (imaginary voices) are common too, although the person may not admit to hearing them. Self-care (hygiene, grooming) suffer, as well as school or work performance. Catatonia — stupor, immobility, posturing — is not usually an early symptom. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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What are the two types of catatonia schizophrenia and what are are the the symptoms of both, also can you have both types or just one?
Rare in general: Now, it is officially a symptom, but most drs still think of it as a subtype. The polar features of waxy statue-like stillness and unusual posturing vs the uncontrolled excessive motor activity that in the highest degree can be life threatening. They would not be concurrent, but i suppose it could be possible to have episodes of both kinds. It is all quite rare. Think "expressing: not "having". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Catatonia: Catatonia can take two forms, the most common being catatonic mutism where the person cannot speak. Their bodies may exhibit waxy flexibility, which is if they are posed by someone else in a certain position, they will not change that position for hours or longer. The other form of catatonia, is catatonic excitement, rarely seen and which is where the patient will literally run until they die. ...Read more
It's my 17th year of life, and ever since da16th one I lost my everything. I dreamed to be really successful, bt catatonic schizophernia has ruined it?
Not necessarily.: The treatment of Schizophrenia has come a long way and there are safer and more effective psychotropic medications that can help you go into remission. Therapy also helps you deal with everyday problems that will help you cope. Do not despair. You are too young to give up. I've met several people with Schizophrenia who are quite successful in their chosen careers. ...Read more
Catatonic Schizophre: Patient cannot move, speak or respond, on one extreme, and at opposite extreme the patient mimics sounds or movements and is over excited. They also show repetitive purposeless behaviors (stereotypy), bizarre postures. Main symptoms are termed Physical immobility, Waxy flexibility, Strange movements, Uncooperativeness, Echolalia, & Echopraxia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Schizophrenia: Yes "catatonic" schizophrenia is still schizophrenia. Catatonia is one possible symptom a schizophrenic person might show -- either being unmoving (waxy flexibility or catatonic "stupor") or catatonic "furor" (moving around so fast and so constantly they exhaust themselves. The most recent diagnostic manual eliminated these different "types" of schizophrenia, but people can still exhibit symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Biopsychosocial: In the late 80's and early 90's the concept of biopsychosocial treatment became very popular. In this treatment paradigm one addressed the biological, psychological and social needs of any patient regardless of diagnosis. In the case of catatonic schizophrenia antipsychotic medications are given, and the patient is gradually reintegrated into society. For severe cases ECT has been effective. ...Read more
Mental disorder with positive, negative & cognitive sxs. A person with positive sxs loses touch with reality with hallucinations or delusions. Negative sxs: lack of pleasure; failing to take care of every day functions; losing motivation; inability to carry out plans & isolation. Cognitive symptoms could include problems focusing, memory problems or difficulty understanding ...Read more
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