Living with Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a very simple yet very terrifying condition, characterized by usually having a combination of hallucinations and delusions. People with schizophrenia often resist treatment, but it should be known that if treatment is taken, patients have greater chances of making a recovery.
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Most people with schizophrenia make a recovery, although many will experience the occasional return of symptoms (relapses). With support and treatment, you may be able to manage your condition so it doesn’t have a big impact on your life. 

People often picture this condition as the cause of all homeless and frightening people who you cross on the street, but it is just a misconception and there is a great number of people who live well with schizophrenia thanks to the right treatment and support.

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