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Schizophrenia Treatment Center

Schizophrenia is a severe, chronic mental health condition that affects the way a person feels, thinks and behaves. People who are suffering from this particular mental health condition may believe they have lost touch with reality. Schizophrenia is relatively rare as far as mental conditions go, and yet it is one of the most disabling of the mental conditions because of the way it can impact a person’s entire being.

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Key Symptoms of Schizophrenia

There are five key symptoms of schizophrenia according to the DSM-V, which are:

  • Hallucinations,
  • Delusions,
  • Negative Symptoms,
  • Disorganized Speech,
  • Disorganized Behavior or Catatonic Behavior.

According to the DSM-V, at least two out of these five symptoms need to be present, and one of them needs to be either delusions, hallucinations or disorganized speech in order for the person to be considered schizophrenic, at least from a diagnostic standpoint.

Schizophrenia is about more than a textbook diagnosis, however. People who suffer from this condition experience two basic types of symptoms, which are known as positive symptoms and negative symptoms.  Examples of positive symptoms are the hallucinations and delusions, thought disorders and movement disorders. Examples of negative symptoms include reduced expression of emotions, reduced feelings of pleasure in one’s everyday life, reduced speaking, difficulty beginning or sustaining activities and similar symptoms.

Women’s schizophrenia treatment programs are essential in managing both positive and negative symptoms.  New Creation Christian schizophrenia treatment facilities are custom made to approach schizophrenia with both medically-based and faith-based programs.

Schizophrenia Statistics

  • Schizophrenia is not very common, affecting only 1.2% of the United States population, or approximately 3.2 million people according to the National Institute of Mental Health. There are another 250,000 diagnosed cases in Britain, 280,000 cases in Canada, 285,000 cases in Australia, roughly between 4.3 and 8.7 million cases in India and roughly between 6 and 12 million in China.
  • Approximately 1.5 million people are diagnosed with Schizophrenia every year around the world or around 100,000 in the United States alone.
  • The most common time for Schizophrenia to be diagnosed is during early adulthood. It is relatively rare, on the other hand, for older adults or children to develop this disease though it does occasionally happen.
  • The peak of vulnerability occurs between the ages of 16 and 25 years of age. For men, this is closer to between 18 and 25 and for women, it is closer to 25 and 30, with an additional peak around 40 years old.
  • In 2002, the cost for treating Schizophrenia was estimated to be around $62.7 billion dollars, and there are currently said to be around 15 different medications being developed by companies working to find a cure for this devastating condition.

Our round the clock Christian schizophrenia treatment can provide you with the support you need to make changes in your life. You don’t have to deal with the problems all on your own. We realize that women often have a harder time with treatment. This is why we tailor our treatment to address the specific emotional and physical needs of women. With specialized care, you can find a path that works best for your situation.

Getting Help for Schizophrenia Symptoms

Relapse and falling back into old habits can destroy your success. Our facility is well equipped to provide you with tools that will give you the support you need if you feel that might happen. We are ready to work with you to get the very best results possible and take one day at a time. As necessary, adjustments can be made to the way that your treatment is progressing. This will allow you to get the care you need at that particular moment and to address issues as they arise. We want to work with you to overcome your hurdles one at a time.

Finding a new path for your life is not easy, but we understand the goals and the setbacks that you could face. By working through these possible setbacks and planning for them, we can help you have better success along the way. There is hope for creating a new future for yourself and for those that you love. By working with your family members as well we can ensure that you are all on the same path for your recovery. They are an integral part of your process and we realize how important that is to your long term success. Taking action to get the help you need is the first step toward your future.

If you’re suffering from schizophrenia, or you think that you may be, then you need to recognize that there are treatment solutions out there for you. We want to help you get the support and care that you need to rest and recover once and for all. When you are ready to take control over your life, we are waiting and ready to help, so give us a call today.