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Schizophrenia Treatment for Women

Schizophrenia Treatment for women addresses the serious mental condition that can wreak havoc on your entire life if you don’t seek help for it. Many people do not understand what schizophrenia is all about. People who have schizophrenia often hear things or see things that are not there, experiencing delusions or hallucinations of things that hamper their daily functionality. There are many different things that can cause schizophrenia, including:

  • Genetics/heredity: Schizophrenia tends to run in families
  • Chemistry: People who have schizophrenia appear to have an imbalance in certain chemicals, namely dopamine and serotonin.

If you believe that you or a loved one are suffering from schizophrenia, then you should be aware that there are Christian schizophrenia recovery facilities out there for you. New Creation Treatment’s mental health facilities that are designed to help you overcome what ails you. Our facility is designed to help people who struggle with substance abuse issues stemming from schizophrenia and other mental health issues. If you’re struggling with a dual diagnosis or a mental health issue like schizophrenia, we may be able to help you.

Warning Signs of Schizophrenia

Here are some of the behaviors that may be warning signs that you have schizophrenia. These are not all immediate signs that you have schizophrenia, but they can indicate that schizophrenia may possibly be developing:

  • Hearing things that aren’t there
  • Seeing things that aren’t there
  • Feeling as if you’re being watched constantly
  • Strange body positioning
  • Speaking in a nonsensical way
  • Writing in a nonsensical way
  • Academic performance deteriorating
  • Work performance deteriorating
  • Changes in personality
  • Irrational responses to loved ones
  • Angry responses to loved ones
  • Fearful responses to loved ones
  • Inappropriate behavior
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Extreme preoccupation with strange things such as the occult or religion
  • Inappropriate behavior or bizarre behavior
  • Changes in appearance or hygiene
Schizophrenia is a fairly rare disease, impacting only 1 percent of the population of the world. However, that 1% means that there are about 2.5 million people in the United States who have schizophrenia. It is not always easy to find treatment facilities who are prepared to treat this condition, but you can rest assured that we are ready, willing and able to help you get the assistance and support that you need to feel better.

Getting Schizophrenia Treatment for Women Help

If your schizophrenia is causing you to turn to substance abuse, then detox or rehabilitation may be the best way to treat both things at the same time. Drug and alcohol addiction treatment can be a difficult thing to take on. You can be better equipped to achieve success by working with a facility that fully understands your needs and realizes that you are not just like everyone else. Each person is different and we know what works for one does not necessarily work for another. Our staff is fully equipped, well educated and prepared to handle all the steps of the process.

Detox is a major part of your recovery and requires that you are able to remove all of the toxins in your body. It is important that the facility you choose can carefully monitor your progress and work with you to make adjustments when necessary along the way. We realize the physical ramifications that come with the detox process and have medic al professionals available to keep you safe. The degree of symptoms you face will vary depending on your situation and your own body. You will want to make sure that you are relying on a facility that can treat both your schizophrenia and your substance abuse issue.

We also realize that you have to fully understand how you got to the point of addiction and what your triggers are. Learning how to cope with the stresses that come with life is essential if you want to move forward with your life after treatment. Your family is often a big part of the process and we will work with your family to ensure that you are all on the same page when it comes to your plan for recovery. They can be instrumental in your success and recovery.

You don’t have to be afraid of the future. We will be there to see that you don’t go through the process alone. Taking your life back starts with making a phone call to our friendly staff. Your future can be what you want it to be if you are able to reach out. Evaluating your situation is going to help us to create a plan of action that can work for your treatment. Long term recovery is the ultimate goal and we understand that this requires a helping hand to address dual diagnosis treatment. You don’t have to be ashamed or embarrassed by your circumstances. Help is available both for your schizophrenia and for your substance abuse issue; you simply have to be willing to reach out and ask for it.