update: 15.11.2018 17:19
Release: 15.11.2018, 16:55
Prague – About one hundred people in the Czech Republic suffer from schizophrenia. It is about 100,000 inhabitants. The incidence of disease is no different in other countries. Thanks to medication and therapy, most patients can handle the disease and lead everyday life. They say organizations that help patients with mental illnesses and fight myths about mental illness. To eliminate the stigmatization of schizophrenia, a 100,000 invisible campaign, whose name refers to the number of patients, attempts to contribute.
"The chances of a relatively normal and happy life are quite high in the diagnosis of schizophrenia," says a schizophrenia website where people can find information about disease, prevention, treatment and help.
Schizophrenia is a psychosis. The patient has a broken mind, wrongly perceives the reality and has inappropriate behavior. He has difficulty separating ideas from reality, interpreting misconceptions in the environment. He has nausea and depression, he is hypersensitive and aggressive. It often closes and isolates from others.
According to organizations to help mentally ill, a person has a schizophrenic disposition, such as increased sensitivity and vulnerability. The problem then triggeres the trigger. Often is not the most common stress, the main voltage is strong. Psychoweb mentions the need to go abroad and stay in another language environment, high school or work needs and relationship problems. According to green doors, which help people with mental illnesses get back to work, the quality of relationships with relatives is important.
Schizophrenia usually manifests itself between the fifteenth and thirtieth year. With a higher age, the likelihood of the disease is reduced. In men, they usually occur within 25 or 28 years, in women after twenty five to thirty five.
The sick use drugs – psychotropic, long-term. Therapy complements psychological help. Psychotherapy and psychosocial support can help people manage the disease by enabling them to cope with everyday worries and find new ways to deal with the disease, thereby increasing the patient's ability to cope with everyday practical activities like shopping or meeting other people "campaign organizers said 100,000 invisible.
According to schizophrenic psychology, one third of patients are cured. In one third, improvement occurs, although some symptoms persist or recur. The remaining third has chronic symptoms.
"One of the main obstacles to successful treatment and management of schizophrenia is the stigmatization associated with this disease, which can lead to serious discrimination that unnecessarily aggravates the difficulties of patients with schizophrenia," says the Center for mental health development. Misconceptions include the fact that schizophrenia is impatient and no one comes out of it, the sick are dangerous, unable to work or are unable to rationally decide on their lives, calculated center. According to him, in addition to the development of new drugs with minimal side effects, the need for education is not just for the public, but also for teachers and doctors.
Schizophrenia is affected by the son of Prime Minister Andrei Babis, who is called the same name. He claims that his father's staff held him in the Crimea so that he could not testify of the Nest Autumn party, for which he and the prime minister face the allegations of subsidy fraud. According to the Prime Minister, it is not true. That his son suffers from schizophrenia was reported by Babis the eldest on Wednesday. His son, however, in the News List emails talked about "pseudo-demons" and said he would have to be under constant surveillance, as the prime minister said.