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Xuzhou Psychology: How to Recuperate from Schizophrenia?

Time:2023-03-26 01:02:28 author:Leisure vacation Read:901次
Xuzhou Psychology: How to Recuperate from Schizophrenia?

Xuzhou Mental Health Service Station: There is no age limit for schizophrenia, and every age group has the opportunity to suffer from schizophrenia. Because schizophrenia can cause great harm to patients and their families, timely treatment and care is the key, supplemented by daily diet to improve the condition. How to recover from schizophrenia? 1. Respect and care for patients: avoid being superior to others in front of patients, treat patients with humility, enthusiasm, kindness, and avoid discrimination, sarcasm, and teasing patients. When taking care of patients, the sick words and deeds during the disease period should not be used as a joke, but to give the patient a sense of trust and security. 2. Patience: Due to the heavy psychological burden, the patient is in a bad mood, easily agitated, irritable, and even insulting others. In this regard, we should remain calm and avoid arguing with them. To comfort and understand them, try to meet the reasonable requirements of the patient, patiently explain what cannot be done, avoid coercion, and do not wish to deceive the patient. 3. Relieve the knot in time: some patients have unreasonable words and deeds with their relatives during the onset, the family members feel very aggrieved, and the patient feels very guilty. At this time, they should explain to each other in order to understand each other and actively communicate their feelings, so as to lay the foundation for the patient and his relatives to live a harmonious life in the future, and to prepare for a long-term stable condition. 4. Cultivate the patient's social adaptability: Because mental illness has a long consolidation treatment period, it usually requires hospitalization for several months. Coupled with some side effects of taking antipsychotic drugs, many patients always feel overwhelmed, exhausted, unfamiliar with the outside world, and afraid that they will not be able to adapt to their future work and life. At this time, family members should encourage the patient to participate in various activities, such as doing some light and safe labor, to enrich the life content of the patient, and gradually cultivate their social adaptability. Causes of schizophrenia 1. Mental stimulation: people's psychology and social factors are closely related. When an individual does not adapt to the social environment, mental stimulation occurs, which leads to brain dysfunction and mental disorders. Whether it is a pleasant benign stimulus or a painful malignant stimulus, exceeding a certain limit will have an impact on people's psychology. 2. Genetic factors: In mental illness, such as schizophrenia, affective disorders, etc., the prevalence of mental illness in the family is significantly higher than that in the general population. The closer the blood relationship is, the higher the incidence. 3. Own factors: under the same environment and the same mental stimulation, people with poor psychological quality and low tolerance to mental stimulation are prone to diseases. 4. Physical factors: Infection, poisoning, traumatic brain injury, tumors, endocrine, metabolic and nutritional disorders can all lead to mental disorders, some of which are directly caused by physical factors, and some only exist as incentives.

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