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Psychosis: Early Warning Signs and Treatment

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In the majority of cases, psychosis is experienced as an ‘episode’. In this period a person will experience acute symptoms such as delusions and hallucinations.

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Often, psychosis begins with general and gradual changes in a person’s thinking and behaviour.

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Olivia Sturgiss
26 Jan 2021
short and conscise, well written and informative
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Rosanne Croft
16 Apr 2020
It was short but informative and increased my understanding of this condition.
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29 Mar 2020
good
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Kristen Graham
25 Feb 2020
Great article. However, there was no link made between psychosis and Domestic violence sufferers.
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Emma Hannam
30 May 2020
great info
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Aswin Rajendran
01 Jan 2022
all good
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stanley catts
01 Mar 2020
a small overview though dosn,t really encapsulate the emotional pain an individual might experience experiencing this.
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Bina Baniya
23 Apr 2021
Informative
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Sukhminder Kaur
29 Feb 2020
Great
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Cheryl Potts
05 Mar 2020
Good to refresh your knowledge on psychosis
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