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  1. #1 How to treat schizophrenia 
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    The problem of schizophrenia is the balance between the consciousness and subconsciousness.The balance is violated and consciousness take advantage over subconsciousness.And when the links which made us conscious are interrupted this lead us to schizophrenia.Our mind is build to seek to what we can not reach.This mean that big endeavours being conscious lead us to schizophrenia.


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    Speaking from personal experience?


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    Schizophrenia is a conscious illness, not a subconscious one. It does affect the subconscious but it doesn't develop there, or at least there's no proof that it does unless you can provide a link showing us that it does. Making comments like you do without any evidence to support it isn't a very good thing to do. Unless it is only you OPINION about this matter, is it only your opinion?
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    I hate to rain on this particular parade, but I heard a couple of doctors talking on radio the other day. And there is now new treatment which works very well on some schizophrenia sufferers.

    Anti-inflammatory drugs. It's only now being fully investigated. It was an incidental finding when people suffering from psoriasis were trying out a new mix of anti-inflammatory drugs, and the schizophrenic patients among the group reported that their symptoms were alleviated. They got similar reports from some sufferers of depression and bipolar disorder.

    So this is yet more evidence on the steadily growing pile that inflammation underlies many physical and mental illnesses we never expected it to. This sounds very promising from what they were saying, but, as always, it will probably turn out that not all cases will respond. The next research project after that will probably be trying to find out what the difference consists of.
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    Every man consist of two personality.The first is logical and is consciousness.The second is subconsciousness and is illogical.Human behaviour consist of two.They consciousness and subconsciousness switch on depending on the situation without we be aware of that.Subconsciousness switchs on when consciousness is unable to solve a problem like strange thinking.When consciousness is blocked for some reason subconsciousness replace it without our understanding.Strange thinking leads to strange actions which is symptom for schizophrenia.
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    Evidence please.
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    There are a lot of legitimate, peer-reviewed scientific studies on the neurochemical differences and differences in brain activity between schizophrenics and non-schizophrenics. Do some research before posting.
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    Georgi doesn't "do" evidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Georgi doesn't "do" evidence.
    Strange, Georgi is evidence. He just does not realize it. I

    'm kind of ashamed of posting this. It is unkind.
    Last edited by Sealeaf; May 16th, 2013 at 11:19 AM. Reason: second thoughts
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    have you read book"how to become a schizophrenic" by modrow
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    Do schizophrenics hear voices even in their dreams? "Do they dream in schizophrenic?" sounds trite.
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    perhaps, the greates advancement in the study of "schizophrenia" was rewording as "the schizophrenias"
    for some-see the work of r.d.laing
    for some, some current drug therapies will work well
    for some, we just don't know yet

    long ago and far away, i did a pepar entitled, "Zen in the art of schizophrenia" which focused on the assumed causal trigger of a "double bind".
    The double bind was beleived to be a trigger for the schiphrenogenic personality, and a training tool for zen(which taught the student to "think outside the box).
    The associated theory held that the mind of the schizophrenic got outside of the pain of the double bind by escaping normal "conscious" constructs, which then led to "message/metamessage confusion----(again, see Laing), and, this schizophrenia responded well to intensive psychological therapy.
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    I am not schizophrenic!
    Yes you are!
    Am not!
    Are too!
    Am not!
    Are too!
    Am not!
    Are too!
    Jesus Cheeerist, will you guys stop being so childish?!
    I'm not being childish, he is!
    Yes you are!
    Am not!
    Are too!
    Am not!
    Are too!

    Jeeeeeezzzzzz ENOUGH ALREADY
    He started it
    did not!
    did too!
    did not!
    did too!

    Godfuckingdamnit shutthefuckup!
    Hey, who the hell is swearing here?

    Voices? I don't hear no stinking voices!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptor View Post
    Voices? I don't hear no stinking voices!
    I might, but I just ignore them the same way I ignore anybody else talking at me.
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