What do people who suffer from schizophrenia see and hear?
Schizophrenia is a chronic disease of the brain. On average, about 1% of the population develops schizophrenia during their lifetime. Although schizophrenia affects both men and women, the disorder usually appears earlier at men, usually in the period when the person is a teenager or in his early twenties. While women appear in their twenties or early thirties.
People who have schizophrenia often have such symptoms as if they are afraid of something, they usually hear internal voices, thinking that other people read their minds and control their thoughts and that someone tries to hurt them. Their behavior and their speech may be disorganized so afraid of the ambience.
The development of molecular biology enabled the research that will enable the creation of new therapies. Drugs used currently does not lead to a complete cure, but one in five people heal. People who use therapy usually lose only some of the symptoms, maintaining lifelong individual smptome.
There is no single cause of schizophrenia. Many diseases arise as a result of interactions between genetic, environmental and other factors. This may be the case with schizophrenia. Scientists have not yet found all the factors that can lead to schizophrenia.
Now you will see some of the examples of their disease.
The artist who suffers from schizophrenia painted what she saw on a blank wall
Little scary, isn’t it?
Bellow you can listen to audio hallucinations that people who suffer from schizophrenia have – editing that faithfully describes what they hear.
If you are currently alone in silence in a dark room, this is ideal.