Delusions of Reference Everyone is talking to them everyone is talking about

Delusions of reference everyone is talking to them

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They will put themselves higher. Delusions of Reference:Everyone is talking to them; everyone is talking about them. Other Biological Factors:Loss of Neuronal Tissue during Puberty. Decreased activity in frontal lobe, higher temporal lobe activity, and overproduction of dopamine (In case of Parkinson’s, to little dopamine in the basal ganglia.) Some of the associated symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is commonly associated with schizophrenia. Dopamine is a big player. Treatment of Schizophrenia:In the early 1900s and before was like frontal lobotomy’s, or more simply lock them away in institutions. Many patients with schizophrenia were sent to institutions. There is many schizophrenia risk factors such as fetal viral exposure, fathers age, marijuana use in adolescence, low SES/minority status, and coming from a psychological affected family. Part of the reason all of the institutions were shut down because of these drugs that targeted dopamine known as neuroleptics. Neuroleptics greatly reduced the number of hospitals we had. Chlorpromazinereduces dopamine activity, which reduces symptoms associated with schizophrenia. They canget out of hospitals and live a regular life. Tardive Dyskinesiarefers to involuntary movements typically of the face, this is one of the side effects of neuroleptics. Up to ¼ of people do not even respond to the treatment. Atypical Neuroleptics: Dopamine, plays a role in serotonin, epinephrine systems, acetacholine systems, it affects a broader diversity of neurotransmitter systems. Those can be effective for those not responding to the common neuroleptics. Another important aspect of treatment is the psychosocial rehabilitation, it is important to treat the person and not the disease. Dissociative Disorders:The individual has a stressor (awareness, identity, personality) that is a lack of engagement in who you are because some stress has come into your life and it’s easier to distance yourself from the stressor. There is a disconnect between identity, and memory. Dissociative amnesia:There is no head trauma or actual damage done to the brain. The person has developed some big stressor and they forget who they are and where they are from. Stress is all about perception, if you see it as extremely stressful at the perceptive level, then many things can trigger these disorders. Dissociative Fugue:They have the loss of personal identity, but they often travel and adapt a new identity. They have experienced the amnesia state, but they have moved and adopted a new job, family, and effectively become a different person. Dissociative Identity Disorder: Use to be multiple identity disorder, at least two that the person will engage with. These personas can vary in gender, you can see differences in age, differences in personality drastically. There have been cases of different names, history, and some are a littleless formalized. With a therapist you bring all of the personalities together, and integrate them all together. Personality Disorders
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