Schizophrenia/Depression - symptoms and features

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features of unipolar depression
3.5 million sufferers in the UK. most susceptible from 50-60. women twice as likely to develop it as men. some only affected once: others, for their entire lives.
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symptoms of unipolar depression
constant disturbance to mood, slow movements, over/under eating, sleep problems, helplessness, lack of motivation, guilt, loneliness
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difference between type 1 and type 2 schizophrenia
type 1 has positive symptoms: symptoms that add to normal functioning. type 2 has negative symptoms: symptoms that remove from normal functioning
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symptoms of type 1 schizophrenia
hallucinations (auditory, visual), delusions (e.g. of grandeur: think u r Napoleon, of persecution: think everyone is out to get you), thought disturbances e.g. insertion (think ppl putting thoughts in your mind)
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symptoms of type 2 schizophrenia
disturbance of effect (inappropriate emotions), psycho motor disturbances (e.g. weird postures or lack of movement), can't be bothered to the point of not getting out of bed
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features of schizophrenia
usually emerges in teens but men most susceptible before 25 and women after 25. some people have one episode and never again whereas others have one single attack and may be incurable for life, 1% lifetime risk of developing schizophrenia,
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