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Schizophrenia might enhance dementia risk 2.5 times: Study

They found that across multiple different psychotic disorders, and regardless of the age at which someone first developed their mental illness, there was a higher risk of dementia later in life.

Schizophrenia might enhance dementia risk 2.5 times(Instagram/doubletalktx)
Schizophrenia might enhance dementia risk 2.5 times(Instagram/doubletalktx)
Published on Oct 07, 2022 08:41 AM IST

World Schizophrenia Day: Common symptoms, causes and all you want to know

World Schizophrenia Day: Schizophrenia affects 24 million people or 1 in 300 people worldwide. It is a disorder where people may find it difficult to differentiate between reality and imagination. 

World Schizophrenia Day is observed every year on May 24.(Pixabay)
World Schizophrenia Day is observed every year on May 24.(Pixabay)
Published on May 24, 2022 01:06 PM IST

Schizophrenia: Gene discovery indicates risk and cause

Researchers have discovered gene mutations that indicate a person's risk of developing schizophrenia and its causes. This may help improve drug treatments.

People with schizophrenia can experience a detachment from their real selves, as though they have two faces(Axel Bueckert/Zoonar/picture alliance)
People with schizophrenia can experience a detachment from their real selves, as though they have two faces(Axel Bueckert/Zoonar/picture alliance)
Published on Apr 07, 2022 01:27 PM IST

Sameera Reddy opens up about being ‘shamed’, shares ticket ‘towards a happy you’

Sameera Reddy wraps up Mental Health Awareness Month by spilling the beans on how to set yourself and others free from ‘hate, fear, expectation, shame, self doubt’ and we can’t help but relate instantly as we take down her strong notes

Sameera Reddy opens up about being ‘shamed’, shares ticket ‘towards a happy you’(Instagram/reddysameera)
Sameera Reddy opens up about being ‘shamed’, shares ticket ‘towards a happy you’(Instagram/reddysameera)
Updated on May 30, 2021 02:13 PM IST

Study links severe mental illness to higher death rate after heart attack

As per a new study, the risk of death 30 days after a heart attack for people with schizophrenia was doubled when compared with those without a psychiatric diagnosis

Study links severe mental illness to higher death rate after heart attack(Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)
Study links severe mental illness to higher death rate after heart attack(Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)
Updated on Mar 23, 2021 10:02 AM IST
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