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Can ganoderma cure schizophrenia?
Schizophrenia can go into permanent remission, although that is not the same as curing it. When it does, it is rarely caused by medical intervention and usually by the natural… course of the disease.
If you have reason to believe that you - or a loved one - has schizophrenia, the first thing you need to do is get to a professional (either a psychiatrist or licensed psychot…herapist) for an evaluation. They will ask you some questions just to determine basics, then more questions to evaluate exactly what mental health diagnosis, if any, you have. There are different types of schizophrenia, and there are other diagnoses that have similar symptoms but are not schizophrenia. A psychiatrist might also send you for a blood test. This will rule out any biological problems, and possibly rule-in some imbalances that will help with the final diagnosis. Prescribed medications taken as you're told to can help tremendously with schizophrenia (and many other mental health problems). Most schizophrenics continue to participate well in their daily lives. Psychotherapy sessions also help you adjust to the additional needs of the condition, and to work through any emotional factors that are contributing to or resulting from your mental health illness. Again, if you are afraid you or someone you know has schizophrenia, do yourself (and them) the favor of seeing a professional as soon as possible.
Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that makes it hard to: Tell the difference between what is real and not real Think clearly Have normal emotional responses Act normally in s…ocial situations
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Herbalists consider ganoderma an adaptogen, or natural regulator, suppressing the immune system if it is overactive and boosting it if it is underactive.
with therapy and medicine, technically yes.
No it does not.
Sufferers can go into remission which essentially means that their symptoms have been moderated or dealt with to such a degree that they can function adequately or perfectly w…ell while or while not provided treatment afterwards. But Schizophrenia is a lifelong mental illness which a person may never fully recover and of course, no matter how small the chances there, there is always the possibility of relapse.
Generally the answer is No, though some argue that it is technically possible with proper therapy and medicine. In any case, there can be great benefit in managing the disease…, and some people are able to return to their careers and live generally "normal" (nobody's life is really "normal", is it?), productive lives. Overwhemlingly this seems to be with the use of medications. Some people recommend harboring a great deal of hope that they can "beat" the disease, or that there will be a medical cure, and strive for the goal of "self-cure" as a way to motivate themselves to seek improvement in quality of life. Others might say that this orientation is setting oneself up for disappointment when the person hits a bump in the road or has an embarrassing episode. In either case that it is important to recognize the fact that for most people it is a lifelong condition that needs to be carefully managed. Schizophrenia is associated with genetic (your DNA and family history) and environmental factors (like trauma or major stress), neither of which are your fault. There is research that shows that schizophrenia sets in when the brain is physically altered- the spaces inside are larger than in most people's brain. There are also chemical changes to neurotransmitters and other chemicals in the brain. Medications are designed to rebalance those chemicals which are "out of whack". There is a TON of unknown data about schizophrenia and the last decade ("the decade of the brain") shed more light on the disease than was ever known in all of time before that. So there is in fact lots of hope for better prevention and better management, possibly even a cure! The point is to live your life the best you can. Create alliance with those who are there to help you do that, and with other people who are trying to do what you are trying to do. Believe in yourself and your ability to adjust and improve. You really don't have to be alone. Even websites like this allow you to connect with other people and discuss life in general. Good luck to those of you with schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia can be controlled and cured without the use of medication. Make sure that the patient is not using any recreational drugs or alcohol as this raises dopamine in… the brain, high levels of dopamine are directly responsible for hallucinations and distorted perceptions. I would however recommend that you stabilize the condition with anti-psychotics (preferably Seroquel or Risperdal) Risperdal has anti-depressant qualities and Seroquel is powerful anti-anxiety and a good sedative. The sedating effects however do wear off over time. Once the condition is stable the person can gradually reduce their medication until they are no longer taking anti-psychotics. Although this method is not recommended by Psychiatrists. It has worked for me, as I too suffered from schizophrenia. It is very important that any person with schizophrenia gets enough sleep as lack of sleep aggravates the condition. I would say that a person who develops a psychosis from cannabis is not suffering from schizophrenia rather a drug induced psychosis and as such can control that by staying away from the drugs where as someone who develops schizophrenia without marijuana may have difficulties and may need to take medication for ever However the active component in marijuana contains THC which is known to worsen psychotic symptoms namely paranoia in schizophrenics. John Nash, the mathematician whom a movie was made called a Beautiful Mind regained his grip on sanity without the use of medications, after a very long time of psychosis. Studies indicate that first episode treatment can greatly improve recovery from schizophrenia and untreated schizophrenia can make things worse. Schizophrenia can be treated, but it can never fully be cured after the second stage of its onset.
Thee is no cure for schizophrenia at present, but there are some effective treatment options.
The evidence suggests that people with schizophrenia are probably not cured without the use of medication. People with schizophrenia may improve over time, even without medica…tion. However, do not confuse this with being cured.
To this day, there is no totally verified answer as to why people "get" schizophrenia. Some people claim that the mother has a certain infection or virus during pregnancy. S…ome claim that chemicals, such as epinephrine in the body have certain effects on children that cause them to get schizophrenia. Still others say that it has to do with the frontal cortex and development of that area of the brain, especially in adolescence. Last but not least some researchers suggest that psycho-social factors such as childhood trauma may cause someone to develop schizophrenia. Now, because we are seeing more late-onset schizophrenia with patients in their fifties, our thinking is complicated because people now question why it's onset is so late in some people but not in others. Really, the totally factual answer has to be, "We don't know." Schizophrenia is not a mystery: Schizophrenia is not a mystery. It looks mysterious because our very concept of mind and mental disorders is wrong. Understanding the mind: We know that god is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. However, looking god from this angle makes god look very mysterious. Hinduism says that to understand god one has to believe that 'I am the supreme god'. For similar reasons, to understand mind we have to believe that mind has as real an existence as the body. The material mind is nothing but the Isometric component of our skeletal muscular system. This component has properties exactly the same as that of the mind. We can understand the mind easily by knowing the properties of the Isometric component of our skeletal muscular system. However, people who want to keep god an eternal mystery want to believe that god is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. Similarly people who want to keep mind an eternal mystery wish to believe that it is abstract and yet want to study it scientifically! No doubt, mind remains an eternal mystery. Understanding mental disorders: We believe that the mind is the same as the brain. This concept can't explain how people who don't even know that they have a brain can control their mind. We can't understand mental disorders by studying the brain. Most of the so called mental disorders are actually disorders of movement i.e. they are behavior disorders. Thus, they are better understood by studying the Isometric component of our skeletal muscular system. The mystery behind Schizophrenia: We believe that we are created to use reasoning. However, human thinking is very complicated. It is three dimensional. Time, space and person are the three dimensions that we use for thinking. The person - dimension leads to seven different kinds of thinking. Since we want to understand the behavior of people using reasoning only, the behavior of some people looks mysterious even to scientists who are studying mental disorders. Therefore, Schizophrenia is not as mysterious as most people want to believe. It looks mysterious because we want to understand it using reasoning only, which is a next to impossible. Schizophrenia is form of mental illness which has many causes, spreading from biology, genetics, neurology, viral infection and social influence. There is no absolute explanation for why people get Schizophrenia, or why only certain people get it. Psychologists have theorised many different contributing factors which do seem to be viable, some more than others. But in the end, a complete list of factors may be impossible to obtain as our world has an infinite amount of factors, and our mind and body has an infinite different ways in which to react to them. Some of the factors which have been positively correlated to Schizophrenia are: - Reduced brain stem size when compared to those without the condition - Neurological disorder - Brain damage - Genetic inheritance - Childhood trauma - Adult trauma - Drug abuse - Environmental factors (such as Socio-Economic Status, living conditions and the behaviours and personalities of others around you)
Answer No. Actually these diseases are quite different from each other, and so far, both are incurable, albeit treatable. Effective treatment is available on the form o…f specific medicaments (such as lithium and antidepressives for bipolar disorder, and antipsychotics for schizophrenia) plus psychotherapy and supportive therapy. Acupressure and acupuncture are ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques without any proved effects, except in some cases of somatic pain, according to the US National Institutes of Health. Correction, acupuncture is not just for pain, and it HAS been proven to treat mental illness. The World Health Organization deemed acupuncture effective in treating over 40 commonly seen conditions ranging from insomina to HIV/AIDS. It is a 3000 year old healing art that is gaining momentum in the US to be recognized an a powerful alternative healing system to conventional medicine. Please refer to the discussion board for more information.
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