The answer to this question depends on each individual. Some persons suffering from schizophrenia are able to control the disease through medication and therapy, and to enjoy successful careers.
The chance of the child of someone with schizophrenia also having schizophrenia is about 10 to 15 percent.
Schizophrenia does not usually slow down growth and development. Schizophrenia often does not appear until young adulthood when most growth and development is already completed.
Normal behavior is basically behavior that is socially acceptable. Everyday type stuff. Abnormal is what lies outside that standard deviation. Things such as schizophrenia, bipolar, and other psychological disorders are classified as abnormal.
Yes, someone with ADD can hold down a job. But they may have a little bit of difficulty performing some tasks due to lack to interest which could lead to lack to concentration.
I would say just the most relevant and recent. You don't want to look like you can't hold down a job.
Woman could not hold a farming job, cause they thought woman could not do that job.
look for 2 screws that hold down the cap. you will need a Phillips screwdriver for the job.
Yes. Schizophrenia is partly genetic, meaning that if you have a relative with schizophrenia you are likely to also have schizophrenia. About 1/10 of people with a relative with schizophrenia develop schizophrenia, compared to 1/100 people without a relative with schizophrenia.
People with schizophrenia usually have normal cognitive function at the beginning of the course of schizophrenia.
Residual schizophrenia is caused by a partial recovery from schizophrenia. For an explanation of what causes schizophrenia, please see the related question.
Teenagers and young adults are most likely to get schizophrenia. Women with schizophrenia are more likely to have less severe schizophrenia and have paranoid schizophrenia, as well as developing schizophrenia at an average age of 25; men have a more severe course, with higher rates of disorganized and catatonic schizophrenia as well as developing schizophrenia at the average age of 18.