Childhood Schizophrenia is a mental disorder which affects the person’s ability to tell what is real and not real, to act normal, and to think clearly. The cause of Childhood Schizophrenia is still unclear, but some think it is triggered by a tragic event or family history of the disorder. Childhood Schizophrenia is usually diagnosed during childhood or teenage years and has symptoms including isolation, hallucinations, delusions, and trouble sleeping or concentrating. Childhood Schizophrenia is treated with antipsychotic medications which most people stay on for life. The earlier Childhood Schizophrenia is diagnosed the better the outlook for that person.
Schizophrenia, Childhood Bioinformatics Tool
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