Every 100th German is affected by the disease of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. People with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder suffer from a whole lot of symptoms. Often see, hear, feel, taste or smell things that do not really exist or are totally convinced by facts that can be ojektiv not true. Also, they are suffering under huge paranoia and sometimes fears people or even aliens could have conspired against them. The symptoms generally divided between positive, negative and cognitive symptoms. The symptoms described are among the positive, during, for example, drive, social withdrawal and lack of concentration is counted to the negative symptoms.
Cognitive symptoms include voice and impoverishment of thought as well as Denkstorugen, so a strong confusion of the patient. The disease is therefore characterised by uncontrolled and extreme displacement of the actuator, the activity and mood, the far outside of the Normal levels vary in direction of depression or mania. This happens especially when the diseases are left untreated. While in Psychiatry, the mood swings are equated with a depression, the mania is excessive euphoria is observed. In Germany almost every has been diagnosed with statistically once in life a bipolar er lifting.
Men and women are usually equally often affected, but the onset in men is often at the age of 20 to 25 years, women closer to the age of 25 to 30 years. In addition to the figures, the disease but also at any time can occur. The thrust of a disease, say, a phase of the disease, can take weeks to months, then the psychosis heals more or less completely, until after several months or even years after a new thrust. Every person differently perceives the bipolar disorder. Some are hardly depressed, but very disturbing manic phases. Often, schizophrenia leads to antisocial behaviour, relationship errors and Adverse effects on the work. Unfortunately this psychiatric disorder often burdened with strongly negative stereotypes, which can lead to exclusion and isolation of the people concerned. This of course significantly limits the quality of life. On the other hand, the above symptoms can be treated once bipolar disorder has been determined.