Schizophrenia, a chronic and neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorder, distorts thinking and perception, resulting in psychosis. This condition involves disrupted neurotransmitter systems, including dopamine, glutamate, serotonin, norepinephrine, and glycine, leading to diverse symptoms. These symptoms fall within common domains associated with schizophrenia.
Dr. Kalrav Mistry's schizophrenia treatment encompasses a comprehensive strategy, targeting both neurodevelopmental aspects and symptom relief.
Treatment involves restoring the equilibrium of dopamine, glutamate, serotonin, norepinephrine, and glycine neurotransmitters for symptom mitigation.
Personalized treatment plans are designed, considering the specific manifestations of each patient's distorted thinking and perception.
Understanding the neurodevelopmental factors at play, Dr. Mistry tailors treatment to manage the disorder's unique challenges and complexities.
Positive Symptoms : Delusions, suspiciousness, and strange mental content, hallucinations (often aural, visual, or tactile).
Negative Symptoms : Social withdrawal, a lack of self-care, anhedonia, and decreased interaction are all symptoms of social withdrawal.
Behavioral : Violence, impulsivity, disinhibition, hypersexuality, or impulsive angry outbursts are all symptoms of a disorder.
Mood : Effective symptoms like as euphoria or depression are typical in schizophrenia. The core component of schizophrenia is psychosis, which means having a distorted perception of reality. Schizophrenia patients may have hallucinations and delusions.
Cognitive : Memory registration and recall are impaired in long-term schizophrenia patients. Patients suffering from schizophrenia may exhibit poor emotional and social responses and become less productive because it is a continuously progressing condition.
Schizophrenia is, indeed, a serious mental condition. However, in order to be diagnosed with schizophrenia, an individual must have been experiencing these symptoms for more than 6 months. They lead dysfunctional social, occupational, and familial life. Tobacco or cigarette addiction is quite common among schizophrenia patients.
We attempt not only to aid patients suffering from schizophrenia, but also to provide empathic support to their relatives or carers, via comprehensive care and therapy.
Yes, Dr. Kalrav Mistry offers comprehensive treatment plans that aim to manage symptoms and improve the quality of life.
Treatment for schizophrenia often involves a combination of medication, psychosocial interventions, and personalized therapeutic strategies.
Collaboration between the patient, family, and experts like Dr. Mistry is vital for successful schizophrenia treatment, ensuring holistic support.