Is schizophrenia curable?
is there any pill or tablet or cognitive therapy for this
sickness and what are the symptoms of this illness ?
No, it is not curable. The symptoms can range from hearing voices, to severe mood swings. Paranoia is very prevalent. But, good news, there are medicines that do help to control it. I would recommend going to a Neurologist. They can assist you from there.
The first line pharmacological therapy for schizophrenia is usually the use of antipsychotic medication 72. The concept of 'curing' schizophrenia is controversial as there are no clear criteria for what might constitute a cure, although some criteria for the remission of symptoms have recently been suggested63. Therefore, antipsychotic drugs are only thought to provide symptomatic relief from the postive symptoms of psychosis. The newer atypical antipsychotic medications (such as clozapine, risperidone, olanzapine, quetiapine, ziprasidone and aripiprazole) are usually preferred over older typical antipsychotic medications (such as chlorpromazine and haloperidol) due to their favorable side-effect profile. Compared to the typical antipsychotics, the atypicals are associated with a lower incident rate of extrapyramidal side-effects (EPS) and tardive dyskinesia (TD) although they are more likely to induce weight gain and so increase risk for obesity-related diseases62. It is still unclear whether newer drugs reduce the chances of developing the rare but potentially life-threatening neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS). While the atypical antipsychotics are associated with less EPS and TD than the conventional antipsychotics, some of the agents in this class (especially olanzapine and clozapine) appear to be associated with metabolic side effects such as weight gain, hyperglycemia and hypertriglyceridemia that must be considered when choosing appropriate pharmacotherapy.
Unfortunately it is not curable but is manageable for many people if they would stay on their prescribed medications. You have to see a psychiatrist.
Whether schizophrenia even exists is actually open to debate. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for the Diagnosis of Mental illness is vague and its criteria are ill defined.
Schizophrenia is merely a psychiatric label affixed to people who behave somehow abnormally or differently than society considers acceptable. But it is not a disease in the sense that it cannot be objectively measured by medical tests. It is more of a social construct.
If you go to a psychiatrist they will indeed provide medications that will supposedly "cure" you, however psychiatric medications are very dangerous with a long list of dangerous side effects. There are better ways to improve the conditions in your life than to resort to drugs.
I think not,
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