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Synonyms for psychotic

Synonyms for psychotic

characteristic of or suffering from psychosis

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Around one in every 100 people will experience a psychotic disorder in their lives, with the majority developing symptoms at 18-25 years old.
At follow-up, psychotic incidents were significantly more common in the remitting and persistent groups (40% and 62%, respectively) than in the nonsymptomatic and incident groups (10% and 11%).
Several authors use the constructs PLEs, schizotypy, schizotypal traits, psychosis-proneness, and psychotic experiences as interchangeable, even though there is no scientific rationale or evidence.
Recurrent episodes of psychotic features in adolescents have been the subject of clinical discussion for decades.
However, schizotypal traits bring together a larger series of attenuated psychotic symptoms (e.
The use of 2 or more anti psychotics is also called polypharmacy22.
5%) who had taken stimulants experienced psychotic and related symptoms, compared with 32 of 117 participants (27.
Accordingly, a sudden initiation, short psychotic period and full recovery confusion during the psychotic period, stupor mutism, delusions, hallucinations or manic symptoms, and psychotic period in parallel to the menstrual cycle, i.
The advanced epidemiological methods referred to by Bebbington have helped uncover the wide range of manifestations of significant psychological distress in people with psychotic disorder.
Objective: This study aimed to determine the depression level of the fathers of neurotic and psychotic children.
The actor is also making sure that viewers not only talk about his psychotic role in "Sons of Anarchy", but also notice his varied choice of characters.
Experts have found that kids who move schools three times or more before the age of 12 are 60% more likely to develop at least one psychotic symptom as young teenagers.
The most puzzling part of psychotic disorders is their etiology.