Schizophrenia recovery self-help guide

Schizophrenia Recovery: Self-Help Guide

Having schizophrenia is not the end of the world. It’s a good era to be alive. The innovation of new technology has made diagnosis and treatment of diseases and illnesses much reliable. However, despite the technological advances, there is still a great deal we need to learn about mental illnesses. Schizophrenia is at the forefront […]

Research – Newest Schizophrenia Drugs

Newest Schizophrenia Treatment: Third Generation Antipsychotic

Say goodbye to negative side effects with this antipsychotic drug. Antipsychotic drugs are what doctors use for the treatment of the psychotic symptoms of a schizophrenic patient. There are three types of antipsychotic medications, first-generation, second-generation, and third-generation antipsychotics. First-generation antipsychotics came into the market in 1950. The drugs are also called neuroleptic since they […]

Success Story Alice Evans

Friendship Helped Turn One Woman’s Life Around

A diagnosis of schizophrenia changed the course of Alice’s life. While significant steps have been taken in recent years to reduce the stigma around mental illnesses like depression and anxiety, schizophrenia still remains a taboo topic which is greatly understood in most circles. And it’s a shame. With more than one in ten Australians living […]

Success story Alice

A Story Of Pain, Triumph, And Recovery

She has always been constantly shocked by the many myths and misconceptions people have about Schizophrenia. Although Alice recalls struggling with depression from the age of 16, she had never imagined that she could ever be having Schizophrenia. To her, it somehow feels like the Schizophrenia was simply an escalation of depression. The first time […]

is schizophrenia a distinct disease

Is Schizophrenia A Distinct Disease?

Things are not always as they seem.  The idea that Schizophrenia is a distinct disease has been disputed for a while now. According to a research study by C. Robert Cloninger, MD, PhD of Washington University School of Medicine, Schizophrenia is not a distinct disease but rather a combination of eight disorders. Scientists attribute this […]