Schizophrenia Treatment Center in Lahore

Schizophrenia is a serious illness characterized by disturbances in behavioral perception and thought. The most important symptoms are delusions, hallucinations and bizarre behavior. If left untreated, this disorder results in significant impairment of daily functioning. The risk of violence towards others as well as towards oneself may increase.

Schizophrenia is a complex mental illness that affects brain functions such as decision-making, relationships, emotions and thinking. It requires long-term treatment, which is available in a Bridge Rehab Lahore. It is treated with a number of treatments such as therapy and medication. In severe cases, hospitalization may also be recommended. All treatment is prescribed after a thorough diagnosis by our experienced psychiatrists or psychologists. For effective treatment, we have a team of highly skilled and dedicated psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and other relevant staff. Specialists may recommend several treatment options, such as medication, 1st generation antipsychotics, 2nd generation antipsychotics, long-acting injectable antipsychotics, psychosocial intervention, hospitalization and electroconvulsive therapy.

Schizophrenia disorder

Schizophrenia disorders are mental disorders in which patients are unable to interpret reality correctly. It can be the result of distorted thinking, delusions and hallucinations, while at the same time interfering with everyday brain functions. To date, science has not advanced sufficiently to pinpoint the cause of the disorder, but some advances suggest that it is caused by a mix of genetics, environment and brain chemistry in patients. To fight the disease, they need lifelong support in a psychiatric clinic. The brain functions of people with schizophrenia are most affected by emotions, behavior and thinking. Symptoms are often should be nightmares, hallucinations, disturbed thinking and irrational behavior.

Patients with schizophrenia usually refuse treatment. They are paranoid about their family members. Diagnosing and treating these disorders is very difficult. A thorough assessment by a psychiatrist is required. The first line of treatment is medication. Other treatment options, such as psychotherapy, are usually difficult to implement without medication.