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  1. photo Wheat madness - Is this popular grain provoking mental illness?Wheat madness - Is this popular grain provoking mental illness?News
    , including psychotic breakdowns. Far from a benign food, wheat has been linked with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and even diseases like multiple sclerosis along with Alzheimer's. In the spirit of physicalRead more
  2. Beating gluten intoleranceNews
    of schizophrenics and victims of multiple sclerosis who suffer from areaction. This largely comes from the malabsorption of vitamins (B3 and B6 deficiency are closely associated with schizophrenia) or fat-solubleRead more
  3. photo Psychiatry's insiders revolt against flawed DSM-5Psychiatry's insiders revolt against flawed DSM-5News
    , listing mental health disorders such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia based on symptoms alone. Insel wants to take a more objective approach forward, using cognitive testing, brain scans, and geneticRead more
  4. photo Wheat contains over 23,000 potentially harmful proteinsWheat contains over 23,000 potentially harmful proteinsNews
    , likely triggers autoimmune responses that vary in how they manifest -- for some, health changes will be virtually unnoticeable in the short term, while others will develop autism, schizophrenia, or otherRead more
  5. photo Treating 'hidden causes' cures debilitating mental illness, when nutritional approaches and counseling failTreating 'hidden causes' cures debilitating mental illness, when nutritional approaches and counseling failNews
    are associated with Schizophrenia, Autism and ADHDGut dysbiosis occurs when the intestines develop an imbalance of bacteria. Good bacteria are overtaken by parasites, candida and "bad" bacteria. Gut dysbiosisRead more
  6. photo Hang gliding instructor slips into psychosis, recovers without drugs, gets PhD and writes the book Rethinking MadnessHang gliding instructor slips into psychosis, recovers without drugs, gets PhD and writes the book Rethinking MadnessNews
    reviews with me the common myths associated with mental illness.Here they are:Myth #1: Schizophrenia is a brain DiseaseMyth #2: "Schizophrenia" is a valid constructMyth #3: People cannot fully recover fromRead more
  7. photo Genetically modified democracy: Monsanto moves to obliterate states' rights to label GMOsGenetically modified democracy: Monsanto moves to obliterate states' rights to label GMOsNews
    , neurological disorders , Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), dementia, Alzheimer's, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Those most susceptibleto poisoning by Monsanto's Roundup are childrenRead more
  8. photo Women are 40 percent more likely to develop mental illness than men, study concludesWomen are 40 percent more likely to develop mental illness than men, study concludesNews
    For reasons that are still largely unclear, women are much more likely than men to develop some form of mental illness during their lives, whether it be depression, schizophrenia, or simple anxietyRead more
  9. photo Mind PharmacyMind PharmacyTreatment
    of schizophrenia. Another trial that included 24hospitalized psychiatric patients determined that 11 days of musictherapy (30 minutes/day) lead to a statistically relevant decline in theparticipants’ Beck AnxietyRead more
  10. photo Animal Assisted TherapyAnimal Assisted TherapyTreatment
    their coping skills. A number of studies also point to significant benefit of AAT in furthering quality of life in those with schizophrenia – namely, improvements in the ability to experience pleasureRead more

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Schizophrenia

Disease

Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder. People with this disorder often show abnormal social behavior and fail to recognize what is real. Common symptoms include strange beliefs, unclear or confused thinking and language, hearing voices, reduced social activity, reduced expression of feelings and inactivity. Diagnosis is based on observing the person and what he or she says about...More