Symptoms & Types
Schizophrenia symptoms vary from person to person. Learn all about the symptoms, the different types of schizophrenia, and conditions that are similar.
Schizophrenia is more than hallucinations and delusions. Find out what else to look out for.
Schizophrenia usually takes hold after puberty. Most people are diagnosed in their late teens
to early 30s.
These symptoms can be very stressful and interfere with the ability to lead a normal life. Learn more about these subtle signs.
Schizophrenia can be difficult to see in teens. Read more about how to spot the symptoms in a teenager.
Frequently asked questions about schizophrenia. Get the answers here.
Psychosis refers to when you lose touch with reality and see, hear, or believe things that aren’t real.
Learn about the 5 types of schizophrenia, each a bit different. This article will help you understand.
Paranoid schizophrenia, or schizophrenia with paranoia as doctors now call it, is the most common example of this mental illness.
For some people, depression or bipolar disorder symptoms are also part of the mix. Click here to learn more.
Like the name says, symptoms are relatively brief but still quite severe. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of brief psychotic disorder.
Find out how this short-term type of schizophrenia is different. Learn about the symptoms and treatment of schizophreniform disorder.
Delusions are the main features of this serious condition. Find out the different types, symptoms, and treatment of delusional disorder.
This is a rare condition in which an otherwise healthy person joins in on the delusions of a psychotic person. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of shared psychotic disorder.
Suicide is the number one cause of premature death among people with schizophrenia. It’s important to know warning signs and how to react.
Learn how substance abuse can interfere with schizophrenia treatment and why so many people with schizophrenia smoke.
Many people with schizophrenia end up homeless. Find out why and what can be done to help them live a good life.
People with schizophrenia are not especially prone to violence and often prefer to be left alone.