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What are some symptoms of brief psychotic disorder?

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Some symptoms of brief psychotic disorder are:

Other symptoms include:

  • Hallucinations: Someone might hear or see things that aren't there, or feel sensations, even though nothing is touching them.
  • Delusions: These are false beliefs that someone refuses to give up, even in the face of facts.
  • Disorganized thinking
  • Speech that doesn't make sense
  • Unusual behavior and dress
  • Memory problems
  • Disorientation or confusion
  • Changes in eating or sleeping habits, energy level, or weight
  • Indecision

SOURCES: 

Medicinenet: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

Drugs.com: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

The Merck Manual: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

 

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 17, 2018

SOURCES: 

Medicinenet: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

Drugs.com: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

The Merck Manual: "Brief Psychotic Disorder."

 

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 17, 2018

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