Residual Schizophrenia

Residual Schizophrenia, a condition manifested by individuals with symptoms of schizophrenia who, after a psychotic schizophrenic episode, are no longer psychotic. It can also be said that, Residual Schizophrenia is a condition occurring in individuals with a history of schizophrenic episodes, characterized by blunted or inappropriate emotion, social withdrawal, eccentric behavior, and the making of loose associations, and lacking in prominent psychotic symptoms.

Residual Schizophrenia;
 The symptoms of residual schizophrenia may occur for at least a year and include the following:

  • lack of facial expression
  • neglecting hygiene
  • isolation or withdrawal from society
  • less eye contact
  • non-responsiveness
  • poor non-verbal communication
  • listening problems
Talk to your doctor if you or family members have observed some of these symptoms.

Residual Schizophrenia Treatment;
Residual Schizophrenia are much less impaired than those diagnosed with one of the other four types, ongoing treatment is still necessary. Treatment will often include the continuance of anti-psychotic medication in order to manage current symptoms. Anti-psychotic medication will also help reduce the risk of a recurrence of a full-blown psychotic episode.

Learning to manage stress, developing a strong support network will also help reduce the risk of future acute episodes.

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