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Paranoia: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

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Paranoia: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Author : James S Pendergraft   Top Author

Submitted : 2014-01-10 22:44:35    Word Count : 427    Popularity:   Not Rated

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Paranoia is a mental disorder because of which the patient starts feeling that everyone is their enemy and will harm or kill them. A patient suffering from paranoia may experience an intense and acute feeling of distrust toward others which may often cause bad behavior and hostility.

Causes of paranoia:

Paranoia is a mental disorder which may be caused because of the advancement of schizophrenic conditions. It is also a neural disorder and may be caused by the early stages of dementia, Alzheimer's disorder, Parkinson's disease or Huntington's disease. Sometimes, paranoiac behavior may be caused as a side effect of some medicines for another disorder.

It is always better to diagnose such mental disorders as early as possible as one can attain proper medical treatment and care before they cause serious damage. There are certain approved medications and treatments against this rare mental disorder. However, one can attain proper treatment only if the problem has been diagnosed by a doctor at the appropriate time. Moreover, without knowledge of the proper symptoms, a person may not consider visiting a doctor. Here are some of the very common symptoms of a person suffering from paranoia.

Symptoms of Paranoia:

1) The patient may start feeling that everybody including strangers are backbiting about them.

2) The patient may suffer situations where they feel that others are able to read their mind.

3) The patient may feel that they can influence others with their paranoiac thoughts and activities.

4) The patient may be constantly suspicious that others are stealing their ideas and thoughts.

5) The patient may feel that everyone and everything including newspapers, television, and radio are addressing their own problems and issues specifically.

Treatment against Paranoiac mental disorder

Paranoia is a mental disorder and thus relaxation techniques such as proper rest, counseling, meditation, exercises and sleep may provide some relief. One should try to reduce stress and remain peaceful to ease the problem. However, if prevention does not help in reducing the chances of paranoiac behavior, then medicinal help can be taken. Psychotherapy is considered as a good treatment. First, one should try to confirm that the behavior they are suffering from isn't caused as a side effect of some other medicines. If so, one can stop using such medicines which are causing depression and paranoia Many patients suffering from schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's, or Huntington's disorder may find that when they regularly take medicines for those diseases, they suffer lesser situations of paranoiac disorder. Continuing medicines regularly may help them in avoiding such situations. One may also opt for the process of cognitive behavior therapy.

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