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Re: When is the on-set of Schizophrenia?

Posted by linkadge on January 30, 2005, at 21:30:07

In reply to Re: When is the on-set of Schizophrenia?, posted by mmcconathy on January 30, 2005, at 20:39:44

The Adderall, may be treating the negative symptoms of your schitsophrenia. Stimulant use in schitsophrenia is remarkably common since it can actually improve certain aspects of the disease. Ie apathy, poor cognition and exectutive function.

It may be that a stimulant can help treat certain aspects of the disorder. I would look into the omega 3 fatty acids DHA/EPA. They can also treat some of the aspects of the disease.





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