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National Schizophrenia Awareness Day 🧠 Posted on 26 Jul 2022

Today is National Schizophrenia Awareness Day 🧠
The most common symptoms of schizophrenia can make everyday activities more difficult but with effective treatment, it can be managed.
This can include:
➡️ recognising the signs
➡️ taking medicine as prescribed
➡️ talking to others about the condition
If you or someone you know is living with schizophrenia, you can find more info on our website: nhs.uk/schizophrenia
May be an image of text that says "NHS ပလွ် Schizophrenia is a long-term mental health condition that can cause a range of different psychological symptoms."
May be an image of text that says "NHS ලිපි Symptoms of schizophrenia can include hearing or seeing things that don't exist •having delusions losing interest in everyday activities not caring about personal hygiene wanting to avoid people including friends"
May be an image of text that says "ලිවි NHS If you know someone with schizophrenia Encourage the person to take their medication and attend medical appointments Try to understand what schizophrenia is and how it affects people You may want to get support to cope with your own feelings. Several voluntary organisations provide help and support for carers"
May be an image of text that says "NHS For more information on living with schizophrenia visit nhs.uk/schizophrenia"
 
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