What is psychosis disorder?

The main symptoms of a psychosis is a distorted perception of reality, often with auditory hallucinations or other perceptual disturbances, confusion or altered behavior.

Common delusions is that the patient feels directly persecuted, thinks people are out to harm another, they form a conspiracy, spying through the car windows, wiretapping phone or food poisoning. Strong jealousy is another symptom, or you have ideas of their own greatness, know that you have special skills or tasks in life or feel powerful or divine. People diagnosed with schizophrenia, manic-depressive disorder or dementia often have clear symptoms of psychosis.

Psychosis can be chronic or intermittent. Transient psychosis can occur at high loads, severe sleep deprivation, physical illness or due to medications and drugs.

The paranoid psychosis is also a special form. Under this condition, one has only one type of delusion or a set delusions similar to each other. It may be that they feel persecuted, being extremely jealous, being big headed, extremely cavil or that one imagines that one is poisoned or infected with a dangerous disease.

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