Common Psychotic Disorder

A shared psychotic disorder occurs when people have a mania position of someone with whom they have a close personal relationship.

A psychosis include symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, as well as bizarre and inappropriate motor behavior, demonstrating a loss of contact with reality.

A shared psychotic disorder occurs when people have a mania position of someone with whom they have a close personal relationship. A psychosis include symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, as well as bizarre and inappropriate motor behavior, demonstrating a loss of contact with reality. A shared psychotic disorder (formerly known as folie à deux) is now considered a part of delusional disorder. They usually occurs when a person or a group of people (usually a family) that are associated with a person with a significant delusional disorder or schizophrenia in context. The prevalence of common psychosis is not known, but the disease appears to be rare. The patient with the primary disease is the socially dominant element in the relationship in the control and imposes the delusion the patient to the secondary fault, or convince him of the unusual beliefs. Find out who has the primary psychosis in the relationship is important because the person does not get erect with the secondary disorder usually the delusion if it is separated from the person with the primary disease. Counseling and therapy can usually help people with a common psychosis. Usually, a person needs a drug treatment with psychotic symptoms.

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