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Understanding Treatment for Schizophrenia - VHL HealthSheet #AA47103_VA
The goals of treatment and recovery are to reduce or stop symptoms, reduce the number of relapses, and develop a personal plan for your recovery by setting and meeting goals for home, work, and relationships.
Diagnosing Schizophrenia - VHL HealthSheet #AA47092_VA
To start, your healthcare provider will ask you questions about your medical history, mental health, and any unusual experiences you may have had, such as hearing voices or having confusing thoughts. You also will have a physical exam.
When to Get Help for Schizophrenia - VHL HealthSheet #AA47065_VA
As a Veteran who experiences schizophrenia, it is important that you find the treatment that is right for you and in line with your goals and values.
Schizophrenia: When Hospital Care Is Needed - VHL HealthSheet #UG5101_VA
People living with schizophrenia sometimes have to spend time in the hospital. This can be because severe symptoms are making it hard for them to take care of themselves.
Tips for Taking Medicines for Schizophrenia - VHL HealthSheet #AS1149_VA
Medicine is an effective treatment for schizophrenia, but sometimes you may have a hard time taking your medicine.
Medicines for Schizophrenia - VHL HealthSheet #AA47186_VA
Medicine can be a very effective part of your treatment plan for schizophrenia. There are many medicines that can help.
What You Should Know About Clozapine - VHL HealthSheet #41513_VA
Clozapine is an antipsychotic medicine used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia.
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