Tag: long term
A new study finds adverse long-term consequences associated with the increased use of antipsychotics in first-episode psychosis.
School aged children exposed prenatally to psychotropic medication show poorer outcomes in cognitive ability.
Introductory arts courses at Open Arts Essex show improvements in mental well-being and social inclusion for individuals with mental health challenges.
Reduced usage of antipsychotics in first-episode psychosis was associated with improved executive functioning.
Study finds that 74% of patients with a psychotic disorder off antipsychotics at end of 10 years are in remission.
Over the last 30 years Dr. Martin Harrow, Ph.D., has collected data from over 1000 interviews with people who have lived experience with mental illness. His research has been the basis for a number of papers delineating the effect of medications on those he interviewed. Further analysis of the data will answer several questions that provide the basis for a better understand of the long term effects of anti-psychotics on the treatment of schizophrenia.
I recently receive a tweet from Intervoice, that said “This is a odd research finding in my view, what do you think? http://fb.me/L9cs3NTR” Curious, I...