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What Is The Difference Between Schizophrenia And Schizo-affective Disorder?

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Schizophrenia is the name of a psychiatric mental disorder which is typified by damage to one's perceptive skills in viewing reality and by considerable social or professional dysfunction. An individual who is diagnosed as being a schizophrenic is generally signified as exhibiting unsystematic ways of thought, and as having illusions or false visions, mainly auditory hallucinations, that is, thinking that they have heard something which has not happened. Even though the condition is mainly believed to have an effect on one's cognitive skills, it can also add to chronic disorders dealing with behavioural traits and emotions.

On the other hand, a schizoaffective disorder is the name of a psychiatric diagnosis in which both the signs of a mood disorder as well as those of psychosis are detected. There are two kinds, bipolar and depressive.
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SCHIZOPHRENIA , YOU HEAR VOICES AND HAVE STRANGE THOUGHTS AND BELIEVES .. SCHIZO AFFECTIVE DISORDER , YOU HAVE MOOD CHANGES WITH PSHYCOTIC SYMPTOMS , LIKE MOOD SWINGS AND HEARING VOICES OR PARANOID ,LIKE SOME ONE IS OUT TO GET YOU.

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