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Offline georgi_zlatev

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What causes schizophrenia?
« on: 16/05/2013 07:50:59 »
The problem of schizophrenia is the balance between the consciousness and subconsciousness.The balance is violated and consciousness take advantage over subconsciousness.And when the links which made us conscious are interrupted this lead us to schizophrenia.Our mind is build to seek to what we can not reach.This mean that big endeavours being conscious lead us to schizophrenia.
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Re: How to treat schizophrenia
« Reply #1 on: 16/05/2013 13:14:28 »
Every man consist of two personality.The first is logical and is consciousness.The second is subconsciousness and is illogical.Human behaviour consist of two.They consciousness and subconsciousness switch on depending on the situation without we be aware of that.Subconsciousness switchs on when consciousness is unable to solve a problem like strange thinking.When consciousness is blocked for some reason subconsciousness replace it without our understanding.Strange thinking leads to strange actions which is symptom for schizophrenia.
 

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Re: What causes schizophrenia?
« Reply #2 on: 17/05/2013 18:19:15 »
I doubt many would argue against strange thinking & subconscious involvement in schizophrenia, but it's hardly an explanation...

For an entertaining and enlightening treatment of System 1 and System 2 (or Type 1 & Type 2, or  intuitive and rational) thinking, see 'Thinking Fast and Slow' by Daniel Kahneman.
 

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