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Explains what psychosis is, including possible causes and how you can access treatment and support. Includes tips for helping yourself, and guidance for friends and family.
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Psychosis can be a symptom of lots of different mental health problems. If you have one or more of these diagnoses then you may experience psychosis - and if you experience psychosis (and you have other symptoms too) then you may be given one of these diagnoses:
But you might also experience psychosis on its own. Some ideas about things that make psychosis more likely include:
This information was published in August 2016. We will revise it in 2019.
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