Schiz Life's Most Popular Articles

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, April 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — When it comes to comprehensive information on schizophrenia and all that pertains to it, Schiz Life is the place to go. Its extensive database has grown tremendously since its initial launch and will carry on doing the same in the years to come. Of course, all this has been made possible through the incredible involvement of the community.

Schiz Life has done incredible work in the mental health community, as it managed to single-handedly dispel many negative stereotypes relating to disorders of the mind. It did so by educating the population on the most sensitive topics in the field. Here are the website’s three most popular articles so far in 2018 that stand as living proof of that.

1. Borderline Schizophrenia 101 – Definition, Symptoms, Diagnosis
Even though the latest review of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders established a universal diagnosis of the illness, there are many variations to schizophrenia. SchizLife’s popular article on borderline schizophrenia explores one of the most severely misunderstood facets of the condition.

Although it has never made it to the DSM as a standalone diagnosis, borderline schizophrenia is something that many patients struggle with. This entry offers some much-needed exposure to the topic, thus helping those in need of more information educate themselves.

2. The Stages of Schizophrenia
Anyone who’s struggled with the ups and downs of mental illness knows that one does not simply wake up without their sanity one morning. Just like other conditions, schizophrenia develops over time, and SchizLife.com’s well-read piece on the topic sheds some light on the onset of the disorder and its stages.

It is a valuable resource for anyone dealing with the diagnosis, as well as for those close to them. Schizophrenia is a complex disorder that can take on a diverse symptomatology depending on the moment in time, which is why having a proper understanding of it is crucial.

3. Famous People and Celebrities with Schizophrenia
Just because a person is a celebrity, that does not mean that they are exempt from the plight of mental illness. According to the article published on www.schizlife.com, plenty of famous people from all walks of life were battling schizophrenia, either publicly or behind closed doors. These individuals activated in countless fields, such as art, literature, music, science or sports.

The most notable name on the list certainly has to be that of Nobel prize laureate mathematician John Nash, whose life inspired the famous biopic A Beautiful Mind. Other global personalities who suffered from the condition include Beat generation novelist Jack Kerouac, male ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky, musician Jim Gordon and the illustrious Vincent Van Gogh.

About Schiz Life
Schiz Life is more than just a database containing information on the many facets of schizophrenia. It is a platform devoted to eradicating the stigma surrounding mental illness and taking schizophrenia off the list of taboo topics. Thus, its aim is to educate the population and clarify aspects regarding this sensitive discussion in any way possible.

In their view, struggling with a mental disorder as debilitating as schizophrenia is a challenging experience in itself. Thus, the last thing anyone needs is constant judgment from others. The only way to prevent it is by facilitating the public’s access to coherent and structured information, which is something Schiz Life does proudly.

Naturally, the project wouldn’t have been possible without the involvement of the mental health awareness and advocacy community. Thus, the website is always growing based on suggestions provided to webmasters by its devoted readership. After all, their enthusiasm for knowledge is what has kept the entire thing afloat all this time.

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