Could I just ignore it?


The sooner you see your doctor to talk about your experiences, the sooner you can begin your recovery.




 Why act fast?                                             

Psychosis often begins in the teenage or early adult years. It can be easy to put changes in mood, personality or behaviour down to growing up or hormones, but these changes could also be the beginning of a serious mental health problem.

Getting treatment for psychosis in the very early stages of illness – when you first start to notice changes that are strange or upsetting – has a number of benefits:


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