Schizophrenia is a mental disorder affecting an estimated one half to one percent of the global population. Contradictory to popular belief, schizophrenia does not deal with multiple personalities. Rather, the disorder can cause hallucinations, paranoia or bizarre delusions and disorganized thought or speech pattern. People with schizophrenia often have other mental disorders (Sim et al. 2006). Thus schizophrenia can result in socially paralysing an individual. Treatment and prevention of the disorder are important steps in helping millions of people. One vital point in the process of developing a treatment and prevention strategy for schizophrenia is identifying the cause or causes of the disorder.
Throughout the years, as examination
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2008). In spite of the fact that the hypothesis appears to have a few textures with the hereditary causalities thought to be identified with schizophrenia, for example, no authoritative proof has been found to demonstrate the model right . Another model set forth by Crow in 1995 proposes that a "desynchrony of hemispheric advancement because of gene(s) required in development of dialect" would clarify a few parts of schizophrenia (Keshavan et al. 2008, p.101). however another proposed model recommends that stretch might be the causal trigger in people (Corcoran et al. 2003). Be that as it may, this model would not completely clarify why a few people are inclined to schizophrenia while others are definitely not. Moreover, it has been recommended that a reasonable model for the reasons for schizophrenia be wrong (Keshavan et al. 2008). This proposition could unquestionably hold some legitimacy and record for the expansive scope of appearances in patients determined to have schizophrenia.
Hereditary Causes Research demonstrates that a mix of hereditary weakness and natural elements can prompt schizophrenia (Harrison and Owen 2003), and that the hereditary issues prompting this ailment are brought about by various elements and diverse qualities (Owen et al. 2005). Be that as it may, the heritability of schizophrenia has been difficult to gauge as a result of the trouble of isolating hereditary