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The four dopaminergic paths that are the cause are in the nigrostriatal pathways, causing low dopamine levels that lead to the motor symptoms. The results show that imbalanced dopamine levels may cause the negative cognitive issues in schizophrenia. Another chemical in the brain thought to be connected to schizophrenia is serotonin.What are the risk factors for schizophrenia?
One of the most significant risk factors for schizophrenia may be genes. This disorder tends to run in families. If you have a parent, sibling, or another close relative with the condition, you may have a higher likelihood of developing it, too. However, researchers don’t believe a single gene is responsible for this disorder.What is the relationship between schizophrenia and other mental disorders?
Schizophrenia shares traits with other mental health disorders including: Substance use disorders and people who are under the influence of some substances Personality disorders including antisocial personality disorder and borderline personality disorderIs schizophrenia genetic?
No, schizophrenia : has a genetic+ environmental basis. You can't "catch it".You have to be born with the genetic set-up for it, then environmental factors play a role in... Read More Created for people with ongoing healthcare needs but benefits everyone.