Title: Schizophrenia and Afghanistan
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A person suffering from this disorder seems to have lost in the world, which is far away from reality, they experience some abnormal things and their behavior changes from normal to something that is abnormal.
Many people believe that "Split Personality" is same as Schizophrenia, but this issue is still under arguments between people who believe that both are same and those who believe there is no relation in both the diseases...
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A person suffering from Schizophrenia experiences something that is not real and which he/she cannot explain in words. He/she believes that something is happening around him/her. People around patient can easily conclude that the patient is undergoing some abnormal experience. Patient may suffer from something unknown or it may happen that he/she may experience happy moments, which are out of this world...
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