Schizophrenia Clinical Research Trials

Status: 

Enrolling

Age

13-65

Length of Trial

6-8 weeks

Visits

9-10 

Compensation

Yes

WHAT IS SCHIZOPHRENIA?

Schizophrenia is a severe mental health disorder affecting a person's ability to act, feel, think, and behave. People who have Schizophrenia find it challenging to distinguish between the imaginary and the real and the act withdrawn or unresponsive, and can even have trouble in expressing how they feel in social space.

As opposed to what people generally believe about Schizophrenia, it is not a multiple personality disorder or split personality disorder. Several people who have Schizophrenia are dangerous or violent to others. The lack of willpower, inadequate parenting, and traumatic childhood experiences are not schizophrenia causes.

WHAT ARE COMMON SYMPTOMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA?

The symptoms and schizophrenia types can vary from person to person both in terms of severity and pattern. Since these schizophrenia symptoms keep changing over time, Clinical Trials for Schizophrenia study them regularly.

  • Delusions affect over 90 percent of people with Schizophrenia and are extremely common. These delusions can often include bizarre and illogical ideas, including illusions of control, Delusions of grandeur, Delusions of persecution, and delusions of reference.

  • Auditory and visual hallucinations, most common in schizophrenia, can be defined as sensations that a person with schizophrenia experiences as real when they exist only in their minds. However, hallucinations can involve any of the remaining senses as well.

  • Disorganized speech: Schizophrenia can cause trouble in concentrating, which can directly affect the way a person speaks. The common signs of disorganized speech in Schizophrenia include Loose associations, Neologisms, Perseveration, and Clang.

  • Disorganized behavior: Schizophrenia disturbs goal-oriented activities, reducing the ability to take care of yourself, work, and interact with others. 

  • The Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia imply the absence of normal behavior, which is generally present in a healthier person. These adverse symptoms of Schizophrenia include lack of emotional expression, lack of interest or enthusiasm, speech difficulties, and abnormalities.

 

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY TREAT SCHIZOPHRENIA?

  • Attending doctor appointments

  • Getting involved in the treatment

  • Getting active

  • Seek face-to-face support 

  • Participating in clinical research studies

  • Manage and reduce stress

  • Taking care of yourself.

  • Understanding the importance of medications

 

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SCHIZOPHRENIA CLINICAL TRIAL?

Participating in a clinical trial may not sound as appealing but has several substantial benefits:

 

  • The doctors running the clinical studies help the participants who enroll to understand their illness fully. To effectively treat Schizophrenia, it is essential to understand it, including the symptoms and types entirely. 

  • Some Schizophrenia trials are observational, while others include trying medicines that are still not available to the general public. These medications are, however, declared safe to use after specific tests. The clinical trials usually test the effectiveness of the medicines.

  • The participants are compensated for enrolling in clinical research trials, California, for Schizophrenia.

  • The participants enrolling in clinical research trials are not required to pay for medicines or any health checks.

  • The participants enrolling in Schizophrenia clinical trials, California can benefit others by participating in the assessment of the safety and efficiency of new medicines.

  • The frequent medical checkups conducted at a clinical trial can help people with significant Schizophrenia to closely monitor the treatment.

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