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Old 12-25-2016, 05:24 AM #1
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I wonder if you who have the so-called schizophrenia (bad word in my opinion for psychosis) lacks sleep in conjunction with the illness?

I mean, does bad sleep always occur prior to a psychosis?

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Hello Be-am: I just happened to notice you never received a reply to this post. I offer my apologies. I don't know the answer to your question. But I wondered if you are familiar with NeuroTalk's sister website: "PsychCentral"? It's possible you might be able to get more response, over there, to your question than you have received so far here on NT. Anyway, if you're still wanting to pursue this question, that might be one way to proceed. Good luck!

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