Post-Schizophrenic Depression

Many people whose schizophrenia goes into remission for whatever reason typically have to deal with post-schizophrenic depression. Symptoms include those usually associated with mild depression. The mental disorder can be treated with psychotherapy and counseling. Some may think that post-schizophrenic depression - or all types of depression in general - are not "big deals," but they can have a big effect on how happy and productive a person is. Because of the dangers that do come with post-schizophrenic depression, it is important to consider treatment for the mental illness. Before making that choice, look a little closer at the symptoms and risks of post-schizophrenic disorder.

Symptoms of Post-Schizophrenic Depression 

These are some symptoms and signs that may appear with post-schizophrenic depression.


  • Depression experienced after a schizophrenic episode is usually mild, but treatment for the symptom should still be considered.
  • Mood swings ranging both ends of the emotional spectrum are another sign of post-schizophrenic depression.
  • Feelings of hopelessness and apathy are also common for people going through the various stages of post-schizophrenic depression.
  • Mild delusions and other mild forms of schizophrenia symptoms may still be present especially during the onset of post-schizophrenic disorder.

Other symptoms may be experienced, but in general, they are mild and can be treated.

Dangers of Post-Schizophrenic Depression 

The risks associated with post-schizophrenic depression may be mild when compared to other types of schizophrenia, but that does not mean they should be ignored. From the potential of suicide to not being able to keep up with life and responsibilities, post-schizophrenic depression has many risks that need to be considered. Unlike normal depression, post-schizophrenic depression also comes with mild symptoms of schizophrenia, which can make it a little more serious for some people, especially with the risk of a relapse. Because of this, seeking treatment from those trained to deal with post-schizophrenic depression is important.

Treatment for Post-Schizophrenic Depression 

It's important to understand the seriousness of post-schizophrenic depression. On GoMentor.com, you can find trained therapists who can assist with all of the emotional and physical symptoms that come with the mental illness. With online therapy for post-schizophrenic depression, you can get time tested psychotherapy as well as help and guidance from people who understand and care about your problems with post-schizophrenic depression. This type of schizophrenia can be really difficult to face because of the complicated nature of the illness, but online treatment may help with the support, guidance and information you need.

Definition of Post-Schizophrenic Depression

Post-schizophrenic depression is a form of mild depression that occurs after an episode with schizophrenia occurs. Symptoms of this type of depression are generally very mild and do not linger for a long time. Treatment with therapy and counseling is helpful.

Symptoms of / Reasons for Post-Schizophrenic Depression

  • Depression
  • Moodiness
  • Feelings of hopelessness

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