hallucinations – where a person hears, sees and, in some cases, feels, smells or tastes things that do not exist outside their mind but can feel very real to them.delusions – where a person has strong beliefs that are not shared by others; a common delusion is someone believing there's a conspiracy to harm themThe combination of hallucinations and delusional thinking can cause severe distress and a change in behaviour. … [Read more...] about Blood test can detect signs of psychotic disorders years BEFORE they start by recognising ‘protein patterns’ linked to conditions like schizophrenia, study claims
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Thanking the government for previously deciding to re-allow visits to care home, Lisa Lenton, chair of Care Providers Alliance, said: 'The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll in many ways. The effect of not being able to see friends and family has been very difficult and very upsetting for many - both for the people who access care and support, and for their loved ones who have been isolated. … [Read more...] about Outbreaks of chest infections including Covid-19 in England’s care homes are at lowest levels for six MONTHS after dropping more than 95% since coronavirus peak