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What are the relationship between schizophrenia, sleep and educational standard?

Discussion in 'Psychiatry' started by gogotutu, Oct 29, 2014.

  1. gogotutu

    gogotutu

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    If I study 15-18 hours and avoid any other activities[excluding toilet-bathing, eating] with 5-6 hr. sleep and cut the social contact, will I get schizophrenia.

    How to excel in medical field?

    http://www.schizophrenia.com/famous.htm

    Thanks.

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  3. slappy

    slappy Neuropsychiatrist Physician Faculty 2+ Year Member

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    Oh yes, absolutely, why not? I think you might be able to catch the disease quicker if you study 23-24 hours a day instead.

    For starters, as a medical student, you could start learning about schizophrenia.
     
  4. erg923

    erg923 Regional Clinical Officer, Cenpatico National 10+ Year Member

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    No, Sounds like a great way to be depressed AND a total geek at the same time, though. Be on the look out for noogies, swirlies, dead legs, book slaps, and stealing of lunch money as well. :)

    This is all in jest. Not serious.
     
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  5. Ceke2002

    Ceke2002 Purveyor of Strange 7+ Year Member

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    I have a feeling gogotutu might be ESL and have a genuine concern regarding stress load of study, reduced sleep rate, etc, and the potential onset of Schizophrenia? Or maybe I've just had too much Absinthe to drink and I'm feeling particularly charitable.
     
  6. gogotutu

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    Honestly say; I am very poor in study, English grammar and social contact. Failed recently twice in MBBS 2nd professional exams. And next exam will be 2 month later but have no planning, just wasting time and have no interest.
     
  7. wolfvgang22

    wolfvgang22 Physician 10+ Year Member

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    You should probably seek professional advice regarding your lack of planning and no interest, perhaps a school official, counselor, or your own psychiatrist if you are worried you are ill.

    Regarding the list of relatively famous people you linked I might speculate:
    1. A lot of people with prodromal schizophrenia may gravitate to creative endeavors.
    2. This is still a tiny percentage of all the hard working famous/semi-famous people out there.
    Therefore I wouldn't worry about schizophrenia too much.
     
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