- Schizoaffective disorder has symptoms of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
- Your symptoms can be mania, psychosis and depression.
- Your genes, circumstances and stress may all play a role in developing schizoaffective disorder.
- There are different treatments for schizoaffective disorder.
- Your mental health team should offer you medication, talking therapies and a self-management programme.
This section covers:
- What is schizoaffective disorder?
- How is schizoaffective disorder diagnosed?
- What are the symptoms of schizoaffective disorder?
- Are there different types of schizoaffective disorder?
- What causes schizoaffective disorder?
- How is schizoaffective disorder treated?
- How will I manage my treatment?
- What if I am not happy with my treatment?
- What are self-care and management skills?
- What risks can schizoaffective disorder cause?
- What if I am a carer, friend or relative?
These pages are created by Rethink Mental Illness' Advice and Information Service in accordance with the Information Standard. Last reviewed in April 2017. Next review April 2020.
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