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NICE Guidelines for Psychosis

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines give the recommended evidence based interventions for many health conditions  in the UK ………. including psychosis! Press the relevant guideline below for a link to its public information NICE website page: [do action="om-bullets"] The updated NICE guidelines for psychosis and schizophrenia in adults (February 2014). ...

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Yeah BUTT!

…I don’t smoke that many… Yeah BUTT! …I only do it to be socialable… Yeah BUTT! …they calm my nerves…   Is now the time to QUIT the excuses and QUIT smoking! There are many benefits to giving up smoking, but particularly for people with mental health difficulties.  As well as the huge health benefits and financial savings, it can also reduce the sympt...

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A spoonful of sugar…

helps the medicine go down. For many people experiencing psychosis, medication is an important part of their treatment.  It’s common for people to feel nervous when first starting medication and it’s also common to experience some side effects.  You can expect to have regular reviews with your nurse and doctor about your medication, but it’s important to remember that you can get in touch with us ...

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