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  1. New Treatments for Schizophrenia Sandeep VohraMD Psychiatry (Psychiatrists, Psychologist Doctors)

  2. Educating about the New Treatments for Schizophrenia • Schizophrenia is a severe brain disorder that interferes with the patient’s ability to think and control things in their proximity. They see and hear things that are not around. Similar to these, there are many other symptoms of Schizophrenia. Well, with the advancements, several effective and New Treatments for Schizophreniahave been introduced. No Worry No Tension has brought into action some educational therapies and mental exercises along with medications to treat this disability. Though, the treatment for Schizophrenia is a lifelong process, but there is surely a positive hope for its recovery. With a team of world’s best psychiatrists, we have successfully made an exceptional record in administering regular curing to a large number of patients in India as well as abroad. • OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is another common mental disability with symptoms including feelings of defenselessness, scantiness and seclusion in the patient. No worry No tension has introduced many newer and safer Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Medications. We believe in giving our patients with lower and light doses so that these do not cause any kind of side effects to them. This is the reason why our treatment might take some more time, but it promises to bring more positive results. • So, if you are also worried about someone facing symptoms of the above mentioned or some other mental disabilities, then visit our website.