Hearing voices, feeling paranoid often? Could be due to traumatic childhood experiences

Researchers have found a link between trauma in childhood and psychotic experiences at the age of 18. The University of Bristol study has been published in JAMA Psychiatry. The findings are the first to comprehensively examine the association between different types of trauma, and their timing in childhood with later psychotic experiences using a large population study. Psychotic experiences include experiences such as hearing voices or feelings of paranoia.

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Source: The Economic Times (India), 24th November 2018

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