Signs of psychosis risk

•Becoming more socially isolated

•Difficulty in functioning in school, work or home

•Worsening personal hygiene and grooming

•Requiring prodding to complete basic activities

•Loss of usual interest in activities

•Reduction in emotional expression

•Loss of motivation and energy

•Increased difficulty with conversation

•Odd appearance


Symptoms of psychosis risk

•Difficulty organizing thoughts or speech

•Difficulty following conversation

•Lack of pleasure in formerly enjoyed activities

•Increasing desire to be alone

•Heightened sensitivity to light and sound

•Hearing things such as voices others do not hear

•Seeing, smelling, or tasting things others don’t

•Suspicion of others

•Feeling a loss of control over thoughts

•Preoccupation with the supernatural

•Confusion about what is real and imaginary

•Unrealistically inflated sense of self-importance

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