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Some doctors claim that catatonic disorders can be very closely related to schizophrenia. How does this work? I mean, what is the manifestation of this combination in a patient? And how is this usually treated? I am not a doctor or anything, just someone who is very curious about everything medical, and especially mental illnesses such as schizophrenia.

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People who have catatonic schizophrenia have severely limited lives. Not only do they deal with the normal, already widely known symptoms of schizophrenia, but the catatonic aspect means that these people are often immobile as well, which can last for extended periods of time. It is a very present disease, which basically takes the patient's life away!
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