Do I have it?

Three out of 100 people will experience psychosis at some time during their life, which makes this medical condition more common than people realize. While it’s possible you could be experiencing psychosis, there’s really no way to know what’s going on with your health until you get your doctor’s opinion.

So it’s a good thing to keep your doctor in the loop about any changes to your health or wellbeing because it’s part of your doctor’s job to help you stay healthy and strong. If you’re feeling different than you usually do, or if you suspect that you have any of the symptoms of psychosis (click on the link below for symptoms), make an appointment to talk to your family doc right away.

If your doctor suspects you have psychosis, he or she will be able to advise you about the next steps.

What are the Symptoms?

There are a number of symptoms that can happen when someone is having an event of psychosis. Not everyone who has psychosis will experience the same, or all, symptoms, nor will everyone experience them in exactly the same way.

Find out more About Psychosis Symptoms