Early psychosis can be divided into three stages. Their duration varies from one individual to another.

First stage: Prodome phase
The symptoms of this early stage are not obvious and may be difficult to detect. They include insomnia, anxiety, suspiciousness, difficulty in concentrating and social withdrawal.

Second stage: Acute phase
People experiencing this stage of psychosis have more prominent symptoms, including (1) disorganised speech, (2) delusions or (3) hallucinations.íC

Third stage: Recovery phase
Psychosis is curable. Most patients recover after treatment, but the pattern of recovery varies according to each individual.
 
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