Disputes about the causes and causes of schizophrenia do not subside. Scientists are inclined to believe that this mental illness causes a whole combination of factors. Recent studies have shown that bacteria living on the throat mucosa may increase the risk of developing schizophrenia, as well as vitamin deficiency – in particular, a lack of methylated form of vitamin B12.
The cause of schizophrenia is still not fully understood.
There is much debate about the causes of schizophrenia. As possible prerequisites for the development of the disease, scientists call a set of psychological, hereditary and biochemical causes. Recently, doctors have abandoned the idea of establishing the one and only reason for this mental illness and are rather considering a set of factors that make a person more predisposed to it.
Recent studies suggest that vitamin deficiency, as well as bacteria, viruses and fungi that live in the human throat may be responsible for the biochemical component of schizophrenia. Continue reading