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Paranoia is a mental health issue where individuals suffer from delusions and intrusive thoughts. They may believe that people are targeting them, stalking them, or trying to steal things from them. Sometimes people who have paranoia have an inflated sense of self, and in extreme instances, they lose touch with reality. Paranoia can manifest in someone who has schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, but it’s not limited to these mental illnesses. Here you will find articles about paranoia can significantly impact people’s lives. It’s a mental health issue that causes individuals severe distress and could result in hospitalization if left untreated. It’s essential to recognize the signs and symptoms to get help.

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