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What techniques can one use to reduce paranoia

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Dr. Ronald Schubert MD

Thanks for contacting HCM In my practice I treat people with severe depression with occasional signs and symptoms of paranoia. Risperidone can be used with good success to help reduce the paranoid...

Dr. Raju A.T MD

It causes Anxiety and paranoia,Depression, Irritability, Fatigue,Impaired attention etc also many other. Do avoid it.

Dr. Raju A.T MD

Paranoia can be treated by behavioral therapy and counselling by a psychiatrist.