article is therefore aimed at conducting experiments whose results would be aimed at finding out which receptors have an impact on schizophrenic individuals.
The procedures applied in determining the receptors which have an effect on nicotinic individuals have been effective in resulting to desirable results. The procedure involves the random selection of individuals with the schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. What follows is the measurement of the impact of varenicline on a short term and a long term basis. The short term basis is within a two weeks period while the long term is on an eight weeks period. The procedure incorporates the application of the titration process in a moderate tactic with the aim of minimizing adverse effects.
`The results of the experiment procedure reveal that sensory gating is reduced at a slow rate by the use of a dose of varenicline in a gradual manner. This effect is experienced for non-smokers after the eight week period considered to be the long term treatment. Startle reactivity is gradually reduced regardless of the status of smoking of the individual. This is contrary to the executive function of the individual which increases. The small dose of varenicline is seen to have no effective on the memory status of the individual. This is regardless of the whether the patient is a smoker or non-smoker.
The main focus is on the impact of child birth on the beginning and continuance of bipolar affective disorder. The physiological and psychological changes that occur during child birth are what result to bipolar affective disorder. Psychological disorder does not lead to immediate revelation of bipolar affective disorder. The disorder may however be detected after a long period of time. This is the reason why women with psychiatric illnesses are not instantly diagnosed with bipolar affective disorder. The disorder is however realized after a particular period of time.