Incidence of mental illness has plenty of time, life does not relapse after treatment, such as reactive psychosis; also some intermittent attacks, every few years, several months after the treatment relapsed again after, such part of affective psychosis, schizophrenia, and also has plenty of sustainable development, despite treatment, but gradually a mental recession phenomenon, such as chronic schizophrenia.
According to the current level of medical, mental illness cure technically difficult. Clinical cure of the criteria are: patients with psychiatric symptoms disappear completely, insight fully recover, life can be themselves and to better contact with the surrounding environment, ability to work before achieving a standard of living. This is the best effects in the treatment of mental disorders. "Eradication" of mental disease, this is the wish of numerous psychiatrists. But due to mental illness pathogenesis is not entirely clear, psychological and social factors in the disease and occupies an important position in all aspects of rehabilitation, relatively uncontrollable factors, mental illnesses treated as distinct from other diseases. Prognosis and treatment of mental illness and related to the number of recurrent; and age at onset, priorities, there is no obvious induced by psychological and social factors; and character basis, before the patients life experiences. Genetic factors are also recognized as one of the reasons why. In the above cases, to receive timely, full and systematic treatment, symptom remission and relapse in patients with less, is likely to reach levels of clinical cure. Age of onset, the onset in patients with acute and, by a strong stimulus for incentives, is expected to return better; prior to the onset of personality in patients with a more robust, family harmony, well economically, can guarantee the treatment the prognosis better family genetic prognosis is better than the history of a genetic history of mental illness-free. Comprehensive analysis of all these factors, you can help us to objectively determine the prognosis.