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Thanks for writing in, and I understand your concern.
I suggest that you may have psychosis. It will affect cognition if you have a long duration of psychosis. It is reversible if you take care of your cognition. I suggest continuing your medication and to follow the below lifestyle to deal with it.
a) Exercise daily for 30 to 45 minutes, at least going for a walk.
b) Meditating for 20 minutes daily. Sit in one place in a comfortable position, and try to concentrate on your normal breathing. Do not stop or force yourself to stop your thoughts; just let it be. It will help you to relax and increase your concentration.
c) Eat healthy home-cooked foods and avoid junk foods.
d) Drink enough water.
e) Spend quality time with friends and family daily, or do video calls if you are living away from your family.
f) Spend time on creative hobbies like reading good books, writing journals, painting, drawing, learning new skills or language or musical instruments.
g) Get seven to eight hours of sleep daily.
i) Avoid tobacco or alcohol or any substance abuse, if you have any.
Kindly revert if you have any doubts.