Psychotic disorders are a group of disorders that have the ability to affect a person’s mind and can lead to changes in one’s capacity to think clearly and make rational judgments, reports an article in Psychiatry Advisor. The symptoms of psychotic disorders can differ from one person to another, but the most commonly observed symptoms are delusions and hallucinations. It is theorized that psychotic disorders are related to a variety of factors including genetics, medical, and environmental. Antipsychotic medication should be started as soon as soon as signs of a psychotic episode observed in order to avoid a full-blown psychotic episode. To read this article in its entirety, click here.