For some people Schizophrenia comes on quick and suddenly without much of a warning. For most it attacks slowly and with plenty of subtle warnings to be able to execute the problem. Most people will find a gradual decline in everyday functioning long before the first severe experience. In earlier stages people who have schizophrenia appear to be unmotivated, emotionless, and reclusive. They tend to isolate themselves a lot more than they used too from the people around them. They start to really lose a certain care for personal appearance. People around them seem to notice there general indifference in life. It is not uncommon for people to start abandoning things they once loved such as a hobby or certain activities. There work performances deteriorate at school and on the job. There are numerous signs that lead to the beginning stages of Schizophrenia. They become socially withdrawn among many other things. They gain hostility, they become flat and expressionless, they have an inability to cry or express any form of emotion, depression, they tend to laugh at inappropriate times, some get insomnia and others oversleep. Symptoms are endless but noticeable. With most people having a gradual decline in everyday activity there is time to always get help.  It important to mention paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions as well.