Psychosis drug treatments are 'very worrying'

The Schizophrenia Commission says current antipsychotic drugs are cutting patients lives short by as much as 20 years.

The year long independent inquiry says the medicines haven't been improved for decades and those on them are not being monitored properly.

Newsbeat spoke to Carly Townsend, 25, who started hearing voices when she was 14.

Doctors diagnosed her with psychosis, a symptom of schizophrenia.