mental health

Importance of Mental Health & Awareness

Why Mental Health is Important?

Mental Health includes emotionally , psychological well-being in a person. It changes the way we think, feel and even how we act. However, it also impacts our thoughts, emotions, handle stress, and make choices. Most importantly, it also plays a vital role in every stage of our life, from childhood to adulthood because it helps us to adapt changes in our life.


However, if you experience Mental Health/psychological state problems there might be change within the way you think, your mood, behavior also.

What are the Basic Causes ?

  • Biological factors, like genes,brain chemistry,the chemical imbalance in the brain.
  • Life experiences, like trauma,abuse,like, something is stressing them
  • Family history of psychological state(mental condition) problems


Symptoms of Mental Health :

  • Long-lasting sadness,irritability.
  • Extremely high,low moods.
  • Excessive fear, worry, anxiety.
  • Social withdrawal.
  • Dramatic changes in eating, sleeping habits.
  • Smoking, drinking,using drugs quite usual


What are the different Mental Disorders?

  • Anxiety disorders, including anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, having different phobias.
  • Depression, manic depression, including other mood disorders.
  • Starting to have eating irregularity.,change in eating behavior.
  • Psychological disorders,having abnormal ,thoughts ,feelings and behavior.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder, mental or emotional stress from injury or physiological shock
  • Psychotic irregularity including schizophrenia(serious mental disorder).


Anxiety Disorders

Firstly, disorders are marked by severe fear or dread associated with certain situations or objects. Secondly, patients have physical reactions to these objects and situations, including rapid heartbeat and sweating.However, they cannot control their responses. In Addition, these feelings do not go away and can get worse. Therefore, it can interfere with things like job performance, school and relationships. In conclusion, disorders include panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

Panic Disorder

Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder marked by panic attacks. However, its’ symptoms include fast heartbeat, chest pain, trouble breathing and dizziness. Patients with panic disorder often report intense feelings of terror or impending doom associated with attacks.However, attacks can happen without warning.Therefore, fear of these attacks can control a person’s life. In addition, even making it difficult to leave the home.


Phobias are irrational fears. For instance, acrophobia is fear of heights and agoraphobia is fear of public places. Some people have social phobia or phobias involving tunnels, highway driving, water, animals or flying.However, phobias can be treated with medication and therapy.

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