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I am 24 years old suffering from anxiety and depression, for which I can't concentrate on my professional as well as personal job .I become angry/irritated very soon. Gradually I am loosing my temper due to such. Please help me by your suggestions.
I have a lover who is interested in sexual videos and relations with strangers. His parent came to know about this and tried to inform me. For that reason he has beaten up them very badly and still lies to me and make me believe that they against him and trying to kill him. How can we all get him back normal? what should I do?
I'm a b-tech final year student and most of my friends got placed. I'm still unplaced which gives me headache and feel depressed when I think about it and not able to concentrate on studies and having some health issues. So what should I do to overcome from this situation and how to concentrate on studies?
I have cough from past week with scum also I also smoke so what is the procedure of this to cure how to quit smoking. PLease tell me.
Good morning I have been suffering from depression since last 15 days thinking about a girl. I am unable to come out of her thoughts please suggest me what to do.
My mom is 70+years old. She is a diabetic patient. Past an year, she has been falling a lot. Since past few months she is not able to speak properly as in sometimes she takes different names for different things, or she keeps repeating a particular word. She has reduced physical activity a lot due to pain in body. She has balancing issue due to which she falls while standing straight. It's a difficult task to sit on a chair and getting up. She has stopped activities like burning a matchstick, or stirring food in kadhai coz of difficulty. She has difficulty in eating with spoon. Although she remembers old memories and talks easily about them. But sometimes she has difficulty in expressing them also. please suggest.
I take jolivel 50 mg contain opipramol twice a day for last 10 weeks .know doctor add dothip 50 mg .how long anxiety fully cure.
Sir meri wife mujhe apne pariwar se alag Karna Chte hai par mere bahut samjhane ke baad bhi nhi samajh rahi hai àur bahut bura behave kar rahi hai meri monthly income sirf 7000 hai mein Kaise itne kam paise me alag raho meri ek 4 saal ki beti hai uske future ka Kya hoga sari baat sadhi se pehle Bata di thi phir bhi badal rahi hai mujhe par bahut pressure hai me Kya karo mujhe kuch samajh nahin a raha hai Kaise smjao ki joint fmly ke kitne fayde hai pls help me.
People with mental health issues claim that the social stigma associated with mental health disorders and the discrimination that they face every day make their difficulties even worse and make it tougher to recover.
Mental disorder is common. These days, it impacts millions of people across the globe, and their families, friends, colleagues, and society. One in 10 Indians lives with severe mental disorders including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or depression. When we concentrate on the mental health of a person, we look at the means in which it affects their moods, emotions, thoughts, the capability of relating to others, effectiveness at school and work, and their social choices. In a nutshell, when their mental health is negotiated, it affects all aspects of their lives and the lives of their dear ones.
The World Health Organization or WHO has crystallized a few troubling facts about mental illness and they draw our attention:
- Suicide is the leading reason for death in 15-29 years old.
- Eight lac people every year commit suicide.
- For every accomplished suicide, there are at least 20 others which are attempted.
- The leading reason for disability is the combination of mental disorders and substance abuse.
- Mental illness doubles after a trauma like being victimized by a natural disaster or participating in or being a victim of a war.
- There is a higher connection between mental illness and an augmented risk of getting ill from many other diseases including diabetes, self-harm, unintentional injury, and HIV.
Regardless of the fact that we are capable of talking openly about mental illness, unfortunately, people continue to escape seeking treatment because of discrimination and stigma. Our culture still spreads the belief that those who suffer from mental disorders are extremely violent, unintelligent, or unable to make decisions which impact their lives profoundly.
Whether we approach all these complications as the loved ones of family members, friends who struggle or somebody who has been spotted with a mental illness, we all have to speak up to challenge the prejudices and stigma related to mental disorders. We have an ethical and social duty to advocate for their right to get suitable treatment and to be provided with equal rights in the society. Living with a mental disorder can be really challenging, and we have to acknowledge the resiliency and courage that exists in individuals who are working harder to lead meaningful and productive lives.
Let’s challenge ourselves to make a change and transform the world’s observation of mental disorder.