Mental Health

Mental Health

Mental Health is a state of psychological well-being Feeling down tense angry or anxious are all normal emotions but when these feelings persist for long periods of time or if they begin to interfere with Daily life They may become a mental health problem Mental health problems or mental illness are common in Australia with about 20% of the population experiencing mental health problems in any 12-month period There are a number of mental illnesses such as depression anxiety eating disorders bipolar disorder and schizophrenia Mental illness can occur at any age anxiety disorders and depression especially are quite common problems for young people Getting help early makes a significant difference to how quickly and how well someone recovers people and places that can help include general practitioners counsellors and Community Mental [Health] Services However three out of four people with a mental illness report that they have experienced stigma Stigma is a mark of disgrace that sets a person apart when a person is labeled by their mental illness They are seen as part of a stereotyped group stigma brings experiences and feelings of shame blame hopelessness distress and a reluctance to seek help Bill Clinton once said mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of but stigma and Buyer’s shame us all and This is very true Let’s stop stigmatization by educating ourselves about Mental health be aware of words to describe Mental health and Mental health problems [and] most importantly support support those with mental health issues you

9 thoughts on “Mental Health

  1. If you suffer from a mental illness and need help or advice join my group on google+ it called (mental health we can help) thank you

  2. Mental health is so important and it's crucial to have someone to talk to! We can offer you a shoulder to cry on as well as support and offsite resources. Try it out today!

  3. I came to your channel for immuno videos; but this is one is my favorite!!!
    I have ADHD; but stigmatization of society esp other girls calling me "attention seeking" or "needy" somehow triggered eating disorder in me as well. I am better now as far as eating disorder is concerned, thanks to my amazing physician. But the problem of stigmatization remains and it is RUINING a lot of people's lives 🙁

  4. I fully agree with this video! The information is so true! However, a lot of people who are watching this and some of the other videos are those of us who have dealt with mental health issues personally. How do we go about getting the stigma of this disease/condition reduced? It's sad to say, but sometimes the church is a place where people with mental illness are pushed away instead of supported; and a lot of time the people in a church don't have the information to give to people of how and where to get help. How is this to be addressed? But overall, thank-you for this video. If you can send it beyond this site – say to facebook, it may help pass this excellent information!

  5. Mental issues are the result of subconscious acts of deterioration from mental bullies such as parents or other childhood people. People are so unaware of the damage they cause others while living their lives, that it's hard to comprehend the fact that those illnesses are caused or amplified by the majority of people.
    But no, there will be no fighting in our society, so we have to give in to bad subconscious behaviors and just live our lives weakened. Wrong, not gonna happen as we have great strengths, too.

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