What’s Mental Health?

It is social, psychological, behavioral, and emotional well-being. People feel you are mentally healthy if you don’t have a mental disorder. Mental health can affect the enjoyment of life. People also feel a lack of social isolation. It can also affect physical behavior and relationship. A healthy person balances her life and responsibilities very well. If someone faces depression, insomnia, anxiety, headache, migraine, Alzheimer’s disease, mood swings, personality, and psychotic issues, it is unhealthy to mental illnesses, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

According to the WHO, mental health is the state of well-being in which individuals enjoy their abilities to manage the everyday stresses of a healthy life, work fruitfully, and contribute to their community. Mental health conditions have raised 13% in disorders in the last decade to 2017. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), in 2020, an estimated 14.2 million adults trusted sources in the U.S, and about 5.6% had a severe psychological condition.

Risk Factors of Mental Disorder

Some risk of developing a mental health disorder in any case of age, sex, and ethnicity. Mental illnesses are one of the leading causes of disability in many developed countries. Alcohol and some drugs (opioids and sedatives) can affect mental health. Stressful life events may increase anxiety, stress, and depression, leading to hypertension, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart disease, and sometimes cause a heart attack. Moderate and severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) causes difficulty understanding others or talking and permanent behavioural changes.


It is also called mental illness. Mental health disorders affect your mood, thinking, and behavior. Examples of mental illness are Anxiety, Depression, personality disorder, mood disorder, schizophrenia, Disruptive behavior, dissocial disorder, Neurodevelopment disorder, Or Panic disorder.


It is a common medical illness. It is a mood disorder that causes a loss of interest and negatively affects feelings, thinking and behavior.


  • Clinical depression
  • Bipolar depression
  • Dysthymia
  • Seasonal affective disorder 


  • Mild
  • Moderate or severe
  • Melancholic or psychotic


Pain and other physical changes
Sleep disorder,
Loss of appetite
Lack of concentration
Reduce interest
Feel weakness

Alzheimer’s disease

It is also known as dementia. It is the mild loss of memory and inability to carry the conversation and respond to the environment. It mainly affects over 65years older adults.


  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • High blood pressure 
  • High cholesterol


It is a common mental disorder that affects 40% of adults. The different experiences of childhood or adulthood, unable to relax, and fear can cause anxiety.


  • Difficulty in work
    Drug and medications
    Relationship problems
    Family issue


  • Mood changes
  • Excessive fear
  • Tension
  • Insomnia
  • Weight changes
  • Uncontrollable emotions
  • Being confuse
  • Hearing voices
  • Lack of understanding
  • Feel hopeless
  • Negative thoughts


A psychiatrist or a medical doctor diagnoses the mental illness. Doctors perform multiple processes on the patient. They look at the patient’s past medical history and perform different types of tests to check the patient’s mental and physical health. By performing some rule-out physical conditions, symptoms appear.

Any medical test cannot diagnose mental illness. A psychiatrist will do a psychological evaluation. He asks about the person’s experiences, signs, and symptoms. Sometimes a doctor may ask a person some difficult questions to check their mentality. Through this doctor checks its behavior, feelings, and thoughts.


Some treatments are successful by combination with others, for example, family and friends.

Types of treatment

  • Psychotherapy 
  • Biomedical therapy


It is the best treatment. It is also called talk therapy which helps to treat mental health disorders. The doctor helps the patient by listening to their problems. Through this therapy, the attention of the patient is also required. This therapy helps to reduce anxiety and improve social and community functions.

Biomedical Therap

 It is also called biomedical psychiatry. It is the medications that are used to treat psychological disorders. 

 Some drugs are

  • Diazepam, tegretol
  • Antidepressant 
  • Antianxiety
  • Antipsychotics 

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