Mental Health is Not Just the absenteeism of Mental illnees

Mental Health is Not Just the absenteeism of Mental illness

In an increasingly globalized and mediated world, where mental illness is one of the most talked about cultural issues in society, Colleen Patrick Goudreau's words: "If we do not have time to get sick, we must give ourselves time to be healthy".
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With the prevalence of mental health issues, it is clear why. Mental health problems are one of the leading causes of the global burden of disease, according to the World Health Organization. One study reported that mental health is a major cause of disability worldwide, creating more than 40 million years of disability for 20- to 29-year-olds.

Compared to previous generations, mental illness is now said to outweigh the effects of the Black Death. The causes of the unprecedented increase in the number of people directly affected by mental illness, and the cost of this, can be considered in at least three levels of analysis.

If we do not have time to get sick, then we should make time to be healthy.

                                                                                                             -Colleen Patrick Goudreau

In the first stage of analysis, the cause of mental illness is genetic integration, biology, environmental stressors, and psychological trauma.

The genetic predisposition to certain illnesses has been replaced by genetic complexity, in which different genes work in tandem with non-genetic factors that affect mental illness. That is, biology relevant to health and mental health interacts in complex, social interactions by nature.

Aside from the importance of understanding the social basics of risk factors for mental illness, there is a limited amount of research investigating this topic. Research available, but very interesting. For example, one study, for many, found that isolation leads to a higher risk of heart disease. Since low levels of social integration are associated with high levels of C-acting protein, an inflammatory marker associated with heart disease, social integration is considered a natural link between social isolation and heart disease.

In addition, social support affects physical comprehension. In a landmark study, researchers showed that people who went with a supportive friend or those who thought they were a supportive friend, estimated that the hill could be significantly lower compared to individuals alone.

Mental health, such as physical health, exceeds the total number of functional or non-functional parts.

In the second level of analysis, the complex combination of bio-social interaff scaffolding mental illness points to the basic chemical support of human thinking and emotions.

With the recent development of Clarity-like neuroscience, we are now able to make the brain more transparent, without phase or reshaping, to explore neuronal networks, subcellular structures, and more. In short, we can diagnose mental illness from a biological perspective.

Mental Health is Not Just the absenteeism of Mental illnees,What is mental health and mental wellbeing?,Definition, common disorders, early signs, and more

The depth and complexity of the bio-social root of mental illness, however, paints a much smaller picture than what has been discussed so far. With such pioneering work, there is a growing perception that the brain is the most important level at which human behavior can be analyzed.

For this reason, mental illness is exacerbated by the fact that people are often regarded as a natural instinct. Similarly, the concept of ‘similarity’ with mental illness creates a climate of stigma for mental health by reducing empathy. Such descriptions place undue emphasis on natural phenomena, such as biology, and do not highlight evolutionary changes in nature.

In the third level of analysis, the perception of mental health in relation to mental illness produces an irrefutable assumption that mental health is simply the absence of mental disorders. However, a critical mental health condition takes on a much broader set of functional thoughts. That is, mental health, such as physical health, is more than the amount of active or inactive components. It is a good health to be considered in terms of the distinctive difference between physical, mental, and emotional health, which can only be lost in global testing.

So, why do we as a society think about solving mental illness, which should have been a long time ago, much more than we think we can improve mental health? In part, because when we think about mental health, we think of enhancing human mental health, in addition to closing the initiation gap between prevention, promotion and treatment.

Collectively, social spaces are the lubricating oils in biological literature, which have an impact on mental health, that mental health and physical health should be considered in full. For this reason, national mental health policies should not only affect mental disorders, they may be harmful to the promotion of mental health.

It is worth looking at how mental health issues can be addressed using effective behavioral programs. To achieve this, it is very important to involve all relevant government sectors such as education, labor, justice and social services.

For the various types of athletes present, many ‘non-profit’ efforts, educational institutions, and research teams contribute to the state-of-the-art mental health promotion solution. In Ireland, for example, schools have mental health programs such as breathing exercises and anger control programs. Global nonprofits are increasingly recognizing the importance of community development and capacity building programs (strengthening the capacity of communities to overcome the causes of segregation). In addition, businesses incorporate pressure management into their office culture.

We are thinking of promoting good mental health, in addition to closing the start-up gap between prevention, promotion and treatment.

The pursuit of empowering people to join these community programs teaches us that mental health promotion is enhanced when prevention, pre-mental illness, and interaction with effective community skills. In addition, these social enterprises demonstrate how different types of efforts (government, non-profit, business, etc.) contribute to a variety of people, from children to companies.

While these social programs bring hope for the future and emphasize the importance of sustainable change, there are still very few programs aimed at people, who want to enhance existing mental health and not just to solve or address mental health problems. If we continue to be proud of our successful diagnosis and treatment of mental illness until we neglect to prevent mental illness and promote mental health, we are at risk of exacerbating the problem we are trying to solve.

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