What You Should Know About Mental Health – Psychology

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Mental health is a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.

Mental health shows the level of psychological and emotional well-being. Our behaviour is guided by our mental health at every stage of life. Healthy, sound and good mental health is a boon as it provides the ability to enjoy life. However, mental illnesses are very common these days. According to the WHO, nearly half of the world’s population are affected by mental illness with an impact on their self-esteem, relationships and ability to function in everyday life.

Physical and mental health complement each other: Physical and mental health are closely associated. Recent studies have proved that a number of physical illnesses actually root from a mental health problem. These are known as Psychosomatic problems.

The body and the mind are intricately connected: In other words…… To continue reading Please click here

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64 thoughts on “What You Should Know About Mental Health – Psychology

  1. Hello Rekha, that was a nice read. There’s a lot of talk about modern lifestyle affecting mental health, mostly related to over indulgence in social media platforms and addiction to “selfies”. Your take?

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  2. Nice article. I would argue that even those who are not mentally healthy still automatically contribute to their community though. It is the belief people can exist without making a valuable contribution which is behind much mental illness.

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