World Mental Health Day

Causes of Mental Illness

Don’t we all face a day or two of mood swings, call it – stress, work pressure, or family responsibilities. If not taken care of, these bouts of anxiety and uneasiness can assume massive withdrawal from society and social isolation.

Mental illness is not a one-day onset; it refers to a wide range of mental health conditions, disorders that affect your mood, thinking, and behavior developed over a while. Mental illnesses includes anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, depression, eating problems, and addictive behaviors.

Many people experience anxiety attacks that include procrastination from time to time, which may be often ignored. This small instance may progress to a mental disease when persistent signs and symptoms create regular stress and impair our capacity to function, make us unhappy and create impediments in our everyday life.

Mental Health Awareness – Symptoms & Signs

Emotions, beliefs, and behaviors can all be affected by signs of mental illness. The symptoms of mental illness might vary depending on the diagnosis, surroundings, and other factors like work timings, family expectations, and so on. The following are some examples that need to be taken care of: 

  • 1.Feeling sad or let down.
  • 2.Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate. 
  • 3.Excessive anxieties or fears, as well as severe guilt.
  • 4.Extreme mood changes from highs to lows
  • 5.Withdrawal from friends and activities.
  • 6.Feeling unhappy or depressed.
  • 7.Confusion in thoughts or a loss of concentration.
  • 8. Excessive anxieties or fears, as well as severe guilt sentiments.
  • 9.Extreme mood swings with extreme highs and lows.
  • 10. Insomnia, lack of concentration.
  • 11. Detachment from reality (delusions), paranoia, or hallucinations.

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