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The term "mental health" refers to a person's cognitive, behavioural, and emotional well-being. Itall comes down to how people think, feel, and act. The word "mental health" is occasionally usedto refer to the absence of mental disease.Mental health can have an impact on daily life, relationships, and physical health.This link, however, also works in the opposite direction. People's lives, interpersonalrelationships, and physical circumstances can all contribute to mental health disruptions.Taking care of one's mental health can help to preserve one's ability to enjoy life. This entailsstriking a balance between one's daily activities, duties, and efforts to create psychologicalresilience.Stress, despair, and anxiety can all have an impact on a person's mental health and interrupt theirroutine.Although the term "mental health" is commonly used, many diseases recognized by doctors aspsychological disorders have physical roots.In this article, we define the terms mental health and mental disease. We also discuss the mostcommon types of mental disorders, including early warning signals and treatment options.What exactly is mental health?
They also underline the need for protection and repair of mental health on an individual level, aswell as in many groups and societies around the world.Factors that increase the likelihood of developing mental health problemsEveryone, regardless of age, gender, income, or ethnicity, is at risk of acquiring a mental healthissue.A person's mental health can be influenced by social and socioeconomic situations, biologicalvariables, and lifestyle choices.A high number of people who have mental health issues have many conditions at the same time.It is crucial to remember that good mental health is dependent on a delicate balance of factorsand that various aspects of life and society at large might contribute to disorders.The following elements may all have a role in mental health problems.Constant social and economic stressBeing poor or belonging to a marginalized or persecuted ethnic group can raise the chance ofdeveloping mental health problems.According to a 2015 studyTrusted Source of 903 Iranian households discovered various socioeconomic reasons for mentalhealth disorders, such as poverty and living on the outskirts of a large city.

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