• Even a brief episode of mental illness can have far-reaching effects on wellbeing, disrupting work, families, relationships and social interactions, impacting on the health and wellbeing not just of patients, but also of their families and friends. This can lead to further psychiatric problems such as anxiety and depression. • Recipients of mental health services are also exposed to
Here my aim is to locate my research where it stands. /while exploring about key term Anxiety, came across certain research papers; They most focused in mental health perspective. With my research I want to know that does disability like Visual impairment, physical impairment, and so on leads to anxiety symptoms dew to certain psycho-socio factors Therefore I should begin with first review paper. As per Margaret Prowse Neylan “A certain amount of anxiety is normal, useful, and necessary. If it is not channeled and put to use, however, it can be debilitating and also contagious”.
The paper reviews the evidence from developing countries and explores the possible factors leading to poverty-risk relationship. Eleven community studies have been identified in the above articles which show a relationship between poverty and common mental health disorders in middle income countries. The most consistent association was found to be with low levels of education. Factors like insecurity, hopelessness, social change, violence, health, gender and other co-morbid factors were also seen as risk factors. Depression and anxiety were the most important causes of morbidity leading to disability in many cases in primary care settings.
Dr.Fergusson, a professional psychiatric, said that as much alcohol as you drink, as much addiction your blood absorbs (2009). Alcohol addiction is one of the biggest problems nowadays. On one hand, depression may lead to alcohol abuse. For example, women are believed to be more than twice as men to drink alcohol in order to escape from a past history. Unsurprisingly, people who drink and have a severe episode of depression tend to think about suicide more than any other cases.
The purpose of this paper is to present the information necessary to conceptualize a client case study on an individual who has been suffering from the anxiety condition of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The client that is the subject of this case study is fictional in nature although the indicators that the client displays are those that are associated with the condition of PTSD. Review of Research Issue The earlier research conducted was concerned with the efficacy of treatment of anxiety disorders in adults. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) was identified as an effective treatment for these types of mental disorders. Anxiety disorders are one of the most prevalent mental health disorders experienced by Americans today.
Overall, adults who had experienced childhood abuse were twice as likely as those who had not to be living in poverty, un-employed, collecting welfare and receiving government funded health care specifically in the mental health sector (Zeilinkski., 2009). A second study confirms that anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorder worldwide (Maniglio., 2012). Anxiety and other mental health disorders cause substantial occupational and social impairment and severely affects a person’s quality of life. (Maniglio., 2012). Early traumatic experiences such as sexual and other childhood maltreatment are significantly correlated.
Literature Review According to the research question our group proposed, the dependant variable is depression level among UTAR students and the independent variable is quality of sleep. Sleep quality is important for our health. Poor sleep quality will affect the physical health of the individual in the long run. First and foremost, there are two variables in this research question which is the depression level of the students and the quality of sleep. One of the factors that cause depression is school itself.
Specific Objectives: 1. To measure anxiety in children who are perceived to be hyperactive. 2. To measure depression in children who are perceived to be hyperactive. Operational Definitions: • Anxiety: “Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure.” (American Psychiatric Association) • Depression – “Depression is a serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act.
Social anxiety has a substantial impact on person social life.Fear of being ‘teased or criticized’ in a social situation. This has a substantial impact on individual social life. Fear of bad evaluation in personal relationship is considered as chief indicator of social anxiety. The children with hearing loss are more prone to mental-illness. Even, occurrence of suicide is greater in person with hearing impairment compared to blind person.
Effectiveness here is defined as a capability of creating a preferred effect in a measured study. Anxiety is a communal problem in life and is more widespread than depressive complaints in elderly life. Basic symptoms of anxiety are mood swings, breathing issues (esp. at night), sleeping disorders, weight issues, vertigo, etc. Generalized Anxiety disorder (GAD) is the most common anxiety disorder, its occurrence rate varies from 1.2-7.3%.