Essay On Mental Health Problem

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Mental health problems can cover a broad range of disorders, but they all have a common characteristic which is that they all affect the affected person from their personality, thought processes to social interactions. As a result, this makes the affected person the only victim. Furthermore, family and friends whom are affected too also try to support the victim of mental illness (i.e. emotionally, practically, and financially) to. Mental illness is nothing but a shortage of something important around the affected person, or when the person have a feeling that a major thing in his/ her life is missing. Here comes the job of the people around the person whom should work to make it easier for the affected person instead of making it harder…show more content…
They are problems that can be diagnosed by a doctor, not personal weaknesses, which means that the affected person should see a doctor immediately. Most mental health symptoms have traditionally been divided into two groups called either ‘neurotic’ or ‘psychotic’ symptoms. Depression Conditions are formerly referred to as ‘neuroses’ are now more frequently called ‘common mental health problems.’ Mental health problems are very common especially Anxiety and depression. When someone has a mental health problem or is experiencing mental distress, it is important to try to keep friendships going, even though people with mental health problems often want to see their friends less than usual but obeying what they want in this situation can lead them to do things like trying committing suicide.(Mental health…show more content…
Early use of drugs may lead to many changes in the brain in ways that increase the risk for mental disorders. Also, early symptoms of a mental disorder may indicate an increased risk for later drug use. Some symptoms of substance abuse are a) behavioral changes b) physical changes c) social changes. Sometimes it can be difficult to diagnose a substance abuse disorder or a co-occurring mental health disorder and when it's ignored it only affects the affected person and the people around them in a bad way
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