Mental Health, a term that we all are quiet familiar with is one of the most serious health condition that people are suffering with. Health is something which is usually associated to the visible physical health. But people fail to understand that Mental illness is actually the physical illness of our brain which needs to be addressed as seriously as any other health condition. Men, women, children and especially adolescents face severe issues which include both Anxiety disorders and Mood disorders. Many a times people do not speak up even after feeling unwell and suspecting that they might be suffering from any such condition just because the society will tag them of being a weak, a psychopath and sometimes “mental” which literally means mad. Thus these conditions often remain neglected and unaddressed primarily because of the insensitive society that we live in.
The recent developments that have taken place for the awareness for mental health is quiet progressive. But, what people need to understand is that just creating awareness on social media and talking about these issues might be a part of the plan but not the end of it! There is a lot more that needs to be taken care of when it comes to proper treatment of the affected section. We need to stand for them as the stigma of suffering from mental illness crushes them further.
Suicide is one of the most common yet unfortunate phenomenon that we have seen when people suffer from these psychological disorders. Sometimes the consequences might be different such as Drug addiction, Self-harming tendencies, sleeplessness and other emotional, behavioral and severe health problems. In order to counter these issues, we need expertise help. Just talking to your friends and family might help must sometimes might worsen the situation as well. A therapist, a psychologist, a psychiatrist, a counselor or a primary health physician are the right personnel who can help and cure people who are suffering because of such issues. But the main question is, how many of them can afford it, as the condition is not just restricted to a particular socioeconomic group!
WHO reported in 2019 that 7.5% of the total Indian population suffers from psychological disorders. In order to fight against this issues in the right way and do something beyond merely creating social awareness, here at Street Sense, we are trying to contribute towards the issue as much as possible because starting small doesn’t include finishing small. Recently, we have run a raffle, as a means of raising money for the ones who are suffering. This will give them an opportunity to be cured and fight against this grave illness.
We believe that “Everyone deserves to live happily” and in order to make that happen we are giving you an opportunity to contribute and become a part of the campaign that we will be running shortly! besides our raffle too
Stay tuned to know more!
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