India Is One of The Most Depressed Countries In The Whole World

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India is standing on the threshold of a mental health epidemic with a greater number of people affected by mental health issues in the country than the entire population of Japan.

As per the recent National Mental Health Survey, there are about 150 million people in India who all need mental treatment. And this is just the tip of the iceberg!

Half of mental health disorders arise before the age of 14, but most cases are not detected or treated until much later, according to the latest data from the World Health Organization. If you're a nurse, I encourage you to reflect on Mental Health Awareness Week and take a leap to check out the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division Nursing Job Fair on October 18 from 2-5 p.m.

Over a third of respondents (35 per cent) identify themselves as suffering or having suffered from SAD - a type of depression that becomes more severe in winter.

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"Having a job and being a student is really stressful because you don't get a lot of money from student loans and you do also need to have some kind of social life - it's hard to juggle it all". Couples in unhappy marriages are growing but never go to a marriage counsellor.

He said today's work demands on parents and the practice of moving children in and out of school, with little family engagement, were exposing children to stress and vulnerability to drug abuse. Family counselling is an unheard of concept in India. Whether it's an AFK Room at PAX or a guide to antidepressants and anti-anxiety medication, Take This has the power to change gaming for the better, one person at a time.

For many players, mental health can be a hard subject to talk about. Less than one percent of global aid is donated to mental health; even in developed countries, the issue is dismissed.

"I am delighted we are appointing Jackie Doyle-Price as our dedicated minister for suicide prevention, and I know she will make a real difference".

WHO (World Health Organisation) also states that patients appear reluctant to pursue professional help.

And all primary and secondary schools will be asked to regularly measure their pupils' mental well-being, as part of lessons in relationships, sex and health education.

After citing some grassroots programs in nations like Zimbabwe and the United Kingdom that are helping to erase some of the mental health stigma, the duo add that the World Health Organization has been working on a "global action plan" for the past five years.

"So, this is a way for them [youth] to talk about what they are going through and to get help before it leads to suicide", she concluded.

Mrs May will announce that new mental health support teams will start working in schools across England next year.

The time to begin is now.