Both mental and physical health are essential components of complete well-being. Depression, for example, raises the risk of a variety of physical health issues, especially long-term diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
In the same way, the existence of chronic illnesses can raise the risk of mental disease. Mental illness affects millions of people in the United States each year. It’s critical to quantify the prevalence of mental illness so that we can better comprehend its medical, social, and financial consequences — and to demonstrate that no one is alone.
We hope that these mental health facts will inspire you to talk about these topics with those you care about.
Please go to the original study using the linked link if you have any questions about a statistic or word used.
If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.
It’s crucial to note that a person’s mental health can fluctuate over time and is influenced by a variety of circumstances. When a person’s resources and coping abilities are stretched beyond their limits, their mental health may suffer.
In connection with this, our team will be hosting an event to discuss mental health, and your participation is really appreciated. Together, let’s spread mental health awareness! We hope to see you and your loved one there!
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