Poor mental health does not always equate “craziness” or the label of being “crazy.” Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, the idea of mental…
Poor mental health does not always equate “craziness” or the label of being “crazy.” Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, the idea of mental health may become more of a topic of discussion. This month aims to raise awareness about the various mental illnesses and the importance of maintaining your mental health.
Mental health is as important as physical health yet it always seems to be neglected or dismissed. For instance, many people think that stress is okay and it is normal so there is no need to pay any attention to it. Sure, stress is normal and a MODERATE amount of stress is completely fine but when it gets too much, then it may lead to problems. Depression is a common problem that may result from stress or other factors that may be causing the individual’s mental health to fail.
Problems such as depression and poor mental health should not be dismissed since it could lead to undesirable long-term effects. If you know someone who seem to be in a slump or their mental health just has not been as usual — pay a bit more attention. It could help someone a lot.