The Facts about Good Mental Health
The term “mental health” encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Included are our abilities to handle stress, interact with others, and make decisions. Mental health problems can affect your thinking, mood, and behavior.
There are several factors that contribute to mental health problems:
- Brain chemistry
- Life experiences, such as trauma and abuse
- Family history of mental health issues
Many people suffering from mental health problems completely recover with treatment. There are many early warning signs, including eating or sleeping too much or too little, being reclusive, having low energy levels, feeling like nothing matters, feeling helpless, substance abuse, and severe mood swings. Contact your physician if you believe you or someone else displays these warning signs. Help is available for mental health problems.
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