• Mental disorders affect everyone, irrespective of age, gender, residence and living standards, even though some groups are at a higher risk for certain illnesses; only the impact varies.

• The National Mental Health Association of the USA states that “No matter the race or age of the person; how rich or poor they are, it is true that most people who commit suicide have a mental or emotional disorder”.

• In order to truly understand how to help those struggling with mental health, we need a buy in from all stakeholders such as family, society, Institutions, Business houses and the government.

• W.H.O defines mental health as “a state of well-being in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community”.


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Early Sign

Among Childern

• Changes in weight.

• Disturbance in eating & sleep patterns.

• Unusual & persistent sadness and irritability.

• Sudden loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed.

• Sluggishness, Hopelessness & Lower self-esteem.

• Frequent nightmares.

• Increased disobedience & aggression.

• Excessive worries & hyperactive behavior.

• Change in academic performance.

• Increased instances of fighting.

Early Sign

Among Adolescents & Adults

• Excessive worrying or fear.

• Feeling excessively sad or low.

• Extreme mood changes.

• Prolonged or strong feelings of irritability or anger.

• Avoiding friends and social activities.

• Difficulties understanding or relating to other people.

• Changes in sleeping & eating habits or feeling tired and low energy.

• Overuse of substances like alcohol or drugs.

• Multiple physical ailments without obvious Thinking about suicide.

• An intense fear of weight gain or concern with appearance.