The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day (WMHD) on 10 October every year as an opportunity to raise "awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health."This year's theme, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is 'Young people and mental health in a changing world'".
More than 100 business people from across the county will gather this week for a special conference focusing on mental health at work. Even as most expatriates call the UAE their second home, not many have a healthy social network that can help unwind. This can have a negative impact on how a person feels and how well they cope with everyday stresses. If not understood and managed, he pointed out, these feelings caused mental illness.
Academy manager Byron Anthony said: "It's well documented these days in regards of the mental health, not just in football but in general society".
Around 75% of cases of mental illness start before a child reaches their 18th birthday, while 50% of mental health problems in adults, aside from dementia, take root before the age of 15. In terms of the burden of the disease among adolescents, depression is the third leading cause.
There were 5,821 suicides in Britain past year. "The harmful use of illicit drugs among adolescents is a major issue in many countries and can lead to risky behaviours such as suicide, temper outbursts, violence or unsafe driving and bad eating habits", he said while quoting the key facts and statistics given by the WHO. "Let us be more accepting of those with mental health challenges including our young people who continue to face many challenges in their daily lives". We can prevent the tragedy of suicide taking too many lives. Results from our Workplace Wellbeing Index show that 48 per cent of employees have experienced a mental health problem at their current job.
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"The mental health issues among our youth are becoming very serious". He explained his point by referring to the suicides in Chitral mainly by teenage girls by jumping into the river. Mental health is just like physical health: everybody has it and we need to take care of it.
"I was there along with my team that included clinical psychologist Khaisa Noreen Muhammad Bashir, social worker Shaista Razaq and other local volunteers". The second part of the bill requiring guidelines for obstetricians is especially important, she said, because it's created to make California's law more effective than bills in some other states that only require screening. "The intra-family relations were found to be at the low-level of attachment that in turn is affecting the mood of the people of Chitral who are otherwise known as soft-spoken and tolerant".
"National takes tackling mental health issues seriously".
Being a younger executive, Hudson said he had an ability to break the mould.
Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the medical journal the Lancet, which commissioned the report, said it highlighted the "shameful and shocking treatment of people with mental ill health around the world".