Oct 10th 2015 5:00AM
Did we know that one in 4 people worldwide humour from a mental or neurological commotion during some indicate in their lives?
Today is World Mental Health Day, a day dedicated to lifting recognition of mental health issues around a universe and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.
Organized by The World Health Organization (WHO), this year’s thesis is “dignity in mental health” and aims to disintegrate a tarnish that still surrounds mental illness today.
According to WHO, a many common mental health issues worldwide embody depression, bipolar affective disorder, schizophrenia, dementia, and autism.
As mental illness affects so many worldwide, we would consider that a tarnish would be erased by now…but this unfortunately isn’t a case. This is where celebrities like Demi Lovato and Glenn Close come in.
Lovato’s corner debate with mental-health organizations called Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health. Lovato, who was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, is regulating her luminary standing to get a universe out in a dauntless and absolute way.
Actress Glenn Close started a nonprofit Bring Change 2 Mind to lift recognition for mental health after her sister Jessie was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and her nephew, with schizoaffective disorder.
According to SAMHSA, Vermont has a top rate of critical mental illnesses, with 5.5% of a state’s race descending into this category:
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