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Mental health, both emotional and psychological, refers to your well-being. Having good mental health lets you lead a life that is healthy and fairly happy. In the face of life, it encourages you to demonstrate courage and the ability to cope with challenges.

A very important factor in the daily life of an individual is mental health and stability. At an early age, the human brain develops many abilities, including social abilities, behavioral abilities, and one's own way of thinking. Learning how to communicate with others and how to concentrate on certain topics are important lessons to learn at a young age.
Women are more affected by depression, anxiety, psychological distress, sexual abuse, domestic violence and growing rates of drug use than men in various countries and different environments. Depressive disorders account for close to 41.9 percent of the disability from neuropsychiatric disorders among women compared to 29.3 percent among men.
Unipolar disorder is twice as prevalent in women and is expected to be the second leading cause of the global burden of disability by 2020.
* Biological influences
* Socio-cultural influences
* Behavioral influences
The science of the mind and action is psychology. The study of conscious and unconscious phenomena, as well as emotions and thoughts, involves psychology. Psychologists aim to understand the evolving properties of the brain and all the range of phenomena associated with these emerging properties, joining the larger study community of neuroscientists in this way.
In individual and social behavior, psychologists strive to explain the role of mental functions while also investigating the physiological and biological mechanisms that underlie cognitive functions and behaviors.
Autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is a complex disease that involves communication and behavior problems. A wide variety of signs and abilities may be involved. People with autism have communication problems. They have difficulty knowing what other individuals think and feel.
People with autism may have learning difficulties. Their abilities may grow unevenly. They may have difficulty talking, for instance, but they may be unusually good at art, music, math, or memory.
At one time or another, everyone feels tension and anxiety. The distinction between them is that, in a situation, stress is a reaction to a threat. Anxiety is a response to the tension that is involved. Extreme yet treatable disorders are depression and anxiety. To relieve the symptoms of each disorder, the same medications can be used. The two also share common symptoms, such as nervousness, irritability, insomnia, concentration problems, but each has its own causes.

* Agoraphobia
* Hopeless outlook
* Increased fatigue and sleep problems
Any mode of treatment for psychological, emotional, or behavioral disorders in which a trained individual develops a relationship with one or more patients with the goal of modifying or eradicating current symptoms and encouraging personality growth is known as psychotherapy, often known as counselling. Psychotropic drugs may be used as a complement to therapy, but the healing effect of psychotherapy is primarily managed to bring about by the therapist's words and deeds and the patient's reactions to them. These two variables work together to produce a secure, close, and emotionally fulfilling relationship that allows for the patient's concerns to be discussed and resolved. Various kinds of psychological distress, with symptoms that can be emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and physical, are treated using both individual and group psychotherapy techniques.
Bullying is described by the Centers for Disease Control as a type of "youth violence" against a victim involving unwanted offensive actions from a bully. At the root of bullying is a power imbalance of social status, income, physical strength or size, whether perceived or real. Bullying, resulting in physical, psychological, social or educational damage, may be replicated over periods of time.
In appearance, sexual orientation, cultural identity or disability, children and adolescents at greater risk of being bullied are often thought of as different.
Self-harm has been described as "A concern to hurt oneself intentionally without conscious suicidal intent, often resulting in body tissue damage". Attempts at self-harm and suicide may also appear quite similar. This can also lead to unreliable treatment evaluations.
Typically, non-suicidal self-injury is seen as a coping mechanism for life protection and change, not destroying one's life. However, since both self-injury and suicide suggest underlying depression, it is crucial to determine whether self-injurious people are often suicidal and provide individuals in both of these groups with the appropriate care.
Bipolar disorder is a mental condition that brings extreme high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, thought, and behavior, also known as bipolar depression. People with bipolar disorder can have phases in which they feel excessively optimistic and energized and feel really depressed, helpless, and slow in other periods. They typically feel normal in between those times. The term "manic" describes the times when someone feels too excited and optimistic with bipolar disorder.
* Treatment and Therapies for Schizophrenia
* Role of Cannabis
* Diagnosis and Classification of Schizophrenia
* Neural Correlates
* Psychological Explanations for Schizophrenia
* Biological Explanations for Schizophrenia
Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems are referred to as neurological disorders. In other words, the muscles, the autonomic nervous system, the spinal cord, the cranial nerves, the peripheral nerves, and the nerve roots. These conditions include neurological disorders brought on by malnutrition, epilepsy, Alzheimer disease and other dementias, cerebrovascular diseases such as stroke, migraine and other headache disorders, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and neuroinfections.
* Nicotine Addiction
* Reducing Addiction
* Theory of Reasoned Action
* Behavioural Interventions
Addiction Treatment Theories
*  Theory of Planned Behaviors'
* Aversion Therapy
* Tolerance and Withdrawal Syndrome
Obesity is a multifactorial, chronic disorder associated with severe mortality and morbidity. It affects each part of the life of the patient. The eating disorders that are related to obesity are discussed in this study. In obese patients, binge eating disorder is more generally seen, but bulimia nervosa/disordered-eating habits have been included in the study because they can also be related to obesity. Psychological Explanations for Obesity

* Disinhibition
Psychology Behind Dieting
* Food Preferences
* Social Learning Theory Anorexia
Anorexia Nervosa
* Anorexia Treatments
A division of psychiatry that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental illnesses in infants, teenagers, and their families is child and adolescent psychiatry (or pediatric psychiatry). It discusses the biopsychosocial factors that affect the development and course of these psychiatric conditions and the reactions to care to different treatments.

Adolescence is a critical time for the formation and maintenance of essential social and emotional patterns for mental well-being. These include healthy sleep patterns; daily exercise; coping, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills development; and emotion-management learning.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder in which a person frequently has certain thoughts (called "obsessions") or feels the need to repeatedly perform certain routines (called "compulsions") to a degree that induces anxiety or impairs general functioning.
For more than a short period of time, the person is unable to regulate either ideas or activities. Popular compulsions include hand washing, stuff counting, and verifying if a door is locked. These practices take place to such an extent that the everyday life of the person is adversely affected, sometimes taking up more than an hour a day.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a state of mental wellbeing that is caused by a frightening occurrence, either experiencing it or watching it. Flashbacks and extreme anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the incident, can be signs.

Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder may begin within one month of a traumatic incident, but symptoms may not occur until years after the event, often. In social or employment conditions and in marriages, these signs trigger important problems. They can also interfere with your ability to perform your everyday tasks normally.
* Avoiding things
* Having negative thoughts and feelings
* Reliving or re-experiencing the traumatic event
* Being on edge
Personality disorders are a category of mental health problems that are characterized by thought, feeling, and action patterns that are inflexible and unhealthy. Such inner experiences and attitudes often vary from the values of the society in which someone lives.
People with personality problems typically have a tough time getting along with others and coping with daily issues in the manner that a cultural community expects. They generally think that their way of thinking and acting is entirely natural. Nevertheless, they seem to have a world view that is very distinct from most.

Child abuse is when a parent or caregiver causes injury, death, emotional damage or a risk of serious harm to a child, whether by action or failure to act. Neglect, physical abusesexual abusecoercion and emotional abuse are just a few examples of the various ways that children can be harmed. 
A study on global child violence by the World Health Organization noted that schools have been closed to 1.5 billion children worldwide due to the pandemic, and their parents face increased stress and anxiety from lost income, social isolation, and possible home crowding. In addition, more time online will expose kids to an increased risk of sexual harassment or bullying online.