Mental Health

In today’s fast-paced world, mental health concerns are on the rise, particularly among our youth who grapple with the pressures of education, career, and the digital age. The excessive use of mobile phones and its adverse effects on their mental well-being cannot be ignored. It is imperative that we recognize the warning signs of mental illness, such as extreme mood swings, changes in eating or sleeping habits, and prolonged sadness or irritability.
Factors like stress, parental depression, and family conflicts contribute to these issues. Trauma, discrimination, and chronic stress also play a significant role in mental health problems. As a society, we must prioritize mental health and promote positive habits such as staying connected, seeking emotional support, practicing mindfulness, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
The green ribbon symbolizes our commitment to mental health awareness. Let us unite in the spirit of World Mental Health Day, working to ensure that mental health is acknowledged as a universal human right. Encourage your readers to seek help when needed, and let us strive for a world where everyone’s mental health is protected and nurtured.
Nupur Aggarwal