6 Realities of Life That Make Us Care for Mental Health Problems

Hollisteristic.comA person's health measure is not only seen from physical health, but also mental health that is no less important. There are many reasons why we must care about mental health problems or psychiatric problems.

6 Realities of Life That Make Us Care for Mental Health Problems
6 Realities of Life That Make Us Care for Mental Health Problems
Here, some important reasons we need to know about psychiatric problems, before we regret later.

1. Psychological problems greatly affect our lives

Psychological problems greatly affect our lives
Psychological problems greatly affect our lives
Adults are generally very susceptible to psychiatric problems such as stress, depression, anxiety and severe psychiatric problems. Psychiatric disorders will greatly affect a person's life, he can lose certain traits and abilities that are usually present in him, withdraw from relationships, loss of interest, loss of control or aggressive behavior such as anger for no apparent reason, damage goods or objects.

2. Psychological problems are a public health burden

Psychological problems are a public health burden
Psychological problems are a public health burden
The phenomenon that occurs when a family member experiences a psychiatric problem is the amount of costs that must be incurred. Many families try to find treatment in various ways, for example alternative medicine, traditional and medical treatment that costs a lot.

This, affects the family economy, not to mention calculating the time and energy spent dealing with the problem.

3. Psychological problems will be very difficult for us and others

Psychological problems will be very difficult for us and others
Psychological problems will be very difficult for us and others
Sometimes people are not aware of the dangers of psychiatric problems and consider this to be less serious than physical health problems, but actually mental problems are a serious problem. Psychological problems can cause death, as a result of suicide, accidents and harm to others. WHO (World Health Organization) found that four of the ten most difficult conditions to overcome in the world are psychiatric problems.

4. The number of mental health services is inadequate

The number of mental health services is inadequate The number of mental health services is inadequate
The number of mental health services is inadequate The number of mental health services is inadequate
If we calculate the number of mental health services in Indonesia with the current population of Indonesia, it will be very lacking. Data shows that from 34 provinces in Indonesia, only 26 provinces have special mental hospitals.

Many people cannot access mental health services because of the distance. In addition, long distances also result in high costs.

5. People with psychiatric problems often get stigma

People with psychiatric problems often get stigma
People with psychiatric problems often get stigma
Stigma among the community is still quite high in people who experience psychiatric disorders, so that families who have family members who experience psychiatric disorders will feel strongly discriminated against. Teasing and discordant sounds from the surrounding community will greatly affect the paikologis condition of the family and the person concerned, so that the treatment process will be very disturbed even the family tends to cover it up, until the occurrence of storage.

6. If we know, psychiatric problems can be treated with a relatively easy and inexpensive method
If we know, psychiatric problems can be treated with a relatively easy and inexpensive method
If we know, psychiatric problems can be treated with a relatively easy and inexpensive method
The best way to deal with psychiatric problems is to take them to a mental health facility or psychiatric doctor, to consult and undergo antipsychotic drug therapy. The government has made health insurance card programs, to be used by the public in accessing health services for free.

Another way to support medical services for people who experience mental disorders is social / psychosocial rehabilitation through the Ministry of Social Affairs which is assisted by professional social workers and psychologists. This social service through the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Social Rehabilitation Center for Mental Disabilities belonging to the Ministry of Social Affairs is intended for people with mental disorders to be able to function socially again and live life in the community.

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