World Health Day 2020: This is an international advocacy day with a focus on “National Mental Health Day” and is committed to increasing investment in mental health.
The World Mental Health Day is celebrated on October 10 every year in World Mental Health decreases participation in mental health affairs. Encourage global mental health education, and advocate against the often-related social stigma.
This year, in order to reveal the alarming increase in mental illness. The International Day of Awareness will focus on “Mental Health for All” and more investment in mental health.
Under the initiative of the World Mental Health Federation and Deputy Secretary-General Richard Hunter. The first-ever World Mental Health Day was celebrated on October 10, 1992. Every year, thousands of delegates and supporters gather to celebrate this annual awareness program. Whose mission is to shed light on mental illness and its impact on most of the world’s population.
Importance of mental health
Now more important than at any time in recent history. We are beginning to understand the importance of mental health and the need to ensure its health.
To a large extent, daily life in the entire world has changed, and this is the cause of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the past seven months, the whole world has been at a standstill. This pandemic has caused a global emergency, and there is absolutely no sign of stopping.
On any given day, it is difficult to maintain a rational rule and ensure physical and mental health. As far as we are concerned, it is difficult to consider the daily pressures of life in our own way. But when global epidemics are mixed up, neglecting mental health becomes more and more dangerous.
Serious damages and World Mental Health
The constant threats to personal health and the stress and anxiety caused only to loved ones are enough to cause serious damage.
In addition, the isolation brought about by isolation and our deadly mixture has also caused many people to become depressed.
With the economic recession and unemployment, uncertainty and emotional distress has almost covered the entire global population. Throughout the pandemic, statistics show that the number of people affected by mental health problems has increased dramatically.
Many psychiatrists and therapists have decided to take care of patients online. And some have even entered social media to let the public know what steps they can take to ensure personal well-being and teach people how to adapt to mental illness among these people.