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    What is the Difference Between Mental Health and Mental Illness

    People use different descriptive terms for mental illness, including mental health problems, mental health disorders and psychiatric disorders. Generally, mental health problems encompass all aspects of mental health difficulties, including those that do not meet the criteria for a specific mental illness diagnosis. Some of these difficulties might be described as mental or emotional distress. […] Read More
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    How Mentally Fit Are You?

    Assessing our mental health is not as simple as measuring our physical health. There are no scales or endurance tests that rate mental fitness. Understanding the characteristics that make up good mental health can help us determine how mentally fit we are. Here are some real-life examples: Ability to enjoy life You’ve just become engaged. […] Read More
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    What Contributes to Mental Health?

    Mental health and mental illness are not static; they change over time depending on many factors. According to the World Health Organization, mental or psychological well-being is influenced not only by individual characteristics or attributes, but also by the socio-economic circumstances and the broader environment we live in. Individual attributes and behaviours These make up […] Read More
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    What is Mental Health?

    Health is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” It is important to recognize that this interconnectedness of physical, mental and social well-being is what constitutes a healthy human being. When any one of these components […] Read More

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