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It’s never easy to describe exactly how we feel, our emotions, our thoughts, our view of ourselves. They constantly change. How can you put into words what it’s like to be you or what’s happening inside your head?

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Good mental health doesn’t just mean you don’t have a mental illness. It’s about having a sense of purpose. Getting involved with things. Coping with stress and setbacks. Forming close relationships and being in touch with your own thoughts and emotions. But that’s not always so easy. Pressures at home or school can get in the way and things seem chaotic. One bad day can turn into two, then a week, a month. What you used to think was under control suddenly feels like it isn’t. You keep waking up, tied, your chest feels tight, your head aches, you break into cold sweats, you turn things over in your mind. You feel sad and angry. More and more, you can’t sleep. He can’t concentrate and remember things. He might have unusual thoughts and worry too much about what people think of you.

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If symptoms like this continue. It could mean you have a mental health issue. Fortunately, you’re not alone. Globally, one in five young people experience a mental illness at some stage.

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Humans weren’t really made to live the way we do now. In a huge high rise blocks of flats with people hanging over their shoulders and surrounded by all this noise. So life thinks is anxious. There’s so much more to do these days essential to keep up with.

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Humans are not perfect. Just as our body might develop problems. Surgery can our mind.

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Some of the more common mental illnesses are depression, stress and anxiety. Phobias, eating disorders. Obsessive compulsive disorder. Bipolar or personality disorder. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and schizophrenia.

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