Transcript: Why is Mental Illness such a silent issue? Solutions? Mosby, Claudia. "Suffering in Silence: Stigma over Mental Health Issues Keeps Some from Seeking Help." Record Searchlight. N.p., 20 Oct. 2012. Web. 04 Nov. 2012. <http://www.redding.com/news/2012/oct/20/stigma-holds-many-back-from-acceptance-of-mental/>. "NAMI - The National Alliance on Mental Illness." NAMI. N.p., 2012. Web. 04 Nov. 2012. <http://www.nami.org/template.cfm?section=about_mental_illness>. "NAMI - The National Alliance on Mental Illness." NAMI. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Nov. 2012. <http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=About_Mental_Illness>. Who does it affect? Ex. Schizophrenia, Bipolar, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder Bad Parenting Criminals and Drug Addicts Violence Mental Illness Why stigmas cause problems? The Statistics Funding Issues Mentally Ill people won't admit to being mentally ill. People yet to be diagnosed may not realize there is something wrong with them. So what is the problem? Bibliography Mental Illness is not talked about, and there is no awareness spread about this nation wide problem. Mental illnesses are medical conditions that disrupt a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning. What is Mental Illness? KNOWLEDGE 1 in every 4 Americans develops some sort of Mental Illness at some point in their life. Stigmas and Ignorance
Transcript: Mental Illness A disease in the mind THere are many types of mental disorders... ADHD(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a mental disorder... Kids are not able to control their behavior because of this. 5 types are... 1)Eating disorders 2)Mood Disorders 3)Conduct Disorders 4)Schizophrenia 5)Personality
Transcript: Mental Ilness Google defines mental illness as a disease in the brain.the psychological state of someone who has emotional or behavioral problems serious enough to require psychiatric intervention. HIGHLY COMMON! - Anxiety Disorders - Mood Disorders - Psychotic Disorders - Eating Disorders - Impulse Control - Addiction Disorders - Personality Disorders Examples Mental illness The people I interviewed during this assignment showed an understand of mental illness. I think that this is because the adults I interviewed were all university educated and had the general knowledge to understand what mental illness is. A lot of the young teenagers I interviewed were familiar with mental illness. Because tey were all in year 10 and over, and had obviously been educated in their own P.E class. They also informed me that they have seen some ads on television that examples mental illness. Do the reponses indicate an understanding of mental illness within the community? Do you believe it is possible to change the communities attitudes towards mental illness? I believe that opinions of mental illness should be changed in my community; people were very open to the idea and weren't disrespectful to the subject all. But to inform the community about mental illness would be to advertise mental illness by using posters around the community e.g bus stops, or by advertising commercials on televisions to inform young adults and children about mental illness. Less Common - Adjustment Disorders - Dissociative Disorders - Factitious Disorders - Sexual and gender Disorders - Somatoform Disorders - Tic Disorders
Transcript: 130 patients in Georgia mental hospital died under suspicious circumstances , an investigation was launched,which then proved that there was substantial amount of physicaland mental abuse as you can see there is lot of abuse and mistreatment of patientsin theses place Common side effects anxiety headache nausea diarrhea drowsiness insomnia decreased appetite increased sweating Some other side effects Allergic reaction - difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips or tongue or difficulty swallowing. Seizures Problems with balance or coordination Suicidal thoughts Better drugs the goverment is one of the main supporters of this because by removing the mental hospitals the goverment can save a lot of money. the other supporter of this solution are the patients family and friends since they want to help their friend. Diversity it will avoid the way mentally ill are being abused in mental hospitals group home is a house rented by the community in order to look overthe elderly or mentally ill, it is usually supervised by 1-2 nurses to make sure the residents are taking their medication. it is a very friendly and calm place which avoids a lot of the break downs that mentally ill suffer from time to time by having better, more efficient drugs with lower side effects a lot of people who dont really need these drugs will start taking them ( ADHD) if a company creates this drug the prices of this product will be very high making it hard for every one to access it psychotherapy is when a theorpist sits down with a pationet and talks to them one on one and tries to help the pationt by finding the root of the problem and solving it. psychological view Groups Groups by placing mentally ill in the commnuity we our putting memebers of the commnuity in danger since the mentally ill can be very unperdictable and in some cases dangerous not only that but the cost and responsibility of taking care of some one with a mental disorder can be very difficult More efficient drugs and lower side effects Thank you for your attention! Groups Conclusion More support from the commnuity this solution comes from psychological view, by releasing the pationt into the real world and allowing them to live life like every one else. Commnuity is a primary group for this solution since they are the one puroposing it, by prvoiding group homes and psychotheorpy the commnuity is providing a place for mentally ill to stay and at the same time helping them cope with the out side world Group Home Psychotherapy by making them more efficient we can see improvement in mentally ill much faster by lowering the side effects we can have more patients taking these drugs SOLUTIONS the groups that support this idea are all the big drug companieslike Pfizer, by improving their drugs they can have more people using their products mentally ill may not have a family to help them a lot of mentally ill have a very severe case of substance abuse they may not take their medications after they are released if they are aggersive they may hurt some one after being released they can provide more psychotherapy to the mentally ill create more group homes be supportive be there when they need some one Diversity Mental instituations, many forms of abuse take place in these instituations( forced medication, physical abuse) side effects of drugs and treatments are too high (not efficient out dated ) lack of commnuity support for mentally ill Diversity the patients family is another big supporter because if the patient has better and efficient drugs they can have easier time living with their family not only that but by having less side effects the patient can be more independent this solution is coming from a psychological point of view, the way that group home can help the mentally ill cope with the world and the way psychologist will focus on the pationt in order to find root of his/her problem. Psychological view as of right now many anti depressent like prozac have many side effects What is Mental illness Psychological view pationts are mistreated, by releasing them we put an end to this abuse, not only that we allow them to live in the world outside which can some times help them. Mental Illness Deinstitutionalization Treatment of mentally ill removing all the mentally ill from mental hospitals by providing better drugs the patient will be able to live a much better life. not only that but the mentally ill can benefit from more efficient drugs which will avoid any break down he/she may suffer from, allowing them to be more independant. any disease of mind it can take many forms one in 5 people suffer by providing better more efficient drugs with lower side effects
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Transcript: Depression: During a depressive episode, the person experiences: feelings of sadness or loses interest in the things they normally enjoy. At least 5 of the following additional symptoms persist for at least 2 weeks: insomnia (trouble sleeping) or sleeping too much depressed mood weight loss or weight gain decreased interest in pleasurable activities fatigue or decreased energy problems concentrating or making decisions feeling slowed down or feeling too agitated to sit still feeling worthless or guilty or having very low self-esteem recurrent thoughts of death or of committing suicide A depressive episode may also include symptoms such as: severe anxiety, excessive worry, other physical symptoms (e.g., pain) as well as psychotic symptoms such as delusions (firmly believing things that are not true) or hallucinations (hearing, feeling, or seeing things that are not there). Causes of Bipolar Disorder: There is no single, proven cause of bipolar disorder, but research suggests that it is the result of abnormalities in the way some nerve cells in the brain function or communicate. Researchers also believe that there is a definite genetic link (family history) in which there is a higher risk for people who have a parent or full sibling (i.e., a first-degree relative) with bipolar disorder. Whatever the precise nature of the cause of bipolar disorder, it clearly makes people with the disorder more vulnerable to emotional and physical stresses. As a result, upsetting life experiences, alcohol, illicit drug use, lack of sleep, or other stresses can trigger episodes of illness, even though these stresses do not actually cause the disorder. Bipolar disorder is not the fault of the person suffering from it and is not the result of a "weak" or unstable personality. Rather, bipolar disorder is a treatable medical condition. Medications for bipolar disorder must be customized to fit the individual because the patterns and severity of this disorder vary from one person to the next. Long-term medications are commonly used to treat bipolar disorder. Medications used to manage bipolar disorder include: mood stabilizers antidepressants antipsychotics Other medications may be prescribed to manage symptoms such as trouble sleeping, anxiety, or restlessness. Challenges for family who live with someone who has this disorder: they feel unloved, scared to be around or near them, scared to come home or to ask for things, can’t talk to them about things, confused by their actions, don’t know what to do or say around them that won’t set them, woken up in the middle of the night when they are in their manic stage and are suddenly ripping apart a newly renovated room because they had a new vision for it and then they hit their depressed stage and it sits there unfinished and untouched. Dealing with their suicidal thoughts and attempts, not knowing where they are or what they are doing when they take off when they are angry. A child has to deal with their parent slowly drifting in and out of their life. It is important for people with bipolar disorder to keep taking their medications in order for the medications to work properly in managing this condition. They should not stop taking these medications or adjust the dose on their own without speaking to their doctor or pharmacist first. Symptoms: Mania: During a manic episode, people experience a high, irritable, angry, or aggressive mood for a least one week. In addition, they will experience 3 or more of the following: needing little sleep increased, loud, or quick talking having racing thoughts (thoughts that won't quiet) being much more active than usual having an inflated feeling of power, greatness, or importance doing reckless things without concern about possible consequences (e.g., spending too much money, engaging in inappropriate sexual activity, or making risky business investments) feeling very powerful or special (inflated self-esteem) A manic episode may also include psychotic symptoms such as delusions (firmly believing things that are not true) or hallucinations (hearing, feeling, or seeing things that are not there). Mood stabilizers: Most people with bipolar disorder are treated with medications called mood stabilizers (e.g., lithium*, divalproex or valproic acid, carbamazepine). These medications provide relief from current episodes and prevent them from recurring. They do not worsen depression or mania, or lead to increased cycling. Combination therapy with two mood stabilizers is sometimes recommended for people who do not respond to or develop resistance to the use of one medication Antipsychotics: These medications (i.e., olanzapine, risperidone, quetiapine) are used to help with the symptoms of mania, and they are believed to work by regulating the activity of certain brain chemicals to stabilize mood. Similar to antidepressants, several types of antipsychotics are available - each slightly differs in how they work, and each has their specific side effects.
Transcript: Causes 1. Loss of sleep is symptom of depression 2. Depression is always caused by trauma 3. Heath Ledger survived depression 4. Depression is rare 5. Robin Williams commited suicide in 2014 Depression distorts your thoughts 20 million people in United States suffer from depression every year Women are 2 times more likely to have depression 1 in 4 young adults will suffer from depression before age 24 Depressed people are more prone to get other illnesses Globally, 350 million people suffer from depression Chronic pain is a the most common symptom Depression is experienced as anxiety 65% of the time Self medications will not help you, but make it worse Depression affects all people Treatment 10 Facts About Depression Robin Williams suffered from chronic depression and commited suicide in 2014 Heath Ledger went through depression after his break up with actress Michelle Williams. This depression led to his death due to a drug overdose. Andre Waters had depression had depression after his retirement from football. He claimed this was because of head injuries. Clinical- Also known as major depression, basically standard depression Bipolar- Random mood swings Dysthymia- Constant mild depression Seasonal Affective Disorder- Mood changes with the seasons Mental Illness PowerPoint Project Exercise to relieve mood Mopod diares Acupuncture Medications Support Groups Light Therapy Past physical, sexual, or emotional abuse Certain medications chemically mess with the brain Personal conflict within a person's fanily or socail group Grief or sadness due to loss of a loved one Problems such as social isolation or bullying Define/Describe Illness Depression isn't always caused by one specific factor, but many things can lead to this mental illness. These may include abuse, medications, personal conflict, grief, genetics, change, and socail problems Video Clip Quiz True or False True and False Specific Symptoms Web M.D. Helpguide.org Health.com Resources Famous People Treatment for depression varies in a large way, as there are many types of depression. Most of the tine, a docotor can prescibre durgs. Some of these drugs include abilify, xanax, zoloft, and remeron. This can become dangerous as some of these pills are highly addictive. Types of Depression Possible causes Appetite or weight changes Sleep changes Reckless behavior Feelings of hoplessness Concentration problems loss of energy self loathing unexplained aches/pains Symptoms Answers When people are depressed, they feel very sad and most of the time, hopeless and empty. If you do not get treatment, then it can last for weeks, months, or even years. A common result of depression is the thought of committing suicide. People going through depression may feel guilt, worthlessness, and helplessness. Define/Describe Illness Depression has many symptoms and warning sights that can be spotted by anyone. However, just because a person suffers one of these symptoms, they may not be clinically depressed. There is a difference between feeling down and being clinically depressed. Depression is the feeling of dejection and despondency.It is an illness that affects the body, mood and thoughts of a person.It can also affect the way they think, the way they eat, and the way they view themselves. Depression comes in many forms, such as seasonal affective disorder, bipolar, clinical, and 1.T 2.F 3.F 4.F 5.T 6.T 7.T 8.F 9.T 10.F 1. 1 in 10 people suffer from depression 2. Light therapy exists for certain disorders 3.Xanax is not an anti depressant 4.Therapy groups are available 5. Bipolar Disorder is a sepreate disorder Treatments
Transcript: Determine the factors that affect men’s mental health and distinguish the preventative measures. Construct a new preventative measure to reduce the number of affected males with mental illness. •Mental illness refers to chemical changes within the brain Affecting: - Thinking - Feeling - Moods and ability to relate to others •Mental Illness in Men is being called the "Silent Crisis" Preventative Measures Mental Health Problems Affecting Males Did u Know: A New Preventative Measure Effects Of Mental Health On Others Conclusion What is Mental Illness •Professional Help •Stress Free •Relaxation •Meditation •Diet and Lifestyle •Social Support Understanding Mental Illness Myth < Fact Myth: Teenagers don’t suffer from “real” mental illness, they are just moody. Fact: One in ten children and adolescences suffer from mental illnesses. •Current Methods •Awareness Campaign -Men's Mental Health Day September 12 •Stigma attached to mental Health Issues •Men need to acknowledge their mental health •Further Support of government and NGO initiatives So Man Up and support Mens' Mental Health Day September 12 •Parental Role •Marriage •War •Unemployment •Hazardous Occupation •Separation and Divorce •Male Sexuality •Depression and Suicide •Fertility and Fatherhood Did u Know: Men are more than twice as likely as women to have a substance abuse disorder in any 12-month period (7.1% compared with 3.3%), with alcohol use disorders being more Mental Illness •Men and Women experience different disorders •Health problems affecting males -Suicide -Substance Abuse -Antisocial behavior Factors
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