The results of LiveLoveLaugh’s latest nationwide study - How India Perceives Mental Health - show a marked change in India’s attitude towards mental illness. What does this mean for mental health t...
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Integrating mental health within primary healthcare systems can ensure holistic care and treatment for patients.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), one person dies by suicide every forty seconds.
During adulthood work-life plays a critical role, fulfilling many of the most basic needs such as, a means to earn a living - providing food, financial security and shelter, a place to form interpe...
Stigma against mental illness creates many obstacles.
Stigma refers to unacceptance and shame felt by people who display characteristics that society considers wrong.
The Mental Healthcare Act of 2017 was implemented on July 7 this year.
According to the World Health Organisation, every 40 seconds, one person worldwide chooses to take away their life.
In a significant and historic move the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), has issued a directive to insurers in India to provide health insurance coverage for mental i...
The burden of mental illness is on the rise. With the number of people reporting mental health concerns slowly increasing, it has become difficult to ignore the impact that mental illness can have ...
It is imperative to inform and educate India’s population about mental health, it’s disorders and the various methods of treatment that are available in this country.
In order to ensure that Mental Health in India is addressed holistically, it is necessary to reduce the amount of stigma associated with Mental Illness.
In India, we live in a collectivist society. The community that we live in has the power to shape our ideology and identity, to a large extent.