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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Are you mental?

"It is an odd paradox that a society which can now speak openly and unabashedly about topics that were once unspeakable, still remains largely silent when it comes to mental illness."By Glenn Close

Everyone in this world today, emphasize only to what is 'visible' to them.  Probably, because they can concern for it, resolve it and bring it to  mass awareness easily.  But we also need to concentrate over what is not "so easy" for actualising and even to understand. Nowadays there is such an  upsurge of mental disorders that it is hard to realise whether such disabilities actually exist?

As stated by WHo reports, there is one in every 4 people who suffers from some kind of mental illness at a particular period in their life. Unfortunately we just call such people abnormal and don't consider their problems with seriousness. There are human beings who suffer with rare and scariest mental disorder due to traumatic experience, mental injury, drug abuse, neurological disorder or if diagnosed with disorders like dementia and Alzheimer ,that too, causes memory loss.

Have you ever met with such a person who is unable to control his hand from harming himself (alien hand syndrome), who amputate his own healthy living without a cause (apotemnophilia), who just act like a cow (boanthropy), one who believes that people around him are replaced by imposters (capgras delusion), acts like a zombie or a dead man (cotard delusion), form a different identity at any time (dissociative identity disorder), one who is obsessed with sickness and love to stay ill (factitious disorder) or get overwhelmed when see a large amount of artistic work (stendahl syndrome).  It's not enough guys, there is also one such disorder in which a man tries to eat inedible objects like books.  Do you know its name? just ask it from Google.

Such a mental hallucination or disablility can also be a result of loneliness, inexpressiveness, extreme fear or anxiety, mental shock or obsession with any person or thing. With such a condition the person need support of his family and close ones then any paid psychiatrist. This support can actually work to make them realise their own self and the illusionary world created by them.
Happy Quarantine

Written by yashu R

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