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12th October 2016
Bechara Mein: I want to be a mental care provider but.......?
IMA represent the collective consciousness of over three lakh medical practitioners in the country.
During our MBBS, we were not taught any subject like mental health or mental well-being. Psychiatry was taught in a few lectures. During internship, psychiatry was less than a week posting with no psychiatrist in the faculty. During my MD medicine, psychiatry was just a touch-and-go subject. But we were still taught that health is not mere absence of disease but a state of physical and mental well- being.
As per the WHO, 1 in 4 persons will suffer from mental disorder in their life time and 10% of us at any given time suffer from mental disease.
About 800,000 people commit suicide worldwide every year, of these 135,000 (17%) are in India. Every 40 seconds a life is lost through suicide worldwide. The suicide rate in India is 11.5 % per lakh and every 3 seconds a person attempts to die. Suicide is one of the top three causes of death among the young in the age group of 15-35 years.
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Happy Dussehra: Fighting your health demons for a healthy life!
This Vijaydashmi, people should find ways to beat key lifestyle evils like stress, depression, insomnia, obesity, smoking, alcohol and drugs
New Delhi, 11th October 2016: Dussehra is one of the most important Hindu festivals, which marks the triumph of good over evil. During the festival, devotees worship Lord Rama, who ended the rule of Ravana thereby reinstating goodness in the World. Likewise, this Dusshera, each one of us should try and fight the evils within us for a healthy and long life.
A balanced state of mind and a healthy lifestyle can go a long way in preventing lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiac ailments and obesity. The life of the 21st century Indian is found plagued with evils such as unhealthy eating habits, a sedentary lifestyle, excessive stress, consumption of tobacco and alcohol. The time has come to reverse this trend and make necessary lifestyle changes. Simple everyday lifestyle modifications can do the trick.
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