In the modern evolved world, a lot of things have changed. People have become less conservative and more open to accepting certain things. Read more.
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THE STIGMA OF MENTAL DISORDERS
In the modern evolved world, a lot of things have changed. People have become less conservative
and more open to accepting certain things. What was considered impossible a century ago is now
considered a way of living. Time can bring about a lot of changes, most of them good and some of
them better. But with all the different changes, some things do remain the same even centuries
The classification, and acceptance of mental disorders is still not as good as it should be, nor socially
acceptable. A visit to a psychiatrist is still a thing to be looked down upon. One of the main
problems associated with mental illnesses is that they do not enjoy the same awareness and
importance as physical illnesses do, mostly because all the trauma is in the mind, and the physical
effects are invisible or completely generic symptoms that could be attributed to a physical health
With changing medical scenarios and scientific advancements, thankfully, the most serious of mental
health problems are now identified and treated with a combination of methods that work
simultaneously upon the brain and the body.
Issues like Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and depression are now recognised as illnesses and are
Research studies for bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and depression in New York City have given
many new avenues to the overall research of the subject, opening up many lines of research that can
be worked upon.The headache research studies in New York City are a result of the society’s
acceptance that a headache is not necessarily only a physical problem.