QuestionsWhat is mental health defined by?
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admin answered 2 months ago
  • advancement of mental and physical health and wellbeing.
  • mental illness avoidance.
  • emotional strain or crisis brought on by disease, discomfort, incapacity, or loss
  • impairment of functioning due to mental health issues
  • perception, vision, and communication changes brought on by mental health issues.
  • Cognitive and behavioral patterns that suggest a risk to oneself or others
  • Consciousness and body image alterations, developmental problems, adjustments to the way things happen in life, and physical symptoms brought on by psychological changes.
  The scope of mental health is vast and complex, but there are a few key principles that psychologists agree on. 
  • First, mental health is a state of well-being in which an individual can cope with the demands of everyday life. 
  • Second, mental health is not static; it can fluctuate throughout one's lifetime. 
  • Third, mental health is influenced by both biological and environmental factors.
  • Fourth, mental health is multidimensional, meaning it includes emotional, cognitive, social, and physical aspects.