Mental Health Disorders Essex
Are you looking for a source of support for mental health disorders in Essex? If so, look no further than the Streetwise Mental Health website. Within our website, we cover all aspects of the causes, treatments, support and profile cases from the perspective of those suffering from mental health disorders. Whether you are suffering yourself or know someone that is, head over to our website or get in touch with our team to find out more.
What are the common misconceptions of mental health disorders in Essex?
A large portion of the population fails to understand that mental health disorders affect everyone differently, particularly with bipolar. Formerly known as manic depression, bipolar is linked with causing an individual's mood and energy to fluctuate drastically, where the difference between the two and cause dramatic spirit and social change. It’s estimated that 1 in every 100 people suffer, with the majority developing the disorder between the ages of 15-19, yet there is no definitive cause identified.
Currently, there is a lack of resources for mental health disorders in Essex, though we look to change this with the range of e-books we have available. One of the most sought after books is the The Trauma of Voices and Body Mentalists. Within this book, you will read about how the difference in the tone of voice can change your mood, as well as how to improve how you are conveying yourself to others. This book will also help you to identify when someone is annoying and when your subconscious can’t work out why you are becoming frustrated.
Alternatively, we regularly post content produced by other users so that you are able to obtain multiple perspectives on mental health disorders. A great example is the regular videos that we release, where we cover all themes of mental health issues including anxiety, bipolar, stress, psychosis and mindfulness. To find out additional information regarding resources on mental health disorders in Essex, simply use the search bar on the top of the Streetwise Mental Health website.