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Women’s Mental Health

Women’s Mental Health

Women’s Mental
Health

Doctor: Dr. Swati Mittal When: Mon - Sat Where: Swastik Assist Homes A-113, Block A, Sector 92 Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301.

Women’s Mental Health
Women’s Mental Health

Mental Health is essential for the overall well-being of a person. Mental disorders can affect both men and women, but differently. As much as 1 in every 5 women experience mental health issues like depression, anxiety, etc. Certain mental health disorders are unique to only women. Abuse of any kind is a very common reason behind the poor mental health of women.

For as long as we can remember, women have always had to play several roles at a time. Women are the guardians of every household and always put the needs of their family members above their own needs. They have also been subjected to constant judgments and are expected to not talk about their feelings.

Major life transitions such as pregnancy, menopause, etc can put emotional and physical stress on women. Negative life experiences such as infertility, unemployment, and isolation can also negatively affect the mental wellbeing of women. These along with various other social factors put women at great risk of poor mental health in comparison to men.

There are many ways in which mental health can be approached and treated. Mental health is important for the mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing of every individual. Getting the right care is a good way to recover from poor mental health. Communicating with your psychiatrist can help you improve and recover from poor mental health.

FAQs

  • What are the warning signs of poor mental health in women?

Some of the symptoms experienced by women with poor mental health may include:

  • Feelings of isolation, sadness, and hopelessness, Aches and digestive problems.
  • Alcohol and drug misuse, Constant feelings of fear and worry.
  • Changes in eating and sleeping habits
  • Major mood changes,Social withdrawal, irritability , Suicidal thoughts
  • Changes in appetite and weight, Loss of energy or fatigue

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