World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day (World Mental Health Day) is celebrated in the world in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health (World Federation for Mental Health). Themed magazines are published international psychiatric organizations, sent appeals to government agencies and health authorities calling to participate in international traffic.

The World Health Organization has stated that today in the world there are more than 450 million people suffering from mental illness. In Western countries, every seventh person is either a paranoid / schizophrenic, or prone to depression and alcoholism.

The purpose of the World Mental Health Day is to reduce the prevalence of depressive disorders, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, addiction, epilepsy, mental retardation, .

contribute to the growing incidence of information overload, political and economic upheavals in the country, and the harbingers of disease is stress.

Modern life itself has to stress: changes in the lives of the political, economic, troubles at work, and just ride in public transport leads to the fact that a person with their stress begins to be humble, and so close to depression.

Stress has become an integral part of modern life. People struggle with them, without thinking about what you need to not fight and do not let them.