Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Poverty and Mental Health

Poverty produces People with a host of mental health disorders.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is generally the result of violence, and violence is more common in low-income families and shelters. A host of severe disorders, Depression, Anxiety and other disorders become very common for the victims of this disorder. Studies have shown that Children Who Grow Up In More Violence Areas Are “weakreal-time neural connections” in the areas of Brain that manage “moral and emotional processing”. Trauma is not always caused by violence; Sometimes it can be a huge pressure on a developing mind that the vastness of the disorder among the World’s poor is not yet counted, but the symptoms of its spread are evident in many studies.
One Study found that 30 To 70 Percent of people Living in war-affected countries are suffering from PTSD.
Another found that there are currently Two Billion People where violence affects their development.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

In emerging economies and developing countries, poor people live under constant threat of all those things which they have lost or have been taken from them.
Some people have the risk of losing it for war and violence, by others, by more subtle forces of debt collectors, Jobs and Food insecurity or civilization such as aggression.
Generally, there is not a single thing on stake: losing a means of transport means Missing on food or jobs, possibly a home, medical care, and life of loved ones.
A study in 2012 found that poverty is the main cause of generalized anxiety, especially for Women And Mother; 1.3 billion people have 70 percent of Women in poverty.

Paranoid Personality Disorder

In developing countries, poor people have to constantly cope, which is a consistent and very real danger, can leave a lasting impression on their mind, resulting in suspicion and suspicion of everything.
Typically, negative Early Development Experiences and hostile home life are known for traditional reasons, and early adulthood, symptoms are not problematic or clear.
In developing countries and poor areas, children are at risk of personality disorder due to excessive domestic conditions, lack of education and dissemination of violence or deception from adults.
In September, UNICEF published this research: The population of children is constituted in the largest population, 27% of the 47% of the adult population is 19.5% global child population is poor, this means that more than 380 million children They have to live under severe conditions which can change their mental health forever.

Major Depressive Disorder

Depression is a dangerously elusive way, which harm mental health in developing countries. Finding suffering is difficult, because it is felt rather than being transmitted.
Depression is dependent on physical aspects and language, it is difficult to understand the severity of each case. For example, a Study Conducted In Zimbabwe states that it is ” Understanding culture-specific vocabulary is important. ”
There is a word or phrase in every culture that shows signs like depression, but in most of these countries, some, if any, are available for the Help of Mental Health Clinics or psychiatrists.
It is seriously debilitating, especially for those whose livelihood depends on physically strenuous work. Due to the absence of investment in mental health provisions for depression, in the 36 countries, the estimated $ 1 trillion is lost every year.
In 2014, a study in Pakistan found that half women were disappointed because of oppressive cultural standards. In Uganda, most affected the HIV / AIDS epidemic in some areas, spike was seen due to a decline of 21 percent.

Bipolar Disorder

Like depression, sometimes it may be difficult to detect and treat Bipolar Disorder in some areas of developing countries.
Often in the areas of stigma, victims are fully imprisoned due to traditional or ceremonial care, help in many developing countries.
There are no resources required for Approximately 25 To 50 Percent of people with disorder development are estimated to attempt suicide, and 15 percent are successful, the rate is 30 times more than the normal population.
Apart from genetic disturbances, the most common contributing factor is misuse of substances and trauma, both of which are living in poor areas. It is estimated to be between 18 and 24 years, rural areas are more common in urban areas than the three times more common disorder.

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