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Title The Global Socioeconomic Impact of Mental Health
Authors Louis, R.
ORCID
Keywords соціоекономіка
социоэкономика
socioeconomics
психічне здоров'я
психическое здоровье
mental health
громадське здоров’я
общественное здоровье
public health
наукові дослідження
научные исследования
scientific research
здоров'я
здоровье
health
благополуччя
благополучие
wellbeing
Type Article
Date of Issue 2022
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/88336
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Louis, R. (2022). The Global Socioeconomic Impact of Mental Health. SocioEconomic Challenges, 6(2), 50-56. https://doi.org/10.21272/sec.6(2).50-56.2022.
Abstract This paper outlines the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific communities on the issue of common genetic factors discovered in mental disorders. The main objective of the research is to analyse the relationship between genetics and mental health. The relevance of this study by FAAVM Canada, (North America), is to help recognize that major mental health disorders share certain genetic defects. These findings may also point to apply better multidisciplinary scientific research methodologies to diagnose and treat these conditions. However, genetic factors can increase the risks of mental health issues, or make us more vulnerable to developing them, by reducing the brain’s ability to deal with or compensate for traumas and other cognitive disruptions. This research empirically confirms and theoretically proves that the results can be useful for vaccine and pharmaceutical drug development. Across the European Union (EU) region, approximately 165 million people are affected annually by mental illnesses, for the most part, anxiety, mood, and substance abuse disorders. On average, over 50% of the general population in middle-income and high-income countries will experience at least one mental illness at some point in their lives. That being said, mental illnesses are by no means limited to a minority group of predisposed persons but are a major public health challenge. These scientific attributes are in fact mandatory diagnostic criteria that exert considerable socio-economic repercussions not only for those affected but also for their families, communities, social, and employment related environments. In the first year of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, global frequency of anxiety and depression increased by an immense 25%, according to a scientific summary released by the World Health Organization (WHO). Mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders account for over 10.4% of the global burden of mental health diseases, owing to demographic changes and prolonged life expectancy, and were the leading cause of years lived with disability among all disease groups.
Appears in Collections: SocioEconomic Challenges (SEC)

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