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Our team at Mental Hospital comprises experienced Mental Health Professionals including expert psychiatrists and clinical psychologists.


Our team at Mental Hospital comprises experienced Mental Health Professionals including expert psychiatrists and clinical psychologists.

Yes, mental illness is treatable. Many mental health conditions can be effectively managed with a combination of treatments, including medication, therapy, lifestyle changes, and support from family and community resources. It is important to seek professional help if someone is struggling with mental health concerns. It is also important to recognize that recovery from mental illness is a process, and it may take time and effort to see improvement.

What does it mean to have a mental illness?

Having a mental illness means that a person’s thoughts, emotions, or behaviour are significantly affected in a way that causes distress, impairment in daily functioning, or a risk to themselves or others. Mental illness is a broad term that covers a range of conditions, including anxiety disorders, mood disorders (such as depression and bipolar disorder), personality  disorders, psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia), eating disorders, and substance use disorders. It is important to note that having a mental illness is not a personal failure or weakness, and it does not mean that a person is “crazy” or “unstable.”

Will the mental illness patient need medication throughout his/her life?

The need for medication to manage a mental illness can vary from person to person. In some cases, medication may only be necessary for a short period to manage symptoms during a crisis or acute phase of an illness. Some mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder, are often managed with medication for an extended period, and in some cases, medication may be required for a lifetime.

. What is the role of counselling in mental illness treatment?

Counselling, also known as therapy or psychotherapy, can play a vital role in the treatment of mental illness. The specific type of therapy used will depend on the individual’s needs and the specific mental health condition being treated. Some common types of therapy include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), which focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviours, dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), which helps people regulate their emotions and manage relationships, and psychodynamic therapy, which focuses on exploring unconscious thoughts and emotions. Art and music therapy uses creative expression to promote healing and well-being. They are often used in combination with other types of therapy, such as talk therapy, to address mental health concerns.

If I feel better after taking medication for mental illness, does this mean I am "cured" and can stop taking it?

If you feel better after taking medication for a mental illness, it does not necessarily mean that you are “cured” and can stop taking it. Mental illness is often a chronic condition that requires ongoing management, and medication is often an important part of that management. In some cases, medication may be tapered or discontinued under the guidance of a healthcare provider, but this should only be done after careful consideration of the risks and benefits. Abruptly stopping medication can be dangerous and can cause withdrawal symptoms or a recurrence of symptoms. Additionally, even if you feel better after taking medication, it is important to continue with other forms of treatment, such as therapy or lifestyle changes, to manage symptoms and promote overall well-being.




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