Causes of Mental Health Problems

Causes of Mental Health Problems

Mental health problems can have a wide range of causes. It is likely that lots of people there is a complicated combination of factors even though different people may be more deeply affected by certain issues than others.  

The following factors could be a potential result in a period of poor mental health:

  • Being a long-term carer for someone
  • Drug and alcohol misuse
  • Unemployment or losing your job
  • Homelessness or poor housing
  • Severe or long-term stress
  • Having a long-term physical health condition
  • Social disadvantage, poverty, or debt
  • Losing someone close to you
  • Social isolation or loneliness
  • Experiencing discrimination and stigma
  • Childhood abuse, trauma, or neglect
  • Significant trauma as an adult
  • Domestic violence, bullying, or other abuse as an adult
  • Physical causes (a head injury or a neurological condition such as epilepsy)

Even though lifestyle factors including diet, work, drugs, and lack of sleep can all affect your mental health. 

How Are Diet And Mental Health Linked?

The relationship between our diet and our mental health is complex. On the other hand, research shows a link between what we eat and how we feel.

Eating well can help you feel better:

  • Eat the right balance of fats because your brain needs healthy fats to keep working well. 
  • Eat regularly to stop your blood sugar level from dropping, which can make you feel bad-tempered or tired.
  • Include more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains in your diet. They contain the vitamins and minerals your brain and body need to stay well.
  • Include some protein with every meal. It contains an amino acid that your brain uses to help regulate your mood.
  • Stay hydrated because even mild dehydration can affect your energy level, mood, and ability to concentrate.
  • Look after your gut health. Your gut can reflect how you are feeling. 
  • Be aware of how caffeine can affect your mood. It can cause sleep problems, especially if you drink it close to bedtime, and some people find it makes them irritable and anxious too. 
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The Potential Impact of HCG Diet for Mental Health

HCG has certain properties known as beta-endorphins that are hypothetically proficient to elevate mood. Several individuals using HCG have reported that they’ve experienced feelings of success, confidence, and happiness.

HCG is a hormone generally found in enormous amounts during pregnancy. It is made by the placenta and helps maintain pregnancy. It is conventionally used by doctors to treat female patients for infertility or boys for delayed puberty. During pregnancy, women may make up to one million units of HCG daily, while the HCG weight loss programs use less than two hundred units daily and have no effect on fertility or sexual development. The HCG diet program consists of a very low-calorie diet and the daily administration of HCG. HCG is a great starting point to help people on their journey back to health. 

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Causes of Mental Health Problems