Mental Health Issue Among Malaysian Society

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Mental Health Issue Among Malaysian Society by Mind Map: Mental Health Issue Among Malaysian Society

1. Gender (Female)

1.1. Causes

1.1.1. Environmental Factors

1.1.2. Psychological

1.1.3. Past Traumatic Event

1.2. Effect

1.2.1. Stigma

1.2.1.1. "Reaction of other people to us"

1.2.1.2. negative attitudes held by individuals & society

1.2.1.3. it prevent person who are under mental health problem or issue from reaching & getting help they should've need, even from their own families

1.3. Solution

1.3.1. Learn to be open about mental health condition to others

1.3.1.1. share it with people whom they are very close with

1.3.2. Try to be constantly active

1.3.2.1. Learn to get out from comfort zone, involve with any volunteering activities

2. Teenagers

2.1. Causes

2.1.1. Impaired social functioning

2.1.2. low academic achievements

2.1.3. unemployment

2.2. Effect

2.2.1. increases risk of adverse psychological outcomes

2.2.2. consumption of alcohol

2.2.3. drugs abuse

2.2.4. behavioral changes

2.3. Solution

2.3.1. referring counsellor for therapies

2.3.2. find the right learning style for academic

2.3.3. improve skills/ human capital to make people more flexible in the workplace

3. Gender (Male)

3.1. Causes

3.1.1. Workplace bullying

3.1.2. harassment

3.2. Effect

3.2.1. posses a serious long term threat to the health

3.2.2. behaviours of workers

3.2.3. increment in suicidal rate

3.2.4. traumatic series of life-changing

3.3. Soluition

3.3.1. counselling is an informal and confidential way

3.3.2. meditation is the next stage

3.3.3. promote a positive workplace culture

3.3.4. encourage a zero-telorance environment

4. Older Adults

4.1. Causes

4.1.1. the movement to an unfamiliar environment

4.1.2. loss of previous connections and networks

4.1.3. deterioration of physical health

4.1.4. marriage has been shown to be a protective factor against depression in the elderly

4.2. Effects

4.2.1. Prevelance rates of anxiety among older poeple living in long-term care setting

4.2.2. functional impairment and imposes an immense burden on individuals

4.2.3. depression in the elderly is commonly misdiagnosed and undertreated

4.2.4. anxiety disorder in late life often overshadowed by the focus on depression and dementia

4.3. Solution

4.3.1. older people feel more comfortable talking to a doctor with whom they already have a connection or relationship with

4.3.2. Psychotherapy

4.3.3. Medication