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Mental Health by Mind Map: Mental Health

1. Biological Risk Factors

1.1. Genetic Vulnerability

1.1.1. A biological predisposition to develop a certain disorder or disease. Genes/Hormones/Chemical

1.1.2. Examples Schizophrenia Depression Pharmacogenetics Substance Abuse

2. Psychological Risk Factors

2.1. Rumination

2.1.1. When people over think or obsess about situations or life events.

2.2. Impaired Reasoning and Memory

2.3. Stress

2.4. Poor Self-Efficacy

2.4.1. The belief in our own ability to succeed and overcome.

3. Is a state of emotional and social well-being in which individuals can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and can contribute to their community.

4. Characteristics of Mental Health

4.1. High levels of functioning

4.1.1. Independence, goals, development

4.2. Social Wellbeing

4.2.1. Connected, Reciprocated, Valued, Desired

4.3. Emotional Wellbeing

4.3.1. Balance, Normal Range, Strategy

4.4. Resilience

4.4.1. The Capacity To Recover Quickly From Set Backs

5. Models of Wellbeing

5.1. Intellectual

5.2. Social

5.3. Physical

5.4. Spiritual

5.5. Occupational

5.6. Emotional

5.7. Environmental

6. Mental Illness

6.1. A mental disorder that effects one or more functions of the mind.

6.1.1. Mood Disorders

6.1.2. Anxiety Disorders

6.1.3. Schizophrenia

6.1.4. Multiple Personality Disorder

6.1.5. Borderline Personality Disorder

7. Types of risk Factors

7.1. Predisposing

7.1.1. Factors that increase vulnerability to developing mental health problems.

7.1.2. Examples Genetics Hormones Temperament Poverty

7.2. Precipitating

7.2.1. Factors that trigger the onset or exacerbation of mental health problems.

7.2.2. Examples Environmental Triggers Significant Life Events Trauma, Accident, Injury

7.3. Perpetuating

7.3.1. Factors that inhibity recovery from mental health problems.

7.3.2. Examples Poor Health Stigma Lack of Social Support Lack of Resources

7.4. Protective

7.4.1. The factors that prevent the occurrence or recurrence of mental health problems.

7.4.2. Examples Good health/sleep/exercise Hormonal Balance/No family incidence Resilience Resources Strong social support and Network