June 2019



Mental Illness and mental health are recognisable, but there are differences between them. However, mixed-used as if it means the same thing. Both have different symptoms and signs to classify the status of capacity.


We all have mental health as well as we have mental health illness. The presentation of unclear or unusual characteristics justifies a mental health illness. Mental illness affects the way people think, behave and feel. Similarly, the way the individual reacts affects the interactions with other people.


Mental health is a state of well-being of which individuals realises his or her potential. As a result, the individual can cope with the normal stresses of life. Therefore, can work productively, fruitful and able to support the community and the society at large.


Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being in the absence of disease or infirmity. Besides, maintaining a total mental capacity to judge things correctly.

Mental illness is when diagnosed by an expert such as a Psychiatrist. According to the World Health Organisation that says “There is no health without mental health”. However, when mental health is impaired, it becomes an illness in its own right.
A change in personality. If someone begins to act like a different person or not feeling like himself/herself. Similarly, when an individual starts to think negatively, not able to differentiate reality to exaggeration, meaning hallucination and delusion.

Social isolations and withdrawal from activities and friends. Low energy, problems sleeping, tiredness

Anxiety, Anger and or moodiness, feeling sad, confused thinking and reduced the ability to concentrate.
Excessive fears, worries, and feeling guilty to the extreme
Risky behaviours and a decline in self-caring


Neurodevelopmental disorder: This covers a wide range of problems that usually begin in infancy or childhood. The example includes autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit or hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and learning disorders.
Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders cause detachment from reality such as delusions, hallucinations, and disorganised thinking and speech. This class can develop at any time in life and is known to be genetic and or triggered by substances.
Bipolar disorders presents episodes of mania meaning periods of excessive activity, energy and excitement, to include depression. Also, bipolar develops at any time within the lifespan.


Depressive disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive, Anxiety disorders, Trauma and Stressor, Somatic symptom. Similarly, Dissociative disorders, Feeding and Eating Disorders, Gender, Dysphoria, Sexual Dysfunction. Also, Substance and addictive disorders, Neurocognitive disorders, Personality disorder and Paraphilic disorders.


Other mental disorders include mental disorders that are due to other medical conditions, that does not meet the full criteria for one of the above mental illness. Similarly, hypoxic brain injury following trauma or cardiac arrest. Also, brain tumour, meningitis, brain oedema and of course, Stroke.


Treatment depends on the type of mental illness. However, its severity and what works best for an individual is essential to remember. As a result, the Psychiatrist will recommend the best medicine and therapy that is needed.

The treatment team include Family members, Primary Care Doctor, Nurse Practitioner. Also, Psychiatrist, Social Worker, Pharmacist and Psychotherapist.


Challenges involve denial stages

Lack of cooperation

Refusal to medications






In conclusion, family, friends and Schools are first to notice changes in mental illness candidates. As a result, this group of close alliance need to offer support and report this to the appropriate next of kin, to allow a prompt treatment action. Seek medical assistance as early as possible to achieve a positive outcome.





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Mangoes are fruits, and best enjoy when it is natural. The fruit exists in many countries and is seasonal. Mangoes are sweet, and as a result, many people eat this fruit every day and to use it as part of nutrition. The fruit is best to enjoy when it is fresh, available in many countries and it is seasonal.


Fruits improve nutrients and cells daily.

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Regular exercise is needed to burn off carbohydrates.

The fruit is sweet, and as a result, many people use it as part of five daily fruits. It contains low-calorie fruit that has high in fibre, similarly, a source of vitamins A and C. It also has the benefit of calcium, zinc and vitamin E to a minimum. Also, it is a source of folate, B6 and iron.


Eating Mango is good; one can fill up quickly. However, this fruit is sweet and contains sugar. The sugar in mango is natural, and should not to be mistaken for processed sugar. As a result, the fruit sweetness balances out with fibre and a host of nutrients for the body system. Mangoes contain a considerable amount of fibrous content, and it supports the digestive system to function well. As a result, it burns the unwanted calories from the system. It causes further weight loss. It is a piece of good news for those looking to lose weight.

Advantages and Disadvantages

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It is best to keep to moderation of how many mangoes to eat daily. This fruit can help to lose weight if eating moderately; as such, it can equally cause weight gain. Like any other food we eat, moderation is the keyword. Eating too many has the possibility of raising blood sugar and weight gain. Therefore, regular exercise is paramount to burn off the carbohydrates. Individuals believe mangoes help them to go to sleep. As a result, they eat one of this fruit, before going to bed. Mangoes contains pyridoxine, which is useful for the synthesis of serotonin and dopamine find in the brain. Similarly, it is believed to prevent insomnia.


Overall, mangoes are good and have many positive benefits. However, if overeating, there is also risks of diabetes, weight gain instead of losing and diarrhoea.