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Milly Cox
Mind Map by Milly Cox, updated more than 1 year ago
Milly Cox
Created by Milly Cox over 5 years ago



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  1. Key Features
    1. Mental health refers to a state of wellbeing in which the individual realises his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully and is able to make a contribution to their own community.
      1. our mental health can affect our thought, feelings and actions and therefore our day to day life and participation in school and work.
        1. The focus of this NHPA is anxiety and depression.
        2. Why is Mental Health a NHPA?
          1. Mental health contributes significantly to Australia's burden of disease and is the most common non-fatal burden of disease.
            1. Mental health contributes a significant cost to Australia through government programs promoting mental health
              1. Mental health is largely preventable through early diagnosis and treatment
              2. Determinants/factors that act as risk factors
                1. Biological
                  1. age
                    1. sex
                      1. Genetics predisposition
                      2. behavioural
                        1. alcohol consumption
                          1. Physical activity
                            1. Drug use
                            2. social
                              1. SES
                                1. Stress
                                  1. social exclusion
                                  2. Physical Environment
                                    1. Housing
                                      1. Geographical access to recreational facilities
                                        1. Natural disasters
                                      2. Health promotion program
                                        1. Beyond Blue: Youth beyond blue program
                                          1. Aims to empower young people aged 11-25, their friends and whose who care for them to respond to depression and anxiety
                                            1. They support and promote environments and settings that build on strengths of young people and respond to ongoing change.
                                              1. Their key messages include:
                                                1. Look for the signs of anxiety and depression
                                                  1. listen to your friends experiences
                                                    1. Talk about whats going on
                                                      1. Seek help together
                                                      2. Youthbeyondblue has an informational website where there are videos, stories shared and online support.
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