International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience of OMICS International stands among the top journals on mental health services. The journal helps to gather all the relevant information from hyperventilation to medication, with a rich and extensive resource section. Also discussed are causes of worry, anxiety and nervous fatigue, the normal and natural courses of anxiety, locating professional resources and more.
Due to the continuing stigma that some people have about mental health conditions, many individuals are reluctant to talk about any mental health problems they may have had. While mental health conditions are not usually life-threatening, left untreated, they can lead to activities and behaviors that are physically harmful and, in some cases, life-threatening. In recognition of the scale of the challenges presented by mental health conditions, in 1999, the NHS undertook a major reform of its mental health services after the publication of the national service framework (NSF) for mental health. The NSF report outlined a 10- year plan with the aim of transforming mental health services for the better.
Last date updated on June, 2014