A healthy mind equals a healthy body.
We understand that mental health plays a very important role in every stage of our life. Our reactions to various day to day situations is largely based on our state of mind. Psychological well-being is all about feeling good and doing well irrespective of hardships. When your state of mind disrupts your ability to function normally, SOMETHING IS WRONG.
We at HRhelpdesk hold a woman’s psychological health to be of utmost importance. Especially in our patriarchal society where women’s needs are not met it becomes essential to tend to their needs. Because a happy woman makes for a happy family and society.
Mental health issues include anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD), depression, PTSD, and so on
Here are signs that you are not doing well mentally:
- withdrawing from friends, family, and colleagues
- avoiding activities that they would normally enjoy
- sleeping too much or too little
- eating too much or too little
- feeling hopeless
- having consistently low energy
- using mood-altering substances, including alcohol and nicotine, more frequently
- displaying negative emotions
- being confused
- being unable to complete daily tasks, such as getting to work or cooking a meal
- having persistent thoughts or memories that reappear regularly
- thinking of causing physical harm to themselves or others
- hearing voices
- experiencing delusions
Improving mental health:
- Be optimistic. Stay positive.
- Recall all the happy and beautiful events of your life
- Find a purpose, motivation, or a goal to achieve.
- Reconnect with family and friends.
- Meditate and exercise
- Develop and work on your emotions of kindness, gratitude, and mercy.
If you think you need help, do not hesitate to reach out to us.
Cancer – you can fight it!
Cancers that mostly affect women include breast, cervical, colorectal, endometrial, lung, skin, and ovarian cancer.
Our organization mainly focuses on spreading awareness about cervical cancer. Cervical cancer mainly occurs in women between the age of 35 to 45.
Early signs to look out for:
- Blood spots or light bleeding between or following periods.
- Menstrual bleeding is longer and heavier than usual.
- Bleeding after intercourse or a pelvic examination.
- Increased vaginal discharge.
- Pain during sexual intercourse.
- Bleeding after menopause.
- Unexplained, persistent pelvic, and/or back pain.
Approach a health care provider immediately and you can beat cancer!