Outline And Assess Sociological Explanations Of The Effects Of Mental Illness

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Mental illness was first introduced in the mid-19th century. Mental illnesses are medical conditions that interrupt a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning, they are medical conditions that reduced one’s ability to cope with the daily activities such as going to work or raising a family.
Health and medication are growing very fast in areas of sociology. Statistic states 15% adult from 18-64 years of age suffers serious depressive illness in Britain while 22% claimed they had suffered from depression at the same time in their lives. Doctors treat 3% of people with depression in a year.
In the 19th century, medication in the UK is compared to different kinds of belief or practice for example doctors believed that disease are cured by miasma which is an unpleasant smell.

Health and medication are growing very fast in the areas of sociology. World Health Organisation (WHO) says that it’s a state to complete physical, mental and social wellbeing are not just a disease. In other words, we suffer ill-health when our wellbeing is not complete that is good health and wellbeing functions together. There are so many things that trigger mental illness that makes someone to losing someone or something that is very important, miscarriage, losing of job, financial
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This illness don’t happen without causes. It has being observed that health practitioners are to ensure prevention and curing of disease at early stage of development while attending to more difficult ones as they comes up. Specific causes for mental health disorders are still unknown, there are certain factors that experts resolve can increase an individual’s risk of developing a mental health disorder. It has different causes that depend on the peculiar conditions of an individual or the environment. Therefore, its sociological and psychological causes are on which the study beam its
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