Observed on October 10th every year the day is intended to increase awareness of mental health problems around the world and mobilize efforts in support of mental health news. This is an chance for all of us to discuss mental health problems through a public stage, and what more needs to be done in order to offer access to mental health care for people worldwide.
Globally, over 300 million people suffer with depression. Depression and anxiety disorders are common mental disorders that have an effect on the ability to direct our lives and interact with other people. Along with these staggering numbers, over 260 million are living with anxiety disorders. A lot of folks live with both.
Mental health is a significant issue for everybody. So this October 10th, we are running content designed to give you the information you will need to have a wholesome grasp of the problems facing mental health and mental health care in the usa.
We would like to know what improvements you want to see in mental healthcare, success stories, personal stories of struggle, the benefits of mental healthcare, and everything in between.
If you now have a video, or are thinking about creating one associated with World Mental Health Day.
Your video has the chance to be featured on HuffPost’s enormous social networking pages, on Outspeak’s social websites, and you’ve got the opportunity to be featured in an article on HuffPost.com. For an example of how these features look, take a look at our current election campaign too many’ patients locked in for mental health care.
- Be sure you’re shooting at a well-lit, non-distracted atmosphere.
- Maintain the shots well-composed and in focus.
- Keep the movie short.
- Maintain the video focused on a single theme. People will listen if you’re able to talk focused and passionately. Why is this issue particularly something you are passionate about?
- Don’t use offensive or derogatory language. If used maliciously or recklessly, your movie won’t be considered for flow.