These Illustrations About Mental Illness And Their Accurate Depictions Say It All

Mental Illness is like any other Illness.

And in recent time we have seen how people have contributed and played their part in spreading awareness about it. Today, we will be sharing with you something similar. A UK-based artist has illustrated what’s it like inside the mind of people suffering from different disorders.

This UK-based artist from NeverStayDead makes comics and illustrations belonging to different categories, and each one of them has a different meaning. But today, we are explicitly focusing and discussing about mental health so scroll on below and take a look at the following illustrations.

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Depression.

Depression is something that can happen to anyone. It directly affects your whole lifestyle in different ways and plays a significant role in lowering your self-esteem. Fueled by negative thoughts depression only gets worse with time if not treated.

Autism.

Autism in most cases is present from childhood. Autistic people face difficulty with social interactions, verbal speech, and understanding simple concepts. They are sensitive to loud noise and tend to avoid all unnecessary physical interactions.

Borderline Personality Disorder.

This disorder is characterised by mood swings and impulsive behaviour. People with BPD suffer from emotional imbalance and have a hard time maintaining relationships with others.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is usually a childhood disorder in most cases but can be developed at a later age too. People with this disorder suffer from hyperactivity, impulsiveness, and most importantly they have a hard time focusing and paying attention.

Insomnia.

There are varying causes for Insomnia with the most prominent being life stress, emotional disturbance, and depression. There are different types and levels of Insomnia as well, but what’s the same in all are the disturbed sleep patterns.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Due to a horrific event from the past, PTSD can give you anxiety, flashbacks, nightmares, panic attacks and more if something even slightly triggers you and reminds you of that incident.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Sometimes it’s normal to recheck locked doors for satisfaction or to click a pen in your hand out of boredom constantly. But, sometimes its actually OCD (Obsessive-compulsive disorder). This disorder revolves around repeated patterns and behaviours.

Manic depressive disorder.

Manic depressive disorder, or commonly known as the Bipolar disorder is an illness characterised by rapidly changing mood swings and impulsive behaviour. People with this disorder have no regular pattern of engaging in normal activities with the same level of energy.

Anxiety.

Unknowingly, we are all anxious about different things every day. Anxiety is often not a problem. However, developing anxiety disorders is an entirely different story. Characterised by an unusual fear and natural reluctance towards anything with an uncertain outcome, anxiety can cause serious health problems if left untreated.

Well, that’s all for now. Remember, Mental Illnesses should never be taken lightly. If you know someone who is suffering/struggling with something it’s always best to keep a check on them and get help.

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