A mental health awareness server where we aim to remove the taboo around mental health and help people across borders. Our server follows an aesthetic design throughout while maintaining easy access and minimalism. We take pride in protecting the privacy and anonymity of our members like no other server as it is our highest priority. We also help in other aspects of mental health that anyone can maintain on their own such as journaling and staying motivated. Of course, we are not a crisis server like all other Discord servers but we will guide you in the right direction to the best of our abilities.
? Supporting community to help you in need
? Guidance on your problems and helplines
? Anonymous vents & confessions
? Daily love & motivation for you
? Based in Pakistan
? LGBT Friendly community
So please come in and say hi! We would be happy to have you if you're here to look for support or offer it.
This is a journey that everyone who wants to recover from any mental illness has to take. It is said by many people that recovery from a mental illness is impossible. However, this is not true and today a range of treatment options exist that have proven to be effective. Mental illness occurs due to adverse life experiences which are unique to every person. As a result, there is no set formula for recovery and different treatment options work for every unique person. While professional help may be necessary, the goal of recovery shouldn’t be to become dependent on mental health services. Since mental illness is caused by prolonged distress, recovery should aim to help sufferers manage distress by helping them identify, adopt and practice healthy coping skills. To learn more about healthy coping skills join our server. It is important to keep realistic expectations and if a relapse has occurred, we must that it is a part of the journey and continue our recovery.
If you cannot control a more serious mental health illness, it's still possible to find ways to manage your symptoms. Recovery doesn't always necessarily mean going back to how your life was before, but learning new ways to live your life the way you want to, and gaining control over areas of your life that might have felt out of control before.
Know that you're amazing, we believe in you and you can keep on going in your journey.
"Always remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." -Christopher Robin
A person with ADHD has differences in brain development and brain activity that affect attention, the ability to sit still, and self-control. Symptoms start in early childhood and continue into adulthood. In some cases, ADHD is not even recognized or diagnosed until the person is an adult. In adults, hyperactivity may decrease, but struggles with impulsiveness, restlessness, and difficulty paying attention may continue. There are currently three types of ADHD: inattentive type, hyperactive/impulsive type, or combined type.
Inattention: getting distracted, having poor concentration and organizational skills.
Hyperactivity: never seems to slow down, talking and fidgeting, difficulties staying on task.
Impulsivity: interrupting, taking risks.
Behavioral therapy and medication can improve the symptoms of ADHD. Studies have found that behavioral therapy and medication work best for most people, particularly those with moderate to severe ADHD. A doctor will assess any symptoms you or your child has had over the previous 6 months to make a diagnosis. Your doctor will likely gather information from teachers or family members and may use checklists and rating scales to review symptoms. They’ll also do a physical exam to check for other health problems.
Although ADHD doesn't cause other psychological or developmental problems, other disorders often occur along with ADHD and make treatment more challenging. These include anxiety, mood disorders, learning disability, or other psychiatric disorders.
For more information weekly, join our server.