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According to the National Mental Health Program (NMHP), as many as 35 students die by suicide every day in India. The figures reflect a worrying trend as the numbers are rising at an alarming rate. Shockingly, India is also known to be the world’s suicide capital with over 2.6 lakh cases of suicide in a year. As per the World Health Organization (WHO) figures, India with the largest population of over 1.4 billion people has around 60 to 70 million people who suffer from common and severe mental disorders. Globally, 1 in every 5 individuals suffers from some form of mental health problems. Around 14.3% of deaths worldwide, or around 8 million deaths each year, are due to mental disorders. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a significant increase in the number of people suffering from anxiety and depressive disorders in 2020. Initial estimates show a 26% and 28% increase, respectively, in anxiety and major depressive disorders in just one year.

Why is Mental Health so important?

Mental health is not just the absence of mental health disorders but a strong mental state that ensures that an individual can take on any challenges in life without losing their mind. Good mental health is a state that helps people cope with life’s stresses, recognize their abilities, learn and work effectively, and contribute to their community. Good health is a basic human right that is important for personal, community, and socio-economic development. Mental health issues can have a significant impact on all aspects of life, including academic or professional performance, relationships with family and friends, and the ability to participate in the community. Depression and anxiety are two of the most common mental health conditions, costing the global economy $1 trillion per year.

Common Mental Health Problems:

Some common types of Mental Health Problems include:

  1. Anxiety disorders
  2. Depression
  3. Bipolar disorder
  4. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  5. Schizophrenia
  6. Eating disorders
  7. Neurodevelopmental disorders
  8. Disruptive behavior and dissocial disorders

Ozone Therapy for treating mental health disorders

Ozone therapy has long been used as an alternative healing method to traditional medical treatments. This therapeutic practice is said to have a variety of health benefits, including improved mental clarity and energy levels, as well as increased immunity. Ozone Therapy for treating mental health disorders is gaining popularity over recent years. Under the therapy, the stress-activating mechanism and hormones are normalized to their accurate level.

Helps in relax Stress hormones

The therapy is highly recommended as it delivers oxygen to tissues and cells while also promoting blood circulation throughout the body. Due to its property of promoting blood circulation in the body, Ozone therapy is highly recommended to fight against oxidative stress, anxiety, and depression. It can be used to treat mental illnesses such as mood disorders, depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. When we are stressed, the levels of these hormones rise, which accelerates the stress response. This therapy works by relaxing the stress hormone and increasing the production of serotonin and epinephrine. They are actually vasodilators, which increase blood supply to tissues while decreasing trauma and stress.

Quality sleep

Ozone therapy further improves mood, energy, and sleep by stimulating the release of endorphins in the body. When dealing with mood disorders, our bodies are frequently under a lot of stress. This stress can cause the body to become “stressed out” and, eventually, unhealthy. In various cases, these mood disorders have been linked to an imbalance of gut bacteria, known as dysbiosis. Ozone therapy has been shown to help with dysbiosis and other health issues, and it may be useful in treating your mood disorder.

Food that Boosts Mental Health

What you eat has a lot of impact on your mental health. A healthy diet can help improve brain function, combat cognitive diseases, and boost mental health. Numerous vitamins and nutrients found in certain foods can positively impact mental health and mood.

Here are some popular foods that boost Mental Health:  Salmon, Whole Grains, Chicken, Nuts, Dark Chocolate, Tomatoes, Yogurt, and Berries.

Jalandhar-based Oxy Heal uses Ozone Therapy for healing various ailments including Mental health disorders, Obesity, Sports injury recovery, Cervical pain, Arthritis, Diabetes, Sinus Infections, Digestive problems, High Blood Pressure, and Acute and Chronic Infections among others.


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