Mental Health

Door Lindadriggers gepubliceerd op Monday 18 May 18:43

Some mental health problems can be prevented, while others can disappear after treatment. However, specific professional assistance is still required. Many of the issues related to mental health include physical or emotional stress that triggers chemical changes in the brain. The aim of treatment includes self-help and professional aid accompanied by the resumption of the human body and easing stress. The current paper seeks to prove that a person with a mental health issue, particularly schizophrenia, cannot run for the president and demonstrate the ability to fulfill all imposed obligations fully like in review.

Schizophrenia is a complex disease, characterized by difficulties in thinking processes. Symptoms of schizophrenia include hallucinations, obsessions, disordered thinking, unusual speech, excitation, and the loss or absence of normal traits and abilities. A mentally sick person may also lack commitment, initiatives, emotional responsiveness, enthusiasm, and social interaction. Health conditions of schizophrenics are also characterized by depression, anxiety, loneliness or suicidal thoughts, memory, and concentration difficulties, as well as the lack of attention and adequate assessment of the current situation. Thus, individuals suffering from mental health issues, including schizophrenia cannot run for the presidential post and fulfill his/her duties precisely due to complications in communication and other challenges mentioned above, including obsessive ideas and hallucinations.

Schizophrenics see the world differently from people around them. They can hear voices, see, and smell something that is unfamiliar to others. They firmly believe in things that are not real. Therefore, a person suffering from schizophrenia cannot be the president since it will be quite difficult for him/her to discharge duties fully and work hard for the nation’s benefit. Schizophrenics believe that someone reads or controls their thoughts, as well as hatches up evil against them. Their behavior may become so erratic that they feel fear and instill it in those around them. Therefore, in my opinion, a schizophrenic cannot hold high positions and become the national leader. I do not believe that a person possessing these symptoms can work or even serve as a president. The mentally sick individual requires effective treatment that will alleviate his/her health conditions and provide well-being.

The majority of people have no ideas on how to deal with schizophrenia. In this case, medical treatment is crucial. In addition, skills to counter manifestations of the disease can also be useful. They can be acquired through psychosocial colloquial therapy and the exchange of valuable experiences. Conditions of patients with schizophrenia can be improved in terms of the acquisition of skills to cope with the disease. Various methods can contribute to this process, and their effectiveness varies depending on the individual’s health status. For some people, painting, poetry, and other creative activities can help to restore the balance. The maintenance of good health, physical shape, and exercises in combination with drug treatment and other approaches can also help people cope with their mental health issues.

Treatment is based on the elimination or alleviation of the symptoms, prevention of relapse, and the reduction of undesirable side effects that may arise because of drug treatment. These actions will help to diminish the negative impact of schizophrenia on the patient’s life. A mentally sick person can gradually return to normal daily activities such as work, study, independent living, and social relationships. Various medications help to control the symptoms of schizophrenia. They include thioridazine, trifluoperazine, haloperidol, fluphenazine, and chlorpromazine. These drugs play an important role in the treatment of mental illness and prevent recurrences and hospitalization.

To conclude, a mentally sick person cannot run for the presidential post because this job requires efforts, time, perseverance, and responsibility. Since schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder characterized by abnormal social behavior, it will be hard for the candidate to cope with all imposed obligations. Because the world seems distorted to them due to hallucinations and obsessions, people who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia may experience fear, worry, anxiety, and confusion. Individuals, who seek to become leaders, particularly heads of the state, should not have these issues.


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