A mental illness could be a problem of physical that significantly affects, however, someone feels, thinks, is depressed, behaves, and interacts with others. The ratio of psychological state in Pakistan has increased over time because of economic problems.

There are many people, who are suffering from Mental health and there are a lot of people who don’t understand them, as their own family, sometimes parents fight with each other or can’t give time to their children and that’s why children become mentally unstable. Most parents and doctors don’t understand their health issues. Secondly, it does not only happen with children. Sometimes men and women also suffer from mental imbalance.

A recent survey completed by the Sindh mental health Authority (SMHA) and Edhi Foundation highlighted the size of the problem: 42% of respondents unfold equally across urban and rural areas reportable littered with depression. Respondents delineated high levels of hysteria, and 25pc reportable experiencing unsafe thoughts. In Pakistan, every day 15 to 35 people end their lives, due to being mentally unstable. Pakistan should have an idea in situ to manage the approaching mental health crisis. It doesn’t facilitate that our country is dismally resourced to handle mental health challenges, but 1pc of the health budget is allotted to psychological state, and their area unit solely some of the qualified practitioners: between 450 and 600 psychiatrists and around 1,000 clinical psychologists to worry for 216 million. In social media speculation close Noor Mukaddam’s murder has centered on the suspect perpetrator’s mental health status and alleged links both as patient and practitioner to a direction and addiction rehab center, lightness the paucity of credible and effective care even for the elite.

I saw a Pakistani drama(DUNK), This drama is written by “Mohsin Ali”. In that play, a man killed himself, because it was a false accusation. One student accused her teacher of raping her and it spread in the news. She was sending her nasty videos to her fiance but by mistake, she sent her videos to her teacher. Her teacher thought she had been raped and the teacher take action. She went to her teacher and said don’t tell anyone, Teacher explained to her that if this happened, then we will take action. She accused his teacher of trying to rape me. When her fiance found out, he also accompanied his fiance. Because of her, the teacher’s daughter had to endure a lot at her school, and also his wife suffered a lot. He could not see his wife and daughter in this condition, so he suicides. When the girl’s fiance found out all the truth, he left her.

I am telling you this story because so many such stories have happened in real life. Such dramas are important to show that in terms of false accusations of sexual harassment and rape, women have an asymmetric power.

The World Health Organization has suggested countries like Pakistan tackle the treatment gap around 90pc for us with ‘task-shifting, like coaching non-specialists like nurses, lecturers, and community doctors to supply mental state interventions with specialist steering. This analysis shows the mental state in Karachi to be perceptibly affected throughout the pandemic with associate degree alarming finding of thoughts relating to self-harm. Younger females in our context were seen to be a lot vulnerable. Students due to an explosive break in their ongoing education appear to be handling a lot of depressive and anxious thoughts.

Now we must do something, we have to change this society. We have to improve attitude and behavior with people and by starting a conversation, listen and reflect, be patient and ask how we can help. We must give time to our children, friends, and parents and also we must support them in everything.

While ending up this article, I want to say that we all go through such a situation, where we can’t make a decision but we have to deal with this situation, suicide is not a solution. In last, I want to say that “MENTAL HEALTH IS NOT A DESTINATION, BUT A PROCSS AND IT’S ABOUT HOW YOU DRIVE, NOT WHERE YOU ARE GOING.”