The singer Lady Gaga at the 59th annual Grammy Awards — WENN
On the occasion of the world day of mental health, Lady Gaga invited people to meditate with it.
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“YAY today is the #journéemondialedelasantémentale Just a little reminder, I invite you to meditate, calm your mind, or pray on Instagram live with me at 16… “, she shared.
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Having already previously delivered on its syndrome of post-traumatic stress disorder and its daily battle against loneliness and depression, the singer is involved to raise awareness and mobilize as it can on the mental illness. Alongside a second picture, she has this time shared a message about a serious study with disturbing findings about issues related to mental health.
The National Institute of Mental Health’s research shows 1 in 5 adults in America experience a mental illness. More than 18% , 42 million people in America live with an anxiety disorder, 16 million have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. National Alliance on Mental Illness, research tells us depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide AND serious mental illness costs America more than $193 billion in lost earnings every year due to the affects these mental health issues have on people’s ability to work, be functional, & provide for themselves and others. Jama Network research tells us 50% of all chronic mental illnesses begin by the age of 14 and 75% by the age of 24. @btwfoundation #BeKind #WorldMentalHealthDay #MentalHealth #Depression #Anxiety #Panic #Panicdisorder #Meditation
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“Research of the National Institute of Mental Health show that one adult in 5 in America suffers from mental illness. More than 18 %, 42 million Americans are living with anxiety disorders, 16 million have already experienced a major depressive episode last year, ” she explained.
Its a fight for solidarity
Lady Gaga had previously revealed that his ongoing fight against his illness mental had allowed him to better understand the injuries of others. And in the caption of another image displaying the words “Be Kind” (” Be kind ” in French), she has shared new relevant data.
Kindness Matters: Youth with high mental health inventory scores are significantly more likely to describe their environments as kind. 79% of “mentally healthy” high schoolers say their schools are kind places. However, 61% of youth describe themselves as stressed and 1 in 4 say they are nervous all or most of the time. 90% of youth think mental health is an important priority goal less than half talk about it with anyone. Product’s flyers️ These statistics are highlights from a “Kind Communities Survey” done by @btwfoundation with Benenson Strategy Group. It focused on youth (15-24) and parents to explore the factors that impact youth mental wellness including a their relationship and environment. So simply, #BeKind #BeKind #WorldMentalHealthDay #BornThisWay #BornThisWayFoundation #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #depression #anxiety
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“Goodness is important. Young people with good mental health are much more likely to describe their environment as being nice. 79 % of children in good mental health say that their school is a place that is good. By contrast, 61 % of them say they are stressed and 1 in 4 declares to be perpetually nervous. (…) So please, be nice “, she concluded.
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