Mental health and social wellbeing

In Peru, mental health care will grow by about 20% (1.2 million cases) this year, in adults and minors alike, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic that has led to increased cases of anxiety, depression and abuse syndrome, according to the mentioned Ministry of Health (Minsa).

The outlook for care for 2021 is more than 20% for cases treated in 2020, which was 9,80,504, according to records of the Peruvian Ministry of Health.

in the article “Mental health and social inclusionHe explained: “In Peru today the issue of mental health is worrying and requires a new approach, because the prejudices that exist in society prevent the situation from being adequately addressed, and even more so if one takes into account that the families of patients suffering from some mental illness” which they feel hinders speaking about A topic that should be discussed openly.”

With regard to social inclusion, patients who, according to traditional psychiatry, suffer from mental disorders (such as schizophrenia and other mental disorders) have the right to full recovery, normal development of their life and social integration. This goal must be reflected in a strategic plan.

At present the causes of these evils are discussed. One of the variants is personal rebellion in relation to the complete freedom of the human person, but among its goals is the assumption of his life experience, for example, the decoding of thought in the creation of digital slavery.

On the occasion of World Mental Health Day, which is celebrated on October 10 each year, the Ministry of Health estimated that this year it will receive more than 1,200,000 cases, since until October it provided 800,000 care in community mental health centers, hospitals and the first level. care institutions.

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“We have more demand, but we also have more community mental health centers than we had before the health crisis,” said the head of the Department of Mental Health (Dsame) at the Ministry of Health, Yuri Ketepe Cardenas.

Cutipé Cárdenas, director of mental health at Minsa, notes that since 2015 there has been a significant improvement in the annual mental health budget, rising from 211 million insols to 573 million insoles in 2021 (2%).

Despite this, there is a lot to improve and narrow the gaps in areas where per capita investment is still well below the global average. Not continuing to increase the budget, especially with the effects of the pandemic, would be a big mistake”, stated the Director of Cutipé.

Director Cutipé says that “in a situation full of adversity (such as the COVID-19 epidemic), sadness or anxiety may appear for a long time, which, if factors such as losses, work or academic difficulties and poverty itself, are added to clinical problems such as depression or anxiety disorders.”

in the article “Social change and (re)adaptationI explain about everyday life: “(…) Modern life is characterized by the emergence of new technologies, the Internet, the speed of communications, the phenomenon of globalization, the impact of social networks on daily life and the current context of the coronavirus pandemic, which causes more than two million deaths in the world, and also generates a permanent state of stress and anxiety. and depression, as well as adapting to the “new normal,” new quarantine rules, and the use of sanitary ware.”

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Likewise, we must point out that in the article “The Daniel Alcides Carrion ExperienceFrom the Carriónica Medical Journal (RMC) of the medical corps of the highly esteemed Nacional Dos de Mayo (HNDM) in Peru, social control is noted: “The legendary possession of the Indians by the huacas, has been studied by Peruvian anthropologists, however, it may Appearing again, but not as a myth but as a reality, recent investigations warn of the existence of a mind control program in Latin America, The new barriers are the US intelligence services“.

The article also explains in the chapter “The Return of the Huacas: Mind Control in Peru”: “Currently, mind control can be developed using invasive neurotechnology, implants, microchips or nanorobots in the brain. The US government has denied the existence of a mind-control weapons program, But the existence of technology capable of creating it indicates the existence of a secret mind-control weapons program.”

In addition, it must be remembered that in September 2020, the United Nations (UN) was recognized as Victims of electronic torture For victims of organized harassment and electronic torture.

It is the duty of the Peruvian government to ensure the health and well-being of all people.

Aileen Morales

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