mental illness

"How did I wind up living in my car? My husband disappeared. Before he vanished, I stopped recognising him."
"In my late 20s, I started to have thoughts that people were out to get me. As the paranoia increased, I stopped eating and sleeping."
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Worrying about a specific area of your body is a key symptom.
People affected by suicide are sharing how much the interview resonated with them.
A US study has suggested schizophrenia is a big risk factor for Covid-19 deaths.
"On reflection, we realise that the subject of mental health needs a more thoughtful approach," Vogue Portugal said in a statement.
The cover is one of four shared as part of the magazine’s “Madness Issue”.
Mental health is something that we’re talking about more and more. But in these conversations, we can often hear terms used interchangeably, such as mental health and mental illness. It can be hard to get the language right. So what does the term mental health actually mean? How does it differ from a mental health issue? And when does it become a mental illness?