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Mental Health is an integral and key component of health. The World Health Organization constitution states: "Health is a state of complete mental, physical and social well-being and not merely the absence of infirmity or disease." An essential implication of this characterization is that mental health is the absence of mental disorders or disabilities. Mental Health is a state of well-being in which a person realizes her or his own abilities, can work productively, can cope with the normal stresses of life and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.


  • Track 1-1Bipolar disorder
  • Track 1-2Borderline personality disorder
  • Track 1-3Women’s Mental Health
  • Track 1-4Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Track 1-5Autism spectrum disorder
  • Track 1-6Mental Health Awareness

Psychiatry is the branch which involves in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of disorders. Psychiatry includes dissimilar maladaptation’s associated to behaviour, mood, perceptions and cognition. It also includes the study of unconscious and conscious phenomena.

Medical Specialists related to psychiatry are known as psychiatrists. They deals with various situations such as Obesity and Eating disorders, Sleep disorders, Mood disorders and mental disorders and many more. Psychiatrists are specialised to diagnose, Prevent, Providing treatments and Rehabilitation .The main intention of psychiatrists is to improve the mental well-being of people who are suffering from mental illness.

  • Track 2-1Geriatric psychiatry
  • Track 2-2Neurocognitive psychiatry
  • Track 2-3Emergency psychiatry
  • Track 2-4Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 2-5Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Psychology is defined as the scientific study of behaviour and mental processes. It deals with all the aspects of conscious and unconscious experience and thought. The psychologists deals with pure research, Applied research, Practice psychology, Teaching.

Opportunities for individuals with advanced degrees in psychology are growing in number and in addition to scope. The advance toward preventing illness instead of simply diagnosing and treating it expects individuals to figure out how to make a healthy behaviour. Psychologists contribute to react to all the problems through data analysis such as by applying the hallmark of psychology,scientific principles.

Clinical psychologists evaluate and treat mental, emotional and behavioural disorders.Some clinical therapists treat particular issues only, for example, fears or clinical gloom. Others treat families or couples; adolescents; transgender; ethnic minority gatherings and older individuals. They likewise counsel with doctors on physical issues that have hidden mental causes.

  • Track 3-1Cognitive psychology
  • Track 3-2Behavioral psychology
  • Track 3-3Experimental psychology
  • Track 3-4Applied psychology
  • Track 3-5Psychiatry and Psychology Practices

Psychotherapy is defined as the branch of psychology medicine that deals with the treatments which helps the people with mental health problems, emotional challenges and psychiatric disorders.

It helps people to recognize their own feelings, so that they can feel relaxed and positive. This can equip them to manage with various situations in flexible way. Basically the duration of therapy is for 1 year and the individuals whose personal wish is to change can put his or her efforts to gain positive results.

Psychotherapy can treat various problems like depression and family disputes and low confidence to addiction. Psychotherapy can also be helpful to an individual who is feeling overpowered by their issues and unfit to adapt might have benefit. It can play a role in schizophrenia and treating bipolar disorders.


  • Track 4-1Psycho Pharmacology
  • Track 4-2Psychoanalytic Therapy
  • Track 4-3Behavioural Therapy
  • Track 4-4Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive-behavioural Therapy
  • Track 4-5Humanistic Therapy

Stress is an antagonistic defense of human body against predators and danger which can influence a person's mental and physical well-being.In stress the large amount of chemicals cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline is produced by the body which ultimately leads to increased heart rate, anxiety, work- related stress, sweating and alertness. All the above mentioned factors lead to the psychological and mental health disorders. Other factors includes environment which trigger the reaction known as stressors. Examples are; noises, aggressive behaviour, a speeding car, disturb the sleeps, weight reduction etc.

The study done by many scientists demonstrate that the best treatment is cognitive behavioural therapy, which addresses hazardous thought designs, with or without the utilization of antidepressant drugs.

 


  • Track 5-1Causes of stress
  • Track 5-2Problems due to stress
  • Track 5-3Treatment for relaxation

Meditation is currently broadly Confess to impact both physiological and functional parts of the brain. Mindfulness meditation can be distinguished through numerous points of view and can be used for an assortment of several treatments. When Specifying mindfulness meditation, it is important to draw upon Buddhist mental conventions and creating grant inside empirical psychology. Meditation has been the subject of controlled clinical research. Meditation have valuable results, including relaxation, stress reduction and improvements in life, it don’t help counteract or cure sickness. Yoga is a gathering of mental, physical and practices or teaches which began in antiquated India. Yoga as an integral intercession for schizophrenia, coronary illness, malignancy and asthma.

  • Track 6-1Depression and anxiety
  • Track 6-2Mindfulness
  • Track 6-3Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

The term “Anxiety disorders” suggests that an individual has an unrealistic, irrational fear or anxiety of disabling intensity at its core and its principal and most obvious manifestation. Many people with an anxiety disorders will endeavour to keep away from presentation to whatever triggers their tension. Anxiety disorders include; Intense and prolonged feelings of fear and distress that occur out of proportion to the actual threat or danger; Feelings of fear and distress that interfere with normal daily functioning.

Most people with the condition try one or more of these therapies:

Medication: Many antidepressants can work for anxiety disorders. They include escitalopram (Lexapro) and fluoxetine (Prozac). Certain anticonvulsant medicines and low-dose antipsychotic drugs can be included to help other treatments work better. Anxiolytics are also drugs that help lower anxiety. Examples are alprazolam (Xanax) and clonazepam (Klonopin). They are prescribed for social or generalized anxiety disorder as well as for panic attacks.

  • Track 7-1Panic disorder
  • Track 7-2Social Phobia
  • Track 7-3Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Track 7-4Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Track 7-5Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Mood disorders are also well known as depressive disorders or affective disorders. People suffering from this disorder have consequential changes in mood generally involving either depression or mania (elation).

In this case most of the people feel irritable or sad from time to time and may say that they are in a bad mood. A mood disorder is different which affects a person's everyday emotional state. Nearly one in ten, 18 year aged people and older have mood disorders. These include bipolar disorder and depression.

Mood disorders can rise a person's risk for diabetes, heart disease and other diseases. Treatments include psychotherapy, medication or a combination of both. Treatment can reduce most people with mood disorders and they can lead productive lives.

  • Track 8-1Causes and symptoms of mood disorders
  • Track 8-2Treatment for mood disorders
  • Track 8-3Types of mood disorders
  • Track 8-4Suicide and self harm

Schizophrenia can be determined as a chronic brain disorder which affects 1% of the population. Schizophrenia occurs in the late adolescence age and indicated by delusions, hallucinations, trouble with thinking, cognitive difficulties, lack of motivation etc. People suffering from this disorder can have lifelong struggle. Schizophrenia can occur at any age, the average age to be in the late 20s to early 30s for women and the late teens to the early 20s for men. It is impossible for schizophrenia to be diagnosed in a person older than 40 or younger than 12. It is possible to live well with schizophrenia. After many years of research on schizophrenia, the researchers illustrated the causes of the disorder .The main causes of disorder are; Environment, Substance use (mind-altering, smoking marijuana), Genetics, Brain chemistry.

People suffering from Schizophrenia can be managed and treated by Antipsychotic medications, Psychotherapy; such as cognitive behavioural therapy and supportive therapy, assertive community treatment, Education and Self-management strategies.

  • Track 9-1Causes and symptoms of Schizophrenia
  • Track 9-2Major Depressive Illness
  • Track 9-3Epidemiology of Schizophrenia
  • Track 9-4Advanced Schizophrenia Treatment

Since from past many years obesity is increasing around the world. Now-a-days more than 500 million grown-ups are obese. Obesity increases the danger of creating different illnesses, for instance, cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and is evaluated 2.8 million deaths each year. The two key Probability factors of obesity are a low physical activity level and high energy consumption resulting about an inability to feel hunger and fullness and a disturbed hormonal balance.

“While people suffering from obesity eat too much and move too little, the reverse is true for those with eating disorders, such as anorexia; both groups are similar in that they do not feel hunger and fullness normally”.

Obesity and Eating disorders are typically noticed as altogether different issues in any case share countless similarities. These obesity, eating disorders and other problems related to weight may get overlap as women move from one to the other problem such as unhealthy dieting to another, such as obesity. Reaches is intended to help adult caregivers, guardians, and school work force better comprehend the connections between obesity and dietary problems. so they can assist healthy attitudes and practices identified with eating and weight. Eating disorders causes; Delayed menstruation, Stunted growth,  Damage to vital organs such as the brain and heart, starvation causes Nutritional deficiencies including Cardiac arrest, Emotional problems such as anxiety depression. Moreover Obesity rises the risk for; High blood pressure, Stroke, Gallbladder disease, Cardiovascular disease, Respiratory problems, Cancer, Diabetes, Emotional problems such as anxiety and depression

“Behavioural treatment is an approach used to help people to develop a set of skills to achieve a healthier weight. It is more than helping people to decide what to change; it is helping them identify how to change.”

  • Track 10-1Causes of Obesity and Prevention of Obesity
  • Track 10-2Types of Disorders
  • Track 10-3Diseases caused due to Eating Disorders
  • Track 10-4Diseases caused due to Obesity

Neurology is explained as the branch of medicine science which deals with disorders related to nervous system like; peripheral nervous system and central nervous system along with all blood vessels and muscle tissue. Entire neurological practices depend on neuroscience. Problems related to nervous systems are treated by neurologist. Neurologist is a physician specialized in field of neurology (non-surgical specialist) and they were trained to investigate the patient suffering from neurological disorders and to diagnose their problems and treat all the neurological disorders.

The significant overlap between the fields of neurology and psychiatry is known as Neuropsychiatry. This Focuses on the mental health disorders. Mental Disorders are caused due to the malfunctioning in brain. The physician specialized in Neuropsychiatry is known as Neuropsychiatrist. Neuropsychiatrist work along with the Neuroscience clinicians such as neurosurgeon and neurologist to deliver complete care to the patients.

  • Track 11-1Neuroscientific approach
  • Track 11-2Pediatric Neurology
  • Track 11-3Neurobiology and Behavior
  • Track 11-4Neurological Disorders and Stroke
  • Track 11-5Neuroimmunology and Neurological Infections

Psychosis is the term used to portray the viewpoint in which the individual experiences a contortion or loss of contact with real world. It is caused due to an innate issue. This mental state is depicted by the closeness of representations, dreams and thought issues. It impacts 3 out of every 100 people. People experiencing psychosis may demonstrate some kind of character changes and thought issue. Psychosis can in like manner be enlivened by horrendous encounters, physical conditions, like; Parkinson's disease, cerebrum tumour or due to medicine misuse, alcohol abuse. It is bound to be broke down in young adults and besides in any sort of individuals. Various sorts of psychosis consolidate medicine or alcohol related psychosis, normal psychosis, brief open psychosis and twisted issue. It is broke down through a mental evaluation. Treatment involves Rapid Tranquilization, Drugs and pharmaceutical medicines. The possibility of the session involves tries to made recovery, ethology and examination.

  • Track 12-1Process Addictions and Medication Assisted Therapy
  • Track 12-2Therapeutic approaches towards prevention
  • Track 12-3Disruptive behaviour disorder
  • Track 12-4Trauma & Critical Care
  • Track 12-5Drug and Brain

A sleep disorder is a therapeutic issue of some sleep patterns of animals or man. This issue is extremely serious which gets interfere with person’s mental, physical and social working.  Autography and Polysomnography are used to diagnose sleep disorders. When a person experiences trouble in sleep or potentially staying unconscious with no conspicuous reason, it is referred to as insomnia.

Sleep disorders are extensively ordered into parasomnias, dyssomnias, circadian mood sleep issues including the planning of sleep and different issue including ones caused by mental conditions psychological and sleeping sickness.

Some basic sleep disorders incorporate sleep apnea, hypersomnia and narcolepsy, sickness of sleep and cataplexy. Sleep Disorders may also include sleepwalking, bed wetting and night terrors. The management of sleep disturbances that are secondary to medical, mental or substance abuse disorders should focus on the underlying conditions.

  • Track 13-1Types of sleep disorders
  • Track 13-2Treatments and Therapies for disorders
  • Track 13-3Sleep Apnea.
  • Track 13-4Causes and Symptoms

Addiction is state which occurs when a person consume a substance for example nicotine,  alcohol, cocaine or takes part in a movement for example shopping, gambling. In the early stage it specifies as a substance consume if the rate of consumption increases day by day then it tends to addiction. It is difficult to treat. There is a way to overcome the addiction the person who observes themselves experiencing an addiction to alcohol or drug should find a mental health professionals. Addiction can be treated by Counselling and therapy.

  • Track 14-1Types and causes of addiction
  • Track 14-2Opioid dependence
  • Track 14-3Cognitive impairment
  • Track 14-4Drug use and toxicity
  • Track 14-5Addiction and brain