Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which the individual is aware of his own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitful and is able to make a contribution to their community. The concepts of mental health include subjective well-being, autonomy and emotional potential, among others.


In the extent that the person suffers alterations in their capacity of reasoning, behavior and loses the sense of recognizing reality, affecting their emotions and relationships with others, in that extent is that the person starts to present mental disorders. They do not have a single cause, but are the result of a complex interaction between biological, social and psychological factors, and it is often possible to identify and treat an underlying organic cause.


Some conditions or disorders that affect mental health are, in addition to depression, are as follows:


- Anxiety

- Attention deficit and hyperactive disorder

- Addiction

- Autism

- Alzheimer's

- Dissociative disorder

- Eating disorder

- Gambling disorder

- Obsessive-compulsive disorder

- Personality disorder

- Sleep disorder

- Intellectual disability

- Schizophrenia

- Accumulation disorder.