Global Warming Threatens Mental Health: Climate Change May Increase Incidence Of PTSD And Depression
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Climate change and its effects on mental health are now being studied by health experts. Mental health problems associated with climate change range from minimal stress to more serious conditions such as anxiety, depression, suicidal tendencies, and PTSD. If you seriously are suffering from mental health issues due to global warming, there are many treatments you can access. Tablets, therapy and even medical marijuana from places like plpcsanjose.com are all great options for you to start on the road to recovery.
With increasing occurrences of disastrous natural events like hurricanes, floods and drought, the stress levels and trauma of people who experienced these events first hand could also increase.
“People with mental illness and those using medications to treat a variety of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders are particularly vulnerable to extreme weather events and extreme heat,” the White House press release said.