World Mental Health Day 2023: Today, is the World Mental Health Day 2023. This day is celebrated every year on 10th October. This is the day to promote mental health and give knowledge to people about the importance of mental health. Caring about our mental health is very important as every single day every individual in this entire world goes through a lot of struggle, stress, and anxiety. And because of that people go into depression as people don’t focus on their mental health. A lot of people don’t know the importance of mental health. So because of this in every year on 10th October, there is a World Mental Health Day so that people get aware of it.
World Mental Health is celebrated on 10th October every year. This day was established by the World Federation of Mental Health. This day aims to spread awareness regarding caring for mental health. It also promotes how can you care about your mental health like having a candid conversation. The purpose of this day is to educate people and communities regarding mental health. On World Mental Health Day 2023, people and groups have a great chance to come together on the banner of mental health.
A lot of people are shy about sharing their mental health situation by thinking about what people are going to think. So we want to clear that there is no shame in sharing about your mental health. Every single person has a fundamental human right to World Mental Health Day (WMHD). The goal of this day is to reduce the stigma which is associated with mental health and guarantee that mental health receives the consideration that it requires. As we take a look a the difficulties which many people have with their mental health.
Most people do share their mental health and feelings because of that they go through depression which is not a good sign at all. The main subject of World Mental Health Day in 2023 is Mental Health is a universal human right. The theme for World Mental Health Day 2023 is Mental Health is an Unequal World, Bridging DIsparitis, and Inclusion. World Mental Health Day was first celebrated on 10 October 1992, when the World Federation for Mental Health Congress in Cape Town, South Africa observed this day and started focusing on mental health issues. Since then this day has been celebrated by the entire world.