Behavioral health and Mental health warning signs
It is important to be aware of the behavioral health and mental health warning signs in order to get help for yourself or a loved one. Some common warning signs include:
-Sudden changes in mood, including irritability, anger, or aggression
-Excessive worry or anxiety
-Trouble sleeping or feelings of restlessness
-Avoiding friends or activities that were once enjoyed
-Changes in eating habits, such as loss of appetite or overeating
-Excessive guilt or feelings of worthlessness
-Difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly
-Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please reach out for help. There are many resources available to you, including mental health professionals, support groups, and online resources. Don’t suffer in silence – there is help available.
If you see any of these signs in a loved one or someone you care about, please reach out to the person and let them know that you are concerned for their well-being. You can also seek help from a mental health professional or support group. It is important to get help if someone you care about is struggling.
There are many resources available to those who need them, and it is important to seek help if you or a loved one is experiencing behavioral health or mental health difficulties. Don’t suffer in silence – there is hope and help available. PATH Behavioral Healthcare is available to discuss your unique situation with you. Give us a call today.