The COVID-19 pandemic triggers a 25% increase in the prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide.
Various factors can affect Mind Health. Trauma, loneliness, grief, stress, and physical illness can contribute to poor mental well-being. Moreover, several social factors can influence Mind Health. These include:
These issues and other lifestyle factors can influence the Mind Health of individuals and societies. But unfortunately, as we'll see, recent events have highlighted a growing inequity in the onset and outcomes of Mind Health worldwide.
Brain injury and trauma have primarily been identified as physical issues, often labelled as "concussion" or a "physical head trauma."
P.T.S.D. or E.R.S.I. (Event Related Stress Injury) can also be caused by a non-physical stress event and can result in increased stress levels, anxiety and even depression.
As we reflect on 2020/2021/2022, the majority of people on the planet have been impacted by a significant increase in stress, and as a result, The Butterfly Cares brain project is our number one focus.
The Butterfly Cares® is raising funds for Humaniti International, a U.N.H.C.R. agency to bring hope and raise awareness for people worldwide for better Mind Health.