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BIPOLAR. Ludwig van Beethoven
obsessive compulsive. howard Hughes
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Trim Association of Ontario
Anxiety disorders affect 5% of the household population, causing mild to severe impairment.
depression. Ernest Hemingway
Almost one half of those who feel they have suffered from depression or anxiety have never gone to see a doctor about this problem.
depression. abraham lincoln
As many as one in ten Canadians will directly experience a major depression during their lifetime, and nearly every Canadian will know someone suffering from depression.
psychosis. isaac newton
Psychosis is a common medical condition affecting 3% of the population, and results from a disruption in brain functioning can radically alter a personâ€™s thoughts, beliefs, perceptions and behaviour.
schizophrenic. nero of rome
Schizophrenia affects academic performance, occupational functioning, employment, causes emotional and financial losses, and reduces self esteem, causing hopelessness and isolation.
bipolar. margaret trudeau
Some mood disorders may be genetic. different genes may act together and in combination with other factors to cause a mood disorder.
depression. Isabella of Parma
Depression is one of the most important risk factors for suicide: up to 15% of individuals with major depression will die by suicide.
Manic Depression. Vincent van gogh
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Over a million Canadians experiencing a major depressive episode annually. Depression is as common as other leading chronic conditions such as heart disease or diabetes.
Depression. jim carrey
Someone experiencing depression is grappling with feelings of severe despair over an extended period of time.
schizophrenia. Margot Kidder
first degree biological relatives of individuals with schizophrenia are about 10 times more likely than the general population to develop it. 29
depression. winston churchill
70% of mental health problems have their onset during childhood or adolescence.
42% of Canadians are unsure whether they would socialize with a friend who has a mental illness.
While mental illnesses constitute more than 15% of the burden of disease in Canada, these illnesses receive less than 6% of health care dollars.