Mental Health of Adults vs Children

Authors

  • Ana-Maria State Danubius University of Galati

Keywords:

mental health; children; adults; economic; social

Abstract

At the European level, but also in our country, various analyzes have been made regarding
the mental health of the population. This analysis estimates that over 27% of European adults
experience at least one form of mental health impairment over the course of a year, with anxiety and
depression being the most common. Romania is facing new situations both in terms of the mental health
of adults and children. Here, from my perspective, first the period after the 90s, and then the period
after the accession to the E.U. Childhood and adolescence are important stages of life in terms of
people's mental health and well-being. During this period, autonomy, self-control, social interaction,
and learning abilities are developed, which have a direct influence on mental health for the rest of life.

Author Biography

Ana-Maria State, Danubius University of Galati

Student, 3 year, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization Psychology

References

https://insp.gov.ro/download/cnepss/stare-desanatate/

boli_netransmisibile/sanatate_mintala/Analysis-of-situation-2021.pdf

https://www.eurofound.europa.eu/news/news-articles/crisis-point-well-being-of-young-peoplestilldefined-

by-the-economic-crisis?&utm_campaign=quality-of- life-andpublicservices&

utm_content=ef19041&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social-network.

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Published

2022-12-07

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