Harmony Healing Center
About 14% of the global burden of disease has been attributed to neuropsychiatric disorders, mostly due to the chronically disabling nature of depression and other common mental disorders, alcohol-use and substance-use disorders, and psychoses.
Such estimates have drawn attention to the importance of mental disorders for public health. However, because they stress the separate contributions of mental and physical disorders to disability and mortality, they might have entrenched the alienation of mental health from mainstream efforts to improve health and reduce poverty.
The burden of mental disorders is likely to have been underestimated because of inadequate appreciation of the connectedness between mental illness and other health conditions. Because these interactions are protean, there can be no health without mental health. Mental disorders increase risk for communicable and non-communicable diseases, and contribute to unintentional and intentional injury.
Conversely, many health conditions increase the risk for mental disorder, and comorbidity complicates help-seeking, diagnosis, and treatment, and influences prognosis. Health services are not provided equitably to people with mental disorders, and the quality of care for both mental and physical health conditions for these people could be improved. We need to develop and evaluate psychosocial interventions that can be integrated into management of communicable and non-communicable diseases. Health-care systems should be strengthened to improve delivery of mental health care, by focusing on existing programs and activities, such as those which address the prevention and treatment of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria; gender-based violence; antenatal care; integrated management of childhood illnesses and child nutrition; and innovative management of chronic disease.
An explicit mental health budget might need to be allocated for such activities. Mental health affects progress towards the achievement of several Millennium Development Goals, such as promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women, reduction of child mortality, improvement of maternal health, and reversal of the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Mental health awareness needs to be integrated into all aspects of health and social policy, health-system planning, and delivery of primary and secondary general health care.
Here in Harmony we help you in all the ways we can. First, let’s know more information about us:
Dr. Mohammad Najafi, the founder of Harmony Healing Center in Dubai-U.A.E., has been in this profession since 1997. At our Harmony healing center, we practice new, unique and different psychology methods of Hypnotherapy, Meditation and healing tailor made by Mohammad Najafi. The key to our success is Mohammad’s genuine love of all mankind. We offer group workshops and private sessions best suit your individual needs.
Some of Our Services:
-Social Media Addiction
-Quit Smoking Hypnosis
Some of Our Psychological treatments:
Common Problems We Can Help With :
-Reduces prolonged stress
-A calmer sense of being
-Insomnia and trouble sleeping
-Reduction aggression, worry and fear
Our values are a collection of core beliefs that we follow in our every step and action. Our support team is always here to answer any question and resolve any problem. Just contact us!