As COVID-19 slowly subsides, mental health issues are taking a growing toll across Malaysia. Like much in the world, economic insecurity, social isolation, and the loss of loved ones have become major drivers of psychological crises like stress, depression, and anxiety, among other challenges.
According to a 2019 survey conducted by the National Health and Morbidity, about half a million people in Malaysia reported symptoms of depression. However, in Malaysia, mental health issues were already on the rise. Statistics show rates of mental health concerns have tripled over the past twenty years, and the economic impact on the nation is anticipated to surge to $6 trillion by 2030.
Interested parties may learn more by visiting the 360 Wellness Hub website here.
In a 2022 report by Code Blue, 589 children aged 18 were diagnosed with ASD compared to the 99 children with the same condition in 2010. The substantial increase has been massive, considering that the country has an aging population and brain drain.
While some people with autism can live independently, a few have severe disabilities and need life-long support and care. Also, autism affects education and employment opportunities, not to mention the demands of families to offer support and care can be important.
This is why psychological analysis and intervention are necessary to strengthen the social and communication skills of people suffering from the condition. Such skill sets are essential as they strongly impact the patient’s overall functionality and quality of life.
On top of that, Malaysia is one of the nations impacted by the brain drain. It experiences a major concern in not just being incapable of delivering the needed talent but also being unable to keep the current local talent or gain foreign ones.
All these mental health crises are detrimental. Malaysian should prepare themselves, and denial is no longer an option here.
360 Wellness Hub aims to provide individuals with the needed treatments they need to positively overcome the issues they will be experiencing in the near future as autism, brain drain, and the aging population further converge.
A qualified psychologist performs all their psychological assessments using psychometric standard tests to test the patient for different psychological and psychiatric issues.
360 Wellness Hub also offers infrastructures that include outdoor and indoor treatment facilities, which provide their therapists with a broad spectrum of therapeutic environments and tools to help their clients heal better and faster.
About 360 Wellness Hub
360 Wellness Hub is a mental and psychological health and wellness center headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Throughout the years, they have been helping Malaysians function at their best by ensuring their narrative and perspective about life nurture their growth. Their goal is to curate a list of experienced mental health specialists and therapists to offer clients results-focused treatments.
Visit their official website at https://www.my360wellnesshub.com to learn more about their services.
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