The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Mental health is the level of emotional well-being or lack of mental illness. The disposition of a person "functions at a reasonable department of psychological and contextual change." It is an unpredictable spectrum, in which the mental health of an individual can have many different possible values.
- Track 1-1Psychotic Disorders
- Track 1-2Keeping a positive attitude
- Track 1-3Staying physically active
- Track 1-4Helping other people
- Track 1-5Getting enough sleep
Research demonstrates that women are more often than men diagnosed with depression (especially certain symptoms). Women are more likely to develop atypical depression in the winter, with a seasonal emotional disorder. Atypical depression includes symptoms such as heavy sleep, food, weight gain, and feelings of guilt. Although men often direct their internal problems to the outside world, women tend to blame themselves and make them feel miserable and worthless.
- Track 2-1Women as guardian of family health
- Track 2-2Women as carers
- Track 2-3Mental Health of women in Mid life
- Track 2-4Mental Health of women in Mid life
- Track 2-5Social Support
- Track 2-6Self-harm
Adolescence is a crucial time when social and emotional activity is important for the development and preservation of psychological well-being. They include the adoption of healthy sleep patterns; regular exercise; the development of emotion-managing, problem solving, and interpersonal skills. Sustainable communities are also critical in the home, schools and the wider community.
- Track 3-1Emotional disorders
- Track 3-2Childhood behavioural disorders
- Track 3-3Suicide and self-harm
- Track 3-4Risk-taking behaviours
- Track 3-5Promotion and prevention
The philosophy of behavior and mind is psychology. The study of conscious, subconscious, sensory and emotions is part of psychology. It is a wide-ranging academic discipline. In order to gather the wider neuroscientific community of researchers, psychologists seek to understand the changing properties of brains and all the various phenomena associated with them.
The speciality of psychiatry is to diagnose, prevent and treat mental illnesses. These include different mood, behavior, cognition and perceptions maladaptation.
- Track 4-1Abductive Reasoning
- Track 4-2Cognitive Psychology
- Track 4-3Developmental Psychology
- Track 4-4Experimental Psychology
- Track 4-5Social Psychology
- Track 4-6Clinical Psychology
- Track 4-7Behavioral disorders
Psychological ability is the capacity to deal with a situation physically and emotionally and rapidly. Resilience occurs when individuals are using "mental processes and actions to support their personal property and protect themselves against the possible adverse effects of stressors”.
- Track 5-1Neuroscience
- Track 5-2Human Resilience
- Track 5-3Approaches to Resilience
- Track 5-4Resilience and Ability
A mental disorder, also referred to as mental illness or psychiatric disorder, is a pattern of behavior and/or mental wellbeing that cause serious anxiety and/or diminished personal functioning. Some conditions with signs and symptoms vary widely among certain disorders have been identified. A mental health professional may diagnose these disorders.
- Track 6-1Anxiety Disorders
- Track 6-2Mood Disorders
- Track 6-3Impulse Control and Addiction Disorders
- Track 6-4Panic Disorder
Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric disorder characterized by frequent mood changes. Symptoms may include a highly mood known as mania. Episodes of anxiety may also be included. Often classified as bipolar disorder or manic depression is bipolar disorder. Persons with bipolar disorder can find it difficult to handle or maintain relationships in school or at work. No remedy, but a variety of treatment options are available to help with the symptoms.
- Track 7-1Bipolar I Disorder
- Track 7-2Bipolar II Disorder
- Track 7-3Anxiety and ADHD
- Track 7-4Cyclothymic Disorder (cyclothymia)
- Track 7-5Cyclothymic Disorder (cyclothymia)
- Track 7-6Brain Structure and Functioning
A group of grave diseases that affect the mind are psychotic disorders. They make it difficult for anyone to think clearly, make good judgments, emotionally respond, communicate effectively, understand reality and act properly.
- Track 8-1First Episode Psychosis (FEP)
- Track 8-2Developmental Psychology
- Track 8-3Schizophrenia
- Track 8-4Hallucinations
- Track 8-5 Delusions
Eating disorders identify diseases characterized by an abnormal diet and significant pain or concern about weight or shape of the body.
Inadequate or excessive dietary intake may ultimately damage the well-being of an individual. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge eating disorder are the most common forms of eating disorders that affect men and women alike.
- Track 9-1Nutrition
- Track 9-2Obesity
- Track 9-3Binge-eating Disorder
- Track 9-4Anorexia Nervosa
- Track 9-5Bulimia Nervosa
Autism is a lifelong cognitive handicap that affects the ability of an individual to understand the world and communicate with others. Autism is a person whose autist disorder is often defined as someone living in a world of their own, the Greek word for ' self. ' Autism derives from ' autos. '
- Track 10-1Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Track 10-2Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Track 10-3Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
Schizophrenia is a mental disorder with unusual behaviour, strange talk and less understanding of reality. Schizophrenia False beliefs, vague and disturbed thought, non-existent listening voices, decreased social engagement and emotional expression and lack of motivation can be other signs.
- Track 11-1Schizoaffective disorder
- Track 11-2Delusional disorder
- Track 11-3Brief Psychotic disorder
- Track 11-4Schizophreniform disorder
- Track 11-5Catatonia
Dependence is a psychological and physical inability, despite psychological and physical damage, to stop taking a chemical, medication, active product or substance. Addiction is a brain disorder characterized by an obligatory commitment to enhance stimuli despite adverse effects.
- Track 12-1Motivational Enhancement Therapy
- Track 12-2Drug tolerance (Dependence)
- Track 12-3Substance Abuse
- Track 12-4Addiction Psychiatry
- Track 12-5Gambling addiction
- Track 12-6Gaming Addiction
- Track 12-7Addiction Drug
Stress is a sense of physical tension or emotional stress. It can come from any event or reason that frustrates, irritates, or nervous you. Stress is the reaction of your body to a challenge or request. In short, stress can be good if it helps to prevent danger or fulfil a period. Depression is a common and serious health condition that negatively affects how you look, think and act. Depression (major depressive disorder) It is also treatable, fortunately. Depression causes depression and/or a loss of interest in once loved hobbies. It can cause a range of emotional and physical problems and can reduce the ability of a person to work at home and in the workplace.
- Track 13-1Eustress & Distress
- Track 13-2Delusions
- Track 13-3Panic Disorder
- Track 13-4Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Track 13-5Specific Phobia
- Track 13-6Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)
- Track 13-7Postpartum Depression
- Track 13-8Seasonal Affective Disorder
A post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur when someone is subjected to a traumatic event, such as sexual assault, fighting, traffic collisions, child abuse or other life threats. The signs may include intrusive thoughts, emotions, or hallucinations related to incidents, mental or physical discomfort at trauma-related signals, attempts to prevent trauma-related signals, changes in the way an individual is thinking and behaving, and an increase in flight response. Young children are less likely to suffer but can instead express their memories by playing.
- Track 14-1Intrusive thoughts
- Track 14-2Negative thoughts and feelings
- Track 14-3Arousal and reactive symptoms
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OSD) is a mental disorder in which a person has consistently felt the need for some rituals ("compulsions") or repeatedly has certain thoughts ("obsessions"). There was a mistake. Tics, anxiety disorder and an increased risk of suicide are associated with this disease.
- Track 15-1Compulsions
- Track 15-2Obsessions
Mental health treatment not only requires improving but maintaining a complete and satisfying life. Most people say they haven't found a clear, smooth way to recovery. Alternatively, ups and downs, new discoveries and retrogressions occur. With time, we can look back and see how far we have really come, given the stopping progress and discouragements.
The process of restoring the functioning and well-being of a person, diagnosed in the sense of mental or mental health or emotional condition that can be defined as psychiatric impairment, is also known as clinical rehabilitation and sometimes condensed to psychological rehabilitation of providers.
- Track 17-1Trans-diagnostic Interventions
Persons of mental well-being experience psychotherapy and talk therapy on a regular basis-extremely welcoming. You rely on your own circumstances and safety for the form and length of your care, and your treatment could be a general treatment which includes medication or other treating choices. The needs of teenagers with certain mental health conditions must be met.
- Track 18-1Psycho-dynamic Psychotherapy
- Track 18-2Psychotropic Medication
- Track 18-3Antipsychotic
- Track 18-4Music Therapy
- Track 18-5Psychiatric Rehabilitation