For people who depend on any type of private or company insurance to cover the cost of their health needs, the question of whether or not the health insurance policy covers mental health problems is a crucial one for a number of reasons. Working with body is easier, faster and more concrete than working with the abstract mind is. But there remains an inertial effect that takes its time in bringing the requisite change in its counterpart – in this case, the mind. A mental illness can cause an inferiority complex, a negative body image, and intense feelings of self-hate, anger, disgust, and uselessness, which could mutate into extreme depression, psycho-social disorders, or eating disorders.
Identifying the symptoms of mental illness at the right time can help combat this common disorder that affects millions of people round the world. With so much of stress around mental imbalances and illnesses are …View More