Mental health is something that can affect our social well-being and emotional and physical health. It affects the choices we make, as well as our effect on others. 

The problems can come from biological factors (such as chemistry in the brain or genes), life experiences (such as abuse and trauma) or if there is a family history of mental health problems. 

More and more people are relying on medical professionals and home care services to help with mental health issues either for themselves, or for family members. Lifestyle changes can also make a massive difference. Currently, one in four in the world will be, or already is, affected by mental health issues – and they can affect anyone at any time.