There are many reasons why mental health problems can develop. If you are struggling with one of them, then you already know it is a complex problem. But do you know that mental health problems can come from backgrounds in the family? Like genetic factors or ‘imitating’ parents’ behavior. Schizophrenia is a psychiatric disorder characterized by delusions, emotions, and “thought problems.” This disorder turns out to have a fairly high genetic risk. According to the study, schizophrenia can only occur in one percent of the human population. Your biological parents also suffer from schizophrenia. Like schizophrenia, anxiety disorders are anxiety disorders that occur in families based on genetic inheritance. Some symptoms of anxiety disorders include high stress, feelings of social isolation, or feelings of poor self-esteem. If you experience symptoms above, try to open it to ayahuasca retreat or the closest person you really trust.
Symptoms of depression can occur for various reasons, but you are more likely to experience it if your parents have experienced it. There are two main reasons why a person can experience depression. First, they get genetic derivatives and the second is to observe and imitate their parents’ behavior. That’s why if your parents have experienced depression, your chances of becoming depressed are also greater. Bipolar disorder (bipolar disorder) is a disorder of one’s feelings due to problems in the brain, characterized by movement (swing) moods, thoughts, and behavioral changes. Patients experience dramatic mood changes. In fact, the possibility of developing this disorder will increase to 50 percent when both biological parents also or have had this disorder.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a disorder characterized by negative thoughts that make the sufferer feel anxious, afraid, and worried. So as to eliminate that anxiety, there is an excessive obsession from the sufferer such as frequent hand washing. Like other anxiety disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) also occurs due to family influence. But not for genetic reasons, this mental disorder is more often due to unhealthy behavior in the family, causing trauma.