World Mental Health Day at AAF
World Mental Health Day is celebrated every year to raise awareness and prioritize people about mental health and wellness. Since the world pandemic, mental health comes in a new light.
The WHO reported before the pandemic that one in eight people suffer from mental health issues. The big problem comes when there is a lack of awareness and support given to people in dealing with mental health.
In its further report, it has been said that depression is usually found in 5% of people. And more than 700,000 people commit suicide every year. People who struggle with mental health issues of some sort die 10 – 20 years earlier. And a 25% increase in depression and anxiety is seen after the pandemic.
The WHO report highlights the importance of mental health and well-being.
AAF’s founder and director, Anu Agarwal, is deeply concerned about mental health and involves in raising awareness and supporting those dealing with such issues through various programs.
The celebrated actress, author, speaker and Yogini, Anu Aggarwal, focuses on maximising potential in people’s lives and increasing happiness and peace. A trained and mastered meditation and an ambassador for UNHCR. With the sole purpose of spreading positivity and love, Anu’s AnuFunYoga brought healing to people’s lives. While so many people have been healed and found positivity in their lives, Anu’s journey doesn’t stop here. So, she continues to walk with greater reach and bring joy to the lives of those with whom she crosses her path.
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