Climate Change and Mental Health

The climate change impacts can be both immediate and roundabout. Warm waves, dry spell, tempests, and surges have coordinate results. The backhanded results of climate change incorporate mass movements, wars over drained assets, and intensification of partisan strains.

Reliable psychological well-being outcomes incorporate injury, ceaseless anxiety, uneasiness, despondency and worsening of comorbid psychopathology, and gigantic monetary expenses. Climate change is a rising danger to the emotional wellness of all of humankind.

  • Mental Health and Stress-Related Disorders
  • Indirect impact of climate change
  • Family stress
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Child behavioral and developmental problems

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