Writers must, by now, have spilled gallons of ink over the link between ‘genius’ and mental illness. This debate is also closely related to romanticisation of mental illness which I will explain later. Before diving into facts and neuroscience behind creativity and mental illness let’s understand why we are having this debate.
The sanctity of life can only go as far as to how an individual copes with his/her daily activities. If that individual’s capacity to carry out their daily routines is hindered due to physical or psychological distress and if the underlying cause is not treatable, then they are headed for a life of misery and pain.
Among the major problems and Diseases that are hindering the growth of India, Anemia is one which is known to all. Despite multiple attempts by the government at improving the condition of anemia in india, the results are disappointing. More than 50 percent of India’s population, majority of them being girls and pregnant women, are anemic.
The friend with insecurities, the friend who is selfish, the friend who is wise, the friend who is hopping like a maniac all the time, the friend who has a head bigger than my entire body and then there is a friend who has OCD. They are very particular about what they want and how they want and it’s just infuriating.
Vitamin D is essential for bone mineralization as its presence in adequate amount is necessary for absorption of Calcium from the food products, i.e; Calcium that we get from our diets cannot be used by our body until and unless vitamin D is there to assist its absorption.
Imagine a scenario of a girl gulping down a bowl full of ice cream and crying over her break up. Easy to visualize, isn’t it? In every other movie, we tend to witness this scene. A scene majorly conveying how sadness can lead to overeating of food items like ice cream- having high sugar content and feeding your satiety.