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1 in 2 Ozzie mental

Australia

#1 Dec 28, 2012
Mental health is a National Health Priority Area (NHPA)

Mental health was declared a National Health Priority Area in 1996 because if its impact on the Australian community.

The impact of mental illness within the Australian population has become increasingly apparent. The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and well being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that an estimated 3.2 million Australians (20% of the population aged between 16 and 85) had a mental disorder in the twelve months prior to the survey. The Burden of Disease and Injury in Australia study indicated that mental disorders constitute the leading cause of disability burden in Australia, accounting for an estimated 24% of the total years lost due to disability.

http://www.aihw.gov.au/mental-health/

One in five adults are affected by mental illness

Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.

Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.

Some adults are severely affected
Around three per cent of adults are severely affected by mental illness. The more severely disabling ‘low prevalence’ mental illnesses include:
Schizophrenia – this disorder affects approximately one per cent of Australians at some point in their life.
Bipolar disorder – this condition affects up to two per cent of Australians at some time during their life.
Other forms of psychosis – for example, drug-induced psychosis.
Some chronic forms of depression.

ReadMore:http://www.betterheal th.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticle s.nsf/pages/Mental_illness_pre valence
talking about insanity

Melbourne, Australia

#2 Dec 28, 2012
The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and well being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that an estimated 3.2 million Australians (20% of the population aged between 16 and 85) had a mental disorder in the twelve months prior to the survey.

"Why most White people are mental in Australia?"

Statistics on 3.2 million people in Australia becomes "why most white people" .. how?

Talk about racist propaganda being posted on the aussie forum!! You're full of it, hypocrite (that's a cute little jingle).
1 in 2 Ozzie mental

Australia

#3 Dec 28, 2012
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Read More:-
http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhca...
1 in 2 Ozzie mental

Australia

#4 Dec 28, 2012
PREVALENCE
In 2007, 45% of Australians aged 16-85 years (or 7.3 million people) had, at some point in their lifetime, experienced at least one of the selected mental disorders (anxiety, mood or substance use disorders). Since relatively many more men than women meet the criteria for a substance use disorder (often alcohol-related) at some stage, men were more likely than women to have had a mental disorder in their lifetime.

This pattern was reversed when looking at mental disorders in the 12 months prior to the survey, when women were more likely than men to have had symptoms of mental illness (22% and 18% respectively). The higher rate of anxiety disorders among women was the main contributor to this differential across all age groups.

The rates of mental illness were higher for men aged 16-34 years (23%) and women aged 16-24 years (30%) compared with older age groups.

The annual cost of mental illness in Australia has been estimated at $20 billion, which includes the cost of lost productivity and labour force participation. In 2003, mental disorders were identified as the leading cause of healthy years of life lost due to disability.

Read More:-

http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs @.nsf/Lookup/4102.0Main+Featur es30March%202009
goon

Melbourne, Australia

#5 Dec 28, 2012
1 in 2 Ozzie mental wrote:
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Read More:-
http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhca...
Racist spammer.
true real fact

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Dec 28, 2012
talking about insanity wrote:
"Why most White people are mental in Australia?"
Statistics on 3.2 million people in Australia becomes "why most white people" .. how?
.
The white was added courtesy of the posters RACISM.
Sad but true

Australia

#7 Dec 28, 2012
true real fact wrote:
<quoted text>The white was added courtesy of the posters RACISM.
These are FACTS published by Australian Bureau of statistics, closing your eyes wont make you a saner person, did you had your benzos and antidepressants last night or not, it appears you forgot to take your meds, it could be compliance issues in you case, don't forget to take your meds, otherwise.....eh
true real fact

Melbourne, Australia

#8 Dec 28, 2012
Sad but true wrote:
<quoted text>
These are FACTS published by Australian Bureau of statistics, closing your eyes wont make you a saner person, did you had your benzos and antidepressants last night or not, it appears you forgot to take your meds, it could be compliance issues in you case, don't forget to take your meds, otherwise.....eh
As already stated, the word WHITE was added by YOU.

Because you're racist.

The FACTS do not say only WHITE people's stats were included.

Your alluding to my taking anti-depressants smacks of prejudice.
Lord Nelson

Australia

#9 Dec 28, 2012
1 in 2 Ozzie mental wrote:
Mental health is a National Health Priority Area (NHPA)
Mental health was declared a National Health Priority Area in 1996 because if its impact on the Australian community.
The impact of mental illness within the Australian population has become increasingly apparent. The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and well being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that an estimated 3.2 million Australians (20% of the population aged between 16 and 85) had a mental disorder in the twelve months prior to the survey. The Burden of Disease and Injury in Australia study indicated that mental disorders constitute the leading cause of disability burden in Australia, accounting for an estimated 24% of the total years lost due to disability.
http://www.aihw.gov.au/mental-health/
One in five adults are affected by mental illness
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Some adults are severely affected
Around three per cent of adults are severely affected by mental illness. The more severely disabling ‘low prevalence’ mental illnesses include:
Schizophrenia – this disorder affects approximately one per cent of Australians at some point in their life.
Bipolar disorder – this condition affects up to two per cent of Australians at some time during their life.
Other forms of psychosis – for example, drug-induced psychosis.
Some chronic forms of depression.
ReadMore:http://www.betterheal th.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticle s.nsf/pages/Mental_illness_pre valence
your either a indian racist, a muslim racist or a asian racist, id say its either indian or muslim
Sunbury Sucks

Australia

#10 Dec 28, 2012
Lord Nelson wrote:
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your either a indian racist, a muslim racist or a asian racist, id say its either indian or muslim
Reality Bites, now crawl back in ur rathole, maaaaaaate!! LOL
Anglo-Saxon-Celt

Airds, Australia

#11 Dec 29, 2012
1 in 2 Ozzie mental wrote:
Mental health is a National Health Priority Area (NHPA)
Mental health was declared a National Health Priority Area in 1996 because if its impact on the Australian community.
The impact of mental illness within the Australian population has become increasingly apparent. The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and well being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that an estimated 3.2 million Australians (20% of the population aged between 16 and 85) had a mental disorder in the twelve months prior to the survey. The Burden of Disease and Injury in Australia study indicated that mental disorders constitute the leading cause of disability burden in Australia, accounting for an estimated 24% of the total years lost due to disability.
http://www.aihw.gov.au/mental-health/
One in five adults are affected by mental illness
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Some adults are severely affected
Around three per cent of adults are severely affected by mental illness. The more severely disabling ‘low prevalence’ mental illnesses include:
Schizophrenia – this disorder affects approximately one per cent of Australians at some point in their life.
Bipolar disorder – this condition affects up to two per cent of Australians at some time during their life.
Other forms of psychosis – for example, drug-induced psychosis.
Some chronic forms of depression.
ReadMore:http://www.betterheal th.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticle s.nsf/pages/Mental_illness_pre valence
Multiculturalism sure as hell doesnt help the situation.
UpyoursConvict

Wurtulla, Australia

#12 Dec 29, 2012
Sad but true wrote:
<quoted text>
These are FACTS published by Australian Bureau of statistics, closing your eyes wont make you a saner person, did you had your benzos and antidepressants last night or not, it appears you forgot to take your meds, it could be compliance issues in you case, don't forget to take your meds, otherwise.....eh
They drive each other insane and try to hide it with arrogance when being told the naked truth.
Most annoying retards I have ever encountered and to deal with. they are really getting a high when they can pissoff some one for no reason whatsoever.
Anglo-Saxon-Celt

Airds, Australia

#13 Dec 29, 2012
UpyoursConvict wrote:
Most annoying retards I have ever encountered and to deal with. they are really getting a high when they can pissoff some one for no reason whatsoever.
Having a dig at someone is one thing but lying is something else.
You dont know us at all.

Btw shouldnt you be on a plane out of here? You could always go to the nearest beach and start swimming.
sid

Chermside, Australia

#14 Dec 29, 2012
UpyoursConvict wrote:
<quoted text>
They drive each other insane and try to hide it with arrogance when being told the naked truth.
Most annoying retards I have ever encountered and to deal with. they are really getting a high when they can pissoff some one for no reason whatsoever.
A few examples of indian insanity affecting hundreds of millions.
1. marrying a dog/donkey.
2. Aborting female foetuses
3. 100 nuclear weapons, no clean water or food.
4. Shitting in the street.
5. Bathing with corpses.
6. Drinking water with corpses in it.
7. Marrying little girls.
8. Dowry Murder
9. Caste system
10. Cow/rat worship

“REFUSE ALL IMITATIONS!!”

Since: Jan 11

Australia

#15 Dec 29, 2012
Ho-hum ... another idiotic "Why" topic.

We've got thousands of "Why" topics already. Cant you Trolls at least come up with something original?

http://www.topix.com/forumsearch/world/austra...

Not worth bothering with.

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

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#16 Dec 29, 2012
1 in 2 Ozzie mental wrote:
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Read More:-
http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhca...
What are the figures from other countries ?
Did you know that this country don't have the people qualified to make judgement on others.

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

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#17 Dec 29, 2012
UpyoursConvict wrote:
<quoted text>
They drive each other insane and try to hide it with arrogance when being told the naked truth.
Most annoying retards I have ever encountered and to deal with. they are really getting a high when they can pissoff some one for no reason whatsoever.
How sane are you or then again what is sanity in your world ?

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

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#18 Dec 29, 2012
The ADELAIDEAN wrote:
Ho-hum ... another idiotic "Why" topic.
We've got thousands of "Why" topics already. Cant you Trolls at least come up with something original?
http://www.topix.com/forumsearch/world/austra...
Not worth bothering with.
It's India's national anthem but they forget to include the word "us".

Since: Dec 10

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#20 Dec 29, 2012
The Grammar Checkers wrote:
<quoted text>
"this country don't have" - what country were you born in?
Is English your native tongue?
Remember to take your antipsychotic medication!!!!!!!

“We don't have to take it”

Since: Jun 08

WhereTFamI?

#22 Dec 29, 2012
1 in 2 Ozzie mental wrote:
Mental health is a National Health Priority Area (NHPA)
Mental health was declared a National Health Priority Area in 1996 because if its impact on the Australian community.
The impact of mental illness within the Australian population has become increasingly apparent. The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and well being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found that an estimated 3.2 million Australians (20% of the population aged between 16 and 85) had a mental disorder in the twelve months prior to the survey. The Burden of Disease and Injury in Australia study indicated that mental disorders constitute the leading cause of disability burden in Australia, accounting for an estimated 24% of the total years lost due to disability.
http://www.aihw.gov.au/mental-health/
One in five adults are affected by mental illness
Almost half of all Australian adults (45 per cent) are affected by mental illness at some time in their life. Some are affected by more than one condition. The most common forms of mental illness are:
Depression – around 15 per cent of adults are affected by depression at some point in their life.
Anxiety disorders – around 26 per cent of adults are affected by anxiety disorders at some point in their life.
The remainder of people with mental illness are affected by substance use disorders, psychotic illnesses (for example, schizophrenia) and by other conditions.
Some adults are severely affected
Around three per cent of adults are severely affected by mental illness. The more severely disabling ‘low prevalence’ mental illnesses include:
Schizophrenia – this disorder affects approximately one per cent of Australians at some point in their life.
Bipolar disorder – this condition affects up to two per cent of Australians at some time during their life.
Other forms of psychosis – for example, drug-induced psychosis.
Some chronic forms of depression.
ReadMore:http://www.betterheal th.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticle s.nsf/pages/Mental_illness_pre valence
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