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According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there is no health without mental health. Mental health diseases are responsible for about 14% of the worldwide disease burden. It is primarily due to the chronically burdensome character of depression and other prevalent mental disorders and alcohol and substance abuse disorders and psychoses. The importance of mental diseases for public health has been highlighted as a result of such assessments. People may have cemented mental health's estrangement from mainstream efforts to enhance health and decrease poverty by emphasising the different contributions of mental and physical problems to disability and mortality. The lack of understanding of the link between mental disease and other health conditions makes the burden of mental disorders likely underestimated. Mental illnesses raise the risk of communicable and non-communicable diseases, as well as unintentional and intentional injuries. On the other hand, many health disorders increase the likelihood of mental illness, and comorbidity complicates help-seeking, diagnosis, treatment and influences prognosis.