How much you know about Mental Health?

Mental Health Awareness Quiz:

A mentally sick person has
(a) Tendency to get upset with change in routine
(b) Feeling of friendship and trust for all
(c) Tendency to perform all the daily chores by oneself
(d) Tendency to solve all the problems without aid of others

Ans. (a)

Psychosis is characterised by
(a) Loss of touch with reality
(b) Prolonged emotional reaction to a given a stress
(c) Anxiety, fear, sadness, vague aches and pains
(d) All these

Ans. (a)

A person is mentally sick if one is
(a) Worried
(b) With moods fluctuating between depression and elation
(c) Excessively happy
(d) Extra talkative

Ans. (b)

Sedatives and tranquillisers are often given for treating
(a) Epilepsy
(b) Psychosis
(c) Diffusion
(d) Anxiety

Ans. (d)

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Neurosis is characterised by
(a) Madness
(b) Prolonged emotional reaction to a stress
(c) Pain in the head
(d) Fits of convulsions

Ans. (b)

Trembling, depression, fear and phobia are signs of
(a) Epilepsy
(b) Parkinson’s disease
(c) Mental sickness
(d) Alzheimer’s disease

Ans. (c)

A thrust area in community health is
(a) Prevention and control of communicable diseases
(b) Prevention of blindness
(c) Maternal and child health
(d) School health services

Ans. (b)

Which one is not involved in mental illness?
(a) Hereditary factors
(b) Childhood experiences
(c) Changes in brain
(d) Rheumatic fever

Ans. (d)

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Which one is a mental disability?
(a) Psychosis
(b) Neurosis
(c) Schizophrenia
(d) Epilepsy

Ans. (d)

Proneness to mental illness is
(a) Extra affection to a child
(b) Quarrelsome family
(c) Poverty and lack of opportunities
(d) Heredity

Ans. (d)

In epilepsy, seizure is
(a) Warming cry
(b) Fit of convulsions
(c) Loss of consciousness
(d) All these

Ans. (c)

A child would develop mental illness if one does not get
(a) Affection
(b) Encouragement
(c) Guidance and discipline
(d) All of these

Ans. (d)

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Melanin and lewy bodies occur in the neurons in case of
(a) Huntington’s chorea
(b) Alzheimer’s disease
(c) Paralysis agitans
(d) All these

Ans. (c)

Social therapy of mental illness is required for
(a) Treatment of psychosis
(b) Maintenance of community health
(c) Rehabilitation of mentally ill persons
(d) Prevention of addiction

Ans. (c)

Which is mental disease?
(a) Tetanus
(b) Neurosis
(c) Drug dependence
(d) Alcoholism

Ans. (b)

Which is not mental disorder
(a) Gount
(b) Epilepsy
(c) Neurosis
(d) Psychosis

Ans. (b)

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