Answer: Personally i do not think it can be cured. I think that mental illness can be managed though if the right medicine and dosage is prescribed I say this because I know these kinds of patients. Without there medicine they are like a totally different person.
Answer: Im not sure but i think i might have a mental illness. as long as im right, a mental illness is when you have things like ADD and you have a lot of trouble concentrating. You might suffer from depression, and have an anxiety disorder. you might also have a multiple personality disorder, or think suicidal thoughts.
EDIT: ADDITION. I personally believe that the term "mental illness" is just the politically correct term for insanity, etc. But, I do not agree that insanity, etc, is an illness. That is a lie. People just think that Someone is "sick" because they see things Differently-only drastically. So, This is not Their fault, and they should not have to be "cured," as they may know better than the rest of us. Who knows? perhaps their world is the real one, and we are the fools, letting reality evade us, slipping through our fingers...
Answer: Most (if not all) mental illnesses are caused by chemical imbalances in, or injuries to, the brain. Science is learning more and more about the specific causes, and diagnoses are improving.
However, because mental "illness" is usually measured in relation to a standard considered normal, and because definitions of normal can vary, defining it clearly becomes difficult. What is normal behavior for one segment of the population might seem quite abnormal to another*. As the actual physical diagnostics improve, definition will improve accordingly.
*For example, in some parts of the world, eating insects is considered normal, but it might raise eyebrows in Central Park.
Answer: Diabetes is a physical condition because it is the result of malfunctioning of the pancreas, an organ found in the abdomen that secretes insulin when high glucose levels are present in the blood, insulin is a hormone (chemical messenger) that simulates the liver to turn glucose into glycogen, thus regulating the blood glucose level. The brain is not involved, however abnormal glucose levels, too high or too low, can effect the brain.
Answer: Sibukaw is not proven to cure any specific illness. Sibukaw is aroot that is considered to be an alternative medicine that preventscertain illnesses. It is used in the treatment of headaches, jointpain, anemia, dysentery, diarrhea, blood pressure, skin infections,stomach aches, asthma, and more.
Answer: It depends on the illness. Some diseases can cause brain damage, which can result in mental illness. Others can cause physical and/or emotional trauma for the person who is ill, and the experience can result in mental illness.
Answer: Alcoholism is not a curable disease. It can be arrested by abstaining from alcohol, but the neurological changes persist, and can be reactivated if the person resumes drinking. Typically, it takes very little time for the person to return to the level of addiction where they left off.
That said, it can be arrested completely by not drinking, and some of the damage can be repaired. Doctors who supervise this are known as addiction specialists, addictionologists, or psychiatrists. There are also non-medical therapists who are successful in assisting people to recover and, of course, Alcoholics Anonymous.