Theme: Theme: "Make your mental health a priority"



Track 1: Coping with Mental Illness at COVID-19

Everyone was concerned about the Pandemic Coronavirus illness outbreak. Anxiety, despair, and fear of an epidemic can all lead to mental health problems in adults and children. Coping with mental health issues during covid-19 is critical for the people you care about. During an epidemic, stress causes changes in sleeping habits, changes in eating patterns, worsens mental health disorders, overthinking, difficulties sleeping, and focusing. During the pandemic, everyone develops sleep difficulties. During this epidemic, the mental health of children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly will fluctuate. To manage with stress condition, take care of yourself and your community. There are other strategies to cope with stress, including taking pauses from viewing, reading, or hearing to news on the epidemic. Hearing about the epidemic on a regular basis might be upsetting, and unneeded anxiety will be created in the brains. Take deep breaths and practice yoga and meditation. Discuss your thoughts and worries with others.
  • Changes in eating patterns 
  • Overthinking 
  • Difficulties sleeping 
  • Stress 
  • Anxiety

Track 2. Psychiatry and Mental Health

Psychiatry is an area of neuroscience that deals with the research, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of brain diseases. These encompass a wide range of anomalies in mood, behavior, and cognition, all of which lead to psychiatry and mental health issues. A psychiatric condition is a type of mental illness that causes tension, rage, and sadness. Neurologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists are health professionals who specialize in the treatment of brain and psychology issues. Antidepressants and antipsychotics are used to treat mental illnesses. Our actions and emotions are a reflection of our mental health. Uncertainty, marital problems, slavery, mental illness, self-harm, and other mental health difficulties are among them. If a person's mental health is poor, his or her daily routine might be disrupted.
  • Behavioral disorders
  • Emotional disorders
  • Mental disorders
  • Lack of care in community
  • Compulsion
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Anxiety disorders

Track 3: Schizophrenia and Addiction

Addiction is a prevalent issue in the neuroscience field. A complicated disorder termed addiction, which is chronic in nature, can alter the functioning of the brain and body. It has a negative impact on the family's and neighborhood's relationships. The younger generation in our culture will be affected by addiction. To address this deadly situation, psychiatrists are developing novel therapies, improved procedures, and drugs. Anxiety, depression, and anger are all signs of addictions. Schizophrenia is a mental illness in which people have unusual reactions toward realities. It is a mental illness that disrupts a person's capacity to think, feel, and act. People who are affected with this condition may have difficulty focusing and thinking. It's a mix of visions and abnormal behavior.
  • Addiction medicine
  • Drug abuse
  • Paranoid schizophrenia

Track 4. Anxiety, Depression, and Stress

Although stress, anxiety, and depression are distinct medical illnesses, their symptoms, causes, and treatments overlap. Depression is a significant mental illness that affects one's feelings, thoughts, and daily activities. According to recent studies, women suffer from depression at a higher incidence than males. Depression causes aggression, drug addiction, and alcohol use in males, but remorse and melancholy in women. Stress is defined as physical or emotional stress. It is the result of a thinking that makes you feel alone, disappointed, and furious. When you are scared or angry, your nervous system releases a little amount of stress hormones, which causes your heart to race, muscles to contract, blood pressure to rise, and your breathing to shorten. These illnesses have an impact on people.
  • Moodiness
  • Irritability 
  • Anger
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Loneliness and isolation

Track 5. Bipolar Disorders and Dementia

Dementia is an illness that causes memory loss. Alzheimer's disease is the most common kind of dementia. Vascular dementia can result in microscopic hemorrhage and blood vessel blockages in the brain. Dementia may harm brain cells, and aberrant brain alterations might also cause it. The functioning of the body cannot be carried when cells in a certain place are fully destroyed. Bipolar disorder is a mental condition that causes mood swings, behavioral disturbances, and sleep problems. Bipolar disorder patients have two phases, one of which is extraordinarily high and the other is extremely low. A cheerful and enthusiastic phase and a sad, lethargic, and dismal period.
  • Manic depression
  • Vascular dementia 
  • Hypomania
  • Sadness
  • Memory Loss

Track 6. Brain Tumours and Cancers

Brain cancer causes a range of symptoms such as behavioural changes, confusion, and seizures. Not every tumours were cancerous. Tumors are classified as benign and malignant. The risk of benign tumours is lower than that of malignant tumours. Cancer is a word used to describe malignant tumours. Malignant tumours are those that spread quickly   to other sections of the body. Tumor cells require blood and nutrition to survive. Nausea, vomiting, and visual changes are all symptoms of brain cancer.
  • Brain Infection
  • Malignant tumours
  • Metastatic brain tumors
  • Neurotoxicology
  • CNS Advancement
  • Cognizance
  • Seizures
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability

Track 7: Paediatric Neurology

This depicts nervous system illnesses in newborns, adolescents, babies, and children. Paediatric neurologists are in charge of the management and therapy of nervous system problems in children, as well as spine disorders. Child psychiatry is a multidisciplinary study field that covers cutting-edge paediatric studies. It has an impact on the genesis and progression of neurological illnesses, as well as therapy responses to various therapies. Psychiatric illnesses and mental health in children, adolescents, and newborns are extremely difficult to treat for psychiatrists and other health professionals. Autism is a mental condition that affects youngsters.
  • Child psychoanalysis
  • Bipolar disorders in children
  • Brain development

Track 8: Clinical Neurology

Clinical Neurology is an area of overlap between Neurology and Psychiatry. Clinical Neurology provides up-to-date information, duties, and reviews in the field of neuroradiology. Strokes and brain damage can be examined and treated in the area of Clinical Neurology. Clinical neurology encompasses brain and spinal cord diseases

Track 9: Neurology and Neurosurgery

Neurology is the medical specialty that deals with nervous system problems. Neurologists and psychiatrists diagnose and treat problems of the peripheral and central nervous systems. Neurological disorders are defined as any condition affecting the brain, nerves, or spinal cord. Neurological problems cause paralysis, muscular weakness, loss of feeling, and convulsions. Neurosurgery is another term for neurological surgery. It is concerned with the neurological system's diagnosis, prevention, and therapy. Our emotional health can influence neurological disorders

Track 10: Robotic Neuro-Surgery

Robotic neurosurgery technology gives surgeons a 10x magnification, high-definition, 3D picture of the body's intricate architecture. The surgeon manipulates sophisticated surgical instruments that are smaller and more flexible than the human hand using controls on the panel. As a result, even during the most difficult treatments, the surgeon can work with more accuracy, dexterity, and control. Robotic surgery is a relatively new sophisticated method in neurosurgery
  • Robotic operating surgical assistant (ROSA)
  • NeuroMate robot
  • Telesurgical robot
  • Tumour biopsies

Track 11: Brain and Sleeping Disorders

Humans require adequate sleep in order to preserve enough energy to carry on with their life. Too much pressure and stress causes sleep disorders, which are also known as medical disorders in a person's sleep patterns. Teeth grinding (bruxism), night terrors, and allergies or colds can all cause a person's sleep to be disrupted. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder; it is characterized by difficulty falling and staying asleep. People who are depressed may benefit from music therapy, melatonin, or hypnotherapy. Because the brain is the control center of our bodies, a brain problem is an illness that affects your brain.
  • Mental disorders
  • Sleep apnea
  • Narcolepsy
  • Sleepwalking

Track 12: Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

The most common neurological disorders are Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Alzheimer's disease is one type of dementia. It is most commonly noticed among the elderly. Every 4 seconds, a new instance of dementia is discovered. Alzheimer's disease causes memory, communication, and reasoning abilities to decline. These are produced by anomalies in the brain, as the brain tissue has less cells and the brain shrinks in persons with Alzheimer's disease. Dopamine is produced by nerve cells in the brain for all of the brain's activities. Parkinson's disease causes nerve cell degeneration and a reduction in neurons that generate dopamine. When dopamine levels in the body fall, aberrant brain activity occurs.
  • Changes in sleep habits
  • Neuropathy
  • Social withdrawal
  • Mood swings

Track 13: Epilepsy and Other Seizure Disorders

Epilepsy is caused by abnormal movements or aberrant electrical activity in the brain. Seizures and epilepsy are linked, although not everyone who has seizures has epilepsy since seizures are merely symptoms, but epilepsy is an illness. Pseudo seizures are non-epileptic seizures that are produced by psychological stress. Seizures and non-epileptic seizures resemble each other, making real epilepsy difficult to diagnose. True epilepsy will be diagnosed by EEG readings and a lack of responsiveness to epileptic medications. Seizures are treated with psychotherapy and psychiatric medications. Seizures are caused by low blood sugar, high temperature, and low blood salt as a result of trauma. Seizures begin in childhood and become more severe by the age of six. 
  • Bell's palsy
  • Birth defects of the brain and spinal cord
  • Brain injury
  • Cerebral palsy 

Track 14: Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack

Stroke happens in the brain when blood vessels or nerve cells get blocked, haemorrhage, or burst, and is referred to as a brain stroke. Because to blood artery injury, the flow of blood and oxygen to brain tissues will be cut off. Human brain tissues and cells begin to die within minutes of being deprived of oxygen. Stroke is caused by a lack of blood flow, which causes cell death. There are two types of strokes: ischemic stroke (due to a lack of blood flow) and hemorrhagic stoke (related to haemorrhage). Stroke is caused by high blood pressure and cigarette usage. The term TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack) refers to a form of stroke that lasts only a few minutes. When the blood flow to the brain is cut off, a TIA condition occurs. 
  • Embolic stroke
  • Thrombotic stroke
  • Dizziness
  • Difficulty walking 

Track 15: Women’s Mental Health

Gender is an important factor in determining mental health. Based on their position, status, and treatment in society, men and women have various levels of influence over their mental health in their lives. The mental health of women differs from that of males. Women are more likely than males to suffer from psychiatric problems. Depression is the most common mental health disorder, with women suffering at a higher rate than males. A mental disorder is an involuntary psychological pattern that arises in an individual and creates suffering or incapacity that is not considered as normal in society. Anxiety, despair, stress, and melancholy are 2-3 times more prevalent in women than in males, according to mental health research.
  • Somatic symptoms
  • Sexual violence
  • Women’s harassment 

Track 16: Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence

The human brain and its cognitive capacities are the beginning point for everything in the cosmos. We already know that artificial systems are simpler than biological systems. Neuroscience benefits artificial intelligence, and brain concepts are used to construct models. Neuroscience and neurobiology have played important roles in the history of Artificial Intelligence. A mix of anatomy, molecular biology, psychology, cytology, and mathematical modelling is necessary to understand the basic and emergent features of neurons and neural networks. The scope of neuroscience has expanded throughout time, and now comprises several methodologies and techniques used by neuroscientists to investigate the nervous system at various levels. 
  • Wrangling data
  • Cracking neural codes 
  • Neuro-Nanotechnology

Track 17: Mental Health Awareness

Acceptance and understanding of mental disease and mental health will increase mental health awareness through sharing information about mental health issues. Every individual need mental health education. Mental health awareness is gained through being acquainted with the movement's language and learning about mental illness. Advocacy is required for awareness. People should be taught on how to reduce stigma and improve the quality of life for people with mental illnesses and their families. Accepting the reality rather than criticising the persons suffering from mental illness is preferable. A research found that raising public knowledge regarding mental health has a favorable impact. Adolescents have a very low prevalence of mental health; depression and schizophrenia are seen in younger children. 
  • Mental disorders
  • Mental illness 
  • Criticism
  • Schizophrenia 

Track 18: NeuroInfections

When viruses, bacteria, viruses, and fungus assault the brain and spinal cord, the results can range from moderate disease to severe impairment and even death. Brain encephalitis may be caused by a nervous system infection that affects the meninges that envelop the brain. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and has a negative impact on the body's immune system as well as the central nervous system of the brain, is another form of neuroinfection. Pathogens infiltrate the body and affect different organs, including the neurological system (CNS). When microorganisms invade the Central Nervous System, they cause infections. Bacterial neuroinfections are typically caused by nasal-pharyngeal or inner-ear infections. 

Track 19: Yoga and Meditation

Yoga is a way of life; when performed on a regular basis, it provides mental and physical advantages to our bodies. Yoga psychotherapy is a therapy that treats a variety of brain and spine diseases. Yoga and meditation have been practised for ages. Yoga is not just a physical workout discipline, but it is also a spiritual grounding. Meditation is a component of yoga that addresses mental wellness, mental relaxation, and focus. Meditation concentrates on one's thoughts and breath. Yoga and meditation will fully rest your thoughts. Yoga promotes heart health, lowers back pain, regulates digestion, and aids in the treatment of hangovers. Meditation can help you manage depression and anxiety disorders, as well as increase your attention. 
  • Emotional upliftment
  • Stress management
  • Rheumatoid arthritis 

Track 20: Neuro Therapeutics & Neuropharmacology

Neurological problems are becoming a growing threat. The sensory system is afflicted by around 600 diseases. As a result, innovative symptomatic and restorative approaches for the neurological issue are mostly required. This session explores Neuropharmacology, Novel drugs for neurological disorders, Stimulation tactics, Cellular and biochemical procedures, and Novel diagnostic approaches, all of which are particularly important in diagnosing and treating neuronal problems.
  • Neuropharmacological studies
  • Novel treatments for neurological diseases
  • Stimulation techniques
  • Cellular and biochemical methods
  • Advanced Neurology devices and equipment

We cordially invite all to the upcoming webinar  "32nd International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neurosciences" scheduled on July 15, 2022 . World Mental Health 2022 is a prominent gathering of speakers and keynote speakers from international countries to deliver the lectures on recent advancements and innovations in the field of Mental Health and Psychiatry. The sessions include Epidemiology of Depression, Neuropsychology and Behavioral Addiction, Epigenetics of Depression, Psychiatry & Mental Health, Psychology and Psychotherapy, Schizophrenia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Covid-19 and Mental Health, Ayurveda for Mental Health, Depression and Anxiety Disorders and many more. Webinar consist of lectures, YRF (Young Research Forum), oral presentations and poster presentation.

Target Audience

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Health care professionals
  • Neuropsychiatrist
  • Mental health Nurses
  • Neuroscientists
  • Neurobiologists
  • Neurologists
  • Neuropathologists
  • Neuropharmacologists
  • Neurochemists
  • Neurophysiologists
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Psychobiologists
  • Neuro Drug Manufactures
  • All Academic Professionals

31st International Conference on Public Mental Health and Neurosciences has been scheduled on December 08, 2021 as an online event which was a successful event. 

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