Sequis Insurance urges the public not to ignore schizophrenia disorders

Jakarta: sequis Life invites the public not to ignore schizophrenic disorders because schizophrenia does not consider age, gender, or status the economy. Symptoms are more detected during adolescence or early adulthood because that age is a period of transitional growth towards a more mature period.

At that age, many problems may not be resolved so that you are mentally fragile. If schizophrenia is detected early, it is advisable to immediately be referred to a psychiatrist or psychologist for further treatment. Ordinary people usually define schizophrenia as hallucinations, delusions, and having chaotic thoughts.

“This is not entirely wrong. However, a more precise diagnosis must be made by an expert because it must follow certain diagnostic criteria,” said Ciputra Hospital CitraGarden City Psychologist Meiske Yunithree Suparman, in a written statement, Saturday, October 10, 2020.


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Branding and Communication Strategist MiPOWER by Sequis Ivan Christian Winatha revealed that the problem is that many people are reluctant to go to a psychologist or psychiatrist. This is because of the fear of being labeled crazy and the constraints of high costs so that people tend to ignore and cover up.

“The millennial generation will later become the next generation. That’s why there are so many suggestions and tips for healthy living for millennials so that we can be productive. However, physically healthy is not enough, mentally must be healthy. Moreover, millennials are prone to mental disorders such as schizophrenia, so millennials need to be healthy. equip yourself with protection, “he said.

In this case, he said, Sequis had a product related to this matter. “There is health insurance that provides protection benefits in the form of coverage for consultations with psychologists and treatment, namely MiPROTECTION for schizophrenia, bipolar, and OCD mental disorders according to the policy provisions,” he said.

Furthermore, Ivan invited the millennial generation to make world mental health day a moment to increase mental health literacy because mental disorders can happen to anyone and the impact is not only on psychological matters but can also affect the finances of patients and their families.

“So that millennials should equip themselves with insurance as a wise way to protect financially,” he concluded.



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