Frank Bruno Looking Forward to Change Health System for Mentally-Ill People at NHS
People suffering from mental illnesses need love and harmony to recover, not drugs! Shocked? But this is something what is happening with NHS patients these days.
It is shameful to disclose the reality of NHS; what kind of a treatment they are giving to mentally ill patients but then it is important to bring a change in the system.
Boxing legend Frank Bruno who is suffering from Bipolar Disorder and therefore was sectioned twice with NHS, was shocked to know that how people with mental illnesses here are being treated. In fact, many of them are “needlessly suffering”.
Aiming to bring a drastic change in the system, this former World Heavyweight champ is all set to launch a major new campaign. Frank, who is the ambassador for mental health group Rethink said, “Being in hospital did not make me better, it just made me worse”.
Upon his stay in the hospital, he was locked up for five weeks. The doctors were about to keep him there for some more time but he urged for his release. According to Frank, he met a number of people in the hospital who were living there since last 20 years or even more, and none of them even had a single hope to get well some day. They are actually given drugs to keep calm and quiet which is no way a treatment at all.
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