“There are some myths regarding mental illness, such as that suffering from psychiatric disorder of some kind is a sign of weakness. Due to this, patients avoid getting treatment. According to WHO, only 7% of patients suffering from psychosis are being treated worldwide. In low-income countries, only 3% of depression cases get treated,” said Dr. Gaur. According to a WHO report in 2019, one in every eight people, or 970 million people around the world, were living with a mental disorder. In 2020, the cases of anxiety and depressive disorders skyrocketed because of the COVID-19 induced lockdowns.