Mental health is a component of health through which every person realizes his/her intellectual, rational and affectionate potential.
The patient in dialysis should face both the physical symptoms of the disease and the emotional changes intervening in the process of treatment, starting from the moment when the diagnosis is announced.
A person suffering from chronic renal insufficiency in terminal stage is subject to several emotional concerns, alien to other categories of patients, but these can be overcome by psychological counseling and support of family or close friends. In this situation the patient easier accepts the disease and the process of adaptation to the new life regime is related to the time spend in Dialysis Centre.
It is our moral duty to intervene and help the persons passing through difficult life situations, to know how to counsel and communicate with them.
The BB-Dialysis Centre promotes mental health by providing qualified psychological support to affected persons and their families with the purpose to maintain their functional social capacity and increase their quality of life. Acceptance and adaptation to a new life regime is difficult but possible.
Those 300 patients of Chisinau Dialysis Centre have confidence in their future.
Within the context of the Mental Health World Day the BB-Dialysis company comes with the message: Live, love and don’t let the disease affect your mind!!