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Health problems are many in refugees. Every refugee has one or a few mental health issues during their migration phase. Among refugees children and women are developing many psychiatric problems as refugees. There are many reasons to get minor and major psychiatric illnesses during their migration. Men are also getting many psychiatric manifestations. Some time even they become pry to to terrorist organization by brainwash even through net. So refugees needed support and counselling to prevent mental illnesses and appropriate treatment at appropriate time for their psychiatric diseases.
No competing interests
20 March 2016
M A Aleem
A M Hakkaim
ABC Hospital and Dhanalakhmi srinivasan medical college and hospital (DSMCH)
AnnamalaiNagar Trichy 620018 Tamilnadu India and siruvatur Perambalur 621113 Tamilnadu India