According to the most current studies that the medical and psychological industries have to this day, what are the best strategies for attaining good mental health? Medication for depression, anxiety, abnormal sleep patterns and social problems can range from Seroquel and Vraylar to Prozac, Effexor and Fluvaxomine. People in third world countries often do not have the money or resources to attain these medications when they are suffering severe trauma from certain circumstances. When the United States’ mental health care system recommends prescription pills for mood problems and lifestyle difficulties, is it better to try to talk through the patient’s problem and find the short and long term issues that need to be changed in order to naturally heal, form a healthy lifestyle and support system and avoid medications? How are similar health problems handled when people are in places without the resources or money they need in order to heal? Is there a benefit to taking prescription medications? What are the best strategies that are used to heal trauma and certain lifestyle issues? A schedule and plan to recover from trauma, mental disorders and social distortion may include a healthy diet, exercise, support groups and healthy relationships. Does the past, memories and unhealthy relationships or dieting prevent a patient from fixing his or her life naturally, without prescribed medications? Psychiatry and psychology can be offered by certified doctors, but maybe natural relationships, spiritual and conversational healing can be beneficial in the long-run and can teach individuals long-term solutions to past problems.