MINDCURE: Website to guide your Mental Health using Machine Learning

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Pranitha Reddy Mallepalli
Richitha Reddy Pisati
Bal Charan Reddy Adla

Abstract

The research introduces "MINDCURE," a cutting-edge web platform designed for young adults, leveraging ReactJS and advanced machine learning to assess mental health using the DASS21 questionnaire. By gauging levels of depression, anxiety, and stress, MINDCURE provides tailored activities to support mental well-being. At its core, the platform employs decision tree models for precision and a Django REST API framework for seamless frontend-backend interaction, all anchored to a MySQL database for robust data management. While primarily serving individual users, its architecture holds promise for broader research and education applications. Standing distinct in the digital mental health arena, MINDCURE combines technology with a user-centric design, and envisions future integrations like real-time tracking, gamification, and professional collaborations, marking it as a pioneering solution in digital mental health care.

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Pranitha Reddy Mallepalli, Richitha Reddy Pisati, and Bal Charan Reddy Adla, “MINDCURE: Website to guide your Mental Health using Machine Learning”, Int. J. Comput. Eng. Res. Trends, vol. 10, no. 9, pp. 1–8, Sep. 2023.
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