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May 14 – 20 is Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK – a national campaign that aims to raise awareness and break down stigmas associated with mental health. Since the first awareness week was held in 2000, the Mental Health Foundation has helped raise awareness and generate debate about a range of issues, encouraging […]
Feeling down for a few days is normal and most people experience short-term sadness, or periods of feeling down a few times during their life. However, those suffering with depression feel persistently sad or down for prolonged periods of time that can last weeks or months. There is still a lot of stigma around mental […]
This week is Depression Awareness Week, and with depression being a widely known illness yet still misunderstood and highly stigmatized in society (as are a lot of mental health issues) we thought we’d take this opportunity to discuss it in a more in-depth way. Depression will affect 1 in 10 people at some point, and […]
According to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), almost one in five young people live with high levels of anxiety. But what do we actually mean by anxiety? How do you treat it? And what’s the difference between anxiety and depression? The study, which looked at the mental health of 7.5 […]
According to the Mental Health Foundation (MHF), one in four of us will experience some kind of mental health problem each year, with mixed anxiety and depression the most common mental disorders. That’s just one of the reasons why every year, between 11-17 May, MHF help raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing issues during […]
Although the cause of most psychiatric disorders is unknown, one thing that is clear is that the best way to prevent and treat these disorders is through carrying out clinical and basic research. Just last month, a new study published online in The Lancet Psychiatry found that psychosocial treatment can help prevent people from committing […]
Men’s health campaign, Movember, has become increasingly popular in recent years for raising awareness of men’s cancers, but this year, the campaign is also tackling mental health. As the Movember website explains, mental health problems in men can often go undetected or untreated because men are often too embarrassed to admit that they are upset, […]