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MENTAL HEALTH

1 IN 4

Are affected by a mental health problem in the UK.

1 IN 14

Self-harm to help deal with difficult feelings.

1 IN 6

Experience a problem like anxiety or depression in any week.

1 IN 15

Attempt suicide as a means to escape struggles they're facing.

1 IN 5

Struggle with suicidal thoughts.

115 PEOPLE

End their life each week in the UK.

It is possible to take back your mind from overwhelming thoughts and feelings.


Our website holds valuable information on Mental Health problems and Illness, Tips to Support yourself, and tips to support others!

We know how important keeping mental health in check is and how hard that can be. It is okay not to be okay; bad days are expected, and we will still be here for it all.

FAQ'S

"How Common are Mental Health Problems? "

Mental health issues are very common. According to the World Health Organisation, around 1 in 4 people worldwide will experience a mental health condition at some point in their lives.

"How can I have good mental health?"

Good mental health involves practicing self-care, getting regular exercise, eating a balanced diet, getting enough sleep, managing stress, and seeking support when needed. Engaging in activities you enjoy and nurturing positive relationships are also important.

"When should I get help?"

It's advisable to seek professional help if you're experiencing persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, anger, or hopelessness, if your daily functioning is significantly affected, or if you're having thoughts of harming yourself or others. A mental health professional can provide an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

"Do I have to take medication?"

Medication can be helpful in managing certain mental health conditions, especially when combined with therapy. However, not all conditions require medication, and treatment should be tailored to individual needs.

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