- Why don’t we talk to workmates about mental health issues?
- Men, work and their mental health
- Therapy and the older person: relaxing the stiff upper lip
- Is it harder for older people to get mental health care?
- Men more likely to experience work-related mental health problems
- The truth about eating disorders in older women
- Would counselling help me?
- Is depression and anxiety in new fathers forgotten?
- Facing up to anxiety tougher for younger adults.
- Face-time helps ward off depression
Why don’t we talk to workmates about mental health issues?
Apparently, we would rather talk to our colleagues about relationship issues, money problems and even sex, before we would raise the issue of our mental health with them. That’s one of the findings from a survey of over 2000 adults by Time to Change, the mental health campaigning group. This suggests that mental health is […]
Men, work and their mental health
New research from Mind, the leading mental health charity shows that men are twice as likely to have mental health problems due to their job, compared to their problems outside of work. These are part of the findings which have come out Mind’s innovative Workplace Wellbeing Index, with data drawn from some 15000 members of […]
Therapy and the older person: relaxing the stiff upper lip
Is that stiff upper lip really helping you? Or is it masking feelings of sadness, depression or anxiety which you are bottling up inside? But bottles under too much pressure can explode, just as repressed feelings can, often in unpredictable or inappropriate ways. Stiff upper lips have been in the news again recently: GPs have […]
Is it harder for older people to get mental health care?
All mental health services across the UK are under strain, with rising demand across the generation. But a couple of recent reports suggest that access to mental health care is even harder for older people, leading to accusations of ageism. Depression affects 22% of men and 28% of women aged over 65 in England, but […]
Men more likely to experience work-related mental health problems
Mind, the leading mental health charity, has just reported on survey indicating that men are twice as likely to have mental health problems due to their job, compared to problems outside of work. One in three men (32%) attribute poor mental health to their job. That’s more than double the men (14%) who say it’s […]
The truth about eating disorders in older women
Mention anorexia or bulimia and most people will immediately think of teenagers, and probably of teenage girls. But new research shows eating disorders such as these are secretly blighting the lives of a large number of older women, perhaps 3% of them. That apparently small percentage translates into hundreds, if not thousands, of women across […]
Would counselling help me?
Would seeing a counsellor help me? Probably, yes. And almost certainly at some point in your life. Counselling is about change, and there are always things in our lives, feelings and relationships which we would like to be different for us. Seeing a counsellor can provide us with the space, time and security to talk […]
Is depression and anxiety in new fathers forgotten?
A recent survey suggests that fathers might be the forgotten gender when it comes to mental health issues during and after pregnancy. A poll of 2000 new mothers and fathers by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) showed that a quarter of men said they experienced depression or anxiety during or after their partner’s pregnancy. […]
Facing up to anxiety tougher for younger adults.
Research from Mind, the mental health charity, has found that four in five 18 to 34 year olds put on a brave face when they are anxious. Despite this one in five admitted to crying in the past week because of anxiety. The Mind poll also revealed that a quarter of this age group feels […]
Face-time helps ward off depression
Replacing face-to-face contact with friends and family with emails, text messages and phone calls could increase the risk of depression for older people, a major study suggests. Research on 11,000 adults by Michigan University reported in the Daily Telegraph found that those who meet friends and family at least three times a week are far […]
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