The number of people admitted to hospital with alcohol-related behavioural disorders has risen by 94% in the last ten years.
“You see photos on social media and you don’t know whether she’s born with it or maybe it’s a filter."
The struggle with anxiety has no name, age or race, but each of these factors plays a role in the way it is perceived in society. Abacus Canada conducted a study of 1,500 Canadians to weigh opinions on anxiety, and one of the standout findings revealed a pattern among those who practice particular religions. Individuals who identified as Muslim, Sikh, Jewish and Hindu faiths widely agreed – an average of 70 per cent of the time – that anxiety was curable. ...
It’s World Mental Health Day, and with it will no doubt come the usual remarks from critics around there being “more need for services than conversations” and how “mental health has become a trend”. Of course simply talking about mental health does not magically increase services – but given that MPs rely on popularity, surely awareness days can be used to actually effect change. Considering the number of people involved in supporting World Mental Health Day, I’d say that activists have got a pretty captive audience to engage with.
"I felt powerless. Your world becomes smaller and smaller, and you can't breathe, which is the worst feeling I've ever had."
Many believe that consuming the placenta has real benefits for the mental health of mothers...
Serena Williams opens up about her postnatal "emotions" after admitting she struggles to balance motherhood with her tennis career.