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Millennials are considered an anxious generation, which is often attributed to an obsession with technology, overbearing parents and the stress that comes with trying to fit into a social media-driven world. But, according to experts, the anxiety and often depression experienced by young adults lies in uncertainty
Mental Health Europe (MHE) will mark World Mental Health Day (10 October 2018) by bringing together young people, politicians and experts to discuss mental health – the focus for this year’s World Mental Health Day
We all have mental health and sometimes, like our physical health, it can become unwell. Mental health is just as important as physical health – and tending to our invisible ailments needs the same level of intentionality as a visible illness. But what should managers do to make sure their employees' mental health is taken care of?
World Mental Health Day, celebrated every year on the 10th of October, gives us the opportunity to pause and reflect on the widespread prevalence of mental-ill health within the workplace – and recognise what steps can be taken to support mental wellbeing
Emma Bullen from MHR provides practical advice on how managers can initiate conversations about mental health with employees and create a positive culture around mental wellbeing in the workplace on World Mental Health Day
Sarah Bateup, Chief Clinical Officer at Ieso Digital Health, introduces the first in a two-part series of articles demonstrating how combining mental health treatments with physical treatments can have a positive effect on the overall wellbeing and outcomes for patients
People succeeding in acting adaptively under extreme stress or unfavorable conditions have considerably higher chances to sustainably stay healthy.
Public Health England have released a report which shows those suffering with severe mental illnesses experience worse physical health compared to the general population.
Claudia Marinetti, Director from Mental Health Europe gauges if Europe can meet the emerging challenges around mental health.
Poor mental health in the UK is a pressing national problem that needs immediate attention. Unfortunately, one does not need to look far to find cases of professionals suffering from mental health issues
Open Access Government investigates the link between diabetes and mental health.
New research, from Westfield Health, has found over one in ten of working brits have purposefully taken a nap at work, and over a third say their mental wellbeing is reduced due to tiredness and fatigue
Time-poor UK workers are not doing anything to relieve stress outside of work - ironically often due to not having the time - according to new research
Job security, workplace mental health, and how well-supported workers feel by their employer, should be monitored annually by the government, a report led by the RSA and the Carnegie UK Trust recommends
A new wellbeing subscription service is launched this week which aims to tackle the biggest issue facing education today – school mental health
With what feels like an ongoing struggle with achieving the ideal work-life balance, recent research shows that two-thirds of British employees are not happy with their work-life balance. Sure, it’s not easy to achieve, but the work-life balance isn’t a myth
Conor Todd, Head of Marketing at FreeOfficeFinder, discusses his views on why companies may not be addressing mental health in the workplace as much as they should and how they can offer help to their employees
Vulnerable offenders with mental health, alcohol and substance abuse issues are addressing the underlying cause of their offending, as part of a pioneering scheme announced by Justice Secretary David Gauke today
Mental health is one of the biggest causes of sickness absence in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics. And a new white paper for employers, published by credit information provider Equifax, underlines the impact of financial worries on the mental health of workers
The Blue Badge scheme has now been extended to cover people with hidden disabilities and is the biggest change to the system in the last 40 years.