Statistics of Mental Health Problems in the UK and Worldwide

Mental health problems are increasingly becoming a huge concern to the public not only in the UK but around the world.

Mental Health Foundation’s research proved that 26% of women between the ages of 16 and 24 are most likely to experience mental health problem than their male contemporaries (9%). The most common mental problem with a higher rates in the UK and worldwide are bipolar disorder, self-harm, post-traumatic stress disorder and further mental health problems. The most worrying side of mental problems are among those 1/3 of people who suffers mental health problem and does not sought any professional help at all.

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Depression

If your body weight is 15% less than a normal weight, and compelled yourself to eat far less than what is required to your body  and possibly exercise excessively  because you are convinced you are overweight, (more…)

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