In The News08 Mar 2010
Six out of ten people have suffered mental health problems
Six out of 10 people (62%) in Britain have had at least one time in their life where they found it difficult to cope mentally, according to a survey published today.
Mental health charity Together said the figures showed there should be an end to a “them and us” attitude to the topic.
The research, commissioned to launch the charity’s annual Mental Wellbeing Week, found that 70% of people had suffered stress, 59% anxiety and 55% depression.
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