New studies indicate people are seeking help by talking about their problems

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Some 48 per cent say they should make more time to talk. Through powerful words and actions, we can shift the social and systemic barriers for those living with mental health conditions. People don't want to talk about their mental health to their line manager because, first, there's still a fundamental issue with the way we talk about it. We find it much easier to talk about other people's depression or anxiety than our own. This has led to a 40 per cent increase in mental health inpatients being taken to hospitals out of their local area, away from their family and friends. Depression and anxiety have a significant economic impact; the estimated cost to the global economy is US$ 1 trillion per year in lost productivity.

Recently, World Health Organization (WHO) declared that depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide.

UNM Student Health & Counseling (SHAC) will offer free screenings for UNM students on Tuesday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. - 2 the Student Union Building (SUB) Atrium and at SHAC. We need to keep up the good work.

"As well as speaking to people with experience of mental illness, Time2Listen will also consult with professionals and support agencies working within the criminal justice system, such as police officers, probation officers and mental health workers".

"It's important that the media take up mental health and advocate for it seriously".

If you are aware of an employee who is going through a hard time in their personal life, you could offer them the chance to work from home a few days a week or temporarily change their hours to help relieve some of the pressure.

Meanwhile, Lee said it was time to introduce a mental health assessment system following the rise in various issues among the community lately. We must make sure people can access the support they need. This can also impact the wellbeing and mental health of their employees. Everyone in the team is entitled to a "Stress Day Off" so that they can use these leaves to take time off to pay heed to their mental well-being and also simply to blow off some steam.

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Nationally we have seen a reduction in the number of psychiatric hospital beds, while the number of people in need of a bed has risen. I have noticed that stress levels are soaring because of increase in expectations.

Protect mental health by reducing work-related risk factors; Promote mental health by developing the positive aspects of work and the strengths of employees and Address mental health problems regardless of cause.

Summary: The theme of the World Mental Health Day this year was - Mental Health in work Place, said Indian Psychiatrists Society state president Vishal Indla. This will allow the precursors to mental health conditions to be identified at an early stage and remedied.

In January 2017, British Safety Council helped to launch the Mates in Mind programme, which provides information, support and training on mental health for the construction industry.

'Mental health first aid gives people the skills to help others as well as protect one's own mental health, so this is a very exciting step'.

Conclusion: During our adult lives, a large proportion of our time is spent at work.

Investing in the mental wellbeing of your staff can help retain excellent employees while creating a more supportive, open culture.



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