With 1 in 6 of us suffering from a mental health problem at any one time, you'd think we'd know all about it - but is that really the case? Browse our useful tips and articles on how to spot the signs of depression and anxiety. We’ve also pulled together some common myths about mental health – and the truth behind them to help you separate fact from fiction…
The busy times that we live in can sometimes cause clutter in our minds which can quite often lead to stress, anxiety and depression.
Talking about mental health is a big step in spreading awareness and dispelling some of the myths and stigma that surrounds it.
We’ve pulled together some common myths about mental health – and the truth behind them to help you separate fact from fiction
More myths about mental health go under the microscope, as we separate fact from fiction.
It is estimated that about one in 100 people will have one episode of schizophrenia. Find out more about this illness with our Q&A.
Many of us suffer from anxiety but are you aware that anxiety is one of the most common forms of mental illness?
Everyone feels anxious at times. If these feelings start to become overwhelming, it could be a problem that you need to address.
Stress and anxiety are an unwelcome part of modern life for millions of people. Is the cure within us?
Stress is a huge problem in Britain, accounting for 40% of all work-related illnesses in 2011 – 2012.
Depression is a common mental disorder which can cause people to experience a variety of symptoms.
Feel like you’re constantly on the go? It could be time to slow down and learn how to practise mindfulness.
Following member feedback we have recently launched our new look psychological wellbeing service.
Are you stressed? The HSE sets out some common signs of stress that sufferers may recognise.
Every year, one in four people will have a mental health problem. If you feel that depression or anxiety may be taking hold, these suggestions may help.
It’s good to talk, but many people with a mental health problem can find it hard to open up. Learn how ‘Time to Talk Day’ aims to change that.