1. World Mental Health Day: Rehab centres grounded as 60m Nigerians suffer mental disorder  Daily Trust
  2. The grief over my daughter's suicide never ends, but I can help other junior doctors  The Guardian
  3. World Mental Health Day 2019: Nearly one in five young people say they are not happy, study finds  The Independent
  4. The myth of the stress-free holiday – and why travel can be bad for your mental health  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. 7 Thoughtful Posts That Show Why Mental Health Is So Important  NDTV News
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Nigeria suffers from serious shortage of mental health workers, with less than one psychiatrist to one million people, Daily Trust investigations have shown. This is as the 2019 World Mental Health Day is being marked across the globe, with a focus on Suicide Prevention.ADVERTISEMENT Findings show that the country currently has about 200 psychiatrists to […]

World Mental Health Day: Rehab centres grounded as 60m Nigerians suffer mental disorder – Daily Trust

DENISE WELCH spoke about her 30 year battle with depression on Loose Women today as the panel chatted about mental health. She explained she called it an “unwelcome guest,” which drained the colour from her life. DENISE WELCH spoke about her 30 year battle with depression on Loose Women today as the panel chatted about mental health. She explained she called it an “unwelcome guest,” which drained the colour from her life.

Denise Welch bravely opens up on battle with depression on Loose Women | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV | Express.co.uk

Prescribing contact with nature to people with poor mental health could save nearly £7 for every £1 invested in projects, new research has found.   People experiencing problems, such as anxiety, stress and depression, reported feeling significantly better, both emotionally and physically, after taking part in outdoor nature conservation projects, according to research by LeedsPrescribing contact with nature to people with poor mental health could save nearly £7 for every £1 invested in projects, new research has found.   People experiencing problems, such as anxiety,

‘Nature prescriptions’ would be cheap way to improve country’s mental health, study finds | The Independent

The myth of the stress-free holiday – and why travel can be bad for your mental health

World Mental Health Day is observed every year on October 10 in order to raise awareness about mental health issues. Here are some posts that explain why mental health is important.World Mental Health Day is observed every year on October 10 in order to raise awareness about mental health issues. Here are some posts that explain why mental health is important.

World Mental Health Day 2019: 7 Thoughtful Posts That Show Why Mental Health Is So Important

“Sorry Kangana ko depression ka natak nahin aaya, heroes ke kachche media ke samne nahin sukhaye, instead she played a mental illness patient to perfection made a film on illness and prejudice around it...(Contd)”

Rangoli Chandel on Twitter: "Sorry Kangana ko depression ka natak nahin aaya, heroes ke kachche media ke samne nahin sukhaye, instead she played a mental illness patient to perfection made a film on illness and prejudice around it...(Contd)"

“Millions of people are dealing with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues as I type. It can be frightening and isolating. The stigma and the lack of understanding can make it much worse. We need to be kinder to each other, and to ourselves. #WorldMentalHealthDay”

VEENA MALIK on Twitter: "Millions of people are dealing with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues as I type. It can be frightening and isolating. The stigma and the lack of understanding can make it much worse. We need to be kinder to each other, and to ourselves. #WorldMentalHealthDay"

“It’s #WorldMentalHealthDay and I’m not ashamed of my bipolar depression or anxiety, and neither should anyone else. It’s okay not to be okay. There should be no stigma against mental illness. I know it’s hard to take the steps to recover— to reach out. But you’re not alone. ❤️”

Mica Burton on Twitter: "It’s #WorldMentalHealthDay and I’m not ashamed of my bipolar depression or anxiety, and neither should anyone else. It’s okay not to be okay. There should be no stigma against mental illness. I know it’s hard to take the steps to recover— to reach out. But you’re not alone. ❤️"

“SELF-CARE || Food/nutrients may help to prevent or treat mental health conditions like depression, but when depressed often the last thing you feel able to do is cook a meal from scratch. Here are some practical, easy meal ideas. https://t.co/i2Kyn338JO #WorldMentalHealthDay”

Kimberley Wilson on Twitter: "SELF-CARE || Food/nutrients may help to prevent or treat mental health conditions like depression, but when depressed often the last thing you feel able to do is cook a meal from scratch. Here are some practical, easy meal ideas. https://t.co/i2Kyn338JO #WorldMentalHealthDay… https://t.co/Sw9aps7ytr"

This year, World Mental Health Day is focusing on suicide prevention. Keeping this in mind, the WHO has launched an intervention-based campaign — ‘40 seconds of action’.This year, World Mental Health Day is focusing on suicide prevention. Keeping this in mind, the WHO has launched an intervention-based campaign — ‘40 seconds of action’.

World Mental Health Day: Gaps in Suicide Prevention Measures in Colleges - News18

The road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facingThe road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facing

Mental illness is devastating lives! Do we really care? - Times of India

The road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facingThe road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facing is that of changing the mindset of people as well as communities.

Mental illness is devastating lives! Do we really care? - Times of India

Mental health illnesses should be treated with the same severity as more visible conditionsMental health illnesses should be treated with the same severity as more visible conditions

We are facing a global health crisis that is largely unseen - The National

ONE in four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. And mental illness doesn’t discriminate, touching the lives of people in every corner of society – from t…

World Mental Health Day 2019 – The 8 warning signs your mental health is at risk – and how to tackle it – The Sun

Every year, along with the rest of the world, not-for-profit VOLCOMH observes World Mental Health Day to create awareness among the masses in the stateMizoram experts express concern over increasing suicide cases

Mizoram experts express concern over increasing suicide cases

As the world celebrates World Mental Health Day, let’s take a look at the various times our Bollywood celebs have opened up about suffering from depression and anxiety which are one of the most extensively growing mental illnesses. Deepika Padukone has shared, “I thought it was stress, so I tried to distract myself by focusing on work, and surrounding myself with people, which helped for a while. But the nagging feeling didn't go away. My breath was shallow, I suffered from lack of concentration and I broke down often.” She even started her own initiative called live Live Love Laugh. From Deepika Padukone who shared how she struggled with depression to Hrithik Roshan who also opened up about the illness, take a look at these celebs who have battled with anxiety and depression. As the world celebrates World Mental Health Day, let’s take a look at the various times our Bollywood celebs have opened up about suffering from depression and anxiety which are one of the most extensively growing mental illnesses. Deepika Padukone has shared, “I thought it was stress, so I tried to distract myself by focusing on work, and surrounding myself with people, which helped for a while. But the nagging feeling didn't go away. My breath was shallow, I suffered from lack of concentration and I broke down often.” She even started her own initiative called live Live Love Laugh. From Deepika Padukone who shared how she struggled with depression to Hrithik Roshan who also opened up about the illness, take a look at these celebs who have battled with anxiety and depression.

World Mental Health Day: From Deepika Padukone to Hrithik Roshan, celebs who opened up about depression

A new survey published Monday found that millennials were three times more likely to experience anxiety, and Gen Zers were four times more likely, than baby boomers were.A new survey published Monday found that millennials were three times more likely to experience anxiety, and Gen Zers were four times more likely, than baby boomers were.

50% of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have left their jobs due to mental health reasons | Daily Mail Online

Leaders can take practical steps to prevent issues with anxiety, depression and stress arising in them and their teams.Leaders can take practical steps to prevent issues with anxiety, depression and stress arising in them and their teams.

Daydream And Doodle: How Can Leaders Improve Mental Health?

Depression and "deaths of despair" are on the rise among millennials, many of whom suffer from loneliness, money stress, and burnout in the workplace.Depression and "deaths of despair" are on the rise among millennials, many of whom suffer from loneliness, money stress, and burnout in the workplace.

Lonely, burned out, depressed: The state of millennials' mental health - Business Insider

Safe In Our World is unveiling itself as a mental health charity today for the video games industry. Debuting on World Mental Health Day.Safe In Our World is unveiling itself as a mental health charity today for the video games industry. Debuting on World Mental Health Day.

Safe in Our World debuts charity for mental health in games industry | VentureBeat