Here are five common falsehoods: 1 Mental health problems
are not common FACTS: 1 in 4 people in the UK experience a mental health problem
2Children 2 Children don't suffer mental health problems
FACTS: One in 10 children up to the age of 15 has a mental health problem
From April, people needing treatment for a mental health problem
will be able to choose where they get their care.
More than one out of five Americans has a health problem
that prevents them from doing the same things as others their age.
Survey results show that 77 percent of people with a mental health problem
actively tell their partners about their mental health, and only 5 percent of those people said their partners broke up with them when they heard about their condition.
This comes as new research has shown that only one in four people who have experienced a mental health problem
have received a get well card during their illness, even though 80% say that a card would be a good way for others to let them know they are thinking of them.
We did find that as children got older, the likelihood that they would experience a mental health problem
decreased, perhaps indicating that as children get older they are better able to adjust to their asthma without experiencing psychological difficulties," Dr Robinson said.
Evidence suggests at least 30% of all people with a long-term condition have a mental health problem
IT'S quite possible you, or a friend, family member or colleague will experience a mental health problem
One in four of Scots will experience a mental health problem
at some point in our lives and around three quarters of us know someone with a mental health problem
To measure whether there is an association between food insufficiency and health problem
indicators, we carried out logistic regressions for the whole sample with health outcomes as dependent variables.
One in four people will be affected by a mental health problem
at some stage.