Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Health Care | By Edgar Pierce

Children Should Be Protected From Mental Illness

Children Should Be Protected From Mental Illness

Having good mental health can help us feel and function better, have more positive relationships with those around us and deal with and manage hard times now and into the future.

World Mental Health Day is an opportunity for us all to raise awareness of mental health in workplaces across the country and to recommit our focus to ensuring mental health continues to be a priority in every workplace. "We need their voices to shape their future in the right way, using their creativity and energy to make change".

These are the most common mental health issues that are associated with life in an office.

Wednesday's meeting - hosted by Health Secretary Matt Hancock and attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - coincides with World Mental Health Day. The tips below are universal principles created to support a diverse range of people across a range of workplaces.

Around 75% of cases of mental illness start before a child reaches their 18th birthday, while 50% of mental health problems in adults, aside from dementia, take root before the age of 15.

However, he then went on to complete his statement before he was interrupted, explaining how he thinks Mental Health treatment could be improved further.

We, at The Chronicle, would like to suggest to the authorities of schools to put in place measures to safe guard the health of our children placed under their care.

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Dr Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet journal, said: "The Commission calls out the shameful and shocking treatment of people with mental ill health around the world". "Suicide is a leading cause of death in young people". Hopefully, the fact that many more organisations are raising awareness of mental health issues across their workforces (51% in 2018 versus 31% in 2016) is fostering a more open culture where employees are more willing to talk about their mental health. "Our campaign helps you take your mental health into your own hands, so you can protect and improve your own mental health and that of others".

The public spending watchdog also warned that the number of young people with a mental health condition is likely to be higher than previously estimated, which will make government ambitions harder to realise.

Community is calling on employers across the United Kingdom to run mental health first aid training for employees.

The Dubai Government's push to remove the stigma attached to mental health through its "Happy Lives, Healthy Communities" strategy has spurred action among stakeholders in the health industry. In Australia it is working with beyondblue, and in the United Kingdom it supports the Samaritans. It recommends the delivery of psychosocial interventions by community health workers, peers and a range of other providers, such as teachers and the clergy, as well as medical professionals working in primary care, to provide the foundation of the mental health care system.

"The mental health support that's available via group risk protection products is, quite simply, fantastic".

This would include specially trained "mental health first aiders" who would be able to spot early symptoms, know what to say to someone who is struggling and tell them where to get support.

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