NEWS AND RESEARCH

Male mental health issues are rising. As Prince Harry launches his TV series, two writers explain why they got treatment in their twenties and a therapist reveals the benefits

Researchers who polled 500 mums and dads of children aged 6 to 11 found 35 per cent have observed higher levels of anxiety in their kids during lockdown.

Experts said the research has implications for reversing declining mental health in young people in a Covid-19 era.

Students will be returning five months after they left for the Christmas holidays

One in five adults in Britain have experienced symptoms of depression during the pandemic, with young people, disabled people and renters hit the hardest, according to official figures

A year ago, we were told to stay at home and only leave if absolutely necessary.  

STAFFORDSHIRE STUDENT WHO BATTLED MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND EATING DISORDER SPEAKS OUT

She says the pandemic has affected a lot of young people by disrupting their education

"IT'S BROKEN ME": UK STUDENTS ON FINANCIAL STRAIN IN THE PANDEMIC

Three students describe the hardship caused by rent and other costs and lack of work.

MENTAL HEALTH: MORE SUPPORT NEEDED FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS

Figures show the pandemic is taking a toll on the wellbeing of postgraduate students, but finding help is not always straightforward.

AWARENESS OF MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT

Whilst the National Union of Students said young people were under increasing pressure to perform, fortunately there has been a rise in University students seeking mental health support by more than 50% in five years.  

EFFECTIVENESS OF SUPPORT DEPENDS ON MENTEE-MENTOR RELATIONSHIP

Thematic analysis identified that effective mentoring requires a tailored partnership, which involves a personal relationship, empowerment, and building bridges into the university experience. Mentoring can effectively support students with ASD and/or MHC, but this is highly dependent on the development of tailored mentee-mentor partnerships.

ACADEMIC PRESSURE A MAJOR FACTOR IN MENTAL HEALTH OF YOUNG PEOPLE

Research by the NEU have shown a clear increase in the number of pupils experiencing mental health issues. “Just last month, 73% of teachers told us they believe student mental health has worsened since the introduction of reformed GCSEs. This is borne out by the Young Minds survey, which shows that school pressure was the top reason these young people turned for help with their mental health, bigger than concerns over body image, bullying or social media.”.

 

MITOCHONDRIA MAY HOLD KEYS TO ANXIETY AND MENTAL HEALTH

Research hints that the energy-generating organelles of cells may play a surprisingly pivotal role in mediating anxiety and depression.

 

HOW TO MANAGE BACK-TO-UNI ANXIETY

Five tips to help you manage anxiety when returning or starting university amid the COVID-19 pandemic

 

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