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Mental Health – are we ready to move from talk to action?

A recent survey by the Mental Health Foundation found that nearly two-thirds of people say they have experienced a mental health problem. More than four in 10 people say they have experienced depression and over a quarter of people say they have experienced panic attacks. In fact just 13 per cent of individuals live with high levels of good mental health, with people aged 55 and above being the most likely to take positive action to help themselves deal better with everyday life.

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