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Cities can be your main cause of stress. You should put your mind at rest by getting your mental health checkeded out by your GP. Why




1 in 4 people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year. It is estimated that approximately 450 million people worldwide have a mental health problem, and one of them could be you. Between 8-12% of population experience depression in any year, studies show that cities can be linked with depression as they often determine your lifestyle. Depression and other common mental health problems could lead to self-harm and eventually suicide if left untreated, so don’t hesitate call the number above and get your mental health checked.

For some people, drugs are a shot-term solution used to get them over an immediate crisis. For other people, drugs are an ongoing longterm treatment that enables them to live with severe and enduring mental health problems. Many people do not want to stay on medication for years, but it can help some people to lead the kind of lives they want to lead, without relapses and re-admission to hospital. Some people are reluctant to take medication at all, and doctors also vary in how often the prescribe it, and it what does. All kinds of treatment have some placebo effected and some drugs trials have found only slight differences between the effects of placebos and active drugs. Although medication is easier to administer than talking therapies or exercise programmes, for example - which are also effective for many mental health problems - most have side effects and people may have problems when they stop taking the medication. Abuse of medication that has been prescribed to treat mental health problem can cause additional problems.

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