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Who Is Most Vulnerable To Mental Health Issues?

Causes and Treatment For Mental Health Problems; Key Considerations. Western societies greatly exaggerate the difference between humans, dividing us into the ‘haves’, ‘have nots’ and ‘have lots’, with the ‘have nots’ being at greater risk of physical and mental health problems including anxiety (including generalised anxiety, social anxiety, phobias, stress and panic attacks), depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders (e.g. anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder) and of being either the perpetrator or victim of certain types of crime, the consequence of which for this group is […]...

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Midlife Crisis

by Dr Emma Gray - 21st January, 2013
Midlife Crisis

Midlife Crisis Towards the middle of our lives we experience a flood of awareness. This can be triggered by any number of events including health problems, divorce, death or children leaving home. At this point in our lives we realise that we have lived at least half of our life, we start to review what we have achieved and consider what is left. We have to come to terms with our limitations and unfulfilled dreams and the ease with which we negotiate this rite of passage depends upon a number […]...

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