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One in four people have been diagnosed with a mental illness

Sky Sharma Foundation is a UK based charity which is focusing on ending the stigma and taboo surrounding Mental Health today, we believe in educating and improving the emotional, physical and mental wellbeing of children, teenagers and adults.
 
One in four of us will experience mental health problems every year, right now one of your friends, colleagues or loved ones is going through it.
Those who are suffering mental illness are made to feel worthless, isolated and are ashamed to seek help.
 
Being open to mental health can break down any stigma surrounding it, the way we all think and act makes a real difference and can change the life of individual suffering.
 
Depression, Anxiety, Phobias and OCD are the most common diagnosis for Mental Illness, where as Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, Personality disorders and Eating disorders are diagnosed as serious conditions.
 
The S S F team are working hard towards helping individuals suffering from mental health by breaking the silence and getting the nation talking as well as providing support every step of the way.
 
 

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Abuse of mentally ill patients by NHS staff 'jumps by 88% in two years'

Abuse of mentally ill patients by NHS staff 'jumps by 88% in two years'

Freedom of Information figures reveals spike in incidents from 106 in 2013/14 to 199 in 2015/16, found abuse incidents recorded by mental health trusts.

August 15th, 2017
Midwives call for 'urgent' funding for mental health care for new mothers

Midwives call for 'urgent' funding for mental health care for new mothers

There is an "urgent need" for more funding for mental health care for expectant and new mothers, leading midwives have said.
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August 15th, 2017
Third of UK workers experiencing anxiety, depression or stress, survey finds

Third of UK workers experiencing anxiety, depression or stress, survey finds

Two in five employees say they have taken time off work or reduced their responsibilities due to their health.

A third of the UK workforce is experiencing anxiety, depression, or stress, according to a survey of employees in junior and senior roles.

August 15th, 2017
Ambulance call-outs for mental health patients in England soar by 23%

Ambulance call-outs for mental health patients in England soar by 23%

Figures show paramedics helped 30,000 more people experiencing a mental health crisis in 2016-17 compared with 2014-15
 

August 15th, 2017