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Is our desire for constant change leading to an anxious generation?        

Mental health is finally getting the recognition and attention is deserves, but while awareness increases, so it seems, does the number of people affected. Why?

Over the last few years mental health; raising awareness of mental health and the support available, has grown.But while we’re talking about it more, and are much more accepting of mental health as a debilitating condition, the number of people affected continues to rise.

In 1990, there were over 400 million people living with depression or anxiety worldwide. By 2013, this number rose to 615 million. In fact in the UK, an estimated one in four adults will experience a mental health problem each year (that’s more than 16 million people!).

Why is this number rising?

The cause is unknown, but there are a number of environmental and psychological factors thought to contribute to anxiety, panic attacks, and other mental health problems. Life experiences in particular can have...

Anxiety – You’re not alone!

We look at some well-known faces who suffer anxiety.


We will all experience a form of anxiety in our lives and sometimes it can feel as though we are completely alone.

But it is important to remember that you are not alone. Even the stars we see on TV, appearing confident and in control, will suffer bouts of anxiety.

Who else suffers?

Recently, singer Selena Gomez announced she would be taking a break to deal with anxiety, panic attacks and depression. Living with Lupus, Gomez discovered that anxiety can be a side-effect of the condition, so has taken time off to focus on her health and happiness.

Zayn Malik, former member of One Direction, cancelled a show in Dubai due to what he explains is ‘extreme anxiety’. In a message sent to fans, Malik explains how while he is learning how to deal with nerves, he didn’t feel comfortable playing a live show.

Many well-known faces, including Britney Spears, David Beckham and Adele have spoken publicly about their...

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