Young people aged 16 to 24 are more affected than other age groups by mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, yet are least likely to seek support, according to research from Aviva.
The group's Wellbeing Report said young adults were almost twice as likely not to seek any support (13% versus 7%) compared with their older counterparts. Overall, it found half (50%) of UK adults would feel uncomfortable or unsure about telling others if they experienced a mental health problem. Almost the same proportion (47%) of UK adults are currently experiencing or have recovered from a past mental health condition themselves. Across the UK, stress was found to be the most common mental...
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