Mental Health

Mental health is one of the least talked about and most neglected areas of health. And yet, most people will suffer with at least one mental health problem throughout their lives. The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) recently promised to transform mental health services by 2020. How will they do this? By offering extensive supportive services that are easily accessible? Or will doctors get further free reign to prescribe dangerous and ineffective antidepressant drugs to patients who may not need them?

There are no quick and fast answers when it comes to solving these problems. Breaking down social stigma is certainly a good starting point. Here at the Daily Health we hope to shed some light on how these problems can be tackled – for one, we believe the over-prescription of antidepressant drugs may be part of the problem, coupled with the overdiagnosis of what are considered to be childhood behavioural problems, like ADHD.

Latest Articles in Mental Health

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Experts Question Whether ADHD Even Exists

Last year, I told you about Dr. Leon Eisenberg - the 'father' of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Eisenberg was a leader in child psychiatry and was revered in...

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Paracetamol Linked To ADHD

In the past, we've highlighted the numerous dangers linked to paracetamol (acetaminophen) - the widely used over-the-counter painkiller. Even though this drug is regarded by most d...

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ADHD Can Affect Sufferers Well Into Adulthood

Last week, I briefly told you about a study that showed how behavioural problems like Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can follow children into adulthood. The resear...

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Why Having A Pint Is Good For Men’s Mental Health

I'm sure this is the excuse men have been waiting for... Going to the pub with good friends can benefit your mental health. And ladies, I know this might be a hard one to swallow b...

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Mental Health: A Positive Attitude Can Protect Against Heart Disease And Cancer

There's the old adage 'Laugh and the world laughs with you... Cry and you cry alone'. And there are songs with titles like 'Don't worry, be happy', 'Always look on the bright side...

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Reversing Depression Without Antidepressants

Previously, I told you about Prof. Chris Dowrick, Professor of Primary Medical Care at Liverpool University, speaking out against the over-diagnosis of depression and the over-pres...

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