Tag: depression

‘For Men To Talk’ Group launches virtual meetings

For Men To Talk was set up by Luke Newman, a husband and father from Potton, Bedfordshire. He started it to help to get men talking about their anxiety, depression and grief.

A study by the Men’s Health Forum suggests that men may be more likely to lack some of the known precursors of good mental health, such as the emotional support of friends and family.

Adding that 12.5% of all men in the UK are suffering with a mental health disorder. It is not unmanly to be suffering with a mental illness.

A study by the Men’s Health Forum suggests that men may be more likely to lack some of the known precursors of good mental health, such as the emotional support of friends and family.

Adding that 12.5% of all men in the UK are suffering with a mental health disorder. It is not unmanly to be suffering with a mental illness.

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University of Bedfordshire to explore impact of exercise in treating depression in teenagers

A collaborative research team led by the University of Hertfordshire along with the University of Bedfordshire, University of East Anglia, Norwich Clinical Trials Unit, local mental trusts and sports partnerships have won a £2.27m contract from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to investigate if exercise is a beneficial treatment for mild to moderate depression in young people aged 13-17.

The multi-disciplinary research trial will include health, psychology, and exercise researchers and practitioners from the School of Life and Medical Sciences and the School of Health and Social Work (University of Hertfordshire), the Research Centre for Health, Wellbeing and Behaviour Change (University of Bedfordshire), Norwich Clinical Trials Unit and the University of East Anglia.

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