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The age groups feeling the most stress are 18-24 year olds and 25-49 year olds

Only 14% of men would not talk to anyone about their mental health

Millions of British men would not talk to anyone at all if they suffered from mental health issues.

New research by 24/7 Pest Control for Men’s Health Week has found that 14% of men in the UK would not talk to anybody about their mental health problems.

That equates to more than 3.6 million men who would avoid discussing a mental health issue, despite public health campaigns...

Almost 90% of people aged 18-34 say they currently feel stressed

18-34's three times more likely to be stressed than over 65's

YOUNGER BRITS are almost THREE times more likely to say they are feeling stressed than the older generations, according to new research.

Almost 90% of people aged 18-34 say they currently feel stressed, compared to just a third of people aged 65+. Younger Brits are feeling the pressure in all parts of their lives rating their stress ‘generally’ at a 3 out of 5 in new stress-scale...

Google searches for ‘how to manage stress at work’ have been on the rise

Employees in This Industry Are Most Likely to be Stressed

Google searches for ‘how to manage stress at work’ rising by 40% in the past few weeks in the UK* TheKnowledgeAcademy.com set out to find which industry sector is most likely to be stressed due to two common factors that lead to stress: being underpaid and overworked. Here are the results:

Which industry is most likely to have stressed workers?

Education is the industry most...

Top tips to stay stress free

Heart Research UK Healthy tip - Stress Awareness

Healthy Tip: Stress Awareness

Everyone has experienced stress at some point in their life. Stress typically occurs when we are unable to meet the demands being placed on us, whether this be at work or in our personal lives.

Whilst short-term stress is a normal response to pressure or increased demand, a prolonged increase in stress levels can have negative effects on our...

1 in 5 Brits contemplate quitting their job due to work-related nightmares

The pandemic has changed so much in the last year, especially for employees that have had to make the switch from working in an office to working from home. While there are certainly perks to this, many are also finding a few drawbacks, including the impact that it is having on sleep.

Workplace Nightmares Common

Interestingly, a survey conducted by business card printing...

Cuddling our dogs help reduce stress

Cuddling our four-legged friends helps reduce stress

Racking up millions of views on YouTube, ‘Cute Dog’ compilations seem to tug on our heartstrings when we need them the most.

With recent studies showing that watching videos of cute dogs and puppies can reduce stress, Pet Department at OnBuy wanted to find out if cuddling our four-legged friends could reduce stress even more, and if so, which breed makes you feel most relaxed....

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This is what stress does to your skin, hair and nails

Stress can be an all-consuming beast. Not only does it overwhelm your brain, but it can have a physical impact, too.

If the current crisis is constantly on your mind, you may have noticed some changes in your body. You might be getting more break-outs when you normally have clear skin, perhaps your hair is feeling limp or falling out, or maybe your nails are breaking more easily....

Worried about your child’s mental health? Here’s how to spot the early signs

Children as young as six are suffering from stress. Claire Spreadbury talks to Dr Preethi Daniel about the warning signs, and how you can help.

It’s all too easy for families to get caught up in the Ferris wheel of life. And it’s not just the adults who are struggling to keep up. If you Google ‘depression in children’, the NHS will tell you that one in four young people will...

Feeling stressed? 5 ways it could be affecting your skin, according to experts

We all know the emotional and physical symptoms of too much stress – exhaustion, sleepless nights and falling ill more often are all sure signs that you're running on empty and need to slow down.

Another way to determine whether your body is struggling to handle your hectic lifestyle? Take a look in the mirror.

"Stress and anger can be felt on the skin," says Beiersdorf's Dr...

Feeling stressed? 5 ways it could be affecting your skin, according to experts

Katie Wright asks skin specialists for tips on dealing with stress-related issues.

We all know the emotional and physical symptoms of too much stress – exhaustion, sleepless nights and falling ill more often are all sure signs that you’re running on empty and need to slow down.

Another way to determine whether your body is struggling to handle your hectic lifestyle? Take a...

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