Depending on where you are, the support for PND sufferers is either "completely supportive" or virtually nonexistent
We are only beginning to unravel the genetic and biochemical basis of mental illness – a vague term including conditions as diverse as anxiety, depression, and mood and psychotic disorders. With millions of people suffering from such conditions, it is crucial that we find ways to improve diagnosis and treatment. But an increasing body of scientific evidence is now suggesting that we should turn our attention to one of our most basic functions: sleep.
'You want to have a treatment that's going to bring you out of depression and keep you well'
Dr Hayley Dare was ridiculed after revealing culture of bullying and harassment at West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Getting referred to a good treatment programme is hitting the mental health jackpot. Until I win that jackpot, I’m going with a “whatever gets me through the day” approach
Charities have warned that the Government's approach is failing
The study by suicide prevention charity Calm said 42 per cent of men had considered taking their own lives
The new campaign is being led by Norman Lamb, Alastair Campbell and Andrew Mitchell
The push comes amid a background of cuts to mental health services, however
The deputy chief inspector of hospitals called the results "disappointing"
When it comes to diagnosing and treating bipolar disorder in children, there have been concerns that feelings such as anger, anxiety and shyness may be pathologised, when they should be seen as part of a child’s normal, yet idiosyncratic developmental trajectory
The UN predicts that by 2050 two-thirds of the global population will live in cities - so what are the affects?
I would like children, but can the love and care I’d give them negate the neuroses I might also pass on?
Two of the main triggers for self-destructive behaviour involve a desire to feel something, and to in some way brand the skin. Temporary tattoos actually have the capacity to solve both of these issues – the sensory experience of using cold water to transfer the tattoo to yourself, and the visual experience of having a tangible, but ultimately harmless, mark on your skin
He is described as white, 5ft 11ins and stocky
A study showed cyberbullying has become so commonplace that more than half of children in Britain accept that it is part of everyday life