Lots of us are unaware that we’re at risk from type 2 diabetes.
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week (14th-20th May) asks us if we’re coping with stress.
Most of us feel anxious in certain situations, like starting a new job or a performance review.
59% of us experience workplace stress which contributes to feelings of anxiety, disrupted concentration and lower productivity.
How are you?
One in six of us will feel a financial pinch during January due to overspending over the festive season, according to the Money Advice Trust.
As we approach the end of the year, the shops look festive, the adverts are upbeat and everyone seems to be looking forward to a break.
Research from AXA tells us that, in a typical week, more than four in five of us feel stressed at some point and 8% of us feel constantly stressed.
With one in five of us diagnosed with depression at some point in our lives we think it’s worth highlighting a few things.
If you’re having problems with your mental health at work, you’re not alone. Every year, mental health problems cause 300,000 of us to leave our jobs.