Mental health is at a problem juncture in the U.K. Pre-pandemic, the countries faced a mental health crisis, and COVID-19 served to deepen it. Now, the cost-of-living crisis risks tipping the state of mental health in the U.K., as found with poorer people being twice as likely to experience depression as a result of rising costs.


A further factor is that men and women experience mental health differently. While women are more likely to experience mental health conditions, the consequences can be more serious for men and suicide is the biggest cause of death for men under 45.


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