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Groundbreaking new platform launched to support mental health

09 October 2019

"We need to bridge the divide between physical and mental health services to ensure those with severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes do not have their physical care needs overlooked".

Gillian Anderson, Davina McCall, Nadiya Hussain, Glenn Close, and Will Young have all contributed voiceovers. People are encouraged to visit the Every Mind Matters website to create a free personalised action plan designed to help manage their anxiety, stress, low mood and trouble sleeping.

All over the country, millions of us face challenges to our mental health.

Early signs include feeling anxious, stressed, low moods or poor sleeping patters.

"Harry continues: ".your brother, your mother, your colleague, or your neighbour. Waiting, wondering, hoping, hurting.

Public Health England is investigating the crash, which could be due to an increase in traffic. "Nothing we can do about it".

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Meghan picks up where her husband leaves off, assuring viewers "there's a new way to help turn things around" when facing mental health struggles.

Every Mind Matters offers a range of useful resources that help people spot the signs of common mental health concerns.

The platform, which has been endorsed by the Royal College of Global Positioning System, will allow users to take a health quiz and offer them a personalised "mind plan" with practical tips around managing anxiety, low mood, sleep and stress.

We all have mental health just as we all have physical health, and it can vary from good to poor.

The ad aired simultaneously on various British networks Monday.

The royals each recorded their piece individually at their homes at Kensington Palace and Frogmore Cottage in September.

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Prince Harry and Meghan sparked fears of a royal rift when they cut all ties with The Royal Foundation in May - a charity set up by Prince William and Harry more than a decade ago.

The royal "Fab Four" are back together.

Both the Sussexes and Cambridges have been involved in initiatives involving mental health, with Health Secretary Matt Hancock sharing the couples' "bravery" at a screening of the new film.

Over the past few years there's been a profound sea change in public attitudes and awareness about mental health.

He continued: "This is one of the most clear examples of them taking that lead and they do so much for so many people".

PHE chief executive Duncan Selbie further noted: "Every Mind Matters aims to help people to better handle life's ups and downs".

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Diabetes UK has revealed that half of the 73,000 people diagnosed with severe mental illness and Type 2 diabetes in England and Wales are not receiving checks that could help prevent complications. "It's about reaching people with the help that they're looking for".

Groundbreaking new platform launched to support mental health