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University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day

February 18, 2015 by Works with Water
University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day

February 18th is University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day. This is an opportunity to get people talking about student mental health, and to improve understanding about how to look after your own mental health.

University is supposed to be the time of your life, but the reality for some students is far different. For many young people this is the first time that they have moved away from home, they will be around new peers and experiencing completely a new way of living.

Some will find it hard to make friends, they may not get on well with their housemates, they may be dissatisfied with their course or they may regret their decision to enter higher education all together.

It is not surprising then that in 2013 studies showed that the number of university students seeking counselling rose by 33%, and that in a report by the National Union of Students 20% of students consider themselves to have a mental health problem.

Sarah* from the Manchester Metropolitan University was diagnosed with anxiety during her degree, she said:

“There were times when I couldn’t breathe. I had deadline after deadline, while struggling to make new friends, deal with messy housemates and maintain a long distance relationship. I felt like I was being pulled in 100 different directions.

“It did not help that I had awful acne, I knew that whenever I met someone new they were staring right at me…my self-esteem was at an all-time low. I found it hard to speak with people and eventually began hiding in my room. I literally just could not cope and began having anxiety attacks.”

According to a recent study conducted by the British Skin Foundation 63% of acne sufferers reported a fall in self-confidence due to the condition …when starting university it is integral that you put yourself out there and attempt to connect with your peers, it is a lot harder to do this when your self-esteem is in tatters due to something out of your control.

Having a stress free way of dealing with acne will at least rid your mind of one worry. Help: clear skin will at least get acne of your mind. You can help to reduce the formation of acne spots, whiteheads, blackheads and blemishes from the inside out with the natural skin supplements help: clear skin and help: clear skin MEN formulated with 100% natural and clinically proven ingredients: Natural Lactoferrin, High Extract Aloe Vera and Zinc Gluconate.

For more information about University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day visit: http://www.studentminds.org.uk/uni-mental-health-day.html

Statistic Sources:

http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2013/oct/10/university-students-seeking-counselling-mental-health-uk

http://www.nus.org.uk/en/news/20-per-cent-of-students-consider-themselves-to-have-a-mental-health-problem/

http://www.britishskinfoundation.org.uk/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=i2bE2n4c8m0%3D&tabid=172

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