Lady Gaga co-writes powerful essay for World Mental Health Day

Lady Gaga attends the premiere of A Star Is Born in Los Angeles California

Lady Gaga attends the premiere of A Star Is Born in Los Angeles California

Lady Gaga penned down a powerful letter about mental health and the stigma that surrounds it on the eve of "World Mental Health Day". "Similarly, lack of mental health centre for children is another challenge", said Dr Kunwar. The person should immediately consult a physician or a mental health professional.

It urged African leaders to develop and strengthen evidence-based programmes for young people, with the support of national policymakers and programme managers.

Half of all mental illness starts by the age of 14 with most cases undetected and untreated, according to the World Health Organisation's (WHO).

The new Mental Health Strategy launched on Wednesday - World Mental Health Day.

Exactly a year after the start of the arbitration hearings that sought justice for the families of the dead Life Esidimeni patients, the esteemed The Lancet medical journal has released a global mental health report condemning the local disaster as "tragic".

Depression was identified as the third leading cause of mental illnesses and disability among adolescents globally, while suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-29-year-olds.

Mental illness most of the times don't improve on their own and needs professional consultation.

"For over a decade, we have had doctors who are consultants in sport and exercise medicine looking after our elite athletes", he added.

Chance's tweet drew praise from others on Twitter, with many expressing thanks for his empathy.

Liverpool have recently pledged its support to the Zero Suicide Alliance, a collaboration between National Health Service trusts, businesses and suicide survivors across the United Kingdom who are all committed to suicide prevention in the United Kingdom and beyond by offering free suicide prevention training and resources, which are accessible to all. Whether you're a star striker or season ticket-holder you shouldn't have to live in fear about opening up and getting support for either your physical or mental health.

"As a government, we have delineated our health system for easy appreciation of the roles required by all stakeholders in the sector".

The new campaign highlights that while we can all feel stressed, anxious, low or have trouble sleeping, there are simple actions we can take to manage these issues and prevent them from becoming more serious. "Yet despite the universality of the issue, we struggle to talk about it openly or to offer adequate care or resources".

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