Only one in four men feel able to talk to friends and family when feeling stressed7 November 2018,
Newly published survey results show that not enough men feel comfortable talking to family and friends when feeling stressed.
Reducing stress in later life and end of life18 May 2018, Stuart Hill
Stuart Hill talks about the recent passing of his grandmother from dementia and how we can reduce stress towards the end of people's lives.
How mental health days could improve the UK's mental health17 May 2018, Lucy Thorpe
We're calling for at least two 'mental health days' for every public sector worker to help manage their mental health. Here's why...
Animation | Stress: are we coping?
Our animation explores stress - what it is, how we're coping and how we can do better.
Less stressful workplaces: what we can all do14 May 2018, Chris O'Sullivan
Everybody can help make work less stressful. See our workplace lead Chris O'Sullivan's best bits of advice.
Stressed nation: 74% of UK 'overwhelmed or unable to cope' at some point in the past year14 May 2018,
A UK-wide stress survey, commissioned for Mental Health Awareness Week has found that almost three quarters of adults (74%) have at some point over the past year felt so stressed they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope.
Stress: are we coping?14 May 2018
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 we are focusing on stress. Our new report digs deep into some statistics surrounding stress and offers recommendations of how we can make the UK a less stressed nation.
Mental health statistics: stress
Key findings from our study on stress for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018. This is the largest study on levels of stress in the UK.
Jess's story: the stresses involved in being a young mum
Jess tells her story of how she became overwhelmed by the demands of being a young mum and of how the Mental Health Foundation helped her out of it.
My stress footprint3 May 2018, Mark Rowland
Read Mark's story about tracing his stress footprint: he asks family and friends to share what stress he causes them, how often it happens, and how he can act differently in the future. Could you join in and trace yours?