Groundbreaking new platform launched to support mental health

Royal quartet to voice new TV mental health campaign in broadcasting first

Royal quartet to voice new TV mental health campaign in broadcasting first

'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. Waiting, wondering, hoping, hurting. We think there's nothing to be done.

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.

Every Mind Matters is being promoted heavily via the first-ever NHS-backed mental health campaign which will include the one-off coordinated broadcast of a short film written by Richard Curtis and directed by Rankin which will raise communicate its message via a raft of celebrity voiceovers from the likes of Gillian Anderson, Nadiya Hussain and Davina McCall.

NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) with the help of Public Health England is helping residents discover simple steps to look after their mental health and wellbeing.

The new tool, which has been endorsed by the Royal College of General Practitioners, provides a personalized action plan that incorporates self-care measures to help manage problems such as stress, low mood and difficulty sleeping.

People are becoming increasingly aware that it is just as important to maintain good mental health as it is to maintain physical health. "Because good mental health makes such a difference". The ad will be shown on major United Kingdom broadcast networks, and will include former England cricketers Andrew Flintoff and Sarah Taylor, who retired from the England Women's team in September and has become a recognisable voice on mental health in sport.

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

It is narrated by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. TRH and Ms. Markle discussed the inspiration behind The Royal Foundation, the issues that are close to their hearts, and their ambitions for the future.

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.

Harry and Meghan have made talking about mental health a focus of their first two official overseas tours as a couple, in Australia a year ago and in South Africa this month.

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

Some of the UK's largest companies have pledged to promote Every Mind Matters to their employees, customers and followers. Testing showed people don't feel confident to take action on their own mental health; needing accessible, practical advice on what steps they can take to look after their mental wellbeing. This is about a prevention intervention, a digital innovation.

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