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Britain's stress levels rising

10th January 2013

A study by the Mental Health Foundation has highlighted the principal reasons behind rising stress levels in Britain as money and job worries.

Almost six out of 10 people who responded to the survey by the charity said their life had become more stressful in the past five years. Chief executive Andrew McCulloch said the findings suggested that many people were not managing their stress levels and treating it as a priority but he warned that failing to do so could have serious health repercussions.

 

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Article Information

Title: Britain's stress levels rising
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23477
Date Added: 10th Jan 2013

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