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Men’s health focus: mental health

We put men's mental health in the spotlight this month to break stigmas and give advice around common issues, both for affected individuals and concerned family members and friends.

You can download November’s Your Wellbeing issue to learn more about the mental health in men.

If you’re a manager, you can also download November's Your Wellbeing poster for your workplace.

We have a wealth of information that focusses on mental health. Everyone has mental health. Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad. It’s our priority to support everyone, whatever they are feeling or going through. Browse our mental health topics and articles below.

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Our Healthy Me articles have a huge focus on mental health. Browse our latest ‘Feel’ features.

Looking after your mental health throughout the winter

In a ‘normal’ year, the change in seasons can bring about a change in mood. This year, in the shadow of a global pandemic, looking after your mental health as we head into winter feels more important than ever.

Building your resilience as lockdown restrictions tighten

Coronavirus infections are rising. This means that some lockdown restrictions are tightening again to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Caroline Harper, Specialist Nurse Adviser for Mental Health at Bupa, gives you some tools and tips to help boost your resilience and to look after your wellbeing during this time.

Mental Health Conditions

Spotlight on: Suicide

Talking to someone who might be having suicidal thoughts

Steve, a listening volunteer at the Samaritans, has spoken to many people who have had thoughts about ending their life. Prevention is something we can all help with. Knowing the signs and reaching out to someone in need can be the difference between life and death for that person.


Addiction may affect one in three people. It’s a condition that can cause physical and mental illness. Explore our related topics or visit Bupa’s dedicated Addiction hub.

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