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Mental Health Quiz

This quiz has been designed as a fun activity and comprises of 10 questions around health and well-being.  

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How many people in the UK will experience a mental health problem every year? *This question is required.
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1 in 4 people experience mental health problems every year
Which of these is a common symptom of schizophrenia? *This question is required.
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Many believe that people with schizophrenia are likely to commit violence – however, most people with schizophrenia do not commit violent crimes, and are more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators. Similarly, there is a common misconception that schizophrenia leads people to have split personalities, when this is not the case. In reality, schizophrenia’s most common symptoms are hallucinations, delusions and hearing voices.
What proportion of people with severe mental health problems have been victims of a crime in the previous year? *This question is required.
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45% of people with severe mental health problems have been victims of a crime in the previous year
What proportion of people with mental health problems experience stigma? *This question is required.
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Our research shows that up to 90% people with mental health problems experience some form of stigma, whether from friends and family, at work, in education or during treatment.
How many people will experience suicidal thoughts throughout their lifetime? *This question is required.
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17% of people will experience suicidal thoughts throughout their lifetime
 
Which country’s Prime Minister was re-elected in 2001 after publicly taking time off for depression? *This question is required.
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The Norwegian Prime Minister announced in 1998 that he was experiencing a depressive episode, and took three weeks of sick leave, before returning to office. He said he received thousands of supportive letters.
What proportion of people with mental health problems believe that workplace stress contributed to their illness? *This question is required.
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About two thirds of people with mental health problems believe that long hours, unrealistic workloads or bad management either caused or exacerbated their condition.
How long do most people with a mental health problem wait before telling their closest family and friends about it? *This question is required.
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A Time to Change survey showed that 60% of people with a mental health problem waited over a year to tell the people closest to them about it.
Which of these UK Prime Ministers experienced mental health problems? *This question is required.
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Winston Churchill lived with depression that he described as his “black dog”.
What proportion of young people with mental health problems say the stigma they face has made them want to give up on life? *This question is required.
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One in ten young people will experience a mental health problem, and a survey conducted by Time to Change showed that 26 per cent of those young people felt the stigma around their condition was so severe that it made them want to give up on life.