‘I don’t think the NHS can cope’ with rising numbers of mental health issues in the UK

An increasing number of people with mental health problems are turning to NHS care, with the numbers of people seeking mental health support soaring in recent years.

According to the latest figures from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, the number of patients being seen at NHS hospitals has increased by almost 20% since 2012.

This is despite the fact that, in the same period, the overall number of NHS patients has decreased by 2,200, or about a quarter.

The increase is driven by a rise in the number seeking treatment at specialist mental health hospitals, such as the Royal Marsden in the capital London.

But the trend is not limited to mental health services.

In a new report, the Royal Colleges of Psychiatrist, Psychology and Neuroscience warn that more and more people are turning their attentions to health services in an effort to avoid becoming overwhelmed by the increasing number they see.

This can include patients who are struggling with drug or alcohol addictions or depression, or are struggling to find employment or a secure living situation.

“The growing numbers of these patients are likely to have a disproportionate impact on the mental health and social care services,” the report states.

The growing number of these people is likely to impact the NHS In order to make sure these people have access to the services they need, the report recommends a number of things.

It recommends that all mental health care services be restructured to ensure they are “designed to support and integrate patients in their recovery”.

This includes improving the “availability of appropriate clinical and psychosocial support” for patients, with more people receiving support services in hospital settings, rather than having to rely on other providers in the community.

The report also recommends that “health and social services should focus on providing culturally sensitive mental health interventions”.

This would include making sure that “community-based and community-based mental health programmes are fully integrated into the NHS health system”.

And it recommends that the “NHS health service should consider increasing the proportion of patients receiving services that meet the needs of those with mental illnesses”.

While this may seem like a small step forward, the experts behind the report also point out that the NHS has already been investing in services for the mental illness community for a number years.

This includes increased funding for mental health teams, and “significant investment in the provision of culturally sensitive support services”.

The report states that these measures “could contribute to a positive impact on mental health in the NHS”.

But the report warns that “a large proportion of the mental ill do not have access or access to services to support them in recovery”.

“The increasing number that seek help for mental illness are often at risk of experiencing barriers to accessing services and are often not offered support services or support networks,” the authors say.

This could “create a situation where patients are unable to access appropriate support or services”, meaning that their problems can become a burden on the NHS.

They also warn that this could have a negative impact on patients, leading to “a higher risk of long-term harm”.

It’s important to note that this report is just one of many published in the past few months by the Royal colleges, and they’re not the only ones.

The Mental Health Foundation has released its own report, which also makes the case for the NHS to invest more in mental health.

In response to the increase in the demand for services, the mental wellbeing charity launched a campaign earlier this year, in which it published a number different ways of raising awareness about mental health, from providing information to encouraging people to seek help.

The campaign also included a video, which was used in over 100 countries and was viewed over 10 million times.

The video, called Stop the Madness, was also widely shared on social media, which in turn led to increased awareness of mental illness in the general public.

The National Mental Health Strategy, which the Royal college of the country commissioned earlier this month, also recommends increased funding to mental illness services.

The government is expected to announce a plan in the next few months to implement this plan.

This report highlights some of the problems that people with a mental health problem face, and the challenges they face when seeking help.

However, it’s important that people who are feeling overwhelmed or in distress don’t take this to mean that mental health is something they should avoid.

“It’s not a priority for us to tell people to ‘avoid’ mental health or mental health treatment,” said Sarah Widdowson, CEO of the Mental Health Federation.

“There is absolutely no reason why you should have to do anything to cope with a crisis or to stop struggling.

But the fact remains that we can’t really afford to ignore mental health when it comes to finding the help that’s right for”

We want to encourage everyone to seek mental health help, and it’s absolutely vital that everyone has the information they need so that they can make the right choices.”

But the fact remains that we can’t really afford to ignore mental health when it comes to finding the help that’s right for