One in five adults and one in five teenagers has a mental health problem, a serious problem where their daily life is affected. Worry, tiredness, panic attacks, feeling worthless, feeling on edge, anger, poor concentration, poor sleep, unable to switch off, waiting for the worst to happen, feeling hopeless, tearful, feeling irritable, drinking too much. This is what stress looks like.
Seven out ten people in Scotland know someone who is having problem with stress. Stress is just too much of a normal problem.
This film explains how to cope with the usual stresses and strains of everyday life.