Quiz: Signs that someone needs mental health support
It helps to know what sort of signs to look out for when it comes to experiencing mental health issues
Asking for support when it comes to mental health can be a big step, and it might not always be obvious that someone is having a hard time. Sometimes, things can get quite bad before a person realises that they need help. Take our quiz below on asking for mental health support and learn more about the signs that someone could be going through a hard time.
This quiz is not a self-diagnosing tool - it is just here to help you learn more about this topic. If you think you may be experiencing a mental health difficulty, speak to your GP.
If you would like to talk to someone right now, get anonymous support 24/7 with our text message support service. Connect with a trained volunteer who will listen to you, and help you to move forward feeling better. Free-text SPUNOUT to 50808 to begin.
Q1. Which of these is a sign that someone may be experiencing a mental health issue?
Q2. What could it mean if you find yourself eating more than usual?
Q3. Which of these is a sign that you could be experiencing a mental health difficulty?
Q4. Who can contact a 24/7 support service like 50808?
Q5. Where can you go if you want mental health support?
Q6. True or false: Drinking more could be a sign that someone is having mental health difficulties
Q7. What impact can drugs have on a person’s mental health?
Q8. What is the best thing to do if you feel something is not right?
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