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Men are half as likely to have been treated for a mental health problem than Women (17% of men compared to 29% of women).
This could be because, when asked, Men are much less likely to admit they are suffering with symptoms of common mental health problems. (Better Or Worse: A Longitudinal Study Of The Mental Health Of Adults In Great Britain, National Statistics, 2003).
Over the past 30 years three to four times more men have taken their own lives than women. At no point during this period has the rate of suicide in women been higher than that of men.
Traditionally, men are reluctant to seek help, have high levels of isolation, high rates of drug and alcohol misuse, are at greater risk of homelessness, display more externalised and destructive behaviours, including difficulty managing anger.