Men's Health Week

Preparing for Men's Health Week | Fileman

The world has been a crazy place the last couple of years, and everyone was forced to adapt to a new 'norm' whilst feeling a great amount of fear, confusion or anxiety brought by deep uncertainties and insecurities of the future.

The World Health Organisation estimates that anxiety, depression and other mental health issues significantly rose by 25%. The pandemic presented new challenges for all of us, the legal sector included and with constant uncertainty and restrictions placed upon us, our wellbeing got affected.

On the 13th - 19th June the world celebrates Men’s Health Week. This is a time to bring awareness to health issues that specifically affect men and focus on becoming aware of any constraints and problems, as well as gaining the courage to talk and do something about it. 

2022 International Men's Health Week

At Fileman we will use this week as an important opportunity to highlight the importance of men's health, and to promote and support the health and wellbeing of our men and our boys. Whether it is your friend, brother, son, dad, boyfriend, husband, or boss, talk to your fella this week, let them know you are there for them.

Thanks to Rhian Cable for sharing this timely reminder to LPI and our readership!


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