There is a secret battle going on within society that nobody really likes to talk about. We all know it’s happening, and we know it’s serious, but nobody wants to sit down and openly discuss it.We are of course talking about mental health in the workplace.It’s crazy to think that we’re terrified to speak up when we're feeling under pressure, but the sheer prevalence of stress, anxiety and depression linked to work shows that many people prefer to keep quiet and attempt to deal with things alone, than speak up and seek help. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is the stigma which still seems to be attached to mental health across the board. The bottom line is that one in every four people in the UK will experience a mental health problem at one time in their lives. This could be connected to work at their office desks or another issue, and can be anything from mild and short-term, to severe and long-term. The good news is that with help, support, and treatment if necessary, mental health problems can be dealt with, and that person can look forward to a brighter future. However, when that person stays quiet and doesn’t feel they’re able to talk, perhaps feeling ashamed of struggling, the problem will only exacerbate and become worse. What exactly is mental health? This is something many people wonder. We all have mental health, but put simply, mental health is about how we feel on the inside, the thoughts we have, and the way we behave. These are all linked together, and much of the time, a bout of a mental health condition such as anxiety or depression can be triggered by a specific incident or issue in life. This can be work-related, as we mentioned before, or it can be a personal issue, such as bereavement or the break down of a relationship. This guide is going to concentrate on work-related mental health issues, predominantly stress, but also anxiety and depression triggered by a condition caused by a problem in the workplace or other lesser known workplace triggers, such as the layout of the office workstations. We’re also going to cover those who are struggling with personal issues, and the effects are causing them to perform differently at work. Overall, it doesn’t matter whether a mental health condition is caused by a work issue or an outside issue, the effects remain the same. If we want to create a harmonious working environment, we need to stop shying away from talking about mental health, and focus on eliminating the stigma.And make sure you use the Office Chair Singapore of Ardent Office Furniture (AOF) Singapore. Office Chair Singapore By AOF Singapore has been trusted for a dozen years as an expert Office Chair Singapore with good quality and the best price for your office room.For more information, please visit the AOF Singapore website or directly contact AOF SINGAPORE via email at info@ArdentFurniture.com or via telephone at +65 6783-7911 (For Singapore or 021 3111-6161 (For Indonesia) to get a special price from us !