International Men’s Health Week is observed annually in the month of June. On this day, we have the chance to spread awareness about the general health and welfare of men and boys around the world. In general, men have been less open about their struggles with mental health. This is probably caused by a variety of elements, such as humiliation and the pervasive social stereotype of “the strong guy.” Here are some further explanations for why men avoid discussing their mental stability.
Men’s Health Forum reports that each year, 1,91,000 men experience stress, sadness, or anxiety that is either brought on by or made worse by workplace culture. Men who lack personal time also struggle with mental health problems.
Financial stress is one of the main factors contributing to mental health problems in males. The stress might be brought on by your salary, paying your bills, buying items for your family, taking your kids on vacation, or even not having enough money to cover your basic needs. Because they frequently feel responsible for their families, men rarely discuss their financial issues.
Men believe they can solve their issues
Men avoid facing the possibility that their issue may be too huge for them to handle on their own. They must seek out impartial counsel since it will enable them to view their problems from a different perspective. By talking to someone they can trust, such as a friend, a coworker, or a member of their family, they can reduce the amount of time needed for change and the improvement of their mental health.
Building Healthy Environments for Men and Boys is the focus of Men’s Health Week this year, according to Western Sydney University. It seeks to improve the environment for males all across the world.