Published: Fri, January 03, 2020
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

Dele and Son back mental health campaign

Dele and Son back mental health campaign

During the delay, fans will be encouraged to consider the positive impact one minute can have on their own well-being or in supporting a friend or family member.

The video, which is narrated by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, was a collaborative production between PHE and the FA's own Heads Together's Heads Up campaign.

The initiative uses the prestigious FA Cup competition - which takes place this weekend - as a backdrop for the video, and stars both current and former players including Frank Lampard, Harry Maguire, and Callum Hudson-Odoi.

All of the FA Cup's third round kick-offs will be delayed by one minute to support the campaign and allow the film to be broadcast.

William says in the clip: "In life as in football we all go through highs and lows. That is why we're delighted to be partnering with Heads Up to drive action on mental health". At moments even the little things can seem a struggle.

"Every Mind Matters and Heads Up will show you the simple steps you can take to look after your mental health".

A government survey revealed that out of 78 per cent of men who experienced early signs of mental health concerns in the a year ago 45 per cent said they'd never taken self-care actions to manage their mental health.

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As part of the Every Mind Matters initiative, football fans can complete their Mind Plan - a quick and free tool that has already been completed over one million times.

It's hugely important for men to think about their mental health and take action where they can.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: "We all need to get the support to open up about mental ill health, take steps to keep our mental health strong and reach out for help when needed". I came from a family where we bottled up a lot of emotions, feelings and sometimes anxieties.

With our Heads Up campaign to be supported during the Emirates FA Cup third round this weekend, a new film has been launched to encourage football fans to talk about their mental wellbeing. "It's a huge strength". There are so many people struggling with their mental health, so I want to help people understand that they don't have to deal with it alone.

Karen Saunders, health and wellbeing programme lead at Public Health England West Midlands, said: "It is great to see the FA and our footballing heroes acknowledge that mental health is just as important as physical health".

It's an inspired idea, using what is arguably the U.K.'s most popular sport to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.

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