Too many people are battling mental health issues, with the recent Annual Mental State of the World Report, conducted by Sapien Labs, showing one in three South Africans will experience mental health problems in their lifetime.

“Growing numbers of South Africans are feeling overwhelming stress, anxiety, burnout and depression. This affects their relationships, quality of life and productivity to the point where they can no longer deliver on the most basic of requests. Even responding to an e-mail can be an anxiety-provoking task,” says Gary Feldman, executive head of health-care consulting for employee benefits firm NMG Benefits...

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