This session covers the theme of mental health across the male population. The year 2020 gave rise to a global realisation around the importance of mental health in our professional and personal lives. But despite growing awareness and efforts, male mental health is still a taboo topic. Accepting vulnerabilities and talking about and sharing mental health challenges is the only way to normalise these conversations and take another step in the right direction. everywoman expert Dr Marcus Ranney explores the idea of toxic masculinity and the cultural pressures for men to behave in a certain way, and discuss practical biohacks — everyday measures that can be taken to support male mental health.
Debunking the myths about male mental health
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