Demand for mental healthcare rises

PETALING JAYA: As the Covid-19 pandemic takes a toll on people’s mental well-being, related healthcare professionals are seeing a growing demand for their help in dealing with issues such as stress, depression, anxiety and relationships.

With the Health Ministry reporting that needs for mental health support during the first four months of this year have surpassed what was required for the whole of 2020, experts said the state of mental health in this country was indeed concerning.

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