Mental Health

Mental wellbeing is not just beneficial for you – it can also lead to lower healthcare costs

Mental illness may describe various conditions – such as depression or anxiety. Image: Unsplash/Anthony Tran

Ziggi Ivan Santini

Research Scientist in Mental Health, University of Southern Denmark

Vibeke Jenny Koushede

Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen

Sarah Stewart-Brown

Chair of Public Health, University of Warwick

David McDaid

Associate Professorial Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science

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The study found that improving mental well-being actually reduces healthcare costs in the future. Image: The European Journal of Health Economics

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