“When it comes to mental health, every country is developing,” said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore. “We can wait no longer. We cannot fail another generation. The time to act is now.”
Everyone handles stress differently but I think that everyone can agree, it's been a few challenging years to say the least, especially for our teens. The Stress Management Society believes that "There will be changes in the stressed person", one of these being skin complaints. See the full list here .
The State of the World’s Children 2021 report offers a sobering examination of children’s mental health today, underscoring the severity of the mental health challenges children and adolescents face that can lead to disability, disease, and death.
There are five big takeaways from this report.
1. THE PROBLEM IS OF EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS.
2. CHILDREN EVERYWHERE ARE SUFFERING.
3. NUMBERS DON’T TELL THE WHOLE PICTURE.
4. IT’S WELL PAST TIME TO PRIORITISE MENTAL HEALTH.
5. MENTAL HEALTH IS HEALTH.
The United Nations Foundation has come up with some great suggestions on ways we can talk to our teens.
Practicing self-care pays off for your mental and emotional health. A Skin-Care Routine Provides Stability in Your Day That Benefits Your Mental Health. See the full article here .
SKWAD's mission #SkwadAloha to create a gentle, simple skincare regime for teenagers that works using handpicked ingredients will help you or your teen do just that.
Follow our simple routine to help you put your best face forward and take control of your skin.