Kate Aubusson of the Sydney Morning Herald wrote an article regarding the latest National Women’s Health Survey. In the latest National Women’s Health Survey, it was reported that younger women are experiencing higher rates of anxiety, stress, sleep deprivation, and loneliness. The Survey conducted by the Jean Hailes for Women’s Health received 9,999 valid responses to their survey. According to the report, more than one in three respondents reported having had depression (34.6%) and anxiety (39.4%). Up to two-thirds of repondents under 36 reported feeling nervous, anxious or on edge in the previous four weeks (64.1%). This age group also reported feelings of loneliness of 39.6%, the highest level of all the different age groups.
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