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A recent survey by UK mental health charity Mind found that 68% of young people and 60% of adults said their mental health declined during lockdown.
The survey also found that people with existing problems were more likely to see their mental health get worse.
Reasons for this included not being able to go outside and see other people, and concerns over loved ones getting coronavirus. Boredom was a particular cause among young people, affecting 83% of them.
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