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The second pandemic? Mental health issues

Health officials in Britain are warning of an emerging second pandemic, and it has nothing to do with COVID, but rather the lockdowns and COVID mandates.

Breitbart reports that the UK’s Royal College of Psychiatrists and NHS (National Health System) are warning that there are 10 million people in the country now in need of mental health help.

Breitbart explains:

Nearly ten million people in England, including 1.5 million children, are projected to need care for mental health issues such as psychosis, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders are experiencing long waiting times in the nation’s socialised healthcare system, the National Health Service (NHS).

The leaders of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the NHS Confederation told The Guardian that there are currently 1.6 million people waiting to be seen for specialised treatment for mental health, and a further 8 million people cannot even get on a waiting list, despite being considered as in need of support.

READ: ‘Second Pandemic’ – 10 Million Britons Need Mental Health Care After Lockdowns

And don’t forget the ‘ghost children’

On a related issue, psychologists warn that children who have been terrorized by politicians, medical officials, and the mainstream media about COVID, are now struggling to return to real life.

It is because they are experiencing serious anxiety issues, even though a child’s chances of catching COVID and becoming seriously ill are essentially 0.0%.

The Daily Mail explains:

School closures and less socialising have led children across the UK to become more anxious and introverted, with some 135,000 pupils struggling so much that they have not returned to class following the repeated lockdowns of 2020 and 2021.

Children who were thriving before the pandemic hit have now lost all interest in their education and social life, preferring to spend their time alone in their room

READ: Are YOU raising a ‘ghost child’? Experts reveal how Covid school closures and lack of socialising have created anxious pupils who struggle to go back to class – and share their 7-step guide to tackle the issue

When I went for bike rides last summer, I noticed one disturbing trend. No one wore a mask outside, except the children walking home from school.

Though a child’s chances of dying from COVID were extremely rare, that didn’t stop medical officials from terrorizing people when it did. READ: Alberta medical officer apologizes for saying cancer-stricken 14-yr-old died from COVID

MUST READ: ‘Unjustified fears’: When COVID-19 anxiety stops making sense

RELATED: Report: Suicide rise from lockdowns to kill more than coronavirus in Australia

1 Comment

  1. marymwik says

    As a mental health professional, I can’t agree more to this! something needs to be done!


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