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The Scottish Health Survey - Telephone Survey 2020, published by Scottish Government and conducted by the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen), finds people advised to shield were more likely to have reported mental distress and loneliness during the pandemic. The survey also suggests men have been less likely than women to keep in frequent contact with friends, neighbours or relatives since lockdown.
Self-reported depression has risen by 50% in a decade, with self-reported anxiety, attempted suicide and self-harm also at their highest levels in ten years, according to the latest Scottish Health Survey, published today by the Scottish Centre for Social Research and the Scottish Government.
The 2015 Scottish Health Survey, published today, shows a significant increase since 2014 in the proportion of adults who currently use e-cigarettes.