The Caritas Centre for Human Empowerment and Achievement Training study found that while most middle-class salarymen and women in Hong Kong believed they were in a healthy mental state, international benchmarks suggest three quarters of the respondents need help.高Photo: SCMP
The Caritas Centre for Human Empowerment and Achievement Training study found that while most middle-class salarymen and women in Hong Kong believed they were in a healthy mental state, international benchmarks suggest three quarters of the respondents need help.高Photo: SCMP

Headaches, trembling hands, poor sleep, feeling worthless: Hong Kong’s middle-class mental health crisis

A shock study has found as many three quarters of middle class workers need some form of mental help

The Caritas Centre for Human Empowerment and Achievement Training study found that while most middle-class salarymen and women in Hong Kong believed they were in a healthy mental state, international benchmarks suggest three quarters of the respondents need help.高Photo: SCMP
The Caritas Centre for Human Empowerment and Achievement Training study found that while most middle-class salarymen and women in Hong Kong believed they were in a healthy mental state, international benchmarks suggest three quarters of the respondents need help.高Photo: SCMP
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