MEN are being urged to seek help for mental health problems.
The South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust is calling on men to get help.
A new report shows that although mental illness is common among UK men, one fifth suffer in silence and don't turn to anyone for help.
The report, by the Men's Health Forum, also found that:
* 46% of men suffer from moderate or extreme stress in a normal week.
* 51% say they feel down, stressed, depressed or anxious at least once a month
* 32% say stress, anxiety or depression causes them to drink more alcohol.
* 30% of men say they'd be too embarrassed or ashamed to ask for professional help.
A spokeswoman for the trust said: "We're concerned that so many men may not be seeking help for mental health problems because they are embarrassed or ashamed.
"One in four of us will experience a mental health problem in the course of a year and the stigma surrounding mental illness can have a damaging effect."