mental health Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"mental health" in British English

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mental healthnoun [U]

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the ​condition of someone's ​mind and whether or not they are ​suffering from any ​mentalillness: Laughing is good for ​yourmentalhealth. mentalhealthdisorders
(Definition of mental health from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"mental health" in Business English

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mental healthnoun [U]

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the ​condition of the mind that ​shows whether someone is ​feeling happy, able to ​work, etc.: Stress in the ​workplacetakes its ​toll on ​workerproductivity, ​morale, and mental ​health.
mental health day US informal WORKPLACE a day when you do not go to ​work because you need to rest and ​relax: I was ​feelingstressed and ​exhausted so I took a mental ​health day.
(Definition of mental health from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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