The survey also revealed that Londoners were the least likely to go to their GP for anxiety problems. Just 22% said they would be likely to seek help for the condition.
A quarter of Londoners added that they thought feeling anxious was a sign of not being able to cope and the same amount of people said they would be embarrassed to tell someone they had anxieties. But only 9% said they thought it was something to be ashamed of.
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