A farmer is trying to encourage more people in her industry to speak out about their mental health.
Jennifer Down, a dairy farmer from Budleigh Salterton, has been open about her own battle and now wants to raise awareness about the impact the business can have.
She says she found the stress of farming led her to anxiety, depression and bulimia, and has shared her story in the hope it will help others who are struggling.
She is backing the Farm Safety Foundation's Mind Your Head campaign to tackle the ongoing problem of poor mental health among farmers in the UK.
The newly released film aims to encourage more farmers, particularly men, to open up about what they’re going through.
Jennifer said opening up on social media played a huge part in relieving the tension and isolation brought on by the long working hours - and believes it has helped others too.
If you are struggling, or know someone who is, there are several organisations that can provide help and support: