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‘Harrowing’ work pressure giving NHS junior doctors panic attacks, study finds

Exclusive: Leeds University research reports desperation, hair loss and intrusive thoughts as medics struggle with staff shortages

NHS junior doctors suffer panic attacks and feelings of desperation because they get so stressed from the pressure they are under at work, research has found.

Some also experience intrusive thoughts, migraines and hair loss as a direct result of trying to give patients high-quality treatment in hospitals struggling with serious staff shortages.

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