Struggling with mental health? Here are some podcasts for you.

 As of April 2021, there were over 2 million podcasts available, and that number is continually rising.The sheer variety might be a source of distress.

That's why we've sifted through hundreds of podcasts to find the greatest ones for a variety of mental health issues, whether you're looking for straight science, sound counsel, or a good laugh.

1. Attitudes!

This show examines major political and cultural concerns that women and oppressed groups, such as LGBT people, face. Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi, the hosts, put these sometimes esoteric but vital discussions front and centre.

Their goal is to dispel any misconceptions that these disorders can have a negative impact on your mental, emotional, and personal well-being.Erin and Bryan achieve a fine balance between the political and the personal by making it feel acceptable to consider oneself a part of a larger movement while also reinforcing that your opinions and feelings are important.

2. Mental illness happy hour

Many of us have experienced mental and emotional trauma at some point in our lives. Despite this, few of us feel comfortable or even safe discussing it openly.

With his acclaimed podcast, "Mental Illness Happy Hour," host Paul Gilmartin seeks to change that. Gilmartin speaks with a number of well-known people and celebrities on their own experiences with mental illness and trauma.

3. The Happiness Lab

Happiness can seem elusive at times. This is especially true when the things you worked so hard for don't provide you the joy you anticipated.

Dr. Laurie Santos of Yale University believes she can assist in this area.

Using results from cutting-edge scientific research on the link between human behaviour and emotions, Dr. Santos intends to show you that you have power over your own happiness in even the tiniest ways.