HFM PODCAST: Dr Alex George talks sexual health and mental wellbeing
Alex George on the Healthy For Men podcast

Dr Alex George: Expert sexual health and the mental challenges for reality TV stars – Podcast

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We spoke with Love Island’s Dr Alex George about how to maintain optimum sexual health and make the most of your romantic relationships. He also share his views on mental health and reality TV, explaining his role in developing counselling for participants of ITV2’s hit reality TV show Love Island.

Alex, 27, is an NHS doctor and resident doctor for ITV’s Good Morning Britain. Alex has been an advocate for positive mental health, regularly discussing the future of reality TV and those who have been negatively affected by it. Alex faced mental health problems after leaving the house due to constant abuse from trolls online. Following this, he helped bring in after-care (counselling) for all participants in Love Island.

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