Children are under more pressure than ever before due to an "always on" culture driven by social media and pressure to act, look and even dress a particular way.
The advice includes suggestions such as employers leading on a wellbeing strategy at work; supporting and training managers to have the confidence and knowledge in managing mental health; and workers identifying personal stress triggers, supporting colleagues and asking for help when needed.
Led by Radiocentre, the industry body for commercial radio, and working with Heads Together, the mental health campaign spearheaded by the duke's Royal Foundation, the message will mark the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week and Radio Audio Week.
William called on the nation to really stop and listen to a person in need, in the minute-long message broadcast at 10.59am across hundreds of United Kingdom radio stations to mark the start of mental health awareness week.More news: Saudi pumping stations struck by drones carrying explosives, says minister
Body Image: How we think and feel about our bodies - also found that just over one in three adults has felt depressed because of their body image, while 20% have felt "shame" because of their body image over the a year ago.
Julie Cameron of MHF Scotland said: "Our poll has uncovered that millions of adults across Scotland are struggling with concerns about their body image".
Today in Holyrood, when asked by Scottish Conservative Jamie Green about the survey, Ms Haughey said that the government was taking the report "extremely seriously" and that body image was "increasingly recognised as a factor than can affect people's self esteem".
The survey also found large numbers of men can be affected, with a quarter of United Kingdom adult men saying they have felt depressed because of concerns about their body image.More news: Tsunami warning as massive 7.7 quake strikes coast off Papua New Guinea
"This could be enforced by the proposed new independent regulator, which is already part of the government proposals".
He added: "Being body-conscious is not exclusive to women, yet when a man takes pride in his appearance or has anxieties about his body, this is often met with a joke, sarcasm or a putdown". If they only show one body size then this becomes a social norm, which is unsafe.
"We have a very large population of people that are looking for mental health services", Carole Flinn from the Oneida County Department of Mental Health said.
The survey of 4,505 adults also found that about a third of United Kingdom adults have felt anxious or depressed because of concerns about their body image. A growing number of professional bodies and organisations have called for tougher regulations around social media advertising out of fear of how it may be affecting young people and their mental health.More news: James Wan-Produced Mortal Kombat Film Finally Finds Its Director