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Mental health matters

The ongoing uncertainty due to the global pandemic has impacted upon our daily lives and many of us are having to deal with its impacts upon our mental wellbeing.

The Mental Health Foundation highlights 1 in 6 people experienced a common mental health problem such as anxiety or depression in the past week. Some people call mental health, emotional health or wellbeing and it’s just as important as good physical health.

If you have been experiencing any mental or emotional struggles it is important that you know you’re not alone and help is available.

Our support services

Here at Beyond Housing we have a wide range of internal support available for you to access, whether it be support with substance misuse, hoarding, mediation or intensive support to help find work or training.

Practical tips to support your mental wellbeing

Here are a few practical ways you can help to support your mental wellbeing and resilience:

Explore nature

Explore the nature near you, recent research from Derby University revealed that making connections with nature, especially for those have not previously done so has positive benefits for wellbeing for as long as two months after the nature connection was experienced.

Keep a journal

It may be useful to keep a journal for a few weeks to help you reflect and identify certain triggers which may cause you anxiety and stress and suggest ways to reduce exposure to those triggers. It may also be useful to plan out tasks or goals and remember to celebrate your achievements.

Practise mindfulness

Practising mindfulness, relaxation techniques, using aromatherapy, yoga or simply making some time for yourself which could be as simple as running a bath or drawing your favourite picture anything which gives you a bit of space to relax and unwind.

National support

If you feel you can’t cope and need to speak to somebody urgently, or need advice on how you can deal with someone else’s behaviour, no matter what time of day, you can contact the following national organisations:

A useful A-Z directory of more national mental health related charitable organisations can be found here.

Other online resources

Utilise free online resources which you can download or print, there is a wealth of helpful resources out there but here are a few:

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