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Your mind matters

Being worried, low or out of sorts aren't just part and parcel of getting older - they're important signs that you're not feeling as well as you should be. 

Our mental health affects how we think and feel, and how we cope with life’s ups and downs. As we move through different stages of life and our circumstances change, our mental health can change too. 

We’ve all faced a lot of challenges this year. You may have found your own ways of coping, but it’s also natural to feel overwhelmed by it all. If things are starting to get on top of you, you don’t need to try and cope alone. There is support out there that can help. 

Depression and anxiety

Having depression or anxiety is like a physical health condition, and it can be successfully treated.

Talking helps

Talking is often the best way to start feeling better. It’s never too late to begin.

Are you particularly worried about coronavirus?

The current restrictions, uncertainty and feelings of isolation may be making you feel out of sorts - and that's perfectly natural. If you are feeling this way because of the pandemic, we have information for you.

Talking helps

Judy, Mark and Martin have all experienced mental health problems. If you’ve not been feeling yourself lately, remember you're not alone – there’s support available that could help. Speak to your GP about talking therapies

We're here to help

We offer support through our free advice line on 0800 678 1602. Lines are open 8am-7pm, 365 days a year.

Download Your mind matters

If you've not been feeling yourself lately, there's support available. Our Your mind matters guide includes more information on how you can help yourself feel a bit better when you're struggling. 

Your mind matters (PDF, 3 MB)

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