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Web Link: 6-minute breathing meditation

"Reduce stress, anxiety, and negative emotions, cool yourself down when your temper flares, and sharpen your concentration skills." Visit the mindful.org website to access this resource.

Web Link: Breathing and relaxation exercises for stress

"There are a lot of breathing and relaxation exercises you can do to relieve stress and relax your body and mind. The ones in this guide (from NHS Inform) are simple and can be done at home, at work or out and about. For some of them it helps to lie down, or sit, but they will still work if you aren't able to do those things Over time, these exercises can become something you do automatically, whenever you feel tense or stressed. This can help you become more relaxed in...

Web Link: Coping with money worries

"It's normal to feel worried, anxious or down when times are hard. Job insecurity, redundancy, debt and financial problems can all cause emotional distress. But there are lots of things you can do to help yourself if you're in a difficult situation. David Richards, professor of mental health services research at the University of Exeter, explains how financial problems can affect your mental wellbeing. He also offers lifestyle tips to help you out of a slump and advice on...

Web Link: Energy Conservation

This resource has been developed by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Conserving energy is often a positive coping method after a stay in ICU. Find out more by visiting this link.

Web Link: Give for mental wellbeing

Most people would agree that giving to others is a good thing. On top of this, it can also improve your mental wellbeing. Small acts of kindness towards other people, or larger ones – such as volunteering in your local community – can give you a sense of purpose. It can make you feel happier and more satisfied with life. Read more by visiting the NHS Inform website.

Web Link: Low mood and depression

"Difficult events and experiences can leave us in low spirits or cause depression." Find out more, including where to get support, by visiting the NHS Inform website.

Web Link: Mental health & money advice (website)

This link will take you to the Mental Health and Money Advice website. There are dedicated versions of the website for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Cymru. There is clear and practical information, advice and support for people with mental health and money worries, and for the people who care about them. You'll find up-to-date information on welfare benefits, managing money and debts, and support with mental health care.

Web Link: Mental Health Foundation (website)

This link will take you to the Mental Health Foundation website, with dedicated versions for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. This link will take you to their pages on mental health and well-being during the pandemic, with advice and support for all age groups. You'll find top tips and support on a wide range of issues including: loneliness, relationships and parenting, working from home, acts of kindness, dealing with change, loss and bereavement,getting through Winter, and...

Web Link: Mind: mental health charity

This link will take you to the mental health charity, Mind. On it, you'll find really helpful information on a wide range of mental health problems, information on drugs and therapies, tips for dealing with everyday life, and a wealth of information about where to find help (or help someone you care about). You can read about and watch short videos about other people's experiences. There is also a helpline, which is available from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank...

Web Link: PTSD and CPTSD self-help guide

"This guide (from NHS Inform) is based on Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy (TF-CT). TF-CT aims to help people who have been through trauma and adversity to make sense of what they’ve experienced, and become less distressed and affected by it. If you think you’re experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD), it’s important for you to visit your GP and discuss your concerns. This guide can help with managing...