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Resources and support for mental wellbeing
Resources for texters
Below you'll find resources and tips for helping support you when you're feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed.
If you are struggling to cope and need immediate support, you can text 'SHOUT' to 85258 to speak to one of our trained volunteers for free and confidentially.
If your life is at imminent risk, please call the emergency services on 999.
Grounding technique to help with anxiety
Grounding techniques for when you're feeling anxious or overwhelmed.
Mindfulness breathing exercise for stress and anxiety
Tips for mindfulness
Tips for practising mindfulness
Tips for better sleep
Sleep plays an important role in your health and wellbeing. Here are some tips to help you get better sleep.
Support for students
Things are difficult for students right now. Here are some tips to help support you if you're struggling with your mental health and wellbeing.
Being a student is hard, but reaching out for support helps
One of our Shout Volunteers shares some tips students can do to look after their mental health during the pandemic
Mental wellbeing for students
Dr Radha answers your questions as a student on how you can look after your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tips for coping with lockdown
Wellbeing tips to help those affected by further Covid-19 restrictions across the UK.
Coping with easing out of the lockdown
The easing of lockdown brings opportunities to see friends and wider family, to re-engage in outside hobbies and to get back to the jobs we may greatly value. But for many of us, even the happy, exciting and much anticipated changes can be challenging for our mental health.
Tips for maintaining mental wellbeing during lockdown
‘Thank you for reminding me that I'm not alone.’
Feeling lonely? Here are eight things you can do to help you feel less lonely. Text Shout to 85258 for free, 24/7 confidential, mental health support in the UK if you're feeling lonely.
Six tips for coping with isolation during the holidays
Becky, a Coach for Military Spouses and whose husband Dan is in the military, shares some of her best tips for coping with isolation at Christmas time.