Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
Mental wellbeing describes your mental state – how you are feeling and how well you can cope with day-to-day life.
Our mental wellbeing can change, from day to day, month to month or year to year.
If you have good mental wellbeing (or good mental health), you are able to:
We all have times when we have low mental wellbeing – when we feel sad or stressed, or find it difficult to cope. For example, when we suffer some sort of loss; experience loneliness or relationships problems; or are worried about work or money. Sometimes, there is no clear reason why we experience a period of poor mental health.
Evidence suggests there are five steps we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing. Read our 5 Ways to Wellbeing booklet
If you approach them with an open mind and try them, you can judge the results yourself.
Learn more on the NHS website in Awareness for mental wellbeing.
The NHS website Wellbeing Assessment Tool
Find out more on the NHS website about mental wellbeing
Click here for the Sleep matters information booklet
Click here for the How to manage and reduce stress booklet
Click here for the How to improve your sleep booklet
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