Debt and mental health
Learn more about debt and mental health. Find out how mental health problems can affect your finances and how to get help.
Dementia isn’t just about memory loss. It can affect how you think, feel, speak and behave.
We all have times when we feel down, but depression is about more than feeling sad or fed up for a few days. Depression causes a low mood that lasts a long time and affects your daily life.
Diet and mental health
What we eat doesn’t just affect our physical health: it can also affect our mental health and wellbeing.
Drugs and mental health
Learn about drugs and mental health. Find out more about substance abuse, the different types of drugs used, and what leads to it.
Having an eating disorder means having a difficult relationship with food. This can include eating too little or too much, or becoming fixated with your weight or shape.
Physical activity and mental health
Physical activity can improve your mental wellbeing. Being physically active means moving your body and working your muscles: for example, by walking, running, dancing, swimming, doing yoga or gardening.
Friendship and mental health
Friendship is a crucial element in protecting our mental health. Our friends can keep us grounded, help us get things in perspective, and help us manage the problems that life throws at us.
Gambling and mental health
Learn about gambling. Find out why we gamble, how to know when gambling has become a problem, how to help yourself and how to help a loved one.
Talking to your GP about your mental health
Learn about talking to you GP about your mental health. Find out how to get the most out of your appointment, get advice on finding the best GP for you and useful information guides.