Today (10 October) is World Mental Health Day, providing a chance for you to talk about your mental health and show others that theirs matters.
With increased pressure in everyday life, anxiety can become a big problem, preventing you from carrying out basic tasks. Understanding anxiety and reaching out for support can help.
As winter continues, looking after your mental health, seeking support and acknowledging how you are feeling is essential.
The course of the coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly caused stress and anxiety for millions of people, but as restrictions ease, a new wave of social anxiety is preventing some from returning to normal life.
One of the most misunderstood mental health conditions, schizophrenia is continually vilified. As the conversations around mental health advance, schizophrenia should come to the forefront.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, people with a learning disability have been left behind in the provision of support. In the new normal, what needs to change to better assist the learning disabled community? People with a learning disability have their say.
Labour MP Nadia Whittome has revealed in a Twitter post that she will be taking time away from duties to look after her mental health, after being diagnosed with post-traumatic disorder (PTSD).
BBC One soap, Eastenders is set to air emotional scenes as character Isaac experiences schizophrenia and mental illness.
In a year of shielding and staying indoors, the anticipation and apprehension that comes with restrictions lifting can impact our mental health. Near or far, venturing into the great outdoors can release endorphins to boost your mood.
Kickstarting the conversation with a loved one about their mental health, or even to discuss how you’re feeling, can be a daunting prospect – but opening up is a critical step for your wellbeing. In 2021, it’s time to talk.
New research involving people with mental health problems has revealed that half say their mental health has deteriorated since the start of the pandemic.
Today is World Kindness Day, and in these unprecedented times, being kinder has never been more important. Plus, it’s easier than you think to be kind.
Two charities have teamed up to launch a counselling service for children and young people affected by motor neurone disease (MND).
At times, feelings of anxiety can become overwhelming and even debilitating. Experts share how you can understand anxiety and support mechanisms available.
BROTHERS is a short film detailing friendship, betrayal and the fragility of mental health announced by CALM, STUDIOCANAL UK, and HKX.