Mental Health is an integral part of our overall health, but more often than not, it’s the one area many of us neglect. After a long day at work, you are so focused on getting home, having a shower, sleeping, and trying to reset for the next shift. Because you are so go-go-go all the time, small everyday tasks that keep you mentally healthy can slip away from you, such as exercise, eating right, having a personal life, or whatever else makes you feel mentally great.
When you don’t take care of your mental well-being, you can start to feel burnt out, tired, and not your best, and we want you to be your best self. We are launching the NHS well-being campaign to help NHS staff feel good.
- 1 in 6 people experiences common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression.
- 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem each year in the UK.
- After a report was conducted, it was highlighted that the percentage of people reporting severe mental health symptoms in any given week increased from 7% in 1993 to over 9% in 2014.
- People that identify as LGBTQ+
- People facing social inequality and disadvantage
- A difference in physical health
- Those who have endured a traumatic experience
- Women between the age of 16-24
- People that are facing homelessness and substance misuse.
- Connect With Others
- Get Active
- Be present
- Have non-work-related hobbies
- Be physically active
- Challenge yourself
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