You're not alone with your mental health
NHS inform has a lot of resources to help with your mental health, whether you're looking for advice, information, local support, or ideas for improving your wellbeing.
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health.
Learn more about mental health conditions and explore our range of self-help guides
Learn more about mental wellbeing
Find mental health and wellbeing resources in your area
Explore the Breathing Space service
Visit Mind to Mind to hear what other people have done to improve their mental wellbeing
If you're feeling overwhelmed or need support you can call NHS 24 on 111. The Mental Health Hub is open 24/7.
Stress and anxiety
Stress and anxiety are a normal part of life, but at times they can become overwhelming. If you’re experiencing stress or anxiety, we have a range of resources and support on NHS inform.
Learn more about coping with stress
Use our anxiety self-help guide
It's normal for some experiences to leave you feeling low. But if the negative feelings don't go away, or are stopping you carrying on with normal life, you can access a range of resources and support.
Alcohol and gambling
Alcohol and gambling can both turn quickly from a bit of fun into a dangerous habit – but you don’t have to deal with these problems alone. There's a range of resources and support available to help you.
Get help if someone in your life is struggling with alcohol use
Drug use can have a significant effect on mental health and wellbeing. If you're concerned about your drug use, or someone else's, we have information and sources of support available.
Learn more about drugs and drug use
Get help if you're concerned about drug use
Get help if someone in your life is struggling with drug use
Help for young people
Young people can experience unique challenges that have a negative effect on their mental wellbeing. If you’re struggling with your emotions, there’s a range of resources and support available to you.
Learn about coping with exam stress
Read information and advice about eating disorders