Last updated: 15 November 2021
Having a healthy lifestyle, means eating a balanced diet, exercising often, and seeing your doctor for a health check now and again. This will improve both your physical health and your mental wellbeing.
Looking after your mental health
Mental wellbeing describes how you feel and how well you can cope with daily life. Good mental wellbeing will help protect you from developing mental ill health.
Be a mental health champion: join our Time to Change hub
We’re looking for people who’ve had mental health issues to become Time to Change champions. You can use your experience to change how people think and act about mental health and make a real difference.
Small Talk Saves Lives
Suicide is preventable. A short conversation with someone who’s struggling to cope can help save a life.
The Small Talk Saves Lives campaign aims to reduce suicide on the railways. It asks people to trust their instinct and act if they see someone who needs help.
This short video tells the true story of a person whose life was saved when someone took the time to talk to them.
If you or someone you know is feeling low, call Samaritans for free on 116 123.
Information and advice
See our Mental Wellbeing Strategy 2018-21.
NHS Choices service finder can help you find the right support for you.