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Mental Health and Wellbeing  

Mental Wellbeing 

The impact of stress and other mental illness on our relationships, our working lives and our physical health is huge. What you eat, how much you exercise, the environment that you live in, the quality of friendships you have, will effect your physical and mental health. If any of these elements are not positive, then this will affect how you think and feel about yourself. 

Take time to develop the skills you need to keep you mentally well and physically healthy, by being clear about how you eat, exercise and relax. Recognise and develop the resilience skills you need, so that external forces are not detrimental to your physical and mental well being.

Try out some of the useful links below to get more information or help.

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Useful Links
  • HUG
    The Highland Users Group (HUG) is a network of users of mental health services who live in the Highlands.
  • LGBT Helpline Scotland
    Information and emotional support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their families, friends and supporters across Scotland. Open every Tuesday and Wednesday from 12-9pm. 0300 123 2523 / helpline@lgbthealth.org.uk
  • Mental Health Foundation
    The Mental Health Foundation website outlines the charity’s work in research, policy, service development and service user involvement. The site offers information and publications to download on research, good practice in services and on mental health problems and key issues. It provides a daily mental health news service and directories of organisations, websites and events. Website visitors can use forums and bulletin boards, join a mailing list and find out how to support the organisation.
  • SAMH
    Scotland's Leading Mental Health Charity.
  • See Me
    Let's stop the stigma of Mental Ill Health