Digital booklets for you to read and look through, providing you with information about various wellbeing and mental health concerns.
- Anxiety and Panic Attacks
This booklet explains what is meant by anxiety, and when it can become a mental health problem. It also describes some common signs and symptoms of anxiety, things that may make you more vulnerable to developing problems with anxiety or panic, as well as suggestions for coping if living with them.
This booklet explains what depression is, and information about some of the specific types of depression including types of treatment. As well as, information for friends and family who want to support someone with depression.
- Food and Mood
This leaflet contains some healthy eating tips and recipe suggestions.
- Mental Health at Work
For anyone who is managing their mental health at work, this booklet covers the relationship between work and mental health, managing stress and difficult relationships at work, and what support you can get.
This guide includes information on mindfulness and two pages of notes, for you to reflect and track the effects of mindfulness exercises on your mood and wellbeing.
- Physical Activity
This short guide includes ideas on choosing an activity and some tips to help you get started.
- Quick Tips
This booklet provides Workplace Wellbeing tips on stress, anger, relaxation, sleep, money and mental health, peer support, panic attacks, loniliness and more.
Exploring relaxation can help you look after yourself when you’re feeling stressed or worried. Have a look at the tips and ideas in this guide to see how relaxation can fit into your daily life.
- Seeking Help
A guide to taking the first steps, making empowered decisions and getting the right support for you. Also includes information about seeking help outside the NHS, and information for friends and family on how to support someone else to seek help.
If you have problems sleeping, this booklet can help you understand what might be affecting your sleep. A two-week sleep diary is also included, to record information about your sleep habits.
There’s a close relationship between sleep and mental health. Living with a mental health problem can affect how well you sleep, and poor sleep can have a negative impact on your mental health. You can access more detailed information on sleep at mind.org.uk/sleep.
This booklet is for anyone who wants to manage stress or supports someone else who experiences stress. It explains what stress is, what might cause it and how it can affect you, including information about ways you can help yourself and how to get support. It also provides guidance on what friends and family can do to help, and gives details on where to find more information and support.
- Understanding Mental Health Problems
This booklet is for anyone who experiences problems with their mental health. It explains what mental health problems are, what may cause them, and the many different kinds of treatment and services that are available. It also addresses some common misconceptions, provides guidance on what friends and family can do to help, and gives details of where to find more information and support.