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This week, 10th – 16th May 2021 is The Mental Health Foundation’s Mental Health Awareness Week. Now is a better time than ever to seek help and support for anything that may have an impact on your wellbeing and mental health.
This year’s theme is nature - something that many of us have connected with throughout the course of the pandemic. Social distanced walks with friends, or gardening to keep yourself busy have been common ways to keep your mind active during some of the darkest times many of us have faced.
Research by the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute found that people with mental health problems are 3-and-a-half times more likely to be in problem debt than people with no mental health problems. As a financial solutions provider, we also understand that it works the opposite way too, with debt often being the cause of mental health difficulties.
Improving mental health can seem an impossible task but taking small steps whilst working to an end goal should make it easier. We’ve collated our 5 top tips to help improve your mental health:
More importantly, don’t be afraid to ask for help – whether it’s worrying about your debts or struggling with your mental health, there are people who can help.
You could speak to your GP, caseworker, or take a look on Mind’s list of organisations that can help with mental health support.
For debt advice, you can use our Online Debt Advice Tool, speak to us on Live Chat, email email@example.com or call us on 01925 599400 to speak in complete confidence to one of our experienced debt advisers.
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