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This week, we’re shining a light on wellbeing as Mental Health Awareness Week begins. It wasn’t so long ago that mental health was seen as a taboo topic, leaving many without support when they needed it most. Thankfully, there is a much greater level of understanding these days, creating a safe environment for people to start conversations and open up about how they are feeling.
What is Mental Health Awareness Week?
Organised by the Mental Health Foundation, this week aims to raise awareness and share information around mental health problems, including how to prevent and manage them.
This year, the focus is anxiety – one of the most common mental health problems we can face. Many of us feel anxious at certain times in our lives, usually in response to a particularly stressful situation. However, if these feelings of anxiety occur more frequently and without a rational external trigger, it can become a mental health problem. If you’re struggling, you are not alone and help is available.
Free anxiety self-help guide when you subscribe today
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, we are running a limited time offer: get 3 issues for £10, plus a free digital download of ‘Change Your Life – Beat Anxiety’. Within this self-help guide, you’ll find a range of expert-approved methods to help you manage your anxiety.