Smoking and Mental Health
Being smoke-free helps relieve stress, anxiety and depression and gives you a more positive outlook on life. These benefits apply to all smokers, not just those with pre-existing mental health problems.
Nutrition and Mental Health
Eating a healthy diet can do a lot to improve your mood and sense of wellbeing. Explore the relationship between what you eat and how you feel.
Physical Activity and Mental Health
We all know that being physically active is good for our bodies. But our physical health and mental health are closely linked – so physical activity can be very beneficial for our mental health and wellbeing too.
Long Term Conditions and Mental Health
People with long-term health conditions are more likely to suffer poor mental health. Hull & East Yorkshire Mind will work with you to identify the best course of treatment/therapy to improve your mental well-being.
Physical Health and Mental Health
Poor physical health can lead to an increased risk of developing mental health problems. Similarly, poor mental health can negatively impact on physical health, leading to an increased risk of some conditions.
Alcohol/substance misuse and Mental Health
It may take longer for your mental health to get better if you use drugs or alcohol. Drugs can make you more unwell and more likely to try and harm yourself or take your own life.
Socioeconomic factors and Mental Health
Adverse Childhood Experiences and mental health
Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, can have a tremendous impact on someone later in life. Talking about your experiences can sometimes help you feel better.