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Support Your Mental Health

Mental health problems can affect anyone, but they’re more common among people who are LGBT+  It’s important to look after your mental health and get support when you need it. 

How to Help Yourself

Here are some ways that you can support your mental health.

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Being part of a supportive LGBT+ community group such as ours can make a difference to how you feel.

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Mental health and physical health are strongly related.  Be sure to eat well, sleep well and get some fresh air and exercise.

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Talk to trusted friends, family members or colleagues about how you feel. Don’t be afraid to ask for help from organisations that can support you.

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Being creative can boost your emotional wellbeing and help keep your mind and body active. Spend  some time on your hobbies and interests. Get involved in arts based activities and try something new.

Find out about our projects and creative activities.

BeeFree – Mind and Movement

Find more ways to help yourself on the new BeeFree Mind and Movement Website

BeeFree is a new support hive for mind and movement to help people with pain and mental health issues.

This selection of resources was put together by patients like you, working with experts at Keele University, Mind and the NHS.

Go to BeeFree Website

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