Help raise awareness this October 10th for World Mental Health Day. As our understanding of mental health grows, we grow along with it, however while we’ve learned a lot, there’s still so much more we can do to evolve as a society.

Eight ways to look after your mental health as a student

University is usually hailed as some of the best years of your life – and 99% of the time, it really is. However, sometimes a student lifestyle can take its toll on your mental health. With the stress of trying to keep up with your studies as well as keep up with your social life, it’s natural to feel a little overwhelmed. We’ve gathered a few tips on how to look after your mental health as a student.
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Counselling for student mental health problems

Mental health problems are as common among students as they are in the general population. But it's not just students with a diagnosed mental health condition who can benefit from counselling. Anyone who has new challenges as a student could benefit from talking to someone.
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Mind's Guide To Student Mental Health

This guide aims to support you during your time as a student and provides useful tips and guidance, whether you are experiencing mental health problems or have done in the past, or whether you would just like more information on how to keep yourself healthy and well in your new student life. Studying is likely to bring a number of changes to your life. It can be enjoyable and interesting, but it can also be challenging.
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Looking After Your Mental Wellbeing 

​We all have mental health and our mental wellbeing can fluctuate day-to-day. When you’re not feeling great, it can feel harder to take action to benefit your wellbeing. However there are small steps we can take in our everyday lives to look after our mental wellbeing. According to the British Medical Association, research has shown that there are many benefits of taking action to support your wellbeing, such as: Greater self-confidence and control, improved quality of life, healthier behaviours and a better understanding of your own health.
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