Resources to help you improve your wellbeing and mental health

Date published: 16th February 2021

We have put together a list of online resources to help you look after your mental health and find support during these difficult times. See below a list of websites including useful information, quizzes, tips, audios and much more.

  1. Understanding and identifying the different types of mental health:
  2. A list of simple steps you can take to look after your wellbeing during the pandemic:
  3. QUIZ: ‘How Are You’ quiz by One You. You can get a FREE personalized health score when you complete this 10 minute quiz. Try it now:
  4. APPS: a list of recommended APPS put together by One You to help you stay active and deal with some mental health issues. Get downloading today:
  5. QUIZ: ‘Your Mind Plan’ quiz by Every Mind Matters is now tailored for the coronavirus outbreak and consists of 5 questions. It will give you a personalized plan based on your answers. It’s worth a try:
  6. QUIZ: Do you know the age of your heart? The Heart Age Test tells you your heart age compared to your real age. You’ll also find out roughly how many years you can add to your heart age by making lifestyle changes, why your blood pressure and cholesterol levels are so important to your heart age and how to reduce your heart age through diet and exercise. Try the quiz now:
  7.  Check out Rethink Carers’ Hub online for lots of information and support:
  8. Have you been feeling lonely lately? Check out OneYou and MindCharity websites for tips on how to cope with it.  and
  9. Visit Every Mind Matters page and find out what is low mood, how to tackle it, take a quiz, check the signs and causes of low mood and what support is available
  10. You need to look after your mental health while staying at home. Follow this link for sleeping tips, mindful breathing, reframing unhelpful thoughts, a 10-min home workout and links to other useful websites:
  11. Listen to a series of mental wellbeing audio guides to help you boost your mood:
  12. Headroom: Your Mental Health Toolkit with Mindful Tips, Mood Mixes, Personal Stories and Motivation: