Bullying at work

This can happen in many different ways. If you feel as though you are experiencing bullying in the workplace, this can be a very devastating and distressing issue and bullying can affect your emotional health. You may be feeling very low and anxious at the thought of going to work and facing the individual or group that may be subjecting you to this and the bullying may also be affecting family life. The attached links include lots of useful advice.

Are you aware of the effects cannabis can have on your mental health?

Cannabis is an illegal drug which can affect your mental health. This link talks about the effects that cannabis can have on your mental health and how to get help and support. You may also find it useful if you care for someone who uses cannabis.

Someone you know may have a mental health problem right now – a family member, your friend, your workmate. He or she just might not know how to tell you. 

Being open to mental health can break down any stigma surrounding it. You don’t have to be an expert to talk and to listen, and often it’s the little things that make a big difference. The following links contain useful information and contacts to assist you in these matters.

A-Z of mental health

Health & well-being support for apprentices

These practical tips cover the basics of healthy eating and can help you make healthier choices

Tips for healthy eating

Healthy eating and staying active, combined with a positive outlook can lead to:

  • Reduced risk of heart disease and some forms of cancer.
  • Elevated mood, energy and self-esteem.
  • Reduced anxiety and stress.
  • Opportunities to spend enjoyable time with family and friends.

Sunscreen and sun safety

Advice for adults and children on sunscreen and sun safety in the UK and abroad.

 

 

 

 

Quit smoking

If you want to stop smoking, you can make small changes to your lifestyle that may help you resist the temptation to light up.

10 self-help tips to stop smoking

 

 

 

 

Drug addiction: getting help

If you need treatment for drug addiction, you’re entitled to NHS care in the same way as anyone else who has a health problem.

With the right help and support, it’s possible for you to get drug free and stay that way.

Where to get help