Every Mind Matters campaign launched

Public Health England has launched the Every Mind Matters campaign to support people to take action to look after their mental health and wellbeing and help support others such as family and friends. 
 
The campaign launch follows research from Public Health England that found that almost half (49%) felt that the pandemic has impacted negatively on their mental health and wellbeing (53% of women and 45% of men). Of those surveyed, significant proportions of the population said they had been experiencing more anxiety (46%), stress (44%), sleep problems (34%) and low mood (46%) over the course of the pandemic. 
 
The campaign encourages people to get a free NHS-approved Mind Plan from the Every Mind Matters website. By answering 5 simple questions, adults will get a personalised action plan with practical tips to help them deal with stress and anxiety, boost their mood, sleep better and feel more in control. Over 2.6 million Mind Plans have been created since it launched in October 2019.
 
The Every Mind Matters COVID-19 hub also includes practical tips and support on how adults can deal with uncertainty, how to cope with money and job worries and how to look after both their own and their family’s mental wellbeing while staying at home.
 
The campaign is supported by a coalition of leading mental health charities, including Mind, Samaritans, Young Minds and Rethink.

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