Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 15 to 21 May - and this year’s theme is anxiety. Anxiety is a really normal emotion in all of us - but it’s important for us to recognise and respond when we feel anxious, so that it doesn’t get out of control and become a mental health problem.
There are some simple things you can try to help manage these feelings. Next time you’re feeling anxious, give them a go and see how you feel:
If your feelings of anxiety are not going away, are having a negative impact on your life, or often prevent you from doing things you need or want to do, you can speak to your GP or find support on the emotional wellbeing section on Camden Rise. Or check out these organisations and links below: