Understanding low mood

One in four people, at some point in their life, experience a form of low mood, depression, anxiety or stress-related illness in the UK. They can affect any person at any time in their life and can result in people finding themselves losing interest in things they previously enjoyed. Low mood usually improves after a few days or weeks, in its mildest form it can mean being in low spirits but if these negative feelings don't go away or get worse it can lead to depression which can be debilitating.

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    Looking after your health and wellbeing is about looking after the whole of you. We are working with Turning Point to offer access to online information and advice along with evidence-based structured interventions on a range of wellbeing topics covering mind, body and behaviour.

Create your personalised toolkit

Personalise your experience by telling us what interests you. Simply select from the list of subjects available.

Change your mind? You can easily update your preferences at any time. Don’t worry your information is kept safe and confidential at all times.

Create your personalised toolkit

Here are some of the subjects we cover:

  • Managing stress
  • Giving up smoking
  • Core skills to help you at work
  • CV and interview support
  • Redundancy
  • Apprenticeships

Want to talk to someone?

Call our confidential freephone helpline and speak to one of our helpline advisors.
Whether you find yourself...

  • Dealing with loss or bereavement
  • In fear of losing your job
  • Struggling to cope financially

...we are here to listen and provide you with the right level of support.

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Confidential freephone helpline

Freephone 0808 801 0808

International +44 845 766 0113*

ROI 1800 911 810

Text 88010*

*Network charges may apply, check with your provider.