We all have mental health

Get back to nature for your wellbeing

Contact with nature can provide multiple health and wellbeing benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety; and boosting our mood, self-esteem, and resilience.

Yet during the pandemic, most of us have had to spend more time than usual indoors – which is why we think it’s more important than ever that we make space for fresh air and nature.

Hear from Dave, who works at one of SAMH’s gardening services, on how you can create a simple potted herb garden.

Dave’s potted garden

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The coronavirus mental health information hub

We're living through difficult and unprecedented times. It's okay if you're struggling. If you're looking for mental health information and support, we can help.

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5 ways to improve your mental health

Evidence suggests there are five ways to improve our mental wellbeing: be active, connect, learn, give and take notice.

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