When in need please call either depending on your level of urgency: Samaritans: 116 123 | NHS: 111 | Emergency Services: 999
Take this survey about anxiety if you haven’t already.
Take this survey about depression if you haven’t already.
Traffic Light Survey Results
0%: Great! Your mental health is totally good!
20%: Nothing much to worry about, just take a good rest and treat your mental health well!
- Anxiety: Try to relax and do not think to much about your worries, let your brain be free and feed it some almond or walnut which is really good for brain.
- Depression: Try to find for yourself something that you are really enjoy to do and do not stay alone too much.
- Anxiety: you need a mental health doctor to give you some advice about what should you do and try to do some yoga exercise which might help you get control of your anxiety.
- Depression: you need a mental health doctor to give you some advice about your mental health or you can see the chatbot in this website which you can use to get advice.
- Anxiety: Your mental health is a cause for concern. You need to go to the doctor more often and try to do as your doctor says as soon as you can.
- Depression: Your mental health is a cause for concern. Try to relax, feed yourself and go to see the doctor as soon as you can.
100%: Your mental health is not ideal. It would be a very good idea to go and see a mental health expert or call one of the numbers listed on this website.
The emergency numbers we advise to call:
Samaritans 116 123
People contact Samaritans with all sorts of concerns and what might be a small issue to you may be huge to someone else. You could be going through something new or have been struggling to cope for some time, either way, we’re here if you feel you need some extra support.
NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do.
Emergency Services 999
Call 999 strictly for an emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.