The fast changing world of work and increased demands mean that the connection between mental health and work has never been so important. This week we share different ways to improve your Mental Health at Work.

This week 9th May to the 13th May inclusive we will be looking at ways to combat loneliness and Stress.


It’s important to remember that you can talk about your feelings at work. This can help you maintain your mental health and deal with times when you feel stressed or troubled.
Taking regular exercise can really help boost your self-esteem not to mention it can help you concentrate, sleep and feel better. Experts say that we should aim to do 30 minutes of exercise, 5 days a week.
Our 3rd tip to help improve your Mental Health at Work
What we eat and drink can affect how we feel both immediately and in the longer term. Its important to bear in mind that a good diet that benefits your physical health is also good for your mental health.
Enjoying yourself is an excellent way to combat stress. At work, you may have a hobby you’d like to share or join in with colleagues. For example a work running club or crafting group can be a great way to share a skill with others and enjoy yourself.
Maintaining relationships and collaborating in a supportive team is important for mental health at work. If working relationships break down it can lead to tension. Seeking out a friend or trusted work colleague with whom you can share your feelings can help you work through any challenges you experience in your workplace.
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