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Resources on mental and physical wellbeing

Mental and physical wellbeing can go hand in hand. You need to look after both.

Here is some information on mental and physical wellbeing, including national and local health campaigns. You can also look on the Royal College of Psychiatrists website www.rcpsych.ac.uk or Mind at www.mind.org.uk We also have a page discussing some common mental health conditions on our website.

For a specific health condition, visit www.nhs.uk

We’ve put together a patient health handbook (useful for anyone who wants to get healthier) containing websites on topics such as giving up smoking or drinking. There’s also websites for physical activities such as walking and cycling. And for those of us who also have physical conditions such as autism or diabetes there are support websites too. If you’re serious about using any of these websites to begin your journey, there’s a diary at the back to help you keep a track for a couple of weeks. Good luck everyone!

Frontline is a new community project that helps the public and frontline workers to quickly find details on local health and wellbeing services. The three new websites are aimed at people living in Epping Forest, Harlow and Uttlesford and funded by ECC and West Essex CCG.
www.uttlesfordfrontline.org.uk   www.eppingforestfrontline.org.uk  www.harlowfrontline.org.uk

If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact the Communications Team at nepuft.enquiries@nhs.net and we’ll see what we can find for you.