Your Wellbeing

Psychological studies show that having people to talk to during bad times greatly increases emotional health and well-being. Many people that we support say that it helps to participate into well being activities to relieve stress and anxiety.


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The more you meditate, the more impact one meditation session will have on your mood. This can help in ensuring that your emotions don’t overwhelm you as much.

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Learn Something New

Research shows that learning new skills can also improve your mental wellbeing by boosting self-confidence and self esteem helping you to build a sense of purpose and to connect with others

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Take some ‘me’ time

It’s important to take some time out to rejuvenate yourself. Go for a hike by yourself or with a dog. Engage in a hobby. Write down all the things you’re thankful for, as this has been proven to boost happiness. Go see a funny movie by yourself.

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Exercise and healthy eating

Exercise has profound effects on physical, mental and emotional health. It triggers stress reducing chemicals and stabilizes moods.

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Social networks

Having supportive relationships in your life. Spending time with family and friends.

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Join a group or a club

Connecting with like-minded people has a profound effect on emotional well-being


MIND Mental Health Support

North Wales ‘I CAN’ Centres at the main hospitals; – a BCUHB new approach to improving the mental health and wellbeing of people across North Wales.

Locations include; Holyhead, Llangefni, Pwllheli, Llandudno, Prestatyn, Rhyl, Holywell, Flint and Wrexham.