Mental health applies to everyone. It is about the way we think, the way we feel and the way we behave. It is about being able to manage the stresses of life and functioning well.
Everyone can feel fed up or sad. These feelings can last two or three weeks and not really interfere with our daily lives. Sometimes though there is a reason why we feel a little flat, and at other times there is not. We tend to usually manage, perhaps talking to friends or family about how we feel, but this is where help stoops for many people.
The Live Life Well website http://www.live-lifewell.net/ is full of information to help you manage your mental wellbeing. It hopes to help you feel mentally well offering lifestyles advice, information on what access locally and how to receive further support.
Look at how eating well, exercising well, socialising well, managing well and thinking well can improve your mental wellbeing, and follow the online self-help sections based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression, Anxiety and Sleep Problems.