Resources for Individuals
Below is a list of useful resources that can be downloaded or shared. These are based on our most Frequently Asked Questions and are intended to provide you with general advice.
Sleep is as important to our bodies as food, water and oxygen. A good night’s sleep helps our bodies and minds recover from the day and prepare for the day to come. A lack of good quality sleep not only causes tiredness and fatigue, but can also cause mood disturbances, slowed reaction time, impaired judgement, poor concentration and reduced memory abilities.
Relationships are an important aspect of social and emotional wellbeing. How we relate to others at home, work and in the community can have a big impact on our lives.
Most people recognise the importance of looking after the health of their body, and it is equally important to look after your mental wellbeing.
Mental health and wellbeing help you to realise your potential and cope with the normal stresses of life. Anxiety and depression are conditions that affect your mental health.
Communities and individuals affected by natural disasters can experience a range of thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
Take some simple steps to look after your mental health and wellbeing, and support those around you.