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Depression Self-Help Guide – NHS Inform
Depression Self-Help Guide – NHS Inform

This self-help guide is intended for people with mild-to-moderate symptoms of depression.

Managing Low Mood – Self Help Guide
Managing Low Mood – Self Help Guide

If you are in need of some support, this self-help book can help you cope better with low mood. This booklet prepared by Wellbeing-Glasgow covers a wide range of topics related to low mood and…

Keep an activity record 
Keep an activity record 

A table you can use to schedule your daily activities and plan your week.

Activities you can try at home 
Activities you can try at home 

Increasing your activity levels can help improve your mood.

Improving your mood apps
Improving your mood apps

self-help tools that can help you manage symptoms of depression

Increase your positive activities  
Increase your positive activities  

An exercise in helping you find a balance in life and actively putting those positive activities back into your life.  

Tips on managing change in our lives
Tips on managing change in our lives

We all have to cope and manage with change in our lives for lots of reasons. Here are some tips and thoughts on navigating through a period of change.

Problem Solving
Problem Solving

Take a positive step-by-step approach to problem solving in order to reduce your worries and manage those obstacles that crop up every day.

Relaxation
Relaxation

If you feel tense a lot of the time, you can try learning some relaxation skills, as these should be helpful.

Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a psychological therapy based on the relationships between what we think, what we do and how we feel. CBT teaches you how to recognise and tackle problems in the here and now, rather than in the past.  

Urgent Help

Emergency

If you, or someone you know, is in crisis and in imminent danger of causing harm to themselves or others, call 999 immediately

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