Every Mind Matters
Having good mental health can help us feel better, sleep better and support us in doing the things we want to do. It can also help us have more positive relationships with those around us.
There is support out there for YOU
Explore available support services and advice on how to maintain your mental wellbeing
Improving mental health and wellbeing is a key priority for Barnet with a strong emphasis on improving services, tackling stigma and discrimination and focusing on prevention and early help.
Signs of anxiety
- feel a sense of dread
- feel tired, restless, on edge or irritable
- have difficulty concentrating or making decisions
- feel dizzy, sick or short of breath
- have difficulty falling or staying asleep
- experience a noticeably strong, fast or irregular heartbeat
- experience headaches, muscle aches or tension
- have a stomach ache
- have pins and needles
- have a dry mouth
- sweat excessively
- tremble or shake
- avoid situations and activities that you're worried about
- put off activities that make you feel anxious
- repeatedly checking things or seeking reassurance from others
Signs of Low Mood
- worried, anxious or panicked
- a lack of self-confidence
- frustrated or irritated
- not interested in things
- not doing things you enjoy or need to do
Signs of poor sleep
- find it difficult to fall asleep
- lie awake for long periods at night
- wake up several times during the night
- wake up early and be unable to get back to sleep
- feel down or have a lower mood
- have difficulty concentrating
- be more irritable than usual
Barnet Wellbeing Hub
Mind in Barnet
Let’s Talk IAPT - Barnet
How does it work?
Complete the course online at a time and pace that suits you. Each week you log in and meet 'The Prof', your virtual sleep expert.
The Prof helps you to address your thoughts and worries about sleep, your daily schedule, your lifestyle, and your bedroom.
Each session takes 20-30 minutes. There are 6 core sessions, and a daily sleep diary which helps you track your progress.