Emotional health and wellbeing
Your emotional wellbeing is just as important as your physical wellbeing. Student life can sometimes feel overwhelming, and many students can experience loneliness, stress, anxiety and low mood at times. Our resources can give you the knowledge and skills you need to help you manage these feelings.
If you find that these feelings are ongoing or having an impact on your studies or your personal life you might want to consider speaking to one of our specialist teams for further advice and support.
Stamp out stress
We know exams and assessments can be a stressful time, which is why we are running the Stamp Out Stress (SOS) campaign. The campaign provides support, advice, and activities to help you Stamp Out Stress.
- Read HealthyNTU’s top ten Stamp out stress tips.
- When you need a break, visit the Zen Den – your space to relax.
- Keep your energy levels high by checking out these quick and simple Power Snacks.
Exam and revision techniques workshop
Designed for students with Autisitic Spectrum Conditions and Specific Learning Differences such as dyslexia and ADHD, these workshops will help you prepare for your exams.
You can also visit NTU Library to find out more about the support that is on offer to all students at assessment time and throughout the year.Find more advice on exams and revision
We know that loneliness can affect us all.
If you're feeling a little lost we hope you find something useful on this page. There are lots of things you can do to help and we are here to help if needed. One of the key things you can do is to talk about it. Why not link with our Student Mental Health Champion programme.
- CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) - hints and tips on how to make friends
- Student Minds – check out their advice and tips on loneliness for University students
- NTSU – the Student Union has lots of different societies, why not try one and meet students with similar interests to yours and socialise regularly?
Money problems and mental wellbeing
There can be a link between mental health and money problems. Feeling low or anxious can sometimes make it harder to manage your money and you might find it harder to budget or feel more stressed when you need to spend money to socialise.
Money Helper have created a handy guide on how to look after yourself and your money.
You can also access the mental health and money toolkit which has interactive activities to help you.