Mental health resources for young adults
Many young adults struggle to manage their mental health, but resources - just for young people - are available. Learn more here.
Generation Y stress
Generation Y (people born in the 1980s and 1990s) report higher stress levels - and for different reasons - than older Australians. Learn more here.
Smiling Mind is a free app designed to help reduce stress and improve your wellbeing by helping you develop your meditation skills.
Mindfulness and mental health
Research shows that mindfulness – focusing on the present – can improve memory and reduce stress, and it’s a technique that anyone can practise.
Hot weather risks and staying cool
We live in a sunburnt country where hot days and heatwaves can stress our bodies. Here's how to stay cool and hydrated.
Information about overcoming addiction, including deciding to make a change, getting support, exploring treatment options and learning about healthy ways to cope with stress from leading Australian health organisations.
Have a good day at work – every day
Returning to work after a break can be a positive experience. Follow these tips from the Black Dog Institute to help you find joy and calm in your work day – no stress.
Trichotillomania is a psychiatric disorder that compels people to pull out their hair. Lasting for several months or many years, it can fluctuate in severity.
Are you experiencing suicidal thoughts?
If you’re thinking about suicide, you’re not alone and there is hope. There are things you can do, people you can talk to, and help is at hand. Learn more here.
Stuttering is a speech disorder that affects the flow of speech. Learn about the treatments and programs that can help people who stutter to improve their speech.