Wellbeing on the Web

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Wellbeing is more than just being 'happy', it is the sense of feeling physically, mentally and emotionally well. Your sense of wellbeing may be affected by many different things - your physical health, the place you live, whether you have a job you like, if you are in a happy relationship.
You may not have any control over some of these things but there are many changes you can make to improve your sense of wellbeing. There are small and simple lifestyle choices that you can make that will make a big difference to the way you feel.


This website aims to provide the people of Northamptonshire with the information you need to make these lifestyle choices and increase your sense of wellbeing. There are many things - what you eat, the exercise you take, what you do in your spare time - that can have a massive impact on your stress levels and your mood.
There is also information about the things that may negatively affect your sense of wellbeing such as mental or physical health problems. The site also includes links to other useful websites and a directory of the resources and organisations that are available in Northamptonshire that provide assistance, advice, information and support for a wide range of issues and problems.
 Use the navigation bar on the left hand side of the screen to take a look through our wellbeing information.

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The website has been created in partnership between Changing Minds, a mental health training and education centre based in Northamptonshire, Primhe, a charity providing mental health education for people working in primary care and Northamptonshire libraries.
Check out the links below to find out more about the organisations involved.






Changing Minds, Mobile X3 Park Campus, University of Northampton, Boughton Green Road, Northampton, NN2 6AL