Everyone knows that exercise is good for your body – but it’s also important for your emotional wellbeing.
Scientists have discovered that exercise causes your brain to release chemicals that make you feel good.
There is evidence to show that exercise can help raise self-esteem, help sleep problems, improve memory and concentration, take your mind off negative thoughts and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression.
The NHS has developed this overview of gym-free exercises that you can do from home, for free!
Share what's bothering you
Sharing what’s bothering you can be the first step towards getting it sorted.
If you feel that the problems you’re having are too big for you to deal with by yourself, you may want to get in contact with your GP, someone from school/college or someone else you trust.
We have a full directory of helpline support on our Support Services page but here are some useful freephone helplines that are open 24/7 here: