MENTAL HEALTH HELP & WARNINGS

Information on this website is considered informational and experiential and does not in any way constitute professional medical advice. Please consult your health professional for such medical advice.

Talk to someone you trust - often talking through your experience with someone you trust goes a long way to reducing your anxiety, and can help you to gain some perspective moving forward, especially during a crisis.


If you don’t feel comfortable talking to a friend or loved one, seek professional advice from your GP or contact a crisis line by scrolling below in your country.


OTHER COUNTRIES PLEASE SCROLL BELOW FOR YOUR COUNTRY NUMBERS.

URGENT MENTAL HEALTH CARE SUPPORT IN AUSTRALIA PLEASE IMMEDIATELY CONTACT.

Lifeline 13 11 14

Beyond Blue 1300 22 46 36

Ambulance 000

TALK TO SOMEONE WHO UNDERSTANDS

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A Conversation Can Help Reduce Your Immediate Symptoms

The information on this website is considered advice and is not in any way a professional platform.

Talk to someone you trust - often talking through your experience with someone you trust goes a long way to reducing your anxiety, and can help you to gain some perspective moving forward.

 

If you don’t feel comfortable talking to a loved one, seek professional advice from your GP or contact a crisis line like Lifeline or Beyond Blue by clicking these links.

NEVER STOP YOUR MEDICATION

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Seek Medical Advice Before Changing Medication

Do not stop taking your anti-psychotic medication without the approval of your professional guidance. Stopping or reducing your medication without your doctor’s approval may cause psychosis if you are not ready for it to be reduced.


Hesitating, stopping concurrently or stopping the medication all together can bring symptoms of psychosis back.

BREATHING EXERCISES TO RELIEVE ANXIETY

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Try This Tip

If you are feeling distressed at this moment, feel your feet on the floor, then feel your legs, then your torso, then your arms and head.


Now, take some deep breaths into your stomach, and observe the room you are in, and now write down a list of people you can call, and call them so you can talk to them about what is going on for you.

'AUSTRALIA ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

'NEW ZEALAND' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

'USA ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

Seek help immediately by calling:

Hopeline 1 800 273 8255

Ambulance 911

'CANADA ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

'ENGLAND ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

Seek help immediately by calling:

Samaritans 116 123

Hopeline UK 0800 068 4141

Ambulance 999

'SCOTLAND ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

Seek help immediately by calling:

Samaritans 116 123

Ambulance 999

'IRELAND ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

​Seek help immediately by calling:

Samaritans 116 123

Ambulance 999

'WALES ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

'SOUTH AFRICA ONLY' HELP

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If you feel suicidal, causing self-harm or in a crisis, please reach out for immediate support. We are a call away.

​Seek help immediately by calling:

Lifeline 0861 322 322

Ambulance 10 177