Find help and support for when you are struggling with specific diagnosed mental health conditions.
Alcohol and mental health are closely linked. Find reliable information and resources to help you better understand the alcohol low risk guidelines and where to seek help if you are worried about your drinking.Learn more ➝
Anger is a normal human emotion that we are all likely to experience at some time. A collection of materials to help you manage and overcome anger.Learn more ➝
Anxiety can be described as a feeling of unease, such as fear or worry. It is normal to feel anxious about things in daily life. The feelings of anxiety usually pass. We have collated resources for coping with anxiety and how to manage being anxious.Learn more ➝
It is normal for us to feel low or fed up from time to time. If a low mood doesn’t go away it can be a sign of depression. Find free courses, resources and sources of support to help you with feelings of depression.Learn more ➝
An eating disorder is a mental health problem. It is when people use food to help with feelings and difficult situations. Eating disorders can affect anyone at any age: males, females, children, young adults, adults and older adults.Learn more ➝
Find yourself betting more than you can afford to lose, borrowing money, or feeling stressed and anxious about gambling, you may have a problem.Learn more ➝
A brief introduction to managing your chronic pain or illness and details of where you can find more information and get support.Learn more ➝
If stress is affecting your life in a negative way there are things you try to help yourself. Here is a collection of materials to help you cope with high stress levels.Learn more ➝
The following information may help if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts; or if you know someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts. It has ideas to help people stay safe and where to go for support.Learn more ➝
Melo does not provide medical advice on these conditions.
Our goal is to provide you with support services and self-help assets if your or a loved one’s mental wellbeing is affected by these conditions.
If you need medical advice, please contact your GP. If you are seeking urgent help, please call 999.