Feeling lonely is something that all of us can experience at any point in our lives, which can have negative impacts on our health and wellbeing.
There are lots of simple actions that you can do to help others who may be feeling lonely, including:
● Giving a friend or family member a call or text
● Reaching out to a friend for a cuppa
You might find that reaching out to someone else could help you to feel less lonely too.
Find out how you can help lift someone out of loneliness
|See the below links to websites for further help and advice|
|Visit the NHS Mental Health Hub for information, help and guidance.|
|Tips and advice to help you cope with feelings of loneliness and isolation. Written with care, for young people, by young people.|
|NHS help and guidance for your mental health and wellbeing.|
|For more information call the Age UK Advice Line on 0800 678 1602.|
We’re open 8am to 7pm, every day of the year.
|Making the most of the Internet: Help and Advice from Age UK|
|Visit The Silver Line Website – help for older people set up by Esther Rantzen. Or call on 0800 470 8090.|
|Independent Age can provide you and your family with clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility.|
|Challenging common myths about Loneliness. Help and Advice.|