Most people feel anxious from time to time, but if it interferes with your day-to-day activities it might be a symptom of something else, including what's called an anxiety disorder. These can usually be treated, and this might include various talking treatments and medication.

  • No Panic

    A charity which offers helplines and a practical advice to people living with anxiety.

    Helpline: 0300 7729844

    Youth line: 0300 6061174

    Every day, 10am-10pm


  • Patient.info

    Extensive, good quality health information usually provided by GPs and nurses during consultation.


  • Meddwl.org

    A comprehensive Welsh-language site which offers articles, links and supportive information for those who are living with mental health issues.


  • Anxiety UK

    A charity which supports and gives information to those living with anxiety.

    03444 775 774


  • Mind Cymru

    Bilingual advice and support to empower anyone with a mental health problem, but with good, clear advice on a range of subjects, including around COVID-19.


  • Time to Change Wales

    A partnership between three of Wales' leading mental health charities, this is a campaign to end stigma around mental health. The website has interesting and useful information to this end, including links to Hafal, Gofal and Mind Cymru


  • Royal College of Psychiatry

    The Royal College of Psychiatry website has detailed, up-to-date information available about all types of depression and other mental illness, including symptoms and the best treatment options available.


  • NHS Direct Wales

    NHS Direct Wales is a 24 hour helpline, which can give advice about health and health services across Wales. It is staffed by experienced nurses specially trained to give advice over the phone and provide information about all your local services.

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