The categories below provide information regarding health and wellbeing support which you may find useful.
Resources for the well researched and proven '5 ways to wellbeing' - Connect, Be Active, Learn, Take Notice, and Give.
There are lots of benefits to cutting down on alcohol consumption
This may help those who are experiencing anxiety, both in and out of the workplace
This guidance is aimed at both managers and employees to help with the bereavement process
The health and wellbeing of our staff and students is our priority, especially during the current COVID-19 outbreak
We want to ensure that any member of staff feeling at risk during this time knows where they can turn for support
It is important to remember that food is to be enjoyed and not to feel guilty about.
This resource may be useful if you are worried about your relationship with food
Here you can find some sources of information and support for financial worries
This guidance helps employers and meeting organisers to promote healthier and more sustainable meetings
You can find sources of support here if you are struggling with loneliness
If you or somebody you know has been diagnosed with cancer, Macmillan Cancer Support can help
The University is committed to supporting staff who are experiencing symptoms of the menopause
This guidance can help support your mental health, including your emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing
Find out more about the benefits of mindfulnes and how you can incorporate it into your daily life.
Take a look at the benefits of being physically active and how this could help your wellbeing
Sleep has a number of critical functions and is essential for good health and wellbeing
Find out some of the benefits of quitting smoking including the support that you have available to you
The University of Huddersfield is committed to providing a healthy working environment for all of its employees