Increased mindfulness has been shown to be beneficial in many ways, including helping to manage stress and to maintain good mental health. Mindfulness is a skill that can be learnt and practised.

Useful resources for mindfulness


Advice from the NHS on the benefits of mindfulness, and tips for adding it into your daily life.

Mindful >

All the questions you might have about mindfulness, answered.

Healthy Minds app >

Download the app for podcast-style lessons and meditations.

The Radical Compassion Institute >

Free 40-day online training in mindfulness meditation with two of the world’s most respected meditation teachers.

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Take a look at our other resources and sources of support for help with everything - from issues with alcohol, to healing from trauma.

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Get involved in the free support available for you at uni, including support groups, drop-in events and the annual Feel Good Fest.

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Wellbeing resources and other support

Expert advice recommended by our Student Wellbeing Service

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Student Wellbeing Service

Learn more about the help we offer for personal and emotional worries.

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