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Back to Feelings and symptoms. Most people feel lonely sometimes, for many different reasons.

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If loneliness is affecting your life, there are things you can try that may help. Support is also available if you're finding it hard to cope with stress, anxiety or depression. If you're not sure how you feel, try our mood self-assessment.

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You could also contact Samaritanscall: or : jo samaritans. Find out more about peer support on the Mind website. On social media you usually only see things people want to share.

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You can refer yourself directly to a psychological therapies service without a referral from a GP. Go to It's often linked with things that could prevent you spending time with other people, such as:. However, you do not have to be on your own all the time to feel lonely.

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Many people feel lonely in a relationship or while spending time with friends or family. Other ificant life events such as buying a house, having a baby or planning a wedding could also lead to feelings of loneliness.

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You might find it hard to explain to people why you feel this way, but talking to someone could help you find a solution. Find out more about the 5 steps to mental wellbeing. Loneliness can affect people at any age, but older people are especially vulnerable to social isolation.

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Feeling lonely. Information: Coronavirus advice Get advice about coronavirus and looking after your mental wellbeing: Every Mind Matters: how to look after your mental wellbeing while staying at home Mind: Coronavirus and your wellbeing.

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Do try talking about your feelings to a friend, family member, health professional or counsellor. Find out more about peer support on the Mind website try the 6 ways to feel happierwhich are simple lifestyle changes to help you feel more in control and able to cope find out how to raise your self-esteem listen to free mental wellbeing audio guides search and download relaxation and mindfulness apps or online community apps from the NHS apps library.

2. take stock of connections you already have.

On social media you usually only see things people want to share try not to tell yourself that you're alone — many people feel lonely at some point in their life and support is available try not to use alcohol, cigarettes, gambling or drugs to relieve loneliness; these can all contribute to poor mental health. Information: Further information and support The mental health charity Mind offers more information on: loneliness low self-esteem.

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Find a psychological therapies service in your area. Non-urgent advice: See a GP if:.

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Urgent advice: Call or ask for an urgent GP appointment if:. Information: Loneliness can affect people at any age, but older people are especially vulnerable to social isolation. Find out more about: loneliness in older people how to help lonely older people in your community.

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